Dr. Stephen Strange's (Benedict Cumberbatch) life changes after a car accident robs him of the use of his hands. When traditional medicine fails him, he looks for healing, and hope, in a mysterious enclave. He quickly learns that the enclave is at the front line of a battle against unseen dark forces bent on destroying realit...more
Dr. Stephen Strange's (Benedict Cumberbatch) life changes after a car accident robs him of the use of his hands. When traditional medicine fails him, he looks for healing, and hope, in a mysterious enclave. He quickly learns that the enclave is at the front line of a battle against unseen dark forces bent on destroying reality. Before long, Strange is forced to choose between his life of fortune and status or leave it all behind to defend the world as the most powerful sorcerer in existence. less
“A perfect blend of visuals & content, this cinematic experience stays with you”
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We live in a truly remarkable age. One can go to the cinema to watch a movie whose protagonist is a Dr. Strange, villain is Dormammu, visuals are psychedelic and not bat an eye at the absurdity of it all. Not only that, everything I’ve mentioned above is actually considered awesome by the vast majority watching it. I love it. Just as much as I love the movie Dr. Strange. It’s Marvel at its very strangest, and it seems that’s where Marvel truly belongs. Dr. Strange beautifully blurs the line between good and evil, with most of its characters, including its protagonist Dr. Stephen Strange all having shades of grey to their character. With some excellent, mind boggling CGI to boot, this one of the few films you won’t regret putting those bothersome 3D glasses on for.
Dr. Stephen Strange is a brilliant surgeon who only takes nigh impossible cases. It helps him feed his ego and advance his career. The only person he seemingly cares for is Dr. Christine Palmer, and he doesn’t even treat her all the nicely. His fall from grace is a spectacular one, as he crashes his car in the mountainside and his hands, the reason why he’s one of the best doctors in the world, get crushed. After bankrupting himself looking for some way to fix them, he decides to take the advice one of his rejected patients, Pangborn, and travel to Nepal, looking for a place called Kamar Taj, where the gurus are said to have miraculous cures. What he finds is the very opposite of everything he believes in, the very science he based his livelihood on is turned upside down, and there’s an evil lurking just where the eye can’t see.
Dr. Strange is a must watch. If you’re a Marvel fan, then it’s a must watch twice. It’s visuals alone will leave one with their jaw on the floor. This kind of magic has not been seen in cinema since the Harry Potter series ended. The plot is a little simplistic, but Benedict Cumberbatch’ excellent performance masks that so well, that it won’t strike your mind unless you really give it some thought. You’re really not going to regret watching this one.