Paramount and Sega are quite brave in taking big risks for this film especially after we know the film is experiencing a delay because the Sonic character model is too realistic. Paramount Pictures changed the shape of the previously horrifying Sonic character to resemble the original character in video games and fans were very happy about it.
Ben Schwartz was successful in filling Sonic’s voice which was similar to the original character from Sonic himself and James Marsden who played Tom Wachowski, a policeman, as well as Sonic’s side-kick, was also quite good during the film.
The villain, Dr. Robotnik, played by Jim Carrey, has a very memorable act and he deserves to be included in the list of iconic villains. Then, there are several other actors who had their respective moments that were quite memorable throughout the film.
Broadly speaking, this is the origin story of Sonic with a storyline style of the Deadpool with the PG-13 rating that is presented nicely. The message of friendship conveyed by the film is easy to understand, the selection of jokes in the film is also still acceptable, elements of the original video games (such as the use of rings, stages in games) are included also according to the film’s needs, and a number of easter eggs appear from pop cultures during the heyday of the Sega Genesis console to add nostalgia. If you want to feel such a nostalgia soon, we suggest you watch this movie on https://deadline.com/2019/10/vince-vaughn-netflix-action-adventure-comedy-film-anders-holm-1202765019/.