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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Review

Do you enjoy watching Marvel movies? I certainly do. So when I watched this trailer, I couldn’t wait to see it in cinemas. In reality, I’m not a fan of Doctor Strange because the first film made my head spin and gave me a migraine. The first film, as far as I recall, was released 5–6 years ago. I wasn’t surprised in the least. However, after seeing the trailer for this one, I was interested. On May 6, 2022, this film premiered in theaters. It oozes with the promise of raw fiction fire and weirdness. It fulfilled everything it stated for me.

We were genuinely happy to have reentered and been able to enjoy the movie on the big screen while adhering to health protocols as it was actually the first time the theater here in our city had opened again throughout the pandemic. This movie could be the most amazing movie ever, in my opinion. The movie offers up many possibilities by releasing the infinitely possible consequences of the universe, yet the anything-goes aspects of that may also be thrilling, perplexing, and occasionally slightly nonsensical but wildly mind-blowing. After six years, it’s hard to believe that this is the primary Doctor Strange spin-off.

While viewing this movie, I experienced fear. For Multiverse of Madness, the scary element was a big cause of worry. There are a lot of spooky sights hiding around every corner, especially as the plot develops. I can consider the thought of the universe’s half suddenly disappearing thanks to the horrifying perspectives. It seems to be considerably more difficult to swallow in. Raimi’s first entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe is undoubtedly flawed, but it really captures a tone that I might want to see more of as the plot progresses.

I didn’t want to reveal the plot of this movie for you, so I simply expressed my reaction instead of detailing some of the moments. When it comes to Marvel movies, I like to focus on commercial decisions rather than artistic ones. The hero suggests that things are not drawing back in such a way that people are forced to figure out the whole reiteration of associations between its characters and realms. Crowds, on the other hand, have been trained to survive on bits of variety, ecstasy, and appropriately regulated pomposity. There isn’t much else to say about this film other that I truly loved it. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness feels more like a prequel to other stories than a standalone film, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Anyway, here is the trailer of Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness:

My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

7 thoughts on “Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Review”

    1. Hi Sheri! I can’t wait to read your review about it once you’ve seen it. If you love to watch creepy-action-comedy movies, you’ll gonna love it. ☺️☺️☺️

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      1. Thank you!
        And I do enjoy creepy-action-comedy movies.. I’m also a huge Marvel and Benedict Cumberbatch fan so I’ll be very excited to share my thoughts on it!

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