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  1. #1
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    Apr 2019
    Texas, USA

    Default Is there any saving the live-action Sonic movie?

    Now that the movie trailer has been released and audiences worldwide were suitably horrified by Sonic's character design, do you think there is any saving the movie? I heard that the director or producer has promised to do a complete rework of Sonic's look throughout the film, which is a good start, but it's definitely a rocky beginning.

    So, I'd like to ask the forum:
    * Do you think there's any saving this movie at this point? If they get Sonic looking like Sonic, how far will that go toward fixing things?
    * What are the most important things to get "right" in a Sonic movie to make it enjoyable and true to character?

    And as a bonus question:
    * If you were able to request a feature-length movie (live-action or animated) based on the plot of *any* actual Sonic game, which one would you want and why?

  2. #2
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    Aug 2010
    Land of Down Under


    I know this is like a year late or whatever. But hey why not.

    I think the Sonic movie turned out quite great! It's done a fantastic job at capturing the hearts of both older and newer fans. I would have personally liked to see them do some things differently but with everything the movie's gone through, I would consider what we got as a win. Here's hoping for even better from the sequel! And joy, it's already in the making.

    My current predictions are Tails and Metal-Sonic for Movie 2 and Knuckles for Movie 3. I don't think Amy fits in this universe and Shadow is probably many movies away.

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