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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness(2022)

Cinema Trace - Short Movie Reviews

Whatever your thoughts are about Marvel you have to give them credit for their worldbuilding and character development. Wanda and Dr. Strange are both very unique and gray characters which makes them fun. The actors also do a great job portraying their characters.

Marvel has never been this dark before. I’m honestly surprised it hasn’t got a higher age limit. But it’s great with darker content. Marvel has for a long time felt too childish but this feels more real and got a stronger effect.

The multiverse is a very confusing subject and it can ruin movies, but it can also make them more fun. This movie did a good job not making it too confusing while also utilizing it and creating fun fanservice.

Like the previous Doctor Strange movie, the visual effects are spectacular and breathtaking. There are some scenes which are not quite as believable but it doesn’t…

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First Glance: “Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness”

Keith & the Movies

While my excitement for the Marvel Cinematic Universe has somewhat lessened since “Avengers: Endgame”, one of the movies on the MCU roadmap that has always had my attention was “Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness”. One of the big reasons was the return of Director Sam Raimi to the superhero genre. But there’s also the sheer craziness of the idea behind it. And the ‘anything goes’ possibilities in the wake of what happened in “Spider-Man: No Way Hone” means this movie could have a major impact on the MCU’s future. The new trailer proves that to be true!

Just before the Super Bowl, Disney dropped a trailer that gives us a good idea of how far Raimi and company are going. As already known, Doctor Strange and Wanda Maximoff are going to have prominent roles and the trailer teases some pretty potent back-and-forths between them. We also see Strange…

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