I was unaware of this gem until someone mentioned it in my Facebook film group Incredibly Strange Films.
I find it very good on several levels!
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Folks, copyright is a thing that we either respect completely, or we don't. If we really all agree that sharing movies, songs, and pdfs on this platform is okay, then, well... I am sure you won't mind putting all those self-published adventures and rulebooks on bittorrent, too.
Or, BETTER, don't.
If we agree to respect copyright laws, then there are surely many grey areas - but there's always the thing called the "eye test":
If it looks like a pirated copy, or if it looks like the account is not a representation of the respective copyright holder (like in this case), then - DON'T share it, please.
Saw it when it first aired and maybe a second time, but not sure when that would have been. Since I'm a big Doctor Strange fan, I was really excited when I heard about it, but very disappointed when I saw it. There were a few elements I thought were OK: the use of Morgan Le Fay, the attempt at including a cosmic villain. And they did try to get the outside of the Sanctum Sanctorum to look like the comics. But the magic is significantly de-mysticized to avoid fears of occult themes, and Strange's re-worked backstory as a psychiatrist who just stumbles into real magic by accident and never really achieves anything awesome is just annoying.
It sort of reminds me of the Wonder Woman movie with Cathy Lee Crosby, which came out before the Linda Carter TV series. Let's make Wonder Woman have no powers at all, and wear ordinary '70s clothing! It will be gripping!