Is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness worth viewing? Let’s find out the answer with this topic!
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is released on 5 May in Australia and the UK, and on 6 May in the US.
IGN’s reviews of Doctor Strange 2
If there’s one thing Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness accomplishes, it’s putting the final nail in the coffin of the idea that directors aren’t allowed to put their distinct stylistic stamps on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Filmmakers like James Gunn, Taika Waititi, and Chloe Zhao all offered their respective MCU movies their quintessential style, of course, but there’s something about this newest chapter that feels like it’s screaming that these films are becoming the rule, not the exception. From top to bottom — and for better and for worse — Multiverse of Madness is a Sam Raimi movie through and through…
…Most times, that signature works. But, between some scenes that are weird for the sake of being weird and others that find themselves hobbled by screenwriter Michael Waldron’s sometimes hokey dialogue, even the biggest of Raimi fans may find themselves quirking an eyebrow from time to time. Still, the movie works far more than it doesn’t.
The Guardian’s reviews of Doctor Strange 2
The multiverse madness is treated with genial high-energy panache, though I have to say that this infinite profusion of realities does not actually feel all that different in practice from the shapeshifting, retconning world of all the other Avengers films. And infinite realities tend to reduce the dramatic impact of any one single reality and reduce what there is at stake in a given situation. Nonetheless, it’s handled with lightness and fun.
What are critics saying about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
About its rank on MCU
The strangest Marvel movie yet. – Richard Trenholm, CNET
It’s refreshingly cornball in a way that Marvel rarely is. – Hoai-Tran Bui, Slashfilm
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is unlike any Marvel movie you have ever seen… definitely the most intense and scariest. – Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians
Lacking the humanity — the heart and soul of Marvel that works so well when balanced with humor and spectacle… [but it’s] much better than the shallow fan service of Spider-Man: No Way Home. – Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist
The best MCU multiverse movie remains Spider-Man: No Way Home. – Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects
Most of the action — extravagant, messy, so over-the-top crazy that it ceases to be amazing — is business as usual in the Marvel world. – Stephanie Zacharek, TIME
Will it make us surprised?
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has more twists than a bag of pretzels… The surprises are refreshing but with that said, some of them are hard to swallow. – Julian Roman, MovieWeb
Full of mind-bending moments, trippy twists, and a fistful of surprises so genuine that even Danny Elfman’s majestic score might not blot out the sound of millions of diehard Marvel fans’ jaws shattering as they hit the theater floor. – Don Kaye, Den of Geek
For better and (for some fans) potentially worse, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness doesn’t always feel safe. – Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy
About the script
What works best about this movie is its themes… [It] unravels these feelings and stitches them back together in a pleasing narrative that is ultimately satisfying. – Sherin Nicole, idobi.com
It’s a surprisingly straightforward screenplay… If the same creative team returns for Doctor Strange 3, we’d surely hope Raimi is more involved with the writing next time. – Rohan Patel, ComicBookMovie.com
I definitely hope that the script is tighter on the next outing. I won’t spoil anything, but what I can say is that some of the dialogue is on par with the supremely cheesy Moonfall’s. – Amelia Emberwing, IGN Movies
The story lets it down and [it] could prove divisive for fans. – Ian Sandwell, Digital Spy
Doctor Strange 2’s major problems
The personal journeys are lacking… On an emotional level, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness leaves a lot to be desired. – Mae Abdulbaki, Screen Rant
It never settles down enough to locate its emotional core. – Owen Gleiberman, Variety
If you’re looking for good characterization, emotion, and feelings, you might have come to the wrong place. – Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist
I know MCU movies aren’t generally places for deep character work — I’m just saying it’s even more shallow here than normal, especially considering how the typically reliable Olsen nailed this character in her previous outing. – Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com
More MCU movies like this?
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is unpredictable, inventive, and undoubtedly mesmerizing — and the MCU is better off for it. – Jenna Anderson, ComicBook.com
Is this the future of comic-book cinema? Let’s hope not. – Owen Gleiberman, Variety
The most disturbing part of this film is trying to figure out what the heck Marvel is trying to accomplish here and where they’re going to go next. – Christie Cronan, Raising Whasians
It’s fun to imagine them giving Raimi a small fraction of the usual budget, authorizing an R rating for the third Doctor Strange and saying “go make a Sam Raimi horror film.” – John DeFore, Hollywood Reporter.
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