The latest outing from the Marvel Universe, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has hit the screens today across the globe. Let’s analyze it.
Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness is coming from the Marvel Universe after the 2021 released, Spider-Man: No Way Home. The film opens with the scenes of America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), a teenager who has inbuilt supernatural powers to travel between universes. How does she meet Doctor Strange(Benedict Cumberbatch) who hails from a different universe? Who is America Chavez? How is her backstory? What Doctor Stranger do to bail out America from all the problems surrounding, forms the main USB of the film.
As usual, Benedict Cumberbatch just lived in the character which has so much to do compared to the earlier version. His screen presence and smart play during the face-off episodes with the evils bring depth to the proceedings.
This girl Xochitl Gomez did her part quite impressively. Most of the film runs on her character-centric and the young girl makes a decent impact and hints that her role is going to be bigger in the upcoming franchise.
Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams and Chiwetel Ejiofor among others did extended cameo roles with much energy and enthrall the fans.
The VFX and graphics work is done superbly for this high budget MCU film. The entire setup created and the proceedings are showcased on a lavish note.
Director Sam Raimi yet again proved that he is a master in handling crazy Marvel franchises and attracting the genre fans across the globe with his magically taking. The product design and values are rich for this 3D entertainer.
- MCU franchiseThe cross over episodes between two different universes.
- A couple of dull moments in the first forty minutes
In an overview, Doctor Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has a rich setup and the cross over connects with various characters from other MCU films. Though who has been following the Marvel movies will get connected to the film instantly and may enjoy a couple of portions.
Telugu Bulletin.com Rating: 3/5