The release of a new Marvel movie is a big event in my film viewing schedule. I oftentimes find myself scheduling all my future articles around a particular release to ensure I have the opportunity to watch the film perhaps a few times before I fully commit to reviewing it.
The last Marvel film to be released was Spiderman: No Way Home. I was incredibly excited to see that film and it helped to give me a better impression as to the direction that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is taking post-Endgame.
With No Way Home in the past, it now falls to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness to continue the MCU's exploration of the multiverse and finish up a few plot details from both the Disney+ shows like Wandavision and Loki, as well as continue the adventures of everybody's favorite Sorcerer Supreme.
Is the film a worthwhile sequel to the original Doctor Strange? Or does it end up with too much madness to make any kind of coherent sense?
- Directed by Sam Raimi
- Produced by Marvel Studios
- MPAA Rating: PG-13
- Runtime: 126 Minutes
|Wanda is fighting Ultron bots, and it means nothing.