Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)

Fantasy | Action | Adventure
7.561 / 10
Release Date
04 May 2022
2 : 6 minutes
Spoken Language
广州话 / 廣州話, English, Español
Doctor Strange, with the help of mystical allies both old and new, traverses the mind-bending and dangerous alternate realities of the Multiverse to confront a mysterious new adversary.

Cast Overview :

Dr. Stephen Strange / Sinister Strange / Defender Strange
by: Benedict Cumberbatch
Wanda Maximoff / The Scarlet Witch
by: Elizabeth Olsen
Baron Karl Mordo
by: Chiwetel Ejiofor
by: Benedict Wong
America Chavez
by: Xochitl Gomez
Tommy Maximoff
by: Jett Klyne
Billy Maximoff
by: Julian Hilliard
by: Sheila Atim
Rintrah (voice)
by: Adam Hugill
Dr. Nicodemus 'Nic' West
by: Michael Stuhlbarg
Dr. Christine Palmer
by: Rachel McAdams
Peggy Carter / Captain Carter
by: Hayley Atwell
Blackagar Boltagon / Black Bolt
by: Anson Mount
Maria Rambeau / Captain Marvel
by: Lashana Lynch
Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic
by: John Krasinski
Professor Charles Xavier / Professor X
by: Patrick Stewart
by: Charlize Theron
Pizza Poppa
by: Bruce Campbell
Ultron (voice)
by: Ross Marquand
Memory Lane Salesperson (voice)
by: Andy Bale
by: Ako Mitchell
Hong Kong Master
by: Momo Yeung
London Master
by: Daniel Swain
Master Hamir
by: Topo Wresniwiro
by: Eden Nathenson
by: Vinny Moli
The Weasel
by: Charlie Norton
Young America Chavez
by: Aliyah Camacho
Elena Chavez
by: Ruth Livier
Amalia Chavez
by: Chess Lopez
Kamar-Taj Teacher
by: David Tse
Rag Tag #1
by: Yasmin Chadwick
Rag Tag #2
by: Anthony Knight
Shield Bearer #1
by: Nuakai Aru
Shield Bearer #2
by: Victoria Grove
NY Passerby 616
by: Joshua Peace
Doctor Strange Fan
by: Nina Jalava
Gargantos Fight Spectator #1
by: Joshmaine Joseph
Gargantos Fight Spectator #2
by: Yenifer Molina
Christine's Father
by: Kevin Dalton
Bio Room Staff #1
by: Orphee Sidibe
Bio Room Staff #2
by: Gregory Fung
by: Cecilia Appiah
Rag Tag Student
by: Victoria Sterling
Office Worker
by: Jordan Alexandra
Scared Woman #1
by: Bobbie Little
Scared Woman #2
by: Gabriella Cooper-Parsons
Sanctuary Guard
by: André Layne
Charlie's Best Man
by: Michael Waldron
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Bridget Hoffman
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Scott Spiegel
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Jessica Pennington
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Andrew Morgado
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Audrey Wasilewski
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Christian Rummel
Soul of the Damned (voice)
by: Richie Palmer

Member Reviews :

_Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness_ is dark, silly, and fan pleasing. The film is at is most bewitching when Sam Raimi can let his horror roots be showcased. It will satisfy horror and superhero film fans alike, but would have and could have been even better if Raimi was allowed to dive even further into the horror genre. Be sure to stay after the credits, as well. There are two after credits sequences with the final one being so absurdly on the nose for Sam Raimi that it may be the most entertaining part of the film. **Full review:**
  Chris Sawin
FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is undoubtedly one of the most unique installments in the MCU, thanks to Sam Raimi's distinctive visual style and his impressive ability to elude the Marvel formula by seriously venturing into the horror elements. Never has a film from the cinematic universe been so violent, bloody, and terrifying. Benedict Cumberbatch and especially Elizabeth Olsen carry the complex story about the multiverse through Michael Waldron's flawed screenplay. The balance between the various storylines could be better, America Chavez is just one MacGuffin to reach another MacGuffin, and the journey through the multiple universes only compensates for the mind-blowing visual effects. Some personal disappointment is associated with the cameos treatment and the lack of real-location filming. Overall, more was expected from what was supposed to be Phase Four's "big movie", but it's a solid entry into the top half of the franchise." Rating: B
Whilst I really did quite enjoy this - and it was great to be in a busy cinema again - it's really more of a testament to the skills of the VFX guys rather than to any of the writers. The story is really pretty thin with the engaging and confident Benedict Cumberbatch joining forces with the charismatic and feisty young Xochitl Gomez' "America" - a young lady who has been appearing in his dreams. Turns out, she can cross from one universe to another - and soon both are being sought by the mighty Elizabeth Olsen's "Wanda Maximoff" (surely a "Bond" girl?) who wants control of time so she can get back to her lost family, yada yada... Benedict Wong features sparingly, but always adds a little value as the "Sorcerer Supreme" and there are a few cameos from Charlize Theron and Sir Patrick Stewart to help prop up what is, admittedly, a pretty meagre second half. I think this multiverse strand could provide Marvel with the gift that keeps on giving, but they have got to tighten the pace up - two hours for this was just too long; the plot doesn't sustain it and though the combat scenes are nothing to the length in the "Avengers" movies; there is still far too much slack here. It does look and sound great on a big screen, though, and I am now warming to the star in the role (and his intuitive flying cape). Fun, but flawed.