Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022) 1080p

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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
122 min
IMDB Rating:
6.9 / 10 
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Directors: Jeff Fowler [Director] ,

Movie Description:
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. Sonic is back with a boom, this is by far the most entertaining of all video game adaptions in history. It was great to see Jim Carrey reprise his role of Dr Robotnik, he plays the role so well the first time and this time he does it even better. There were so many moments within this piece of cinema that hit me with memories from the video games, I think the director done a fantastic job and he definitely had some Sonic Adventure knowledge. A great family film for all the kids to love and those like me who grew up playing Sonic on the dreamcast/Nintendo, these past couple of years have activated alot of nostalgia among the art of film. Highly Recommend this incredible follow up to the Blue Justice himself. 10/10


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If only they hired a better Screenwriter

I'm sorry but was it an unannounced extended cut? Was I simply not aware of it? If not, then why the heck was this film so stretched? I can understand when a certain script demands an extra bit of time to build up the tale or to settle some essential things, for Sonic 2 though, I still don't get the urgency, what was the necessity? Really, what was it?

I mean sure you have two new characters in this sequel who need adequate introductions but what about the rest of the cast? The humour is obnoxiously loud, the performances (except for Jim Carrey) were awful and on top of all that you have this dubious CGI; which was supposed to be the film's main attraction, what a shame!

Now following the success of the first film, it is quite obvious that the creators had the green light from the studio to spend additional cash this time and guess what they did; however, to our utter dismay, it appears as if they have only utilised that extra bit of budget to demonstrate some cool action set pieces and nothing else!

Had they invested a small percentage of their budget into hiring a better Screenwriter; things could have been much different! Why? Cause the Screenplay was poorly paced. Not only it was tiresome but it also dragged the whole movie down with it.

The only good things that are worth remembering are Sonic and his newfound counterparts (Tails and Knuckles). Perhaps it's my nostalgia talking here but yeah I was having fun whenever these characters were in focus.

A bit of a disappointment.

The first Sonic the Hedgehog film was surprisingly fun...and so I was excited to go see this sequel. Sadly, however, I thought the sequel lacked much of the charm of the first and emphasized battles and special effects instead.

The film unites Sonic with Knuckles and Tails...his friends from the video game sequels to "Sonic the Hedgehog". Initially, however, the evil Dr. Robotnik convinces Knuckled to work with him...and only due to his huberis does it become apparent to the rather dim Knuckles that the Doctor ISN'T the nice guy he claims to be. This leads to an ultimate battle which takes up most of the final half of the movie...with Sonic, Knuckles and Tails taking on the crazed doctor.

To put it quite bluntly...this film isn't as fun nor as charming as the first. Instead, it's much more action-oriented. To make it worse, I loved Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik/Egghead in the first film...but here his clever reparte was lacking. Overall, watchable and not bad....but disappointing because it could have been so much better.

By the way, if you do plan on seeing this, try seeing it in'll lose much on the TV screen because there is just so much action.

Too many quips for little substance

I can only imagine how much Jim Carreys been paid to do this. So many bad lines and poor jokes.

The graphics are fun, the plot is actually bearable and engaging, but the end result is something only a 10 year old will enjoy (which isn't necessarily the target demographic, given the original Sonic game came out almost 40 years ago).

Sonic and Robotnik's lines are tired and unfunny, the whole marriage subplot is disappointing and unnecessary conflict.

The only good thing about this is the women fighting and the ending.
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