Sonic: the movie 2 is the latest installment in Sonic’s adventures and a huge step forward for the series.
Sonic and company are now going to be fighting more than just a bunch of monsters.
Sonic will be fighting a bunch more of enemies, and it’s a new look at Sonic’s iconic look and voice.
It’s a welcome change to a series that’s been plagued with bad acting and inconsistent performances throughout the franchise.
Sonic’s been the focus of plenty of negative attention over the years, but Sonic is still the franchise’s star.
He’s a character that is always there to give you an epic battle, and his journey to save the universe is one that continues to captivate fans.
I enjoyed watching this movie and it definitely has a lot of things going for it, but it does have a few problems as well.
First and foremost, there are a few technical issues that keep the movie from being able to fully utilize the 3D graphics.
Sonic has to use a pair of goggles that look like these to see what’s going on in the environment.
The goggles have a large “X” in them, and Sonic can only see through them to about 50 feet.
It would have been better if they could have just shown Sonic and Amy on their own to see the environment, or to show a couple more characters.
In addition, the 3-D effects are very low-res.
The effects are not very clear at first, but once you look closely, they begin to blend in with the backgrounds, making the effects appear blurry and not realistic.
I didn’t have much luck finding the best camera angle, but there were some places where the effect looked like it was blurred.
The other technical problem with this movie is that Sonic’s glasses look a little blurry when he’s wearing them, especially when he wears the goggles.
This is especially noticeable in the beginning of the movie, when Sonic is wearing a pair.
The glasses have the same effect when he uses them.
This can cause a few headaches if you’re trying to watch the movie in a hurry, especially with some of the other technical issues.
Sonic can use the goggles, but not without the glasses falling off.
If he’s using them without the goggles on, the glasses will still be falling off after a while, but he won’t get them off.
This issue can be a bit frustrating, but I wouldn’t say it detracts from the experience.
If you want to see a different look at how the movie was shot, check out this comparison of the final cut of the film with the cut that was shown at E3 2015.
This was an early cut of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, which is not a particularly good picture for a movie that was being made.
But this is what we saw at the time.
This shot is much closer to the final version of the flick than what was shown in the movie.
This movie has been criticized for the fact that it looks like a bad remake of the first film, and that it tries to imitate the look and feel of the original Sonic the hedgehog.
It looks more like a mashup than a new take on the franchise, and the new version of Sonic looks to be much less exciting.
I’m not sure how much of this is to do with the CGI effects and how much is to did with the production design and pacing of the new film.
However, this film was a very expensive, labor intensive movie to make, and I think it’s fair to say that Sonic The Movie 3 may be one of the best things to happen to the franchise in years.