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Marvels Dr Strange

When famous neurosurgeon Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) suffers career-ending injuries in a devastating car crash, he seeks help in the furthest reaches of the world! Hoping to find cures for his injuries, Strange instead uncovers the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions. Witness the doctor’s abilities in the trailer below.

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Marvel: Dr Strange
In Cinemas:  October 27 2016

Directors: Scott Derrickson
Writing Credits:
Scott Derrickson … (screenplay) &
C. Robert Cargill … (screenplay)
Jon Spaihts … (story by) and
Scott Derrickson … (story by) &
C. Robert Cargill … (story by)
Steve Ditko … (comic book)

 

 

CAST:
Rachel McAdams … Christine Palmer
Benedict Cumberbatch … Dr. Stephen Strange
Mads Mikkelsen … Kaecilius
Tilda Swinton … The Ancient One
Benedict Wong … Wong

 

One comment

  1. Well last night we had a chance to watch the latest in the Marvel creations on the big screen, Doctor Strange.
    Wasn’t entirely sure on what to expect from this one as although I’m a huge Marvel fan, I hadn’t really been into the Doctor Strange side of it all. But, I’ve never disliked a Marvel movie so I was pretty damn sure I wasn’t about to start now.

    The movie bloody brilliant, from the cinematics to the comedy that we have come to know and love from the Marvel movies.
    Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Stephen Strange was nothing short of brilliant. The arrogant surgeon with an over inflated ego, who goes on a mind blowing journey to heal himself was portrayed to perfection and I really don’t think anyone could have played it quite as well.
    Tilda Swinton’s first appearance in the film had me thinking…nooooooo it’s the White Witch, but that was soon blown out of the window as she nailed the roll of The Ancient One perfectly.

    There was a tonne of comic release, sometimes at particularly serious moments but it all just flowed from start to finish for me.

    If you enjoy your Marvel as much as both Mark and I do, then definately get along and see it on the big screen, but make sure you do it in 3D as I promise it’s worth it. The effects and action scenes just wouldn’t have the same visual dynamics without them and trust me when I say, the effects are just freakin awesome.

    It’s always funny going to a Marvel movie though and seeing the fans from the plain movie goers. Those who love Marvel know that at the end of the movie, there is an ‘extra’ and are always astonished by those who leave what we deem early.
    Might just have to go see this one again I feel

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