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Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic
Sonic X The Revenge of Sonic logo
Theatrical poster
Directed by Dana McFarland
Produced by Dana McFarland
Ted Lewis
Written by Michael Haigney
Ted Lewis
Starring Jason Griffith
Amy Palant
Dan Green
Lisa Ortiz
Mike Pollock
Caren Manuel
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 October 2, 2009
Running time 110 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $150 million
Box office $839.9 million

Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic is an 2009 American animated film directed by Dana McFarland and distributed by 20th Century Fox, Sega and Sonic Team. The film, which is the third installment of the Sonic X film series is a sequel to Sonic X: The Shadow Snow and is followed by Sonic X: Return to Soleanna. The movies features Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Shadow the Hedgehog, Rouge the Bat, E-123 Omega and Dr. Eggman as the heroes to protect the world from the return of Raven Radix, as he puts a curse of Sonic the Hedgehog. This film marks the final appearance of the main villain from two previous films; Raven Radix, as Cream the Rabbit, Cosmo and Big the Cat does not appear into this film, and the first appearances of Raven Radix's army.

Released from 20th Century Fox, Sega and Sonic Team, the movie is originally set to release worldwide in theaters on June 4, 2010, but moved up to October 2, 2009 instead, because of the film is completed in production. Although the following film, Sonic X: Return to Soleanna is released on that date, also deciding to pick which release date the film is set to be released to. Following a critical success, it broke a new opening weekend record for a film released in the fall at the box office, which became one of the biggest openings ever for a non-summer film and third best opening for an animated film. Meanwhile, it reached the top ten for highest-grossing movies worldwide of 2009, and was the highest-rated film at the Rotten Tomatoes for the franchise. The film was also released in IMAX theaters for the very first time two weeks after its release date, and became the 54th highest-grossing film of all-time.

Plot

One year after the last film, With Raven Radix reborn, his army is unleashed and attacked Station Square and stealing the Chaos Emeralds and Master Emerald, breaking them into pieces, sneaking from Angel Island, as it begins to fall. Meanwhile, Shadow the Hedgehog, Rouge the Bat and E-123 Omega got a mission to get back the missing Chaos Emeralds from the museum after that attack. Sonic the Hedgehog buys him a Chili Dog, until Raven Radix is planning to put a curse on him. Raven's two army put a curse of the power from Chaos on his chili dog.

Knuckles' Master Emerald is missing and broken into pieces, and is preparing to search for the pieces. Before, Sonic begins to search for the stolen Chaos, and after he eat a cursed Chili Dog and begins to faint. While he woke up, Sonic, Tails and Knuckles spot Raven as they followed him, and heard that Raven has put a curse on Sonic onto his Chili Dog, which will make him turn into a monster by nightfall, leaving Sonic suspicious. Meanwhile, at sunset, Sonic begins to battle with Raven, but while the sun is down, Sonic became weak, and is approximately turned into a "Werehog", which he became out of Control, capturing Amy Rose as she and Sonic were later rescued by Tails and Knuckles. Sonic later turned back to normal after sunrise. Meanwhile, Shadow, Rouge and Omega follows Raven to the future and Doctor Eggman also following him and with Shadow, Rouge and Omega. In the future, the three and Raven arrived, and Eggman as well.

Back in Station Square, Knuckles continues to search for the pieces of the Master Emerald, and Raven Radix has stolen them, switching time and also Tails with a fake Chaos Emerald. Shadow, Rouge, Omega and Eggman remain trapped, until Eggman spot a Chaos Emerald that Raven has forgotten. He gave it to Shadow to use Chaos Control to break free from will be returning back to Station Square, until, Shadow is attacked by Raven Radix, after finding he missed one more Chaos Emerald. Shadow and Raven battles, but Raven is too strong to be defeated, and grabbing a Chaos Emerald and Shadow gets trapped into the future. Meanwhile, Rouge spots Shadow missing, the only thing she can travel in time to rescue Shadow is to have a Chaos Emerald.

