Doctor Strange


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 392249


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Rachel McAdams as Christine Palmer
Mads Mikkelsen as Kaecilius
Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SenDebowski 7 / 10

Not bad but amazing to watch

I actually was on set as a support actor, I later watched it and the whole thing unfolded to me, yes it was amazing to see how its been done, yes it could be better especially with the story, one could easily get disinterested with the way the screenplay was mangled to result in a desired outcome.

Reviewed by hugh-deasy 10 / 10

Fairly true to the original

I used to read Dr. Strange comics as a teenager and always found it the most imaginative of the Marvel universe. The movie capture much of the magic of the magic. Benedict Cumberbatch is great in the title role and Tilda Swinton shines as the ancient one. More convincing than an ancient old man with a beard - though that might have been good also. Chiwetel Ejiofor was good as Mordo - going through the degeneration from loyal hack of the ancient one to doubting Thomas in a believable way. Mads Mikkelsen was suitably threatening and believable as the arch zealot Kaecilius and was a worthy foil to the growing power of Strange.

The special effects are wonderful - the dizzying mirror dimension scenes as well as the encounter with the Dread Dormammu (did they use 'Dread' in the film - maybe not). The pace is good and there is indeed a reasonable character development in Strange from the egotistical materialist to the less arrogant contemplative of the mystic arts. The film captures well the multi-dimensional world of Strange and evokes the threat from extra-dimensional beings in a way that's commensurate with the sense of awe in the original comic rendition. The film never degenerates into an overly fantastic atmosphere, with scenes in the hospital and city streets anchoring the fantastic in the real. The costumes are just right and true to the comic vision. I was glad to see that this film was added to the cinematic Marvel universe. Scott Derrickson directed the whirlpool of action well and gave it the right balance of real and fantastic. Strange's pilgrimage to Katmandu was reminiscent of Bruce Wayne's to Asia to find himself with a guru.

Anyway - all in all a fine film and afterwards I felt I could open a portal into another dimension.

Reviewed by Gavin Purtell 7 / 10

Good entry into unknown territory for Marvel

'Doctor Strange' is the 13th (14th? 15th? Even I'm losing count!) Marvel film, and continues the trend of 'Guardians of the Galaxy', 'Ant-Man' and 'Deadpool' - not the most well-known comic book characters, but they've given chance to breathe and create their own energy separate to the Avengers, and are more fun because of it. Simple premise here - Dr Stephen Strange (Cumberbatch) is a famous, conceited, surgeon who has a car accident and can no longer fully use his hands. In search of radical treatments, he visits Nepal and encounters Mordo (Ejiofor) and The Ancient One (Swinton).

He - like us - has to surrender everything he thinks he knows and enter the world of mysticism, spells and magic. There's some funny scenes and remarks as he comes to grips with these new possibilities in the world. The film is actually funnier than I thought it was going to be, since Dr Strange is no Spider-Man or Deadpool in terms of quips, but it's handled well. The director, Derrickson, is coming off a patchy output at best - 'Deliver Us From Evil', 'Sinister', 'The Day The Earth Stood Still' - but does a decent job of keeping the pace up and not having too long between scenes with action. Some of the "city/room-bending" scenes are great to watch.

While the tone is sometimes dark and "we're all just a speck in this world, which is only part of one universe, let alone the multiverse", it's generally upbeat and handled more with awe and fun than seriousness and fanaticism. Christine (McAdams) serves as the real-world foil and Kaecilius (Mikkelsen) is an adequate bad-guy. Cumberbatch carries the film and is a douche when needed, and a strong presence at other times. The end-credits scene has a nice quick Thor appearance. I look forward to seeing more of Dr Strange in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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