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Review | Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness | 2022

In some ways, we've reached a point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that feels like if you've seen one of these things, you've seen them all. We are now in the so-called fourth phase of the MCU, which has been a decidedly mixed bag, but there have been some bright spots in the form of Eternals  and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings . When Marvel focuses on a standalone story that doesn't feel like an extended trailer for the inevitable next installment, interesting things tend to happen.  Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness  has a foot firmly planted in both camps, as it brings some much needed directional flair to the MCU courtesy of Sam Raimi, while remaining frustratingly confined by the needs the overarching franchise. Raimi is no stranger to Marvel, of course, having directed the original Spider-Man  trilogy 20 years ago, and he breathes some much needed life into the tried and true Marvel formula. The problem is that so much of the film's emot

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