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Black Panther (2018) Movie Reviews

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03/30/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Black Panther - Review

"Did he freeze?"

So this is kinda late since the hype for Marvel's latest entry is slowly dying down, until 'Infinity War' hits and everything else will be history. Black Panther is a good movie, but sadly not a great one. There's a lot of great things about it and boy was it a joy to watch. The problems on the other hand aren't something to overlook.

Ryan Coogler is an excellent director with his previous work on 'Fruitvale Station' and Creed''. While I think he stumbled a bit with this movie since it's a much bigger movie and the studios breathing down his neck, but at least he brought a brand new superhero in style.

Chadwick Boseman is a great actor and the portrayal of T’Challa/Black Panther was pretty good. I do think he got overshadowed by everyone else, mostly fr...

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03/04/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Wakanda Forever Indeed

Disney and Marvel have done a lot of things right in their epic MCU franchise. From delivering more obscure heroes and rocketing them to instant fame (Guardians of the Galaxy), creating a trippy sci-fi fantasy (Dr. Strange) even delivering a well-deserved comedy (Thor: Ragnarok) - this series has come a long way since Iron Man. That being said, Black Panther is, thus far, the most important film in this ever-expanding cannon. There aren't a lot of black superheroes out there - and Black Panther isn't just a celebration of this oft-overlooked comic book segment - but a celebration of African heritage, while still delivering a Marvel-worthy story audiences have come to expect.

Credit director Ryan Coogler for bringing this vision to life. From the cinematography, cast, music, locations -...

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03/01/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Black Panther is a masterpiece.

Such a fantastic film that hits the right mark on so many things, I've seen the film twice and i'm still digesting what I witnessed in the theater. The direction, story, cinematography, acting, action and pace we're damn near flawless. It also has stunning visuals, just a visual treat. It's emotional, action packed, heartfelt and quite touching at times. Cooglar did an amazing job at giving this film a heartbeat and molding and shaping it into his own vision. What you get out of that is a masterpiece of filmmaking. Not to be out done the actors truly shine in this film, there are several individual knock out performances. This talented cast play off of each other so well. Boseman, Jordan, Nyong'o, Gurira and Wright are all outstanding in leading roles. Not to be outdone Serkis, Bassett, D...

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4/4 

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02/20/2018 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

All hail Black Panther, king of Wakanda!

Black Panther leaps off the screen in a dazzling adventure with a decidedly unique Afro-futuristic vibe. Director Ryan Coogler may have started out with independent dramas but his style feels at home within the MCU.
Set not long after CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, the film follows T'Challa, the newly christened king of Wakanda as he combats evil forces from outside and from within his own nation.
The nearly all-black supporting cast is mostly strong. Michael B. Jordan and Andy Serkis are both excellent as the villains; Jordan is especially great and perhaps the best and intimidating MCU villain since Ultron. Lupita Nyong'o is that rare capable love interest that you don't see often in comic book movies. In fact, all the female characters are strong, resilient, and play a role in the plo...

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