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Sonic is a blue hedgehog, a video game character. He is brave, helps his friends, and moves very fast. He has become the mascot of the game brand Sega.
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One of the surprises of the year of the significant lock-in was “Sonic the Hedgehog”. The long-awaited live-action movie finally arrived for countless children and fans of the most famous porcupine spine.
It took a long time to come out because of the initial reactions to Sonic’s style, which completely redesigned the film’s main character’s look.
To the surprise of many, the new look was not only a success, but the film managed to captivate the attention of many as an adaptation that could be slightly improved.
This caused Paramount Pictures to immediately greenlight a sequel, which it released last year under the very clever title of “Sonic the Hedgehog 2.”
Part of what ensured the success of its predecessor was how the creators adapted the figure of Sonic to an entirely Gen Z universe, both in vocabulary and in the day-to-day life of a family-friendly comedy.
The sequel also took advantage of this element to provide entertainment in the face of the lightness of the story it brought us.
Jim Carrey returns to his villain, but this time it feels unique for being recycled. The film takes a lot from the countless sequels we get today in the action/superhero genre.
Still, unlike the sequels that do transcend, it allowed itself to keep the protagonist in a completely flat state of flux until perhaps every Sonic fan’s dream last 15 minutes of a film that, surprisingly, runs for over two hours.
Among its successful elements is the addition of new animated characters, creating a visible light between the animation of its main characters and the live-action of the supporting characters.
In the first movie, seeing Sonic versus real people still felt a little strange. Here, more animation opened space for more eccentric visual elements, such as his fights with Knuckles and interactions with Tails.
It is improbable that Paramount will decide to keep this universe in just two movies, so we have to prepare ourselves for a cinematic universe (a term that was fashionable but, over the years, is just fading away).
The sequel tries to fill the shoes that the first one left, falling slightly short but not by much. I understand that these movies are still the best that can be done with the original material of the character and the expectations of an audience over-saturated with action and adaptations.