February 14, 2018

BLACK PANTHER movie review

I didn't have a lot of expectations because I barely new Black Panther as a superhero but this movie is the most awesome to date. A glorious movie for the African and black American race that even the trailer has put us all speechless for its awesomeness.
Starting it would just like be any other Marvel movie until you enter the kingdom of Wakanda which has all spectacular and amazing stuff happening from a person to the whole community. A stunning presentation of technological capabilities with a heart. Not only that it gives a great importance to the culture but it also gives its way to women of power and great contributions to society.
For example, Shuri (Letitia Wright) shows her intellectual strength with her great inventions. Little as she would look like, her talented brain has been recognized and apprecited by her ruling brother -- a very good sense of equality between man and woman in the movie. Okoye (Danai Gurira) keeps her promise and loyalty to the throne, Nakia (Lupita Nyong'o) reminds where T'Challa's heart should be. T'Challa's mother Ramonda, though won't be able to fight for her son, was able to give way to unity with other kingdoms which is also a very important thing.

The female members of the Dora Milaje are equally strong and gives the voice to women to fight for what's right and have the power to defend themselves even one of the strongest of their kind like Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan).

Black Panther also displays the rich African culture through its wonderful costume design. When you look closely on the bright fabrics and accessories, the diverse patterns are very well detailed. Even the warfare are also exceptional that made fire weapons primitive. This was the coolest Marvel movie yet.
Black Panther is now showing in cinemas nationwide in 2D, 3D and IMAX formats. Bring everyone, I'm sure you'll enjoy it. :)

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