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Sonic the Hedgehog movie review: A visual delight you'll fast forget

por Jill Kidman (2020-05-02)

\ubb34\ube44\uc778\ud22c \uac80\uc0c9 \uc601\ud654\ub2e4\uc6b4\ub85c\ub4dc \ub3d9\uc601\uc0c1\ub2e4\uc6b4 \ub4dc\ub77c\ub9c8\ub2e4\uc6b4 \uc608\ub2a5\ub2e4\uc2dc"article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Sonic the Hedgehog is a charmer, even if the script doesn't quite match up to Ben Schwartz's excellent performance.

Paramount Pictures It's been 29 years since Sonic the Hedgehog sprinted into our lives in his first Sega Genesis adventure, dazzling gamers with his blistering speed and colorful video game world. Turns out those are the best parts of his live-action cinematic debut too.

True to its hero's speedy ways, director Jeff Fowler's movie, in theaters now, blasts through Sonic's origin very quickly indeed. The anthropomorphic blue hedgehog (played with charming breathlessness by Ben Schwartz) flees his home world and comes to Earth because nameless bad guys are hunting him for ?? ?? his powers. He lives in hiding near Green Hills, Montana, but gets lonely as the years pass.

Being Dr. Robotnik's goon ain't easy, but Agent Stone offers a nice contrast to his boss.

Paramount Pictures After a goof brings Sonic to the government's attention, he seeks help from local cop Tom Wachowski (James Marsden) as he's hunted by Dr. Robotnik. Jim Carrey plays the villainous scientist, using the comic physicality that made him famous in the '90s to turn Sonic's nemesis into an evil version of Ace Ventura. His manic routine consistently entertains, and he's wisely paired with straight man Agent Stone (Lee Majdoub) in most of his scenes. 

That energy doesn't carry through to the rest of the movie, however, where a shallow script lets it down. Many of the jokes fall flat as screenwriters Josh Miller and Patrick Casey lean a little too heavily on pop culture references that'll date quickly -- it lacks the hints of darkness that gave last year's Pokemon: Detective Pikachu a broader appeal.