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Strange In The
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THIS STORY CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR "Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness."


As of the publication of this article, the "Doctor Strange" sequel stands at 77% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 89% of audience members reported enjoying the film. However, amidst the praise, there are several issues with the film that seem to have largely been ignored.
Marvel reportedly reshot aspects of the sequel to include more cameos, in an effort to capitalize on the cameo success of “No Way Home.” However, they failed to make the cameos essential to the plot, and in the end, it amounted to nothing more than John Krasinski in a Halloween costume and a multi-verse version of Professor X that fans have zero emotional connection to.
Pointless Cameos
Strange’s presence in his own sequel film is overshadowed by the pure powerhouse that is Wanda Maximoff. By the time his character developing arc pays off in its climax, his journey has been usurped by Wanda's maddening quest to find a home in a universe where she has a family.
It's Scarlet Witch's Film
While the "Doctor Strange" sequel is receiving praise for Sam Raimi's direction, technical efforts, and Elizabeth Olsen's performance, it's hard to overlook the fact that its story really doesn't make any sense. Wanda and America solve their own problems and for all Strange's efforts, he's left standing on the sidelines simply glad that things worked out in the end.
Weak Story