After what felt like an unfathomable length of time awaits, Marvel fans just have a couple of days left until Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness makes its premiere on the big screen across the world. Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen will take Doctor Stephen Strange and Wanda Maximoff on a crazy excursion all through alternate realities.

Previously being charged as one of the MCU's greatest solo films ever (a noteworthy accomplishment after last year's Spider-Man: No Way Home), Doctor Strange 2 will open the doorway to many characters from quite a while ago, present, and future franchises. Circling back to the greater part of twelve MCU projects dating as far as possible back to 2015's Avengers: Age of Ultron, this new experience has no absence of rushes on the way.

While fans are anticipating that this new excursion should break the box office in ordinary Marvel Studios style, more expectation is presently working to see the critics' thought process of it after the first viewings close by the world debut. Presently, those reviews begin to flow in as fans find out about what's in store from this dive into magical mayhem and madness.

The Critics Speak on Doctor Strange 2

Following the world debut event in Los Angeles, California, the first critic responses are coming on the web for Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Fandango's Erik Davis applauded the "Sam Raimi horror vibes" that come in this film because of its director, alongside composer Danny Elfman's score. Moreover, he gave Scarlet Witch star Elizabeth Olsen the MVP award for her performance:

"By far the creepiest, gnarliest, zaniest, most haunting & terrifying Marvel movie, Multiverse Of Madness definitely brings the Sam Raimi horror vibes, and I loved that about it. Danny Elfman’s music is a perfect fit for the film’s odd, mysterious tone & Elizabeth Olsen is MVP, IMO. I most enjoyed how ambitious #DoctorStrange is. How it swings for the fences & how it’s lighter on humor & leans more into the evil of it all. That’s where Raimi really has some fun. Ultimately a film about being pulled toward darkness & the fight to keep it from engulfing us"

ComicBook's Jenna Anderson laid it out plainly by saying that the film "rules" while calling it something that the MCU genuinely required and "absolutely a joyride to watch:"

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness rules. It’s inventive, truly weird, and absolutely a joyride to watch. I didn’t realize how much the MCU needed something like this. I will have so many more thoughts over at ComicBook very, very soon."

The Direct's Liam Crowley had blended responses to the movie "(throwing) a lot at the wall." He likewise commended Olsen's exhibition while referring to Xochitl Gomez his as "rockstar" and saying that Benedict Cumberbatch "feels like 'the anchor of the MCU'" all through the story:

"Doctor Strange throws a lot at the wall: some sticks (surprisingly simple narrative), some falls flat (mostly w/ CGI). Olsen crushes but Gomez is my rockstar. Cumberbatch reeeally feels like the “anchor of the MCU” throughout. Not perfect, but a worthwhile experience."

BroBible's Eric Italiano said that the new MCU sequel feels both like "a Sam Raimi film" and an investigation of Doctor Strange's everyday life, referring to it as "the MCU formula perfected:"

"Multiverse of Madness very much feels like both a Sam Raimi movie and a day in the life of Doctor Strange It’s the MCU formula perfected IMO: despite the franchise/multiversal implications and reveals, the film is very much self-contained and focused on its own story and style.

Multiverse of Madness does an incredible job of understanding what makes Doctor Strange so cool and capitalizing on those powers and flaws, in terms of visuals, plotting, and thematics. Classic MCU elements mixed with throwback superhero sequel arcs and legit horror tropes."

The Direct's Matt Roembke had inconceivably high acclaim for Doctor Strange 2, naming it "the most extraordinary Marvel film made." He saw the movie as an all-out rollercoaster ride from beginning to end, finishing up by saying that the Doctor Strange franchise is "completely unleashed."

"Multiverse of Madness is the most unbelievable Marvel movie ever made. All gas, no breaks. With every scene more shocking than the last. Marvel Studios shows they are not afraid to push every limit imaginable. The Doctor Strange franchise is completely unleashed."

Gizmodo's Germain Lussier referred to the sequel as ""the weirdest grossest Marvel movie yet" while condemning its "wildly disjointed" story:

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the weirdest, grossest Marvel movie yet. It’s wildly disjointed, partially on purpose, so it doesn’t always work but the horror, and especially Wanda, work incredibly well. Plus wow. What huge surprises."

Yahoo Entertainment's Kevin Polowy referred to the film as "absolutely nuts" and shared how bad-to-the-bone and easygoing fans will respond to seeing what occurs:

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is absolutely nuts. Absolutely mad you might say. Hardcore fans are going to bug. Casual fans are gonna go WTF am I watching? But don’t know if anyone will deny it’s Sam Raimi to the max, and Elizabeth Olsen owns it from start to finish."

Variety's Courtney Howard commended Gomez, Olsen, and Cumberbatch for their performances and saw a lot of "entertaining sequences" from beginning to end:

"Doctor Strange is filled with hugely entertaining sequences, character-driven heft & kaleidoscopic, trippy visuals. Xochitl Gomez is a scene stealer. Elizabeth Olsen owns. Benedict Cumberbatch, superb. Doubles as a good entry point for Beginners Horror. Has Raimi signature."

