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      Black Panther Reviews

      Mar 19, 2023

      Great Marvel movie. A little to much CGI implemented where it's not needed (hand to hand fights and car chase...) but it looks like Disney cannot help themselves with it... Michael B. Jordan as Killmonger - Amazing!

      Mar 11, 2023

      Wakanda is a wanna be Liverpool on a Friday night, boss film tho

      Mar 11, 2023

      Never understood why people enjoyed this so much. Basic copy-and-paste marvel plot. Nothing new or different. The CGI rhino's look horrific. Jurassic Park was made in the 90's and somehow manages to have better digital effects than half of these films that were made 20+ years later.

      Mar 6, 2023

      Un des meilleurs films de super-héros que j'ai vue dans ma vie.

      Mar 5, 2023

      Yes, yes I get it, but Chadwick was the best part of this movie, every thing else, meh. Shiri was annoying, Michael B. Jordan was really boring in this movie. And the effects, oh god the effects were juts awful in this movie, especially the last part.

      Mar 1, 2023

      Wakanda Forever!!! Awesome Movie!!!

      Feb 22, 2023

      Simply beautiful. Characters you care about. Plenty of action. Gorgeous costumes. Engaging story. Really a triumph.

      Feb 21, 2023

      "Black Panther" (2018) is a groundbreaking action/adventure movie set in the fictional African nation of Wakanda. The film follows T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman), the newly crowned king of Wakanda, as he faces challenges to his throne and the future of his kingdom. The film boasts a talented and diverse cast, with standout performances from Boseman, Michael B. Jordan as the villain Erik Killmonger, Lupita Nyong'o as T'Challa's love interest Nakia, and Danai Gurira as Okoye, the head of Wakanda's elite warriors. The cast's chemistry and camaraderie are a highlight of the film. The film's visuals are stunning, with vibrant and imaginative production design and special effects that bring Wakanda to life. The cinematography by Rachel Morrison is impressive, capturing the beauty and majesty of the African landscape. The direction by Ryan Coogler is confident and assured, delivering thrilling action sequences and heartfelt moments with equal ease. The film's score, composed by Ludwig Göransson, effectively blends traditional African sounds with a modern sensibility, adding to the film's sense of place and culture. The use of music in the film is also noteworthy, with a standout soundtrack that features an array of talented artists. However, some may argue that the film's plot is formulaic, relying on familiar superhero movie tropes. Additionally, the film's political and social commentary may be seen as heavy-handed and distracting from the main story. Overall, "Black Panther" is a triumph, delivering a thrilling action/adventure movie that is also a groundbreaking cultural moment. With strong performances, stunning visuals, and a sense of pride and purpose, "Black Panther" is a movie that will be remembered and celebrated for years to come.

      Feb 18, 2023

      It's really good and solid, but it's definitely overhyped.

      Feb 17, 2023

      The MCU was on a huge win streak from Guardians 2 to Infinity War.

      Feb 17, 2023

      Film senza senso ed ideologico.

      Feb 17, 2023

      This felt refreshing being a game changer as far as portraying black superheroes socially and having big cultural significance. Touches upon racism, colonialism, slavery, unification vs isolation, and choosing between kingful duties and the warrior's way. Glad it was very Afro-centric with a host of great actors. The more joyful scenes are undercut by sadness whether it's showing 1992 California race riots or the trafficking of women in Nigeria but asks good questions what could have been if we got the boot off our necks living in a nation cut off from colonial society and being exploited. It’s cool the female characters are strong, intelligent, resourceful and wise. Succeeds telling a bold, worthy story about traumatic loss—of family, of identity, of home—and it asks us to identify with its villain as much as its hero. The late Chadwick Boseman truly solidified himself in the roster of superheroes showing that blockbusters featuring non-whites could be successful. Overall it's a statement of positivity disavowing cynicism and embracing death as a change of worlds--knowing we will see our loved ones already gone.

      Feb 16, 2023

      I can not understand why this is so highly ranked here at Rotten. The story is throughout just bad. Much of the movie does not make sense. There are some beautiful shots and scenery in the movie, but the CGI at times are some of the worst that has come out in modern day cinema. And for being such a high budget movie, how could it be so bad? This could have been made so much better and kicked off a great storyline, but it just failed. It's sad to see, as I do think that Black Panther is a great comic.

      Feb 11, 2023

      Over rated. It's not a bad film, but it's not spectacular either. It's just another Superhero film that follows the same formula.

      Feb 8, 2023

      I liked bostwicks and michael b jordans performances. good film worth a watch.

      Feb 7, 2023

      I know we'd all like to pretend that this is one of the mcu's best movie, but let's be real here, the script is convoluted, the CGI Is frankly embarrassing, the characters feel slightly hollow at times and worst of all this movie makes you root more for the villain than it does the hero.

      Feb 6, 2023

      Great move despite Ms. Wright

      Feb 4, 2023

      It was terribly boring, nonsensical and too long.

      Feb 3, 2023

      I had to watch this film a couple of times to truly appreciate it. You really can't enjoy this movie like other MCU films where you show up and watch the good guy punch out a comically evil bad guy. This movie is closer to a bucket of cold water. Killmonger's motivations are a result of the very real horrible treatment of black people both historically and in modern day. While I love the museum scene, it's once again pointing out the fact that Britain has colonized and stolen valuable treasures from around the world. The clash between taking vengeance on the world (Eric) vs doing the right thing (T'Challa) is one of the most well written story lines of the MUC. This movie does its homework and attempts to make Wakanda as believable as possible, ranging from its language to its architecture. The fact that the most advanced nation on the planet decides who leads by death battle is hilarious. Part of me wants to see self-interested politicians go through this trial, but realistically some unsavory character would end up as the leader just because they're physically strong (oh wait that's what happens in the movie). I absolutely adore how T'Challa is fighting someone who went through what he did in the Civil War, aka completely consumed by vengeance. I don't know if this is just a coincidence, but I love it anyway. I really love Chadwick Boseman's charismatic performance. I love how everything he says is so quotable. Like every MCU movie, there are also some dumb things. T'Challa was going 1v2 in Civil War against the likes of the Winter Soldier, but he loses to Killmongerer because he has "military training". Vibranium is basically just magic. It somehow allowed Wakanda to be 1000+ years ahead of the rest of the world technologically. It's nearly invincible and extremely valuable. It's a medicine. It has wifi and virtual reality capabilities. Seriously, what can't this stuff do? It's weird how T'Challa saw a man take Klaue with a specific necklace, and when he confronts Eric who is wearing the necklace he doesn't call him out.

      Feb 2, 2023

      A sub-average superhero movie. If you think to hard about the decisions both the protagonist and the antagonist make than the entire movie falls apart. but the pretty lights and colors kept me someone placid through the whole thing.

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