An Old Screenwriting Error Is Corrected In Doctor Strange 2

In the concluding sequences of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's most prevalent screenplay flaw is subverted.

"Doctor Strange"
Maximoff's Wanda

Spoilers for Doctor Strange: The Multiverse of Madness follow. Use at own risk.

As a result, the MCU's most-complained scripting error is addressed in Doctor Strange in the Multiverses of Madness, making it one of its greatest films.
Director Sam Raimi, known for his work on such classics as Evil Dead and the Spider-Man saga, is well-known for his penchant for using horror tropes and iconography in his films.
One of Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness's most pivotal moments occurs as Stephen Strange and America Chavez (Benedict Cumberbatch) face battle against the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen).

To stop Wanda Maximoff from attempting to use America Chavez's abilities to traverse the cosmos, Doctor Strange "dreamwalks" into the body of Defender Strange, the variation he killed. 
Zombified Strange encourages Chavez to unleash her full potential and transfer the Scarlet Witch to Earth-838, the Illuminati's homeworld.
That universe's Wanda Maximoff is brought to tears by Scarlet Witch as she terrorises her own children, Billy and Tommy.
In Doctor Strange's Multiverse of Madness conclusion, she seemingly sacrifices herself in the process of destroying the Darkhold in all realities and bringing down the temple at Mount Wundagore.

Sam Raimi and colleagues made a wise decision by concluding The Multiverse of Madness with an emotional conversation rather than a massive battle, gigantic monster fight, or laser in the sky.
Even initiatives like WandaVision, which started off as something new and exciting in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, have since devolved into large-scale generic hero vs villain fights a la Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Avengers.
When it comes to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness focusing on the interaction between its enemy and two protagonists, it feels new and deserved.

Zombie Doctor Strange in the Madness Multiverse

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness shares this uncommon, controlled finish with its predecessor, Doctor Strange, although being handled by separate filmmakers.
In that film, Strange uses the Time Stone to bind Dormammu in a time loop within the Dark Dimension, defeating the inter-dimensional creature.
Both films demonstrate that the MCU's endings may transcend the conventional finale clichés and give thrilling, different finishes instead of third-act destruction. both films.
As seen by the spectacular end of Avengers: Endgame, a last fight isn't always necessary.
However, this should not be the norm in the MCU.

This lesson has been learnt by other Phase 4 MCU programmes.
Loki finishes with a lengthy conversation between Loki, Sylvie, and He Who Remains, which sets up the MCU's multiverse conflict and Kang.
Marvel screenwriters should trust themselves to develop interesting, innovative, and character-driven endings, as demonstrated by Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as well as Loki and Dr. Strange.