Meanwhile, the nightfall is transforms again. Tails gave Rouge a fake Chaos Emerald to let her to travel to the future and rescue Shadow. Later, Raven is planning onto kill Sonic's soul and letting him to be stay as a Werehog forever. Amy goes along with them trying to rescue Sonic, as she disappears, as Raven throws her to the future, along with Shadow. Raven has frozen time and to stay the sky as nighttime as well. After Rouge rescues Shadow and Amy, the gang decides to give up, fearing that it'll be the end of Sonic the Hedgehog. Amy is the only one that she'll never give up on Sonic, as she starts to take a fake Chaos Emerald from Rouge and following Sonic to rescue him herself. The team will have to stop Amy, before she gets hurt.

Meanwhile, Raven will destroy Sonic's soul. Amy later goes after Sonic to stop and rescue from killing himself. As the gang arrived, Raven transform at a super transformation, and Sonic has broke a spell and turned back to normal. He and Shadow used the power of the Chaos Emeralds to transform. Raven is too powerful. Sonic and Shadow will defeat Raven once and for all, is thinking that they can destroy his souls. They went strong with sprit and heading near the volcano as they kicks him and fell into the lava and Raven's souls dies, and the faint of the world is saved. After the battle, The pieces of the Master Emeralds were now restored for Knuckles and Shadow and Rouge gave their first kiss. Sonic has a crush on Amy peeks a kiss and runs away in speed, along with Tails flies away in his Tornado 2. However, Raven Radix's army decided to continue taking over the world.

Production

Development

With the success of Sonic Unleashed, director of the Sonic X movies, Dana McFarland has played that game on his PlayStation 3 and thought of it that he can use the character of Wearwolf to go out of control, and trying to take over the townspeople of Station Square. He originally plans on letting Chip to appear into the film, but decided to let him out. Meanwhile, McFarland describes Sonic the Werehog as an out of control beast, and also describes for making the new Sonic X movie about Raven Radix's return from the undead, with his first army helping him taking over, and puts Sonic on a mission to help him taking the world down is to do it with curse.

After completing Sonic X: The Shadow Snow and finished series finale of Sonic X, The production of Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic, has been announced on November 26, 2008, in Voicing Studio and filming of Japanese dubbed beginning thinking to have some aninations from Sonic Unleashed. Director and score writer, Dana McFarland will return as the director of the film. From Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Team want to make another Sonic film that starts having a return of evil and Sonic's wearwolf curse has returned.

The producers creates jobs that Rouge's breast was 3 inches wide and Amy's hammer was 2 inches tall, which has not drawn for the film. The writer was to be announced by Joe Edkin that he tries to become the writer. Edkin would be glad that he would make an animated movie. McFarland makes for a United States dubbed for voice actors in English. Joe Edkin begins as film's producer comic of the film. Cinematography portrayed Norman J. Grossfield as he does a production from Sonic X's production.

Dana McFarland returns his job to be as the director of the film from 20th Century Fox after the first film. Voicing of the film was set to filmed in the Studio of animation stud when by year gave gross $90 million budgets, which animation location was shoot in Mario's world and Station Square.

Filming

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Sonic the Hedgehog's transformation into a werehog, after being cursed by Raven Radix from Power Chaos taken from the Chaos Emeralds.

Animation begins no May 8, 2009 with the Sitch of Raven Radix undead and cursing Sonic, which finding someone to rule the world. The crew has drawn a new character, The Shadow Snow, much powerful creature that was covered start put a spell onto Sonic. The next animation starts drawing Sonic has returned. Next adding with other friends: Tails and Knuckles which they were in their regular clothes.

There are couple of scenes of Sonic being transformed into Sonic the Werehog, which they plan that character to become out of control, rather than becoming harmless, like it was used from Sonic Unleashed. The volcano scene was filmed for the movie, of Amy beginning to rescue Sonic. There are also a scene which they was a kissing scene between Shadow and Rouge, for the first time.

