I had never heard of a Brony before, until I heard them being goofed on, by the Howard Stern Show. If you're not familiar, a Brony is a young adult male that worships My Little Pony. Kookie, I know and that is why I decided to watch a documentary about these pony loving freaks. There is a lot of strange fetishes out there, but this one take the cake. How odd is it, that a bunch of grown men, worship a cartoon created for little girls? To each his own, I guess.
The film takes an in depth look into the lives of some Bronies. It gives the back story as to how they becames Bronies, as well as the challenges of dealing with friends and family, after they come out of the proverbial closet. If that weren't enough, you even get a glimpse of every Bronie's dream - Brony-con. Brony-con, like comi-con or any convention, brings all of these folks together to celebrate My Little Pony for a day or so.
I decided to watch this for a goof, and then realized that is was for real. Pretty disturbing. It is amazing to me that this isn't just a U.S. thing, it is global. Folks from all over the world travel to these Brony-cons. The film was well done and tries to convince viewers that Bronies are people to, and this sort of behavior is natural. Yikes! I guess there are worse things these people could be up to.
Bottom Line: An in-depth look into the lives of Bronies. A well done documentary that keeps you interested from start to finish, even if it is a bit creepy.
-Ragman wonders if Jon is a closet Brony.