The second chapter of the 3rd phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has just hit theaters. In this review I’ll be giving my thoughts and opinions on the newest addition to the MCU, Doctor Strange.
I’m glad to say that once again, Marvel didn’t disappoint me. It s another great super hero origin story. It tells the story of Steven Strange, a very conceited and arrogant doctor whose like is turned upside down when he gets into a bad car accident that causes severe damage to his hands, thus unable to preform on patients.
In a desperate attempt to fix his hands he travels to the east side of the world in search of someone who can help him get him back to where he wants to be. It’s with this meeting that he learns knowledge beyond his understanding.
Let me just say that, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton, and the rest of the actors all did a great job. They seemed very believable in the roles they played and for the most part it seemed like you could relate to a few of them.
Some of the themes that I got from this movie are, learning to be humble, and to learn to expand your mind and be open to learning new things. In the beginning of the movie Steve Strange was just another arrogant doctor who with only a certain way of thinking. After his accident and his time in the tempthe learns to humble himself and starts to realize that there is more to the universe than his on narrow way of thinking.
On a scale of 1-10 I give Doctor Strange a 10. I definitely recommend seeing this movie, it’s worth the money and you won’t be disappointed.