Madness in Marvel: “I love you in every universe.”

Noor Osmany '24, Contributing Writer

It’s finally here! Dr. Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness hit theaters on May 6 and is one of the most popular movies in theaters now. 

In Dr. Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, Dr. Strange is launched into the madness when he meets a girl by the name of America, who can travel through the multiverse. When Strange finds out that America is being hunted by someone who’s trying to steal her powers, he helps America to fight back and find confidence in herself and her abilities. 

The movie follows Stephan Strange and Wanda Maximof as they try to battle and recover from their grief and losses. And the acronym M.O.M is no coincidence. If you’ve watched the Marvel series WandaVision, (which I recommend you watch before watching Dr. Strange 2), you know that Wanda is the mom anyone would be lucky to have. She is also the mom who would do anything to be with her family, and I mean, anything. That’s all I’ll say about that.

This movie kept me on the edge of my seat for the entirety of the two hours. I laughed, I cried, and I nearly jumped out of my seat in excitement. Although I feel that there were a couple of missed opportunities that Marvel didn’t add to the movie, I still loved the story. 

If you’re looking for a movie that has it all, Multiverse of Madness was made for you. I one hundred percent recommend this movie, even if you aren’t a Marvel fan.