Maybe. Who am I to judge?
So I was never super into the Doctor Strange comics. The only time I ever encountered him was through his interaction with Spider-man.
I wasn’t planning on checking it out, but then I had some friends want to watch it and we did. Let’s see, what did I think of it:
First of all let’s talk about the most awful thing in the film-Benedict Cumberbatch’s American accent.
It was so weird. I mean I know what he really sounds like from his other shows, so hearing him try to be “American” was so hard and made it impossible to get into the film fully.
The other issue I had with the film was the visual effects. I know everyone loves CGI and they love the crazy things they do in her. But I have really bad vision, really bad. So whenever things get blurry or moving everywhere it gives me such a bad headache and makes it difficult for me to get into it.
Then we had the character.
I felt the story was really boring and something we’ve seen again and again. An egomaniac who has no time for anyone and does all kinds of great things; then he gets injured and can no longer do what he did before; he goes on a big journey of self-discovery; and becomes a new person. It wasn’t bad, I just felt this plot was overdone.
For me I just found the whole thing to be:
It’s not the worst Marvel film, but definitely not one of the best (to me).
To start Horrorfest VI from the beginning, go to One of Our Guests is a Werewolf, I Know It.: The Beast Must Die (1974)
For the previous post, go to Sometimes, Dead is Better: Pet Sematary (1989)
For more superheroes, go to The Cruel Giggling Ghoul: Teen Titans Go (2016)
For more on Benedict Cumberbatch, go to Fan-do or Fan-don’t. There is No Fan-try
For more on magic, go to Those Aren’t Men They Are the Living Dead: White Zombie (1932)