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Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie

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Sonic the Hedgehog: The Live Action Movie.

Sedrich, a procrastinating yet kindhearted and spiky haired cubicle monkey working under the not-that-short of tyrannical rule of the Director of Technology, Nick Robaut. However, a science experiment sends them to a mysterious dimension that changes their appearance and their abilities, and together they take on a dystopian civilization of dinosaurs! Wait...no, that was Super Mario Brothers.

Coming in 2018.

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Nah I hate it

Oh, I get it. At first, I thought this was a reference to the 1996 anime movie. It didn't take hard for me to realize that it was a parody of how many awful video game movies there are. Seriously, the most acclaimed was "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" and that bombed! They ARE in fact making another Sonic movie. I'm fairly certain it will be animated.

Sedrich's hair should be more blue! I don't know if that other Sonic movie is coming in 2018. I've seen other parodies of live-action Sonic movies. They're also just posters, but boy are they funny! Writers will do anything nowadays.

i loled a bunch.

funny as hell, that robotnik!!

*Clap*

I love how you referenced Robotnik. Obviously, you played the old sonic games.

Dr. Eggman

is very disappoint in you Sonic.

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Chickenlump
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