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Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2
Sonic X The Final Chapter - Part 2 poster
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Dana McFarland
Produced by Dana McFarland
Ted Lewis
Written by Ted Lewis
Starring Roger Craig Smith
Kate Higgins
Travis Willingham
Cindy Robinson
Kirk Thornton
Karen Strassman
Ben Linkin
Mike Pollock
Miranda Cosgrove
Jaleel White
Music by Dana McFarland
Cinematography Norman J. Grossfield
Editing by Norman J. Grossfield
Production company Sega
Sonic Team
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates July 18, 2014
Running time 92 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $125 million
Box office $1.414 billion

Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 is a 2014 American animated film directed by Dana McFareland and distributed by 20th Century Fox, Sega and Sonic Team. The second half of the film is the eighth and final installment in the Sonic X film series, and is a sequel to Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 1. Part 2 was released on July 18, 2014, in 3D, IMAX 3D and 2D theaters worldwide. It is the third Sonic X film, after 2011's Sonic X: The Final Stand and 2012's Sonic X: Life With Shadow, to be released in 3D.

After it's release date, The Final Chapter - Part 2 sets numberous records at the box office through it's first weekend of release including biggest midnight gross for an animated film, highest single day gross for an animated film, as well as on opening weekend, internationally and worldwide. With $475 million worldwide, which made it the second biggest worldwide opening ever behind only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 ($483 million). The film's studio Fox were shocked about the film's box office success calling the film as the world's "most anticipated animated film since Frozen".

With a total of nearly $1.4 billion worldwide, it is 2014's highest-grossing film ever as well as the franchise's most successful film yet and is ultimately rounds the top ten for highest-grossing film of all-time worldwide. It is also the third animated film in history, first being Toy Story 3 in 2010 and second being Frozen in 2014, to pass the $1 billion mark, thus it did became the highest-grossing animated film worldwide of all-time beating Frozen. In the US it made over $450 million alone, which rounds the top ten for highest-grossing films of all-time and has defeated Shrek 2 to become the highest-grossing film in the US for an animated film of all-time after topping the charts for 10 years, which is later broken in 2016 by Finding Dory. It was released on home media on November 14, 2014.

Plot

Sonic, Tails and Knuckles continues their journey to find the missing piece of the Master Emerald as they all face into the final showdown against the villains they face in the past. As the boys and Classic Tails search for the next piece at the beach they discover that Cream is now missing only witnessing she is kidnapped by the villains as they found a piece of a master emerald. Cream gets imprisoned alongside Amy, Shadow, Rouge and Sonic's other friends. Meanwhile, Classic Sonic appears and frees them.

Later Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Classic Tails heads to the city where they got the final piece of the master emerald. However the villains appears and takes the powers away from it. Meanwhile the enre villains Sonic faced in the past all appear transforming into human forms not only begins attack the city but also the entire world as Sonic and the gang lead into a final battle. The villains took away the powers from all of chaos emeralds and unable to defeat them.

The villains won the battle as the heroes all lost and leave the city unable to stop them but all are imprisoned before leaving and takes all of every single powers away from them. However Sonic is left behind with them and choose to sacrifice himself for losing. In prison the heroes discover Cosmo's spirits from heaven telling them they will never know if they will truly stop saying the world and let the villains rule the world forever.

Meanwhile, Metal Sonic shows Sonic's dead body in front of his friends and team but turns out that spirit Cosmo has given him the power to come back to life and also gave supertransformation to everyone as they escape from prison and lead into the final fight with the villains, which leads into a final fight between Sonic and Metal Sonic which reveals Metal Sonic brings the villains to life in order to kill Sonic. Sonic uses him powerful power to defeat Metal Sonic once and for all by shreading him into pieces.

In the end all of the villains including Metal Sonic are killed and the heroes officially saved the world. Sonic destroys the chaos emeralds hoping that no one can use them anymore which devastates Dr. Eggman.

Years later, Sonic throws a party for his friends Tails, Knuckles, Amy and Cream. In the end, Sonic passionly kisses Amy and takes her on a run for their romantic date as no villains is no where to be seen.

Cast

  • Roger Craig Smith as Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Kate Higgins as Miles Prower / Classic Tails
  • Jaleel White as Classic Sonic
  • Travis Willingham as Knuckles the Echidna
  • Cindy Robinson as Amy Rose
  • Michelle Ruff as Cream the Rabbit
  • Oliver Wyman as Big the Cat
  • Michael Yurchak as Jet the Hawk
  • Kate Higgins as Wave the Swallow
  • Kent Hampton as Storm the Albatross
  • Kirk Thornton as Shadow the Hedgehog
  • Karen Strassman as Rouge the Bat
  • Vic Mignogna as E123 Omega
  • Troy Baker as Espio the Champlin
  • Keith Silverstein as Victor the Crocodille
  • Amy Palant as Cosmo
  • Colleen O'Shaughnessey as Charmy Bee
  • Taylor Lautner as Greg the Fox
  • Ben Linkin as Lydio the Hedgehog
  • Ryan Drummond as Raven Radix / Shadow Snow
  • Derek Allen as Silver the Hedgehog
  • Mike Pollock as Dr. Eggman / Classic Eggman
  • Laura Bailey as Blaze the Cat
  • Miranda Cosgrove as Jessica the Fox
  • Cody Simpson as Duncan the Fox
  • Joe Jonas as Muscles the Echidna
  • Rebecca Black as Brooke the Cat
  • Jon St. John as the President
  • Lacey Chabert as Princess Elise
  • Lisa Ortiz as Maria Robotnik / Sally Acorn

