Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness by Sam Raimi film review

At times when stakes couldn’t have been higher, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness delivered a crazy ride unlike anything we’ve previously seen in the MCU.

The narrative was resourceful and jam-packed with sleak and indirect innuendos for the hard-core MCU lovers. It unraveled rather effortlessly.

The pacing could’ve been worked on, it nevertheless produced a really intense and dynamic atmosphere where humor, gore, and horror perfectly blended.

The character development was really well though and it truly felt like a natural development from the previous installements. Elizabeth Olsen undoubtedly stole the show. Her personification of the Scarlet witch is everything I could’ve hoped for.

Benedict Cumberbatch and Xochitl Gomez also brilliantly portrayed their characters.

Sam Raimi’s touch was evident throughout the entire run of the film. From the epic cinematography, eye-popping visuals and inviting color pallete, this movie had it all.

My one comment is I would’ve wished if the stakes were higher. The intensity is there but it could’ve been amped up even more.

With all that being said, Multiverse of Madness is truly Marvel’s weirdest yet most fascinating entry to date.

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