Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022)

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Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022)

Action | Adventure | Family | Comedy
7.737 / 10
Release Date
30 March 2022
2 : 2 minutes
Spoken Language
After settling in Green Hills, Sonic is eager to prove he has what it takes to be a true hero. His test comes when Dr. Robotnik returns, this time with a new partner, Knuckles, in search for an emerald that has the power to destroy civilizations. Sonic teams up with his own sidekick, Tails, and together they embark on a globe-trotting journey to find the emerald before it falls into the wrong hands.

Cast Overview :

Tom Wachowski
by: James Marsden
Sonic the Hedgehog (voice)
by: Ben Schwartz
Maddie Wachowski
by: Tika Sumpter
by: Natasha Rothwell
Wade Whipple
by: Adam Pally
by: Shemar Moore
Miles 'Tails' Prower (voice)
by: Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Agent Stone
by: Lee Majdoub
Knuckles the Echidna (voice)
by: Idris Elba
Dr. Ivo Robotnik
by: Jim Carrey
by: Melody Nosipho Niemann
Commander Walters
by: Tom Butler
by: Brad Kalilimoku
by: Krista Alvarez
Longclaw (voice)
by: Donna Jay Fulks
Armored Truck Security Guard
by: Scott Patey
Bank Robber
by: Leif Havdale
Bank Robber
by: Johnson Phan
Bank Robber
by: Colby Chartrand
Bank Robber
by: Kevin Fortin
Armored Truck Driver
by: Jeff Sanca
Elderly Woman
by: Sook Hexamer
by: Maria Ameerali
by: Kyle Riefsnyder
Ice Cream Child
by: Parker Rowell-Laferriere
by: Tammy Nera
Police Driver
by: Gerald Paetz
Police Driver
by: Corry Glass
Police Driver
by: David Jacox
Police Driver
by: Mike Mitchell
Police Driver
by: Heath Stevenson
Police Driver
by: Doug Chapman
by: Rhys Williams
by: Nilo Ghajar
by: Don Lew
by: Elizabeth Bowen
Russian Giant Bully
by: Vladimir Ruzich
Russian Dancer
by: Shay Kuebler
Russian Dancer
by: Keiran Bohay
Russian Dancer
by: Kevin Mylrea
Russian Dancer
by: Jared Khalifa
Russian Dancer
by: Aiden Cass
Russian Dancer
by: Andrew Kyrzyk
Russian Dancer
by: Stanislav Galimkhanov
Tavern Menacing Card Player
by: Shaun Magee
Tavern Menacing Card Player
by: Alex Bogomolov
Tavern Menacing Card Player
by: Shawn Stewart
Tavern Tattooed Knuckle Cracker
by: Barry Nerling
Tavern Fish Butcher
by: Simon Chin
Tavern Bartender
by: Vladimir Raiman
Tavern Knitting Woman
by: Yvetta Fisher
by: Adrian Hein
by: Jess Lundgren
by: Steven Chang
by: Ted Barba
Randall's Brother
by: Brennan Dyson
by: Saida Dyson
by: Katie Wright Pere
by: Ha'a Keaulana
Rachel's Father
by: Quinn Early
Rachel's Mother
by: Cheryl Lewis
Rachel's Aunt
by: Angela Meryl
Rachel's Cousin
by: Ashlei Tave
Randall's Family
by: Mariah Dyson
Randall's Family
by: Tavita Woodard
G.U.N. Soldier
by: Ernie Jackson
G.U.N. Soldier
by: Rob 'Sluggo' Boyce
G.U.N. Soldier
by: Robert Zen Humpage
G.U.N. Soldier
by: Fraser Corbett
G.U.N. Soldier
by: Marcus Aurelio
G.U.N. Agent
by: Jason Triplett
G.U.N. Agent
by: Eli Olson
G.U.N. Agent
by: Mike Rufino
G.U.N. Agent
by: Nito Larioza
G.U.N. Agent
by: Chad Keaulana
G.U.N Mean Bean Agent
by: Sarah Surh
Mean Bean Trucker
by: Paul Lazenby

Member Reviews :

Never saw the first one, nor played any of the games - but I still quite enjoyed this animated adventure. "Sonic" is determined to use his powers to be a crime fighting hero, but frequently causes more havoc than the criminals! When the dastardly "Robotnik" manages to escape from his prison in a galaxy far, far, way and returns with the echidna from hell ("Knuckles") though, our blue pal finds himself and his family in considerable peril. Luckily, help is on hand from the twin-tailed "Tails" and battle lines are drawn Who can find the giant emerald first? The story is pretty derivative - bits of "Indiana Jones"; "National Treasure" and even "Guardians of the Galaxy" all seem to have influenced the story, which I have to say is a little predictably thin. That said, it is well placed with plenty in the script for the grown ups amongst the audience. "Sonic" makes for quite a likeable rodent and Jim Carrey"s engagingly hammy, moustachioed, megalomanic works well. The star? Well that's Natasha Rothwell's no-nonsense, would-be bride "Rachel" (a part of the storyline that doesn't work so well, but she is definitely not to be messed with). The visual effects are impressive and though maybe fifteen minutes too long, I still found it very much better than I had expected.
FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ "Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is a vastly superior sequel to the first adaptation. Jeff Fowler works with his screenwriting team to fix some of the issues with the original flick, successfully managing to create a much less corporate work, more focused on Sonic and, this time, also Tails and Knuckles, in addition to putting humans aside in a subplot that, even so, still bothered more than it should. Taking advantage of phenomenal voice acting from the cast, as well as an already iconic performance by Jim Carrey as Dr. Robotnik, entertainment levels soar tremendously as the action-adventure sequences amaze viewers with praiseworthy animation and visual effects, as well as an engaging main narrative that expands on the origin of the hedgehogs while simultaneously developing the same characters. Fun for kids and adults alike." Rating: B
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 embraces the nostalgia of Sega Genesis and the essence of the 90s with a film that is fun for absolutely everyone of all ages. Audiences will adore the new characters, the action is a memorable throwback to what we loved about the games the films are based on, and the special effects are top notch. Even with its flaws, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is the best video game adaptation ever. Full review:
  Chris Sawin