Production

Development

See also: Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 1

On May 2013, Fox announces that they will produce yet another Sonic the Hedgehog animated feature film, and at this time, expected it to be the last one, due by 2013. The release date is reported for November 15, 2013. The film will be titled: Sonic X: The Final Chapter. Director Dana McFarland will once again return as director. Fox and Sega both announces that the film will be split into two films as planned. Part 2 was released on July 18, 2014.

In the film, all of the villains that Sonic faced in the past, has come back and they all take over the world. They have taken the power of the Master Emerald, and splits them up and seperates them. Sonic realizes that he will be following Knuckles' steps to go for a hunt to find the missing pieces. So Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy came along to along.

Sonic X: The Final Chapter will feature all of the characters in the past including villains from all of the Sonic X film series to return for the final film because Fox wants the film to be big and much action-packed than all of the films.

Casting

All of the characters from the previous Sonic X film will reprise their roles, as well as the villains from the previous films will return. Fox decides to add characters from Sonic Generations. Since Classic Sonic does not speak, but Class Tails or Class Eggman does, they will have a speaking part for Classic Sonic. Jaleel White will play the role.

Release

The Original Sonic Team

The promotion for Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2.

Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 was released on July 18, 2014, about eight months after the release of Part 1. It was released in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D, making it the third Sonic X film, after The Final Stand (2011) and Life With Shadow to do so, within it's predecessor Part 1 is not released in 3D.

The film's first trailer was released in front of Rio 2 on April 11, 2014. The film's official poster was released on May 7, 2014. Tickets for the film went on sale starting June 13, 2014, a month before the film's theatrical release.

The film's final trailer was released in front of How to Train Your Dragon 2 on June 13, 2014. With the PG rating confirmed, it will be the shortest running Sonic X film to date, running just 92 minutes, since the first film (2007), which ran 93 minutes. It is approximately 38 minutes shorter than "Part 1", which ran 130 minutes, the franchise's longest run timer.

The film will be so far 2014's widest release so far expecting to debut at 4,355 theaters including 355 IMAX theaters and over 3,000 3D theaters nationwide starting on July 18, 2014. It is the second widest release ever for an animated film short behind only Shrek Forever After (4,359 theaters).

Home media

Sonic X: The Final Chapter Part 2 was released on both one disc and two disc editions including the Blu Ray DVD in North America on November 14, 2014, and on December 8, 2014 in the United Kingdom.

Reaction

Box office

The film grossed $1,414,250,050 worldwide which came from $457,250,050 in North America and $957,000,000 internationally. Worldwide, it the highest-grossing animated film of all-time, the highest-grossing film of 2014, the highest-grossing Sonic X film, the 8th highest-grossing film of all-time and the highest-grossing video game adaption of all-time. The film opened to $454,019,115 worldwide during it's opening weekend, which made it the second biggest worldwide opening in history behind only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 ($483 million), which is later broken by Jurassic World ($524 million), and Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 ($455.1 million).

Despite a massive box office success for the film, 20th Century Fox were amazed about the film's box office success calling the film as the world's "most anticipated animated film since Frozen". The state that the film may beat up Shrek 2 ($441 million) as the highest-grossing animated film ever in the US, and Frozen ($1.267 billion) as the highest-grossing animated film worldwide.

17 days after it's release, the film crossed the $1 billion mark making it the third animated film to cross that mark and set a record as one of the fastest films that cross that milestone after Toy Story 3 and Frozen, as well as the first non-Disney film to do so, and the first animated film in history to gross more than $1.4 billion.

North America

Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 is 2014's highest-grossing film domestically as well as the franchise's highest-grosser to date, the 10th highest-grossing film domestically of all-time, and also the highest-grossing film based on a video game of all-time. It is also the only 2014 film and in its franchise to gross over $400 million domestically. The film previously beat Shrek 2 ($441 million) to become the highest-grossing animated film of all-time, and also finally the 3rd highest-grossing 3D film ever behind only Avatar and The Avengers, but the highest-grossing 3D animated film, beating Toy Story 3. The record was later broken in 2016 to Finding Dory which made more than $460 million.

It earned a stunning $29.5 million during it's Thursday night showing making it the biggest Thursday performace of 2014 and a new record for both franchise and for an animated film both beating it's predecessor Part 1, and ultimately round the top ten for biggest midnight grosses for a motion picture with the record currently held by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 ($43.5 million). The film earned $65.8 million during it's opening day setting a new record for highest opening day for an animated film and for the franchise both beating Part 1 ($58 million).

