Looking like a combination of "Batman Begins" and Leonardo Dicaprio's "Inception", the art of mysticism took a new dimension when mixed with science.
Not only because I grew up reading the marvel comics and liked the character 'Strange' a lot but the infusion of mystic arts and variables of energy got to me.
So, what did I do? I found a guy willing to go on a date with me, stormed the cinema armed with a bucket of popcorn and hotdog, ready to be blown away.
Was I? Well, maybe. Looking like a combination of "Batman Begins" and Leonardo Dicaprio's "Inception", the art of mysticism took a new dimension when mixed with science. I was enthralled and so were the others in the cinema.
The movie was also infused with a bit of mischievous humour which was great. My favourite part, however, was when Chiwetel Ejiofor gave Benedict Cumberbatch (Strange) the wifi password in a monastery.
Least I forget, the cinematography was so on point! Special effects, lighting, texturing and the visual storytelling of the different dimensions that exists was lit. Or it could just be the Imax experience?
Anyways, Strange's super power in the movie is very relatable as he had no super power at all except a photographic mind. Most of what he did the supporting casts could too.
He couldn't get to be with his love interest, Rachel McAdams, (not surprising as all marvel productions are like that).
All in all, it was a great movie, definitely enjoyable on 3D. I'll rate it a three over five.