“Black Panther” Movie Review

“Black Panther” is the most anticipated movie of 2018. Marvel fans across the world are eager to watch the story unfold in the span of two hours and thirty minutes. But did “Black Panther” live up to everybody’s expectations or did it turn out to be a major failure that will soon be forgotten?

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The first released poster of Black Panther

The first released poster of Black Panther

The first released poster of Black Panther

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“Black Panther” is the first ever Marvel Studios movie with an African-American lead actor. The movie earned $235 million during the first four days it debuted.

“Black Panther” has been compared to “Wonder Woman” because they both feature a non-white male lead. They have both been hyped by fans and encourages equality. “Black Panther” follows T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) becoming the king of Wakanda and going through a trial to become the Black Panther. He must protect Wakanda and its people from his enemies such as Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and Klaw (Andy Serkis). But T’Challa must also face the internal problems that follows being king such as bringing new ideas to the kingdom and caring for its people.

Viewers walk into the movie theatre expecting an amazing superhero movie that will impress them, and the movie did just that and more. “Black Panther” exceeded my expectations from the beginning to the very end. There are so many things I enjoyed about this movie. First, the wardrobes and costumes are amazing. The movie contained incredible traditional African clothing that I found interesting and Black Panther’s suit looks incredible on the big screen. The costumes were colorful and full of life, you can distinctly tell the difference between the heroes and villains from their clothing. Second, the movie’s soundtrack is phenomenal. The background music always fit with what was happening on the screen and it made the movie even more intense. I highly recommend listening to “Pray For Me” by Kendrick Lamar featuring The Weekend, it’s one of the best songs out of the movie’s playlist. Third, the CGI (computer-generated imagery). Most people don’t like CGI because they usually look bad and is usually over used, but I believe that “Black Panther” used the right amount of CGI to make the movie experience incredible for viewers. And finally, the acting. All the actors and actresses nailed their parts, especially Michael B. Jordan. His acting made the antagonist humane and justified his actions instead of being a villain just for fun. Most super villains do what they do because they want to be all powerful, but Erik Killmonger has a strong reason for his actions. He wants the best for the people of Wakanda which almost makes him seem like a hero instead of a villain. But in my opinion, I feel like there are too many characters to keep track of which might make viewers get confused. During the final battle of the movie, the viewers have to keep track of three fights going on at the same time which gets confusing because the movie jump cuts into another battle every 20 seconds. Overall, the movie is incredible and I highly recommend people to watch it whether you like Marvel or not, your money will not go to waste.

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