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Marvel's Doctor Strange (2016) (Blu-Ray)
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There, he meets the Ancient One, played by Tilda Swinton, who is a guru/sorcerer. Strange becomes a sort of monk/follower and learns to move between dimensions. Like Tony Stark, Strange discovers humility and develops special powers which allow him to manipulate time and matter. While being taught by the Ancient One, he decides to use his abilities for the greater good. This is an entertaining movie with an excellent cast. It also makes a refreshing change of subject matter for superhero movies. The special effects are spectacular.
Either way, this is a good watch, it is amazing to look at and a very curious chapter in the MCU.
Dr. Stephen Strange is a brilliant and gifted -- and of course, obnoxiously arrogant -- world-famous neurosurgeon. One night, he has a serious accident in his car, one that should have killed him (don't use your onboard computer system and drive, kids!). His life is saved, but his hands were crushed. Doctors put his hands back together, but he is plagued by nerve damage and a tremor in his hands, and physical therapy isn't doing enough for him, so he begins to seek alternative forms of therapy, expending his life's fortune as he tries to claw his way back to his profession.
His search leads him to the mystical temple of Kamar-Taj. Not surprisingly, Strange is frustrated by the pace of learning that is presented to him, and he chafes impatiently at his teachers' guidance, too focused on returning to his life in New York City to see the opportunity that is being offered.
Strange eventually plays a key role in the "Infinity War" storyline, so it is worth watching this film just to understand his role in that, as well as his appearance in the "Thor" movies. But it also stands alone as an entertaining entry in the MU.