Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Movie • 2022 • Fantasy  Report
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45627
Someone mentions that two of his cats died. nothing more.
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Yes
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gayloki
CGI wasp that startles America [flashback scene in her memory]. For other bugs (my main worry is maggots) there are none in this movie. [Spoiler] I was worried when they mentioned zombies & burying his body but as far as I could tell, there were none.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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ProfessorProcyon
A character resembling a minotaur is involved in a battle that kills a lot of the people involved, but he ends up surviving.
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OneirosDream
No, just dead monsters.
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HeatherR
At one stage, Strange shoots out tendrils that look like serpants.
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-1
No, but 14 minutes in they talk about Spider-Man.
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HeatherR
The Scarlet Witch is stalking America Chavez and sending demons to get her.
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gayloki
Not specifically/prolonged, but could have similar imagery [spoiler] as Billy & Tommy are frightened of Wanda who shouts/is seen fighting America in front of them at the end of the film. This is minor & Wanda quickly changes from this, but could be seen in this similar vein.
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lindzboots
No, but currently DDD doesn’t have this trigger on the list, so I’ll put a warning here: there is a brief scene where an illusion is placed. A character falls for it but eventually sees through the charade and the illusion is also stripped away.
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45627
Being drawn to a dark magic is mentioned
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the_girl_in_the_box
[SPOILER] Strange and America are drugged to be taken to the Illuminati.
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gayloki
Brief scene of Strange drinking alcohol at the wedding but no abuse/passing moment.
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tial
More brutal than any prior MCU movie but nothing on the level of Deadpool or Daredevil. A giant monster has its eye torn out of its head. A character’s head pops, another character is sliced in half but this is mostly obscured, only their reaction is seen.
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TheGoodSandy
At one point, a character walks with bare feet on broken glass.
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Zombie strange has an open mouth with crooked teeth
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Yes
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Elephant1505
Multiple people are burned alive (with magic fire) when Scarlet Witch attacks, but it is quite brief
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gayloki
It is magic/very CGI, but at one point, arms are severed from a creature and used by Strange with magic. I think this is in the first major fight in New York but am uncertain.
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nevandove
Very brief shot, but could be disturbing to some. A character's skull implodes, and blood can be seen dripping from their nose and eyes
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Elephant1505
Although someone is not exactly buried alive, a buried corpse is reanimated and digs itself out of its grave
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A zombies fingers are unnaturally bent
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Wowowo
During the beginning, battle scene, during Christine’s wedding, Strange mutates the big monster’s eye VERY graphically. The blood gushing, and the eye socket is shown separately from the body, and everything. For a CGI monster, it was egregiously graphic.
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the_girl_in_the_box
One character holds another character by the throat, strangling her.
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the_girl_in_the_box
A character casts a spell which causes his body to react as if having a seizure- his eyes roll back in his head, and he shakes violently.
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nevandove
Four characters are briefly suspended in the air and subjected to pain, lasts less than 10 seconds
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skillwithaquill24
The Scarlet Witch contorts her body unnaturally to fit through a small portal. Her bones crunch as they reassemble.
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nevandove
Yes and no, a character falls out of a tall building, but the fall isn't what kills them. It's being impaled by a pointy fence at ground level
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Insolent_Media
A story about a child's death from decades prior is recounted by their sibling.
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Wowowo
Wanda’s goal throughout the film is to kidnap America and kill her, and use her powers to see her children again. At the end of the film, Wanda is successful in this, and holds America hostage and bound by her powers at the Scarlet Witch temple.
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Yes
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Wowowo
During a flashback, America revisits her first time using her powers, when she accidentally sent her parents off to some other universe, in which she believes to have killed them. Later on, when dealing with the Illuminati, Richard Reed confronts Wanda and claims to have children too, and tells her that he understands her, which leads Wanda to ask if his kids’ mother is still alive, after Reed replies yes, she says “Good. At least they’ll still have someone else to raise them”, before she rips Reed apart and kills him.
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skillwithaquill24
The “souls of the damned” are skeletal, ghostly figures that attack a character.
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Wowowo
After being told that what you see in dreams is just your other variants in other universes, Wong recalls having a dream about running from a clown whilst naked, but there is no clown shown on screen, or mentioned beyond that.
