Doctor Strange Multiverse of Madness Disappoints Fans ((SPOILERS!))


In the latest Marvel movie, Doctor Strange defends an important character.

by Anish Ashokkumar, Staff Writer

Released on May 6, 2022, Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness is part of the Phase 4
Marvel cinematic universe, which was written by Michael Waldron and directed by Sam Raimi.
To understand this movie, you must watch Spider-Man: No Way Home first. The main actors,
Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlet Witch), and Xochitl Gomez
(America Chavez) did a good job on keeping the movie believable.
In the Multiverse of Madness, Strange is living his life after the events of Spider-Man No
Way Home until a multiverse traveler named America Chavez accidently comes through a portal
chased by an interdimensional octopus-like creature. Strange learns that a mysterious person is
trying to get ahold of America Chavez’s power and she has met a lot of Stranges throughout the
multiverses, but they all eventually betrayed her. There is a mistrust between the two, at first, but
nevertheless, Strange goes to get help from Wanda Maximoff (also known as Scarlet Witch) but
then he discovers that she is the mysterious figure going after America Chavez. After Strange
tries to reason with her, but fails, there is a long chase between the Sorcerer Supreme and the
Scarlet Witch.
Compared to the first Doctor Strange, the second Doctor Strange would fall in 2nd place
because the first one did a better job of explaining the back story, and what events were taking
place, unlike the current film, where they just throw you right into the action, possibly without
knowing what is actually happening.
The film should have explained more of the lore of the movie. Some viewers might feel
as if everything was just all of a sudden. The CGI in the movie was unimpressive. In addition,
there was not too much of Wanda in the movie and whenever she did appear, they did not really
use her to the fullest potential.

Overall, Doctor Strange Multiverse Of Madness is an essential movie, because it adds on
to what happened in Spider-Man No Way Home, but the direction could have been better. The
movie should be a “go to” if you are a Marvel fanatic, but if you are not, then it may not be
worth it.