Insane amount of hype for this, but I think 'Black Panther' mostly lives up to it. While the afro-futurist world building of Wakanda is a focal point, appealing characters and performances from the likes of Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, and Lupita Nyong'o really win over an audience and carry the film. Chadwick Boseman's central superhero is inherently noble and pure of heart, so his presence is felt more as a stable, positive force to anchor everything around him. Nice turn for Michael B. Jordan here as a fairly well-written villain. 'Black Panther' definitely provides another dose of the crowd-pleasing spectacle Marvel is known for.