Doctor Strange and The Multiverse of Madness Review (SPOILERS)

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There are spoilers for Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness in this article. Proceed with caution.

Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness was recently released to theaters this May with a variety of scenes and plots that made the movie appear to be a relatively good product.

The plot follows Doctor Strange protecting America Chavez from Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch. She plans to use Chavez’s powers to be with the children that she lost during her time in Westview (Wandavision).

In this pursuit, Strange encounters a variety of characters that he competes with that combat with both physical and magical methods that left intense twists in the plot.

A prime example of this was a scene where Strange used corruptive magic from the Darkhold to manipulate an undead version of himself as a puppet in the same universe that Wanda was in. This scene alone was an interesting impact on the audience.

Although, some of the characters in the movie were demeaned for what seemed to be plot convenience.

In another universe, Wanda combats the Illuminati, a group controlled by Reed Richards (John Krasinski), Professor X (Patrick Stewart), and other multiversal versions of characters we know and love.

In these action scenes, the characters put up small fights that didn’t utilize any of their intelligent qualities, making the Illuminati seem less powerful than they actually are.

Rating: 7/10