But then the second half rolls around and Mrs Miracle gets stuck in an unhappy rut before recovering for its entertaining finale. The show takes all of Kamala’s youthful energy as a Pakistani-American teenager finding her voice in Jersey City and hides it behind an ancient tale of strange archaeological discoveries, family histories and a group of comical beings who are somehow even more obscure and lifeless than the eternals . If Mrs Miracle let his children be children, it decided. When the adults and their silly problems emerged, things ground to a halt. Hopefully that’s a lesson Marvel’s Phase 5 learned in time for Kamala’s return this year The wonders. – Alec Boyalad
8. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
Directed by Sam Raimi – Making his first Marvel-based movie since 2007 (pre-MCU) Spiderman 3 – Doctor Strange im Multiverse of Madness lives up to its title in every way. This is a wild ride through a deliciously weird, often wacky house of mirrors known as the multiverse, full of mind-bending moments, trippy twists and a handful of genuine surprises. It’s also a Marvel-style Sam Raimi horror film: demons, monsters, reanimated corpses, jump scares, doppelgangers, and supernatural manifestations fill the frame as Raimi dashes from scene to scene with barely a breath.
Yes, the plot erupts in fits and starts, and Multiverse of Madness has a frantic feel, on the brink of losing control, racing to its next set piece while the rest of us catch up. At times, the film also violently stops for a jarring exposure dump before picking up again. But Raimi leans heavily on comic book images and Multiverse of Madness might be the most outspoken comic book film in the entire MCU yet, throwing its more bizarre aspects against the wall in often chaotic but also delightfully weird ways.
Benedict Cumberbatch is now comfortable in his fifth MCU outing as Strange, but best acting honors go to Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda/Scarlet Witch, bringing palpable grief to a woman who’s lost her berth, but also one of the most powerful of creatures the world is universe. And kudos to the Illuminati game members — John Krasinski as Reed Richards, Lashana Lynch as Captain Marvel, Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Hayley Atwell as Captain Carter, and Patrick Stewart as Professor X — for beaming into a sequence that Marvel- Fans had ‘heads exploding. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It doesn’t always land right and occasionally jumps its own tracks, but it also embraces its weirdness with vigor and abandon, and is perhaps the MCU’s craziest entry yet. – Don Kay
7. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Ryan Coogler never made it Black Panther sequel he intended. After star Chadwick Boseman’s tragic death in 2020, that was impossible. What’s remarkable about it Wakanda forever, so it’s not that it was made, but that it became such a bittersweet love letter to Boseman’s brief but enduring legacy. The sorrow radiated by the cast and crew in this sequel is palpable as fictional characters across the nation of Wakanda mourn the loss of their King T’Challa as much as Boseman’s on-screen associates.
But in the Black Panther actor’s absence, Coogler and company build a true ensemble play in which characters who previously underpinned T’Challa’s story now take center stage. Together, they forge their own dynamic story while building the most compelling version of MCU geopolitics since the early Iron Man films. Letitita Wright as the angry Shuri, Lupita Nyong’o as the more cautious but grieving Nakia, and most notably Angela Bassett as Ramonda, the royal queen who has lost everything, each leave an indelible mark. In fact, Bassett could win an Oscar for her wildest monologue.
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