Master of the mystic artsNovember 13, 2016 | 12:04 | Written by: snake911
Went and saw Doctor Strange yesterday and very much liked what I saw. It was funny to see Benedict Cumberbatch taking the Hugh Laurie school of British person speaking with an American accent by speaking as deep and low as your voice can go to mask any overarching sounding vowels that may come out of his mouth.
Like all of the other Marvel movies, it contains all what you'd expect out of one: lots of action, good vs evil, fate of the world is a stake, and sarcastic remarks a plenty when the music stops. Really, it has become comfort food for the average moviegoer such as myself.
Like you can see from the trailers and commercials, the trippy special effects borrow heavily from Inception, which was directed by Christopher Nolan, who also made the Dark Knight series of films for DC. Interesting to see how both sides tend to get inspiration from the others side; likewise how the Justice League is doing for its series of upcoming films.
I like how I'm getting filled in with all of the unknown characters I saw while playing Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3. When I originally played it, I had no clue who the heck Rocket Raccoon was until Guardians of the Galaxy came out. And now the back story for Doctor Strange is fleshed out with this latest Marvel film. Next, we should have Marvel shed some light on this Nova fellow. He looks like he has an interesting story.
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