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DesJac
There are Multiple Jumpscares in this film including characters appearing from knowhere or monsters flying towards the screen this is mostly accompanied by a loud scare choird however the jumpscares are fairly predictable and while scary you can mostly prepare yourself them
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gayloki
Repeats throughout the movie & is a main theme. [Spoiler] Wanda possesses alternate versions of herself to chase down Strange & co. Strange also possesses his corpse in a different universe (zombie-type effect). A lot of these include unnatural/uncanny movement, scenes of the possession taking place/ending & is frequent throughout the movie.
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skillwithaquill24
Breaking bones make crunching noises in a few different scenes. A character falls from a height and dies after being impaled on a fence. It makes a squishing noise.
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Vomit in movies is so UNNECESSARY especially in a Marvel movie. A huge thank you to the amazing people who take one for the team and report back for other emetophobes.
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gayloki
As well as above discussion of vomit/spitting, there is a minor moment of spit where [redacted for spoiler] spits during a fight scene in a fleeting moment. This is a quick moment & after Wanda asks her something to the effect of “aren’t you tired of this?” (can’t remember exact wording sorry)
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avadea
not directly, but there are scenes that you could argue resemble imagery often used to portray mental institutions
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gayloki
This doesn’t explicitly count, but not sure where else to put this - at the end, there is a moment where Strange is overwhelmed by the sounds & sights of the city in a manner that resembled sensory overload (clutches his head/seems overwhelmed as things are dizzy & sounds are blurry) - this could also mirror panic attacks but it is a pretty minor scene.
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the_girl_in_the_box
[SPOILER] A character commits suicide to ensure no one can access something again- it is worth noting this character has been struggling with mental health throughout the film, and I found this ending to be very disturbing.
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Yes
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greencow
Some scenes of heaving breathing, water dripping, bones/joints crunching, and chewing may trigger those with misophonia
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Elephant1505
Additionally there’s a scene where a character is trapped in a small space and their breaths echo, but they soon escape
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icallitjustice
Wanda literally kill’s herself at the end of the movie. Even if she’s not dead for real, that would at the very least count as self harm. Y’all are dumb.
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the_girl_in_the_box
Main villain is driven by grief and depression, she kills more people than anyone else in this film, and rarely gets any sympathy at all.
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soravanitas
A lot of the characters have lived through very traumatic experiences and it clearly affects them, but the actual disorder of PTSD is never mentioned.
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whizzyt
Not a baby, but two young (pre-teen) children scream.
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gayloki
Might not be 100%, but while there were flashing lights/strobe effects, these mostly came from the magic & powers rather than a scene like in Spider-man: No Way Home or Incredibles 2 where the entire scene was flashing. Might be misremembering but as someone with light sensitivity, this surprisingly was an okay one.
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gayloki
Less explicitly shakey cam in the way it might be in a found footage movie/the camera literally shaking, but more stylised movements seeming to mirror motion sickness/vertigo that had a similar effect
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andymoo
Bruce Campbell cheerfully says "It's over!" in a post credits scene.
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adeliajbrown
Idk why people voted yes, I don’t think there’s even any pregnancy
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icallitjustice
No.
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RobbieXPierce
Spoilers: There are only two black women in the film and they both die. Two black men both survive.
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There is a scene where a character is cursed to hit themselves in the face over and over again. It is portrayed as something to laugh about. As a person with a tic disorder with this involuntary movement this was deeply offensive to me
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skillwithaquill24
America Chavez was raised by her two mothers, but there is never any instance of homophobia.
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Insolent_Media
A character's memory of their two mothers is shown and they both get sucked into a portal and seemingly die, though it is left ambiguous.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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ProfessorProcyon
It's a fairly bittersweet ending.
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Max87
At Christine's wedding after strange finish talking to christine
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REPRESSEDCAP
Stephen is almost hit by a car because traffic works differently in the universe where America and he get stuck.
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gayloki
Some minor car crashes/collateral in the background of one of the first New York fights early in the movie but nothing focused on
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gayloki
Yes - majority is CGI, but like the other comment says, is probably the most explicitly gory in the MCU so far. [Spoiler for specific moments] Early in the film Strange has a bloody leg wound which the camera lingers on for a few seconds. While CGI, the monster in the New York fight is stabbed through the eye in a quite gruesome way. Many deaths/corpses shown throughout the fighting with some blood. Blood shown on Wanda in a similar way to Carrie from the horror film (mostly dried/in her hair and covering some of her face). Doctor Strange’s corpse/zombie reanimated might be seen as gory to some as well.
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Yes
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Insolent_Media
there is a description of a child drowning after falling through the ice, but it is not shown
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