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Scott Derrickson co-writes and directs this mystical adventure based on the Marvel Comics character. Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Doctor Stephen Strange, an ill-tempered and self-centred neurosurgeon whose professional life is ruined when his hands are severely damaged in a car crash and he is left unable to operate. Undefeated, Doctor Strange sets out to find a cure and encounters the Ancient One (Tilda Swinton), who has the power to restore his hands and tutor him and others in the magic arts, in the hope of producing the next Sorcerer Supreme. With the help of fellow student Karl Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor), Doctor Strange must put his new-found powers to good use as the sudden arrival from an alternate dimension of corrupted sorcerer Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) spreads terror throughout the city of New York. The cast also includes Rachel McAdams, Michael Stuhlbarg and Benedict Wong.
- Bildformat : Okänd
- Produkten har slutat tillverkas : Nej
- Produktens mått : 0.7 x 7.4 x 4.6 cm; 90 Gram
- Artikelnummer : BUY0274101
- Medieformat : PAL, Blu-ray
- Körtid : 1 timme och 55 minuter
- Skådespelare : Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen
- Dubbade: : Hindi
- Språk : Engelska (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : Walt Disney Studios Home Ent.
- ASIN : B01MDQN6TS
- Ursprungsland : Polen
- Antal skivor : 1
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My son owns all of the Marvel films on 4K and to be honest we thought that Dr Strange was the best movie and I don't mean picture quality, for me it was nice to actually follow a film with a great story rather than just constant CGI like the other films, it was certainly a great introduction to a Super Hero and I think more films will come with this character especially as Iron Man/Captain America have now finished, Benedict Cumberbatch is a fine actor and this movie shows it.
My only gripe is that it didn't produce a great soundtrack unlike the other Marvel films in fact only Shining Star from Earth Wind & Fire was the only one.
Great film with a magnificent cast to match.
You should be able to get into this without having seen any other films from the studio. Although if you're reading this, then you probably have seen them.
Stephen Strange [Benedict Cumberbatch] is a brilliant neurosurgeon. The kind of person who can rub others up the wrong way. But there is at least one lady who will stick by him.
But his world changes following a car crash, when as a result he can no longer use his hands as he did before. Stripped of purpose, a desperate search for a cure leads him into the realms of magic. Where he has a lot to learn. And where a deadly threat to humanity awaits..
As a character story, this is great. Strange could be arrogant and unlikeable, but the writing and acting never take him that far, and thus he is a person you can find appealing at times and have a lot of sympathy for.
It gives you a good origin story, taking him on a good character journey learning a lot on the way.
And the direction is very nicely done at times, with some incredibly eye catching visuals that you won't forget in a hurry.
It's not quite a five star film, because the villain of the piece never quite comes to life that much as a character. And some may find the visuals and the style just not to their taste.
But if you don't have that problem with it, then you will like this a lot. Another good film from a studio who do know what they're doing.
There is one extra scene during the middle of the end credits. And one right at the very end.
The dvd has the following language and subtitle options:
Languages: English, Hindi, Spanish.
Subtitles: English, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic,. Norwegian, Portugese, Spanish, Swedish.
It is also English audio captioned.
The disc begins with an advert and then a trailer, which you can skip via the next button on the dvd remote.
Said trailer is as ever visible in the sneak peeks section of the disc anyhow.
There are no extras on the disc whatsoever.
Its a story of transformation, both personal and global. It links our new hero in with the wider MCU tale of the Infinity Stones and follow up Avenger films.
Some outstanding eyebulging visuals, great mystical philosophies, dark V light, and fab interpretations of classical Marvel characters.
The story holds together well enough but not totally convinced with some line deliveries or Dr Strange's arc from totally self absorbed nepatistic overbearing demigod status to universal keeper of the Time Stone. His transformation hardly goes through much of a harsh journey to get there. However, Strange's character has plenty of room to develop with a cameo appearance in Thor 3, and pivitol role in Avengers Infinity War and End Game.
Whilst very much being a typical MCU origin story template, Doctor Strange is definitely one of the strongest and most underrated instalments in the universe. We spend enough time with Strange at the beginning to get to know what his character is like before the accident which makes his arc more engaging as the story progresses, it is very much in the same vein as Iron Man but I think Doctor Strange takes a more personal and focused approach. We see how much time progresses as Strange tries attempt after attempt to heal his hands before he himself is broken, then in Kamar-Taj we see him build himself back up again.
What really makes this film standout amongst the crowd is the visual design and CGI effects, they are still jaw-dropping to this day and easily the MCU’s creative high point. There are so many memorable sequences thanks to this, the highlight being Strange’s first trip through the multi-verse which is captures the style of the comics so perfectly I can’t help but grin and just look in awe of the trippy, beautiful yet also nightmare fuel blast of colours that barrage your senses. The astral projection hospital punch up. The New York action scene that puts some of Inception to shame with it’s labyrinthine constantly rotating and spinning platforms and the finale is one of the more unique in the MCU with the rewind street fight and the instantly quotable - “Dormammu, I’ve come to bargain.” scene.
From a technical perspective there is some excellent cinematography and detailed set design that captures the mystique and otherworldly nature of Kamar-Taj. The pacing can feel a bit rushed at times and but the film mostly is consistent through the 2 hour runtime. The score has its moments but unfortunately isn’t as epic or memorable as other MCU instalments.
Benedict Cumberbatch is brilliant as Strange, he looks page to screen perfect. He captures the arrogance and cockiness of the character and later in the film the more sympathetic and selfless sides as well. Tilda Swinton is good as the Ancient One, she gives a unflinching, calm and mysterious performance and has a great screen presence. Unfortunately Kaecilius isn’t a very memorable villain but Mads Mikkelsen gives a suitably remorseless performance and Dormammu could have also done with more of a presence and personality and yes I know it’s a nitpick but why couldn’t they use his flame head from the comics instead of a generic CGI face? Chiwitel Ejiofor, Bendedict Wong & Rachel McAdams are strong in their supporting roles, but unfortunately the latter doesn’t really get much to do in the main plot, she and Cumberbatch have good chemistry but their relationship is never really developed. Also like with a lot of the MCU, the humour is hit and miss and is slightly awkward and overused here at times.
Though very much a familiar origin story formula Doctor Strange is a very entertaining and strong instalment to the MCU. Visually incredible at times with sequences that set a high bar for the sequel to live up to, well shot fight choreography and strong performances. Though the mostly forgettable antagonists and some awkward humour do let it down, this is still an excellent sci-fi, fantasy romp that really shows the multi-dimensional scale and potential for the character.