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Doctor Strange: Cumberbatch Spellbinds in Wondrous Origin Story [Review]

Marvel Studios’ ever-growing cinematic universe continues to impress. After introducing audiences to The Avengers, the studio started to venture into the lesser-known territory of their comic book catalogue in hopes of reaching more than just fans of the superhero genre. Most recently, they won over general audiences with movies such as a space opera that featured a gun-toting, talking raccoon and a comedic heist with a man in a suit that could reduce him to the size of an ant. Now, Marvel Studios goes further down the rabbit hole with Doctor Strange, which introduces magic to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) leading the way as the Sorcerer Supreme, not only is Doctor Strange a dazzling psychedelic journey, but it is also the best Marvel Studios origin story since Iron Man.  

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First Dr. Strange Trailer & Poster Debut Starring Benedict Cumberbatch & Mads Mikkelsen

From Marvel Studios and director Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) comes Dr. Strange. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams, Michael Stuhlbarg, Scott Adkins, Amy Landecker and Mads Mikkelsen, the film is scheduled for theatrical release November 4, 2016.

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Zoolander 2: Genuinely Funny but Doesn’t Quite Live Up to The First One [Review]

I knew I was going to love this movie before I sat down to watch it. The original Zoolander was so funny that based on the trailer for the new one, I could have written this review beforehand and just filled in the details after.  And I was right – Zoolander 2 is all kinds of awesome but did it really live up to the first one?  Could it have? Continue reading Zoolander 2: Genuinely Funny but Doesn’t Quite Live Up to The First One [Review]