It utilizes its characters well enough to not need a globe-trotting adventure plot or potential apocalyptic stakes, and, like the series, it’s a delight.
Emergency approaches the intensity of the subject matter with a gentle and outright impressive balance between making its points and being an adrenaline-pumping joyride.
The action, and the humor, are enough to help anyone new to ‘90s animation enjoy the ride as it was intended, while allowing die-hard fans and older viewers a chance to enjoy some big laughs.
What's unequivocally the best thing about Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness is that it's a comic book movie that has Sam Raimi's fingerprints all over it...
Memory feels closer in thematic spirit to an episode of Law and Order: SVU than a stock action/revenge thriller.
[T]his latest visit with the Crawleys is a well-earned sequel that takes chances and still leaves its fans either smiling or with tears in their eyes.
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