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Black Panther

16 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 14 mins
206,060 votes
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After the events of Captain America: Civil War, King T'Challa returns home to the reclusive, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to serve as his country's new leader. However, T'Challa soon finds that he is challenged for the throne from factions within his own country.

When two foes conspire to destroy Wakanda, the hero known as Black Panther must team up with C.I.A. agent Everett K. Ross and members of the Dora Milaje, Wakandan special forces, to prevent Wakanda from being dragged into a world war.
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Verdict: A perfect standalone movie, as the MCU expands. Whether you love or hate what Marvel and Disney have done to the current Hollywood scenario with their cinematic universe, there is no doubt that they are taking the criticisms seriously and appointing directors who would do the most justice to the movie, exactly how Taika Waititi []... ...Read full review
No doubt about it - Black Panther is fun: its got all the grand VFX razzmatazz of a Marvel movie, enjoyable characters, a giant scale fit for the big screen, but more importantly, a villain who is relatable and memorable. And it looks like Marvel has finally begun to let their films have the voice of the director because this is more a Ryan Coogler movie than a studio mandated product. ...Read full review
This is MCUs 18th film and you can trust Marvel to entertain you even after theyve been around for a decade. The genre of superhero films is popcorn entertainment. You dont expect to see a Citizen Kane but you still want to have a good time at the movies and Black Panther does just that. ...Read full review
If the movies have been responsible for tarnishing the reputation of an entire culture, then the responsibility to rebuild it also must fall on them. It has taken a decade, 18 films most good, some great, none bad hundreds of actors, thousands of crew and billions of dollars for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to arrive at this point. The road hasnt always been pretty, but were here now, older, hopefully wiser, and excited for what comes next. ...Read full review
Black Panther has the unenviable task of being the precursor to Marvels massive comic book film event scheduled later this year in The Avengers Infinity War. But writer & director Ryan Coogler is no stranger to taking on big responsibilities, proving his mettle with Creed a spin-off/ sequel to the Rocky series. In Black Panther, Coogler proves he is more than up for the challenge, evident by his robust screenplay that showcases a deep list of fascinating personas, making each of them stand out in their own unique ways. ...Read full review
Black Panther doesn`t have the manner of a regular superhero vehicle. It`s the first thing you notice and love about the latest Marvel comic book character to get a solo movie and his insistence to be more than a swanky suit and supreme strength. Over the years, we`ve been conditioned to believe superhero films are only about Caucasians saving the world and striving for higher ideals. ...Read full review
"You`ll believe a man can fly." When the first Superman film came out in 1978, we`d never seen anything like it. Our relationship with cinema, heroes and telephone booths was instantly, irrevocably altered. An exceptionally handsome man made a beloved character come alive and literally spun our world around. We were enthralled, overwhelmed and - perhaps most importantly - comforted. Here was a hero to save us all. He`d got us. And the line on the poster was no lie. ...Read full review
Flash forward and Black Panther has finally arrived, matte-finished and twinkle-eyed, proudly clawing and teething at every barrier that holds a hardened film buff from some superhero indulgence. I wonder what elaborate, Moneyball-like brainstorms go on at Marvel Studios before a director is actually approached. Blockbuster filmmaking is more sport than art, and there must be enough market mathematics at play to brush off the variables. ...Read full review
Black Panther is a marvel of a movie. Apologies for that lame pun but I couldnt resist. Director Ryan Coogler pulls off a remarkable feat he gives us a superhero movie with spaceships, shiny futuristic landscapes and big battles. Yet he manages to make it real. Black Panther is the first Marvel movie to have this level of heft, weight and seriousness. The film is rooted in history and culture but it also delivers the adrenaline rush that we want. And did I mention the charismatic villain Michael B. Jordan, playing Erik Killmonger, an exile hungry to avenge his people? ...Read full review