Doctor Strange's Women Are Better Deserving in the Madness Multiverse

Doctor Strange's Women Are Better Deserving in the Madness Multiverse ...

The following is a list of spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. However, these women are not only a triumph, but also a triumph, which includes: America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez), Wanda Maximoff, and Christine Palmer (Rachel McAdams). While viewing this film, you might think that when women on screen were mostly people. It is not a good look for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is over a decade old and has nearly 30 films

When America Chavez appeared in the opening sequence, it''s unlikely that America will become the villain. Unlike Doctor Stephen Strange, she''s useless, and her only hope is that she can activate her reality-hopping abilities, which is a huge deception to the character. Gomez does her best with the material she has given, but America is not a child in danger and only grows beyond that.

America being stripped of all of her comic book abilities (super-strength, flight, and super-speed) and having little control over her multiverse portal abilities makes this formidable character less likely to be a screaming MacGuffin. It''s all right that America''s queerness isnt established in her first introduction, because she is unconcerned about being a precocious and irreverent youngster with zero control over her powers. It''s no surprise that America Chavez was not expected to

The most horrific aspect of the film is Wanda''s portrayal, but rather Wanda''s portrayal is a caricature. This is not Wanda, but Wanda''s portrayal has evolved so much since then. This may be because Raimi never watched all of WandaVision, the film that informs Wanda who plays it. Raimi, however, remained the focus of Wanda''s suffering until now.

Wanda was initially referred to as a villain, but even then, Hydra''s actions fueled her outrage towards the Marvel Cinematic Universe by writing in a fatal error of judgment when she tried to save Steve Rogers and wounded civilians. Wanda was later imprisoned by her own team for it.

Wanda was never an out-and-out evil character because to her actions, regardless of how devastating they might be, and her actions were always based on a sense of hope. Wanda was slain for the death of her beloved Vision (Paul Bettany), and she had to kill him himself so she could imagine his killing again. He was found guilty of her crimes and was unable to take responsibility for the loss of his parents. After her death, Wanda was forced to confront the truth and disobey

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness sees its relevance. Wanda is seemingly corrupted by the Darkhold and is pure evil. However, Wanda and Earth-838 Stephen manifest the Eye of Agamotto''s hiding place? It''s difficult to distinguish between Wanda''s evil and Wanda''s evil, according to the Darkhold''s fundamental knowledge.

Wanda wants to be with her children and after discovering that she can possess a different variant in the multiverse, Wanda chooses murder to get her way. She terrorizes and attempts to kill America, kills Earth-838s Illuminati and does not begin with the lifelong trauma that Wanda will have to endure with.

Wanda in the film is perfectly defined by her maternal instincts, which is a regressive arc to pin on one of the few female Avengers in the film. Wanda was forced to come to terms with her grief and work through it. Instead of accepting closure and seeking real help, Wanda is forced to fall asleep while stewing in her own sadness. This is not the way to deal with mental health, as seen in Moon Knight.

The central premise of Wanda as an evil villain doesnt work, which harms the filma superhero story is only as strong as the villain theyre fighting. Wanda, however, is destined to be brainwashed into the assassin, the Winter Soldier, and she was on the verge of redemption, all of which she is ridiculed for selfish purposes.

Wanda''s being reduced to an evil menace undermines all of the work she has done since she began the franchise. As it stands, Wanda''s characterization is in place she makes a mistake, hurts people, gets hurt herself, and repeat. It''s a vicious cycle that was not certain yet, as the most famous book, House of M. Wandas, which she is presumed to be alive and alive, but does her no harm.

Christine Palmer, who has a much better arc in this film than in the first Doctor Strange, but it is also surprising to see it revisited in this film. In fact, Stephen is still obsessed with Christine and makes a commitment to her. It''s not the time or the place for this conversation to be rewritten by male writers.

Christine, who has most of the screen time in the film, is the Earth-838 variant. She is a scientist at the Baxter Foundation and ends up helping Stephen and America escape Wanda. Christine is unfavorable, but despite being extremely capable of being an idealist in the plot. Despite her excellent understanding of the sciences, Stephen feels a smooch.

In a film that reimagines the MCU gender debate by several decades, Christine creates a minor bright spark. However, Wanda enjoys the Illuminati. While Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic (Hayley Atwell) is in charge of the male heroes, Wanda escapes the rocky terrain in which the female protagonists are the first to go down in a fight, putting Wanda in the main character, but the trio makes the action memorable.

The resulting boss fight and half a character arc aren''t sufficient to help us improve the poor development of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It''s surprising that these characterizations were greenlit, especially since it now appears like Marvel may not have a strategy for whats next. Whats the significance of Wanda becoming a hero and discovering her true self if she is only going to be retraumatized over and over again? Why is every new female character that is not a

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