The New York Times' Siddhant Adlakha appreciated the amount Raimi did something worth remembering and referred to the whole film as "delightfully silly:"

"Doctor Strange is delightfully silly. Pleasant surprise: the best, most fun bits are all distinctively Sam Raimi."

Variety's Clayton Davis was excited that the Marvel fandom "finally got their horror movie," teasing that fans will have their psyches blown with this new story:

"Welp! Marvel fans finally got their horror movie. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a dark & wildly imaginative creation from the twisted and brilliant mind of Sam Raimi. Dug the hell out of it. Study up on your comic book knowledge...Superhero fans will lose their faces!"

The Direct's Jack McBryan shared a rundown of his viewpoints, adulating the film's "incredibly creative uses of magic" while conceding that Marvel conveyed a "surprisingly small and contained story" around Strange and Wanda:

"Multiverse of Madness thoughts:

1. This movie is action-packed with incredibly creative uses of magic throughout.

2. Strange's character arc throughout his past few movies is expanded upon expertly.

3. Some really fantastic horror moments, loved the "light horror" direction.

4. Sam Raimi's style shines throughout, with some uses of the camera and editing I have never seen before.

5. Surprisingly small and contained story, in a good way. This is not an "Avengers level" movie, it is a tight and well-paced story about Strange and Wanda."

The Direct's Julia Delbel saw a lot to appreciate in Doctor Strange 2, focusing a light on Rachel McAdams' Christine Palmer in her post. She additionally made it clear to fans that WandaVision is fundamental viewing to grasp Wanda's excursion all the more completely in this film.

"There's a lot to like about Multiverse of Madness. Doctor Strange has a great arc. Xochitl Gomez kills it as America Chavez and Christine Palmer is utilized better than in the first.But as for the element I was most anticipating (and most nervous about) - Wanda - well....

I know Disney made their list but I'm gonna tell you right now you don't need to watch What If or No Way Home to get Multiverse of Madness. WandaVision on the other hand is ESSENTIAL viewing to the point that the MoM experience will be very different for those having not seen it"

Collider's Perri Nemiroff was excited to see that Marvel conveyed its most memorable thriller, guaranteeing fans that Sam Raimi's impact radiates on-screen:

"Doctor Strange: MARVEL MADE A HORROR MOVIE! It's weird, scary and earns the title 'Multiverse of Madness.' If you were at all concerned this movie wouldn't feel Sam Raimi enough, fear not! I can't imagine a more Sam Raimi MCU film. My genre loving heart is bursting right now."

Film critic Paul McGuire Grimes offered acclaim for Olsen and Raimi, yet conceded that a portion of the plot felt "disjointed and chaotic"

"Marvel takes a BIG swing with Doctor Strange. Elizabeth Olsen absolutely delivers and Raimi has his stamp all over it, but there’s a disjointed and chaotic rush to it."

The Salt Lake Tribune's Sean P. Implies adored the way that Marvel lets its directors "make *their* kind of film," saying that it worked "beautifully" with Sam Raimi on Doctor Strange 2:

"First thoughts on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness: I like that Marvel is hiring directors to make *their* kind of movie — and where it didn't work out great with Chloe Zhao in "Eternals," it works beautifully with Sam Raimi here. Good mix of Marvel and horror."

Cinema Blend's Sean O'Connell saw Marvel taking "huge swings with enormous stakes" in Doctor Strange 2, commending Raimi for conveying a horror movie inside the MCU:

"Well, Doctor Strange is MASSIVE Marvel storytelling. Huge swings with enormous stakes. Raimi brings horror to the MCU, with dark twists and morbid turns. It’s full spectacle, and fully in line with the oddity of the STRANGE comics. Ambitious and breathtaking."

A lot of Positivity for Doctor Strange Sequel

While not every one of the reviews for Doctor Strange 2 case it to be awesome, there appear to be a lot of critics who endorse how Marvel Studios is doing Doctor Strange and the MCU's magical side of narrating. 

Doctor Strange, Wanda Maximoff, and America Chavez all acquired a lot of high comments for their singular storylines, and apparently, the horror energy is fitting flawlessly into the MCU legacy.

More so than anything, it's turning out to be totally clear that Sam Raimi made a movie that was really his, even while working it into a franchise that is utilized many different directors before. His ability with the horror genre and his involvement in the Spider-Man set of three set him up impeccably to make an extraordinary MCU film, and apparently, he achieved something even past that grand objective.

As the film inches nearer to its global premiere this end of the week, these reviews just add another degree of promotion to all that fans were at that point feeling throughout recent weeks. The story's spoilers have remained intact after the first screenings, and presently, it's the ideal opportunity for the following Marvel Studios theatrical film to establish its banner in the always far-reaching MCU legacy.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will premiere in cinemas on May 6.

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