Other scenes drawing for the movie is the future, not met to be seen like 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog, but the future of Station Square, which was a disaster of Raven ruled the world, who Raven trapped Shadow, Rouge, Omega and Eggman, there, till Tails, Knuckles and Amy starts to rescue them and Sonic, and get the chaos emeralds to be able to stop Raven Radix and take over the world. There is also a scene drawing of one of Raven Radix's army puts a curse on Sonic the Hedgehog on his chili dog.

Cast

The film were usually confirming that Chaotix, Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow, Storm the Albatross, Silver the Hedgehog, Blaze the Cat, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and Princess Daisy going to appear also into the film, but it was made for that "it would be happy to make them appearing, but this wouldn't be having more plot over them." However, Chaotox appeared in a small appearances where the watch Raven Radix on screen.

Big the Cat is going to be appearing into the film, but Sega decides the character to drop for the film comparing they want him into the movie, but want to get a special appearance. However, they changed their minds. Cream the Rabbit and Big the Cat did appear in the film in cameo appearance. They are seen in a non-speaking role.

Marketing

Promotion

Within it, a teaser poster was released on April 3, 2009 seeing nothing but a movie title and release date. Director Dana McFarland states it "the most boring teaser poster anyone had ever saw." A teaser trailer for the film was released online on April 29, 2009, and than right in front of X-Men Origins: Wolverine on May 1, 2009. And also, an official website along with it's official poster released. Even though these posters were seen 2D animated, the film is 3D animated.

More of the posters for Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic were released on July 8, with Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, Omega, Shadow, Rouge and Eggman. And on August 5, the film's theatrical poster is released showing Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy battling in action. As of August 9, 2009, the film has announced a PG rating by the Motion Picture Rating System for action sequence and violence. The motion picture soundtrack was released on September 29, 2009.

A new trailer was released on September 11, 2009. Another clip for the movie on September 18, 2009, about Shadow and Rouge walking in the city and find attack of Raven Radix's army attack the city, and Tails, Knuckles and Amy appear and find announcement of Raven Radix ruling the world. Four of the clips about action and adventure for Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic were released on September 11, 2009 all together. The premiere for the Movie held in Los Angeles on September 23, 2009.

Within in that promotion, picutres of Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic were shown pictures of Sonic, Tails and Knuckles on the popcorn boxes and cups. Also, t-shirts, hats and shoes for Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic were promoted for the film as well in the markets. This can get attention for fans to watch the film. This is also the fourth film to have a PG rating, since the previous films were rated PG.

A first clip for the movie was relased on September 20, 2009, included a scene with Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy on Angel Island as Sonic ate a Chili Dog, with a curse strikes, as the sun goes down, and moonlight comes up, turns into a werehog. Five more clips were released on September 25, 2009, just a week before the film's release.

Release

Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic is released into cinemas in United States and Canada on October 2, 2009, and including a international release for Australia and United Kingdom on September 30, 2009, and October 3, 2009 in Japan. It will also be released from other countries in for this year and 2010. It is originally going to release on May 2010, but was pushed back a month to June 4. 12 more months before the film was out, the date has been moved forward from 2010 to 2009 to release on November 6, 2009, because of moving a release date to November will be better than releasing in June of "Celebrating a Labor Day Weekend Success". The film rescheduled the film's release date from June 4, 2010 to October 2, 2009 to place a sequel to that date. The following film, Sonic X: Return to Soleanna has taken the film's original date by the time it began changing release date like mulitple times.

On September 18, 2009, Fox decided to move the release date again to October 2, 2009, where it will now celebrate "box office for a Halloween Weekend", and letting from another film A Christmas Carol to do it's work at the box office success. This almost as close as the film is about to release. Animation of the movie begins on May 8, 2009, and completes for the first two hours, and the film is now on a 9-month production, set of 9 months of the film in production at works.

Home Video

The movie was released on DVD including Blue Ray and Digital Copy (1 disk and 2 disk). It will be including a special sneak peek for the next movie Sonic X: Return to Soleanna. The release date is on February 16, 2010. It sold 4.5 million copies unit at #1, $124,159,915 sold with a total of 7.7 million copies unit sold as of December of 2010.

