By concentrating on story and performance while still delivering the high octane action and effects one expects from the genre, director Ryan Coogler has delivered what might be the best Marvel Studios film to date. Casting is exceptional across the board. A refreshing breath of fresh air into the so-called Marvel universe.
Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong'o are extremely badass in this incredibly stunning picture that is funny, smart, sexy, and inspiring with some of the most astounding and gorgeous set pieces mixed with some of the most extravagant action sequences that took Marvel to school on how to make a bad ass comic book movie. This is an absolute cinematic treat that should be seen by all.
Ryan Coogler sharply directs a Marvel movie with quite possibly the biggest scope and potential of any of their films since "The Avengers" and delivers a crowdpleasing winner. It's a film is beautifully decorated, capped off by rich African customs and a plethora of strong supporting performances. The downside to the latter is that you realize how Chadwick Boseman, try as he might, is so easily overshadowed.
POWERFUL. "Guns... so uncivilized!" So true to today! The T'Challa speech to ONU was heart warming at least. A lot of great dialogues, great costumes, great soundtrack, great humor as always. Im very suspicious to say but Marvel has deliveried it once again. Black Panther also tie the knot about Bucky being alright for Infinity War which I though it was nice. BUT, TELL ME WHERE THE SOUL STONE IS DAMMIT. WAKANDA 4EVA!
I wish they would’ve taken more risks and pushed it a little bit further, but i watched it on a great parisien amphitheatre and the sound blew me away. And what about this villain that is just too hot to be true?
An exciting film that feels invigorating at its best moments. I loved the blending of African cultures, and there's an interesting, yet subtle discussion surrounding the label "African-American" going on throughout the film. Some of the dialogue is oddly simplistic, and something about Michael B. Jordan's character seemed off to me. Still, this is a film to be celebrated, and it's a lot of fun at the theater.