Now, I’m not one of these people who complains like a toddler about Hollywood “ruining their childhood” because if we are being honest, Sonic The Hedgehog died with the Sega Genesis and this isn’t up for debate. However, you could imagine my reaction to founding out that former comedian and current disease ridden socialist Jim Carrey, who spends his last days painting his anger towards the Trump Administration like the guy who looks in the mirror and asks himself “would you fuck him?” was the choice to lead a film targeted towards children.
The trailer to Sonic The Hedgehog shows that Paramount Pictures would have been better off taking the 90 million dollars they spent making this garbage and burned it to ash. Sonic looks like a furry from an early 2000s Charlie Sheen movie and Carrey trying to be funny reminds you that you quite literally need the brain of a 2nd grader to give him a chuckle. Instead of railing on against this film, even more, I’m just going to post some social media comments.
No thanks, you can keep it. I don't want it.
— Bigelow Reviews (@BigelowReviews) April 30, 2019
— Lucas Stephens (@Galbrant) April 30, 2019
Remember when Dr, Robotnik was just Ace Ventura with a black coat? Me neither. pic.twitter.com/xyKTWGi4AR
— Pete (@ThumperComet) April 30, 2019
— FilBillions (@FilBilYT) April 30, 2019
— КłКΛŁΞS (@kalesdj) April 30, 2019
this sums up my reaction to that trailer pic.twitter.com/vfa5YuPpVO
— Joe (@JoeXanity) April 30, 2019
Only one thing to do with this abomination. pic.twitter.com/UBEflibecV
— Lee Sargent (@lee_sargent) April 30, 2019
— Mogworld 🕊️ (@mogworld_) April 30, 2019
Yep…this will do well. Sonic The Hedgehog comes out in theaters November 8th. Watch it, if you hate yourself.