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MOVIE REVIEW: We make an appointment with 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness'

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Having directed the original Spider-Man trilogy, Sam Raimi is no stranger to comic-book flicks. And the Evil Dead helmer was the perfect choice to replace Scott Derrickson behind the camera for Doctor Strange’s second solo outing.

This time around Benedict Cumberbatch’s Strange has to deal with a deadly opponent that not only threatens our Earth but hundreds of other versions of our planet across the multiverse.

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The pace is frenetic and the script barely pauses for breath, however it’s a credit to the cast that they still find time to give us the feels - especially Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda .

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