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Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness…has arrived! We’ve all been to see it, but Dan was the first one to get a review written. Find out what he thought. When you’ve read that, there are a few other bits and pieces around Doctor Strange and the MCU in general.
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Also, we have this: Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — end credits scenes explained
New Movies This Week
starring: Zac Efron, Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Gloria Reuben
runtime: 1 hour 34 minutes
genres: Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi
rating: [R] Violent Content
directed by: Keith Thomas
Peetimes: I’ll have Peetimes submitted by 9:00 PM Eastern on Thursday night—May 12th.
|What If…? Welcome to the Multiverse
The more I watch these episodes, the more obsessed I become with how beautiful the art is, and how awesomely everything comes together.
|The Mordo The Merrier – Chiwetel Ejiofor
Is he the enemy or not? You’ll have to go and see the new Doctor Strange offering to find out. Still, there’s a lot more to this talented and versatile actor.
|Doctor Strange (Original Review)
One thing I find interesting about original reviews vs rewatches is how much a movie grade can change over time. Especially in the MCU case, where subsequent films retroactively improve the previous ones. Dr Strange (the first) is one of those movies.
A deeply personal and moving story about the title characters. You’ll laugh, you’ll weep, you’ll try to figure it all out — but this is a must-watch to better understand Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Definitely different than expected, and so much better. If you like Loki, there’s a lot to love in this six-episode series that does a bang-up job explaining the nuances of the multiverse.
|The Doctor Will See You Now…
He’s been in Star Trek, The Hobbit franchise, and The Simpsons. He was all over the MCU and he breathed new life into Sherlock Holmes. He can be anything from awkward, fumbling geek to charming, sophisticated roué. Even an evil dragon!
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