InterestsCartoons and animated series, mostly modern ones, such as 'Steven Universe', which is still ongoing, and the already concluded 'Wander over Yonder' and 'Star vs. The Forces of Evil', also 'Infinity Train', the entire 'Star Wars' franchise, including all the movies, comics, cartoons, and videogames, the 'FNaF' franchise, 'The Desolate Hope', also a game by Scott Cawthon, the 'Mother'/'Earthbound' series, 'The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask', the 'Slenderverse', the 'Chzo Mythos' game series, linguistics, geography, history, ethnography, and my favorite bands and musicians of all time are 'Dead or Alive', 'Aqua', 'Mars Argo', '4 Non-Blondes', 'Hanoi Rocks', and 'Titanic Sinclair'.
I just realized that I completely forgot to say something about the movie here, so here goes - I absolutely enjoyed this movie. From top to bottom. There's nothing about it that I didn't like. First of all, a Sonic movie has been my dream since back when I first discovered the franchise. Even when the first trailer with the not-so-popular design came around, I didn't complain. That was the extent of my longing for a Sonic movie. But when I finally went to the theater and saw it, I was truly surprised. If anything, I expected a 'so bad it's actually good' kind of movie, at best. But what I received in the end was a genuinely good movie. Hell, to demonstrate how good it really was - I was watching it with a couple of my friends, none of whom knew anything about Sonic except that it's all about a blue hedgehog who can run, and all of them loved it. They laughed at each and every single joke, despite this movie being basically to the Sonic universe and Sonic as a character. And this is exactly why I think the movie ultimately succeeded. Because it can be viewed and enjoyed by everybody, not just Sonic fans. It's not overfilled with game references like so many other videogame movies are. I mean, sure, they exist, but it's just the right amount to have fans catch it and think - 'Huh, neat! I know this!', but also the right amount to not have other people continuously question it, which kinda ruins the experience. It's 'in your face' kind of references, you could say. I don't even think that this film can really be called a 'videogame movie'. It's really just a good comedy that just so happens to be based on and centered around a videogame character. Which, in the end, is what made the movie as successful as it was. I truly think that this movie and it's success is the start of a new era for the Sonic franchise. It will bring, and has, in fact, already brought quite a lot of new fans into the fandom, whose experiences of the characters are still new, fresh, and uncorrupted. I sincerely hope that now, SEGA and Sonic can finally redeem themselves in the public eye. And godspeed to them.
She kissed Steven. She freaking kissed Steven. I don't care if it was a Bugs Bunny style big ol' smooch, she still kissed him. That was enough screentime for me. As a lowkey Stevnel shipper, I was completely satisfied with everything after that.