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Do you think Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness is a good sequel to Doctor Strange (2016)?

Do you think Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness is a good sequel to Doctor Strange (2016)?

Yes, it naturally follows

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No, it doesn't have enough to do with it

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Yes, it naturally follows

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Joshua Russo
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Joshua Russo

Yeah, it's not a direct sequel, but it still feels like a sequel to the first one, it feels like how Days of Future Past followed First Class, plenty of things happened in between those 2 movies but they are still following the same characters and themes.

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

I think the film and its central question "Are you happy?" is actually the MOST logical next story for Dr. Strange. I'm not sure I'd think this the most logical next step if it had released somewhere in '17 or '18. But, given all the wacky hijinks Stephen has gotten into since, it oddly grounds him.

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

Despite not continuing the mordo stuff its a good follow up because its much darker and weirder than the first film and i liked exploring strange's character by contrasting him with the choices his variants made.

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Brian Klein
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Brian Klein

I loved every minute of it.

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No, it doesn't have enough to do with it

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NICOLAS GARCIA
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NICOLAS GARCIA

Visually, it's absolutely masterful. Visuals, action, cinematography, and performances are perfect. The story and writing does not compliment those things and film suffers fundamentally with regressing and repeating arcs (Wanda). Also between Mordo and Christine it seems we have a movie missing.

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Justin Hayes
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Justin Hayes

I’m on the fence, but I think no. I think you miss too much in-between if you go from one to the next

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Eric Cope
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Eric Cope

It's more of a sequel to WandaVision than Dr Strange. There's a lot that doesn't even get mentioned that takes place between the 1st and 2nd films.

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Who would be a more effective Santa Claus? Mario or Sonic

Who would be a more effective Santa Claus? Mario or Sonic

Mario

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Sonic

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Mario

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

Mario got pipes, the bod, and isn’t an edge-lord.

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VideoGameSecrets
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VideoGameSecrets

Sonic just wouldn’t make sense. Mario has had more experience in the snow, he is jolly, and he has a Santa Claus suit, as seen in Mario Odyssey and Mario Kart Tour. And, Santa with a Wing Cap? That would be frickin awesome!

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Sonic

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Jedi Knight
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Jedi Knight

He actually has experience in the field.

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Braden
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Braden

Hands down, he'd be able to get gifts to houses in no time

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What is now the better modern movie about Batman's early days?

What is now the better modern movie about Batman's early days?

The Batman

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Batman Begins

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The Batman

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Mutale Mwananshiku
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Mutale Mwananshiku

The Batman because I like how he goes through an arc from focusing on vengeance to being a symbol of hope. It shows the contrast to what batman was like in his early days and what he'll become. In Begins after he returns to Gotham he knows what he wants to achieve and doesn't change from that

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VideoGameSecrets
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VideoGameSecrets

Batman Begins is more of an origin story. I like more of Batman’s early days, but not, like, his first day ever. And I think this movie is less boring. It’s my favorite Batman movie ever.

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Batman Begins

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Spencer Nielsen
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Spencer Nielsen

The Batman is new, and cool, but Batman Begins is definitive.

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Adam Stewart
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Adam Stewart

I think this movie moreso had an engaging personality for Bruce & a engaging interesting look (even if I feel like later movies didn't have it look as engaging) world around him. I feel like almost all the characters work more in this movie than The Batman.

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