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Washington Post - ‘Doctor Strange’ Review

Washington Post

The character introduced to film audiences in “Doctor Strange” may seem, in the broad contours of his personality and circumstance, strangely familiar, even to those who have only been paying attention to Marvel’s blockbuster movies. First introduced to comic-book readers in 1963, the character of Stephen Strange — a cocky, successful surgeon who discovers humility and self-sacrifice, as well as special powers, after a traumatic accident — is reminiscent of Tony Stark’s Iron Man, another arrogant one-percenter who, after a period of enforced deprivation and attitude adjustment, learns to use his abilities for the greater good of mankind.

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