During it's opening weekend the film established $157 million which made it not only 2014's best opening weekend yet but was also the biggest opening weekend ever for an animated film. It also had the fifth biggest opening weekend for a film in history and was July's fifth highest-grossing opening weekend for a film released that month behind only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 ($169.1 million), Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 ($165.1 million), The Dark Knight Rises ($160.9 million), and The Dark Knight ($158.4 million).

The film topped the weekend box officer for two weeks in a role after earning $72.3 million after suffering just a 52% drop from last week, leading it's total to $285 million in ten days, making it the second highest-grossing second weekend gross of all-time at the time behind The Avengers ($103.1 million).

In 32 days, it beat Shrek 2 to become the highest-grossing animated film of all-time in the US, which held the record for 10 years since 2004.

Foreign

The Final Chapter - Part 2 has the highest-grossing film internationally of 2014. It established $310 million during its opening weekend which made it the second biggest foreign opening for a film behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. It also set a new record as biggest opening for an animated film beating Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 1.

Critical response

Roger Craig Smith

Roger Craig Smith, voice of Sonic the Hedgehog, at the world premiere of the film.

Before the film was released, Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 was ranked as one of 2014's most anticipated films alongside The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Transformers: Age of Extinction and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Rotten Tomatoes score the film a positive 97% making it one of the year's best reviewed film as well as the franchise's best reviewed film yet. Metacritics gave an average score of 80/100 based on 47 views, giving it a positive review. The film also had mixed reviews on the "Top Critic" scoring 95% based on 200 reviews, with average score of 5.8 out of 10, also the franchise's best reviewed film in the Sonic the Hedgehog film franchise.

Before it's release, many Sonic the Hedgehog fans claims that this is by far the best Sonic the Hedgehog film yet, as well as one of the best films of the year, alongside Iron Man 3, Man of Steel and Thor: Dark of the World and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Also critics for the film gave it mixed to positive reviews, calling it the most action packed Sonic the Hedgehog film yet. Dustin Harris of The New York Times gave the film a positive review praising it one of the most anticipated hangciffer films ever made. Some critics also compare this film to film franchises such as Harry Potter, Jane Hoop Elementary and Twilight as "a rip-off" in a negative way.

Variety gave the film a postive review, stating it "The best one yet, and a bad ass one." It also stated: "Sonic's voice sounded too different than the original from the last ones, and this film should have done way better than usual." The Times newspaper rated the film on a scale of a 3 out of 5. Entertainment Weekly Amanda Humphrey gave the film a C and also praised: "for what's something about drama, is something that audiences were expected to listen and watch to hear the whole thing for it. The movie is far as the best movie of 2011." Blogcritics praised: "Sonic X 5 is way better than the last movie. I mean... its' one of the best movie ever. Because, this has much of a darker experience and there a more action, and bit of a couple of romance. This is indeed the best animated movie ever saw. People were expected to see some kissing on big screen between Sonic and Amy, Tails and Cosmo, Knuckles and Rouge, Shadow and Rouge and Jet and Wave and a lot more coming. Kissing scenes might be the best one yet. That's why that it should be the best movie ever." '

Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers praised the film: "This movie is like taking you on an adventure. This is far as the best Sonic X movie of them all." Richard Stengel of Time magazine praised: "This is far as the best movie of 2010. Anyone has to watch this movie. Romance, actions, drama and sometimes comedy and more are being showing. I think that this might be a blockbuster hit for the summer." David Halberstam of New York magazine reviews the film when praising: "When it comes on watching so many animated movies of the franchise. Video game fans were seeming to enjoy them and asking Hollywood that they want to see more and more."

Awards

Year Award Category Result Recipient
2011 National Movie Awards Must See Movie of the Summer Won
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Nominated
Choice Summer Movie: Male Nominated
Choice Summer Movie: Female Nominated
2011 Scream Awards The Ultimate Scream Nominated
Best Supporting Actor Won
Best Supporting Actress Won
Breakout performance - Male Won
Breakout performance - Female Won
Best Ensemble Won
Best Villain Won
Fight Scene of the Year Won
Holy Sh!t Scene of the Year Nominated
Best F/X Nominated
Best 3D Movie Nominated
Best Director Won
Best Scream-Play Nominated
Best Superhero Won
2012 38th People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated
Favorite Movie Superhero Won
Favorite Book Adaptation Nominated
Favorite Ensemble Movie Cast Nominated
Favorite Action Movie Nominated
Favorite Movie Actor Won
Favorite Movie Actress Won
Grammy Awards Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Nominated
84th Academy Awards Best Visual Effects Nominated N/A
Best Makeup Nominated
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Nominated
Favorite Movie Actor Nominated
Favorite Butt-Kicker Won
2012 MTV Movie Awards Best Male Performance Nominated
Best Female Performance Nominated
Best Movie Won
Best Fight Nominated
Best Hero Nominated
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Villain Won
Chemistry Won
Hissy Fit Nominated
Liplock Nominated
Male Hottie Nominated
Female Hottie Nominated
Breakout Nominated

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External links

  • Sonic X: The Final Chapter - Part 2 at Internet Movie Database