Mini Review of The Black Panther Movie

So, at long last, after a greater disappointment for not being able to watch Black Panther in the theaters, I unexpectedly got the tickets for it and watched it last night. The cinemas was like an half hour drive away, nonetheless, I couldn’t just give up this chance and miss it forever!

And I was so glad to have gotten the opportunity to experience the feeling what my family and the others on social media so exaggerated about.

I now see why everyone was so hyped up about the movie.

It was too awesome to be true.

After the death of his father, King T’Chakka, Prince T’Challa returns home to Wakanda to take on his fathers throne. However, he soon encounters an enemy that puts his nation, Wakanda in jeopardy and comes upon facts that changes the history of Wakanda, and his own beliefs.

Black Panther is a commiserating and sensitive journey that differentiates itself from the other Marvel movies.

The words epic, awesome, amazing, wonderful, flabbergasted, all seem to fit in the minds of those who have seen and loved the movie. And that’s something you don’t get to see everyday.

Black Panther’s story is slow, yet has an emotional touch to it that defines who T’Challa really is.

His judgement and mindset is much like the other Avenger chadacters; more like Captain America actually, but something about him just makes him so unsimilar. Similar yes, but his approach of things appeared novel.

The way he talks, fights and handles things, all of which illuminated his charms and charisma.

The supporting characters too play a big part in T’Challa’s life. Well, not to mention, every Marvel movies supporting characters play a big part in helping the hero move forward and encourage him to fight for what’s right!

I personally love Okoye because of her loyalty to the throne, her love for Wakanda, and her closeness with King T’Challa. If I really had to choose a character to play, I would definitely be her.

The actors performed their characters well, the background music was thrilling and affective, and the villain too had such an honest motive that the movie deems itself flawless.

This movie shouldn’t be missed…it u questionably comes in the must-watch category and I’m really, truly sorry for all those who hadn’t the time or got the chance to see this marvelous Marvel creation on an IMAX screen.

Rating: 9/10

P.S. Avengers: Infinity War is releasing today and I’m tots animated about it! Hopefully, I’ll get to see it soon…*fingers crossed*

Peace neighbours,

See you in my next post~

I’M THE WRITER NEXT DOOR!

 

 

 

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