Posted: November 19, 2016 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Andrew Garfield, Andrew Knight, Benedict Cumberbatch, C. Robert Cargill, Desmond Doss, Doctor Strange, Hacksaw Ridge, Hugo Weaving, Jon Spaihts, Mads Mickelson, Mel Gibson, Michael Stuhlbarg, Nathan Buzolic, Rachel Griffiths, Rachel McAdams, Robert Schenkkan, Sam Worthington, Scott Derrickson, Teresa Palmer, Tilda Swanton, Vince Vaughn | 1 Comment »
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Two films have opened of late with heroes who tune into spiritual forces for guidance in their lives, forces outside the natural world around us.
The first is Doctor Strange, the latest, for those of you who have moved to Mars, Marvel comic book hero, a Rodney Dangerfield of a character because he never gets any respect from devoted Marvel readers. When they muse over why this movie may not be quite as good as others in the canon, they sigh and tend to say, well, he only appeared in the back of the comic, you know.
And they are to some degree correct in their assessment. Certainly Doctor Strange the film doesn’t come up to the level of the original Iron Man or some of the X-Men movies. But it’s not as bad as they claim either. Read the rest of this entry »