Doctor Strange – Director Sam Raimi works his magic by providing an intriguing universe epic that is cleverly packaged with themes that he believes may cast a spell on the viewer, regardless of their passion for the MCU. The spell of this aesthetically stunning and colourful cosmic story is cast.
Critic’s Rating: 4.0/5
Doctor Strange Story
When a mysterious evil force wreaks havoc on the city, Dr. Strange and Wong come to the aid of a young adolescent who has the ability to travel between numerous realities, or multiverse. However, saving her comes at an unanticipated cost and with implications that none of them is prepared for.
Doctor Strange Review
When you see a film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you automatically sign up for a few standard issue cliches that every fan, and now even non-fan, is familiar with. So the excitement is always in discovering the unexpected shocks that arise along the route. Director Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead franchise, Spiderman trilogy) understands this and works carefully to organically develop a narrative that can be delivered with thrilling aspects of horror, fantasy, colourful visual effects, and a superhero battle. Even when it’s based on a simple comic-book premise of saving the world (or numerous universes in this case) from someone with absolute power, it’s a formula that can’t and won’t go wrong.
Of course, we’re making it sound too simple and easy, but ‘Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ contains a number of complicated people with real emotions and shades of grey that may be considered’reasonable.’
The screenplay is tightly woven, leaving limited room for long, verbose sequences. Instead, Raimi uses his experience to make this one of his strongest and most colourful films, with unmistakable horror themes. We see a variety of unexpected cameos as Dr. Strange crosses the multiverse and faces new problems, resulting in a spectacular battle with the enemy.
As the stylish Dr. Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch ably carries the film on his muscular shoulders, diligently making the difficult decisions and sacrifices for the greater good. But there’s more to Dr. Strange and his brand of justice this time, which is probably the only nuanced part of an otherwise basic plot. Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, emerges as a force to be reckoned with, and Elizabeth Olsen’s wise and sagely character works quite well in convincing the viewers of her cause. One of the film’s primary features is Olsen’s spot-on portrayal of her character’s conviction. Wong is played by Benedict Wong, and Christine Palmer is played by Rachel McAdams.
As America Chavez, a bewildered but formidable girl with the ultimate power to jump between realities, Xochitl Gomez is a welcome addition.
The influx of action, adventure, and a coherent storyline in this instalment of the Dr. Strange franchise is balanced in such a way that it never feels overstuffed or forced. Raimi and his writers ensure that the plot is well-paced and that there is abundant opportunity for it to be steeped in vibrant special effects and intricate set designs (particularly the Kamar-Taj) with unrivalled visual sophistication. The spectacular spectacle is enhanced by Danny Elfman’s soundtrack.
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The MCU unlocks the Multiverse and pushes its bounds further than ever before in Marvel Studios’ “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Travel into the unknown with Doctor Strange as he crosses the mind-bending and deadly various realities of the Multiverse with the help of old and new mystical allies to fight a mysterious new opponent.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, Michael Stühlbarg, and Rachel McAdams star in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
Sam Raimi is the director, and Kevin Feige is the producer. Executive producers are Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Eric Hauserman Carroll, and Jamie Christopher. Michael Waldron wrote the film’s screenplay.