Greg’s review published on Letterboxd:
Look, Sam Raimi's direction is the one good thing that really saved this from being Quantumania levels of bad. The plot might be held together with blue-tac and the multiverse is so boring here, but Raimi's eye gives this more gravitas and fun than it would've otherwise had. My opinion on this film has swung every time I watched it, but my appreciation for it definitely grew after seeing how low Marvel could go.
You know how WB gave David Sandberg so much freedom that he could make Shazam 2 at least feel interesting even though the plot was ass? Now, imagine what Multiverse of Madness could've been if Marvel had given that sort of freedom to Sam Raimi.