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Eric Brainard 6 months ago
Why did Marvel & Lionsgate end the Marvel Animation deal. It was sad, made good films.
Michael Cole almost 5 years ago
A decent animated film for one the most underrated superheroes of all time.
Ricky Penick almost 6 years ago
too much origin, not enough action. Weak animation even for Marvel.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
If the live action Doctor Strange movie is anything like this, we are in for a treat.
Don Lathrop 5 months ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
land maker over 2 years ago
Noah Rymer over 2 years ago
Nicolaus Miller almost 5 years ago
Ivan Enriquez over 5 years ago
Seth Lovelace over 5 years ago
Oscar Venegas over 5 years ago
Amanda Allen almost 6 years ago
Rob Lindsey 6 years ago
Kendra Miller 6 years ago
Kash Rajdeo over 6 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 6 years ago
Patrick Brannan over 6 years ago
Kevin Jackson almost 7 years ago
Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme is a direct-to-DVD & BD animated movie based on the Marvel Comics character Doctor Strange. The film was released August 14, 2007 and had its American broadcast premiere on Cartoon Network November 1, 2008. This is the fourth animated film produced by Lionsgate based on Marvel Comics characters, following Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Avengers 2 and The Invincible Iron Man. Dr. Stephen Strange is one of the most gifted surgeons in medicine, however, he is also highly arrogant and dismissive of his colleagues. While driving home from the hospital one night, he notices Baron Mordo and his allies slaying a monster - notable because they are hidden from view by one of Wong's spells. An unbelieving Strange dismisses it as stress-related hallucination. The next day, he is visited by the hospital's administrator Oliver who states that Dr. Gina Atwater has problems with him. He then speaks with Dr. Atwater and discusses her case of a child — one of many —...
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