Spoiler I went to see it with a couple of friends at the Odeon in Tunbridge Wells last night, one of whom is a Sonic fan and the other who knows a lot about Sonic via me but only really played the originals - all three of us really enjoyed it! The screening I was at had a few obvious fans scattered about in Sonic shirts, and one guy was dressed as Sonic head-to-toe which was cool. No pops or cheers for anything though. People laughed at the jokes and hearing the kids react to things was nice, they seemed to enjoy it. I was expecting to walk out at best saying it was okay, but I'd honestly go as far as to say it was really good! I think it's important to go in with the mindset that Sonic does have young kid fans even today and this was made to please them primarily. When you consider that, it becomes really impressive that they somehow managed to craft a character that appealed to me as a long-time fan too. I've said it elsewhere but this is the first time in a long time I felt like I actually cared about Sonic as a character. He was charming, funny and I just couldn't help but like him. I don't think he ended up overshadowed by Carrey's Robotnik either, which is a relief. Robotnik was fantastic though, Carrey was absolutely brilliant. I was expecting more of a descent into madness but he was already pretty fucked up to begin with I guess. Seeing him on the mushroom planet at the end was what I was waiting for though, and did anyone else feel his voice went a bit towards game Eggman for a moment when he was talking to himself?