Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Movie Review

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a sequel to Doctor Strange, which was released in 2016. The first film was a huge success and it left fans with many questions about what would happen next.

The movie begins by introducing us to the multiverse, where characters from different universes can interact with each other. Doctor Strange does this when he comes across Nightmare, who is basically an evil version of himself.

The story continues with Doctor Strange trying to find a way to defeat Nightmare and save the multiverse. He gets help from his friends and allies, but they are no match for him. However, they have one last hope – The Scarlet Witch!

Wanda is a powerful character in the comics and she has been a villain for most of her appearances. But in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, she is not just a villain but also an anti-hero.

Wanda is seen as one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel universe. She has taken on many different roles throughout her tenure at Marvel, from hero to villain to anti-hero. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Wanda takes on an anti-hero role where she fights for good but does not want to be seen as a hero by anyone else.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Dr. Stephen Strange is going to the wedding of his lonely love Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams) when disarray ejects in the road outside (and the way that Michael Stuhlbarg’s name is on the banner for his single, early-film scene at the wedding feels like a specialist’s upset). An enormous octopus-like animal is pursuing a young lady named America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) across aspects, causing disarray en route. Bizarre and Wong (Benedict Wong) jump right into it to save the young lady and discover that America is looking for her capacity to cross imaginary worlds, in spite of the fact that she can’t actually control when she does such.

Peculiar suspects that black magic might be involved, which drives him to look in the direction of Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), who is as yet faltering from the deficiency of her kids toward the finish of the Disney+ show and captivated by the detestable Darkhold, a book of abhorrent spells that Raimi fans will presumably note seems to be the Necronomicon. Wanda will take the necessary steps to reside in the universe where she actually has her kids (in spite of the fact that Vision’s presence is scarcely referred to), which releases tumult for Strange, Wong, and America that including Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), a couple of exemplary characters, and, indeed, a few new faces with natural names.

  • Rating: PG-13 (Frightening Images|Action|Intense Sequences of Violence|Some Language)
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
  • Original Language: English
  • Director: Sam Raimi
  • Producer: Kevin Feige
  • Writer: Michael Waldron
  • Release Date (Theaters): May 6, 2022, Wide
  • Box Office (Gross USA):$187.4M
  • Runtime:2h 6m
  • Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Atmos, DTS, Dolby Digital
  • Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)
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