Doctor Strange Into the Multiverse of Madness just hit theaters, and despite its impressive box office start, reviews are starting to be mixed. From the disappointment with the lack of cameos as originally promised and the lack of buy-in to the horrifying paw of Sam Raimithis could be one of the most controversial startups in the universe Marvel.
Phase 4 had many ups and downs: The Eternals suffered the worst public reaction in the history of the mcu with a disastrous score on Rotten Tomatoes (47%)while Spider-Man: No Way Home topped the box office a month later before ending its run at almost $1.8 billion in worldwide revenue. After a positive start, Multiverse of Madness is starting to be divisive among MCU fans.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness officially received a B+ rating from CinemaScore – tied for the second-worst rating in MCU movie history (Thor in 2011 who had a B+). The lowest score is of Eternals with a B. In comparison, the first film Weird was awarded an A while No Way Home got an A+ and Morbius a C+.
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