There is no such thing as magic. It is impossible to conjure weapons out of thin air. As far as anyone can prove, there is no Astral Plane for our soul to reside in when it temporarily leaves our body. There is no mirror universe. As far as anyone knows, it is impossible to turn back time. So a movie based upon these things requires a great deal of suspension of disbelief, which at first was difficult for me. I can more easily accept the magic in the Harry Potter movies because they are kid friendly, but not as easily in a film for adults.
However, Doctor Strange so effortlessly drew me into its world that I found myself forgetting any kind of logic and just enjoying it for the really good action picture that it is. It helps that Dr. Strange starts out as a flawed character who reaches the lowest point of his life before he is able to slowly lift himself back up. It makes him relatable. His suffering means that his eventual journey has high stakes, and the path he takes is a very wild ride which leads him to a place that he never thought he could go.
The action sequences in this film, like the action sequences in most movies today, tend to be a little over busy making them harder to follow. Despite this, the action sequences are very good, which makes for an entertaining picture.
Dr. Strange has a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.