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I May Destroy You
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The story was creative, but it jumped around too much to stay coherent, and lost much of its impact because of that. Part of the problem might have been trying to incorporate too many people into one story. If they cut out one or two of the protagonists so they could focus on the other characters and develop their story more, then it might have made a better movie.
The changes to the animation were definitely a positive. The feel wasn't the same as the games, or the tv series. (Sonic X is my main reference for that.) Though it is a good movie once you get into the main bulk of the story, and there are some fun scenes.
An excellent window into the first world war, and a refreshing cinematic treat. The characters' stories and the single shot illusion build on each other very well.
While Adam Sandler did a good job in his acting. The film is very raw which leads to the character seeming indignant and immature. For those reasons I can't connect with the main character, and that causes the climax to fizzle.
It is a good film for the content. An interesting story which would have been a good documentary, but had to be presented as a drama because of legal stipulations which the film goes into but never explicitly addresses.