Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Review – A Blend of Horror and Adventure


It’s almost as if the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a living, breathing entity. With its cross-over sequels and superheroes who pop in from other movies to visit characters (or at least get involved with their grounded stories), it has become an ever-expanding landscape full of mystery that even those without any interest can’t help but be captivated by. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is no exception.

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Marvel has been building up their stable of characters for years now, and it seems like they’re not done yet. After more than a decade of dozens of movies & TV shows telling different stories about these superheroes in the world that we know so well from comic books or cinema alone – it’s time to get complicated again. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen Doctor Strange, and this newest adventure is sure to please any fan. With the plenty of action mixed in with the unpredictable Multiverse setting, it can be hard not to have an opinion on what might happen next. However, no matter how much information you gather from these movies or TV shows, there’ll always be something new tomorrow.


With a dramatic score and camera movement that mirrors Raimi‘s style, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is perfect for fans of the director. The use of dissolve transitions helps build tension similar to what other films have done before while also incorporating some unique techniques such as striking dissolves, which create an even more psychological tone than what would be expected from traditional storytelling methods. The creepy and complex sound creates feelings appropriate to each scene through symbolism, conveying emotion and describing actions. This movie’s music and sound effects make an immersive roller coaster ride that heightens your emotions. It combines the film’s distinct direction and production, seamlessly merging immaculate MCU, weird, brave new world, and scary overtones.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is an exciting and creative film that features an engaging story and has some drawbacks. The story has some pacing issues, but it makes up for this with an engaging cast that you can’t help but fall in love with. However, the dialogues were unnatural at times. There were underdeveloped characters and needed more development to make them sarcastic or funny instead of just quirks with their personalities being different from others. The movie has its cumbersome moments and underdeveloped protagonist. Still, it does come together by leaps and bounds when you’re not focused on how complicated everything is at first glance – I mean, facepalming eventually becomes standard fare for any Marvel movie. Hence, there isn’t much new here besides visuals alone.


The characters in this movie do not get enough development. Benedict’s Strange has some emotional moments with Wanda, but she’s the only actor who gets any good material- which is unfortunate because they could have done much more for their roles. The movie’s only memorable scenes are when Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch is on screen, yet the character development feels lacking. Despite this fact and due to their limited time together as characters in an unconventional setting (a world that exists outside our own), we can see she struggles with memories from her past while also trying not to let them consume who she has become today, something that every person deals with at some point or another during life’s journey. Because of its psychedelic themes and heartfelt undertones, Multiverse of Madness connects with the fans.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is an ambitious and visually stunning film that entertains audiences. This movie is a must-watch for all fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It features stunning visuals, excellent acting, and a heart-pounding story.