Ouuuuuch....and the film was looked promising in the more recent trailers and clips. Dialling my expectations back, though I'll probably still see it close to release.
What even is this site? Literally every review I scrolled though was terrible. From birds of prey to joker, they even shit on the latest video games.
Yeah, I'm scrolling through and it seems like they have an inclination against most mainstream films.
lmao why are movie critics in quotes? and why are you talking about critics not caring about the re-design and instead focusing on bad writing like it's a bad thing?
Slant and Slate are different sources but both are respected, Slate perhaps more so. Both sites look like they've undergone drastic overhauls since I last visited though in terms of their appearance.
“Sonic” will be the No. 1 film on this 4-day weekend as both Paramount and independent trackers are projecting an extended opening total in the low $40 million range. While that would be a decent start for this $95 million-budgeted CGI/live-action hybrid, Paramount is aiming much higher than decent, and the studio likely hopes for a theatrical run strong enough to merit a sequel.
Paramounts last hope after Bay is Sonic. Poor guys.
Can't tell if it's a review or just an article talking about it, but in any case.
It's slant... they don't give good scores to anything.
Mm hmm, exactly as it was tracking beforeVariety sticking with the $40-45m tracking. If i'm in the team make more than Pikachu camp, I'm getting a little nervous about my chances: https://variety.com/2020/film/news/sonic-box-office-opening-weekend-birds-of-prey-1203501227/
There are no official reviews yet. They drop tomorrow. So far we only have impressions from people that have seen it and they're almost all positive. If what we know so far translates to reviews, it's gonna help Sonic.
The actual fella outed himself after he stepped down from the role: https://www.polygon.com/features/2018/6/15/17455056/fake-kaz-hirai-twitter-account-mark-doherty
I somehow missed this! Thanks for the link.The actual fella outed himself after he stepped down from the role: https://www.polygon.com/features/2018/6/15/17455056/fake-kaz-hirai-twitter-account-mark-doherty
Fresh tracking metrics indicate a surge for Sonic as we near release, although reviews won’t be available until early Thursday morning. At this stage, however, the film is approaching trends comparable to Detective Pikachu. Based on our latest models, the pic has a fair shot at climbing past Ghost Rider ($52 million four-day) to crack the top five Presidents Day weekends of all time.
Opening Weekend Ranges
- Sonic the Hedgehog ($43 – 48 million three-day / $50 – 60 million four-day)