Reaction

Critical reception

As of October 1, 2009, the critics for Sonic X: The Shadow Snow positive rated for 88% when rated on Rotten Tomatoes between 100 reviewers, the highest rated Sonic X film ever. The viewer bad show of grade B-, as possibly reaches to be calling it "Best" and "Famous", the most outrangous animated film of the year. Rumors and fans calls the movie "Great", when they said that this would be "The Best Animated Movie of the Year" and "The Best Sonic the Hedgehog Movie Yet".

Entertainment Weekly praised: "Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic has action and even some of adventure and fighting. Sonic the Hedgehog is going on being greater than ever we saw him running with more speed, more thrills and has a girlfriend and also was attack from evil".

Blogcritics praised "talking about action, the movie is a very huge hit, action pack, thrills and other things that is very interesting. The movie can let one of their fans to see it and they'll never get disappointed for their favorite video game character getting action and excitement."

Box office

The film's final total of $288,761,850. The internatinal gross is at $551,197,316 overseas, for a total of $839,959,166 worldwide, which previously made it the highest-grossing film in the Sonic X film franchise. It is now the sixth highest-grossing film in the franchise. It is the fifth highest-grossing animated film of all-time, 2009's fifth highest-grossing film to date Avatar, Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, and 2009's second highest-grossing animated movie to date behind Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.

The film grossed $6.5 million from it's midnight premiere in 2,000 theaters, the biggest debut in midnight premiering for an animated movie, till it was later broken by following film ($11 million) in 2010, thanks to it's release in at least 3,000 theaters. It than grossed $38.9 million from 4,025 theaters for its opening day, becoming the biggest opening day for an animated movie ever beating Shrek the Third ($38.1 million) back in 2007. The movie than made a total of $94.8 million on it's opening weekend. Not only that it was the third biggest opening for an animated movie behind Shek the Third ($121 million) and Shrek 2 ($108 million), but was also the biggest opening for an animeted movie of 2009, defeating Up ($63 million) and was the biggest for a movie franchise, until the following film take over it. It was also 2009's third biggest opening weekend ever behind The Twilight Saga: New Moon ($142.7 million) and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ($109.0 million). Also, it is the biggest opening ever for a movie released in October surprising Scary Movie 3 as well as for fall season. As of February 18, 2010, the film made $288,761,850, making it the second highest grossing 2009 animated movie behind Up and currently the eighth highest-grossing animated movie in the US of all-time.

At the UK box office, it opened at #1 with £14 million, becoming the biggest opening for an 2009 animated and the third biggest opening of 2009 behind Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. It grossed a total of £55 million ($82 million) making it the highest-grossing animated movie in the UK of 2009, and sixth highest of that year, and UK's highest-grossing animated movie of all-time for nine month until it was broken by Toy Story 3 ending on late August 2010.

Awards

Award Category/Recipient(s) Result
2009 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Animated Nominated
2010 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Animated Movie Nominated
36th Saturn Awards Best Animated Film Won
Visual Effects Society (VES) Awards Best Character Animation in an Animated Feature Nominated

Sequels

On October 16, 2009, Sega wants a sequel for the movie, to make the franchise popular. That's where this time will be featuring characters from Mario game and a new villain. On November 6, 2009, the film has announced a title as Sonic X: Return to Soleanna, where is going to be about Sonic makes his return and see Elise once again, as her world is attack once again. re-production has started on October 16, 2009. Lacey Chabert, who plays Elise from the 2006 game Sonic the Hedgehog will reprise her role. It was released on June 4, 2010 worldwide, and will also be release in IMAX, making it the first film to date. Another sequel, Sonic X: The Black Knight is due on May 13, 2011, and the sixth and final Sonic X: The Final Chapter is due sometimes in 2012, which has since been canceled. The Black Knight was changed to The Final Stand to become the final installment instead.

See also

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External links

  • Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic at the Internet Movie Database
  • Sonic X: The Revenge of Sonic at the Box Office Mojo