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When the manic Dr Robotnik returns to Earth with a new ally, Knuckles the Echidna, Sonic and his new


friend Tails is all that stands in their way.





Just got back from taking my daughter to see it, and was worried I'd be won over with nostalgia and she'd


wonder what on earth I'd taken her to see, as the mainline reviews weren't so hot. However, we both loved


it - it's a similar approach to the first, with dorky jokes, fan service, and clearly not taking itself


too seriously. The integration of the original characters and incorporation of their stories is great,


the humans gel well with them, and it was all around a fun and easy two hours.




I'm so pleased to have been wrong with my fears for this, and would recommend it for anyone who enjoyed


the first (and am absolutely rooting for a third!)




As a quick history, my experience with the first film didn't start off strong with the first trailer


showing a hideous character design, combined with the fact that I didn't get a vibe that anybody was


particularly asking for the movie. However, after the character redesign and people leaving good


impressions after having seen it, I rented it from Redbox and too was pleased with the result. It wasn't


mindblowing, but it was light and charming, and most of all scaled back for people who don't need to have


played the game to enjoy it. I found that there is a bind that must be made with video game movies to be


able to engage audiences without having to just be for gamers. Even when someone like Robotnik is on


screen, the attraction comes more from Jim Carrey than it does the character whom we've battled against


over the years and his gadgetry. That doesn't make a movie like this "in name only," but it knows how to


tell a decent story with decent characters from a cinematic perspective. Tomb Raider also recently did


this very well, and too many other movies adapted from video games fail with this.




Does the sequel hold the right cards as well? For the most part, yes. However, as the movie progresses,


it absolutely begins to cater more toward the video game crowd. I guess if the first film brings you into


the world and the second film starts you off with familiar territory, they can say: "Okay, did we reel


you gently? Now see what the gamers were pining for!" It was a smooth evolution into this though so I


suppose you can stay on board, but it started to open my eyes to a few things. The first one is that I


didn't realize how much of the lore that others know and I don't. My experience with these games were the


side scrollers on SEGA Genesis, plus Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine and Sonic Spinball. That's it. I


didn't play the 3D platformers or even do speed runs. I haven't played Sonic games where he spoke, and


never even knew of his affinity for chili dogs.




So once again, the question that I ask myself when watching this movie remains: "Could I enjoy this movie


even if I am not heavily tapped into the video game franchise?" That gets a little trickier, because it


depends on your age bracket. It really plays into its PG nature, so you either need to be younger in


reality or at heart, have a youngin for yourself, or grab hold of something nostalgic such as the games


of a previous lifetime. The movie begins in a very entertaining way that kept me smiling and chuckling,


especially because of how much it played off its predecessor and brought me back into that same world


with those same characters. But eventually we get introduced to Tails, Knuckles, and a fully-fledged Dr.


Robotnik, and although the tone stays the same the orientation really does teeter toward the gamers. For


example, if I didn't love Tails in the games I would say that he was just aight in this film-cute but not


also not playing the most prominent of parts. Knuckles had a good share of time in this movie though and


also had a character arc that worked for me, although predictable and heavily foreshadowed. He was hard


to buy into with the Idris Elba casting choice to begin with, but with his fish-out-of-water experiences


the more that I likened him to Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy the more that I enjoyed the role he


served. I don't know how much I care for a Knuckles spin-off Netflix show, but whatever. If I wear my


non-gamer hat I don't know if Dr. Robotnik worked for me as much here (outside of his introduction


scene), though with Carrey possibly stepping away from acting I'll applaud everything he brought into


these last two films and say that he left an imposing mark on whoever has to follow him and his


character.




Never minding the video game elements, there were a few things that didn't work here and they mostly are


regarding the PG-isms. With Robotnik hamming it up more you kind of have to appreciate Jim Carrey or the


video game to make this one work even a smidge, and since I can tolerate both it was okay but definitely


worked better the first time around for me. Officer Wade is back, and every line of his has cringeworthy


delivery and is a waste of runtime. I think I laughed at one of them after they cut away for a few


seconds to process how ridiculous his inclusion is, but that's about it. Agent Stone also makes a return


with similar results to that of Wade. Maddie's sister Rachel is back and has an okay moment or two, but


isn't nearly as funny as last time. She has a B-story part to play that I suppose was resolved but also


almost seems to forget to be visited again by the end. There is also a scene here with a lot of human


interaction that is a far cry from the bar scene in the first film but you can tell they tried to


recapture that. And although I never got emotional in the last movie, there was an emotional arc that


lingered with Sonic the entire time I happened to enjoy; they seemed to go back to the well with it again


here in a forced kind of way, and it was hit-and-miss, leaving some of the emotion even drier than


before. The character is still great, but I'm here for more than the video game Easter eggs to get me


going.




This was mostly a pretty impressive visual movie, by the way. The opening shot was really creative and


showed that they just threw more money at the effects and CGI this time around. Sonic himself looks much


better, too. In the first movie he just looked like he was built from a computer. It's not like he looks


like a realistic creature this time or anything, but he has a three-dimensional fabrication that has this


tangible believability to it, like if James Marsden is talking to him you can forget for a second that he


maybe isn't talking to a tennis ball. It's the way that the lighting and the fur work, etc. When he's on


screen with Tails and Knuckles it does come off a little more animation-like, but there are scenes with


Sonic next to Tom's dog and your brain integrates him in the same environment very seamlessly. I was


happy with what they delivered there, because again if you go back and watch the first trailer of the


2020 flick that entire design and rendering/composition that was happening can immediately be a turnoff


for those on the fence about this kind of movie.




I think this one is actually going to be very successful in theaters. Kiddos will eat this up one way or


the other, whether they are actually in demand for it because of the games or whether it is a movie for


their age group. There is that other animation film The Flash Season 8 Episode 14 coming


out so I don't know which one they'll go to see first, but this one has a well-known IP behind it and a


proven first film that gives this one the edge in my opinion. There is room for yet another sequel to be


made, and you can bet that I will go see that when it comes out. If you like the first movie and like the


video game series, it will be a no-brainer to check this movie out.




As someone who spent his childhood playing Sonic videogames, I really enjoyed all references to the


original games. At the same time I turn my head and see my 5-year-old girl holding her plush Sonic doll


with big smile on her face as the action unfolds. I am not giving this movie a 10 because I felt the


wedding part was dull and could've been cut from the movie. The whole government capturing Sonic and


Tails part followed by the rescue operation was completely irrelevant for the plot. That being said,


everything else was delightful and Jim Carrey steals the show as Eggman. Shout out to Idris Elba who did


a great job voicing Knuckles. Looking forward to the sequel!




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Zendaya as MJ: Parker's classmate and girlfriend



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J. B. Smoove as Julius Dell



Benedict Wong as Wong



Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon / Electro



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Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn / Green Goblin



Thomas Haden Church as Flint Marko / Sandman



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