Black Panther Is Strangely Intriguing and Grounded for a typical Superhero Flick

Black Panther Is Strangely Intriguing and Grounded for a typical Superhero Flick

Black Panther film, with Chadwick Boseman in the role of T’Challa, the African king who takes on bad guys in the guise of a wildcat, is uncommonly grounded for a Marvel superhero classic, and unusually gripping. It’s primarily set in Wakanda, described in onscreen news accounts as Africa’s poorest country. But the poorness turns out to be surface hiden, literally. Under a mesmerizing cover of trees finds a city both ancient and futuristic, where sonic-powered railways…

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Black Panther is totally different from any other Marvel superhero flick

Black Panther is totally different from any other Marvel superhero flick

Black Panther is totally different from any other Marvel superhero flick. 18 flicks into the MCU and you’re quite familiar with the ground rules. You should expect a two hours-plus runtime with four or five high-octane action sequences, smartarse quips and cheeky banter, speeches about heroism and sacrifice and a villain bent on some sort of ill-defined world-conquering quest. What you don’t expect is a throughout tale steeped in political parallels and the historical baggage…

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For Marvel, Black Panther is definitely a joyoud game changer!

For Marvel, Black Panther is definitely a joyoud game changer!

Black Panther – The Marvel film soars on the spirit of both its heroes and villain. Black Panther has been an Avenger for the past 5 decades, created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1966. What Kirby and Lee invented, and what writers and artists have since refined, is one of the greatest and most powerful members of the group of superheroes, demanding equal parts respect and fear. Yet, he also has the sort…

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Black Panther Review: Is This The Greatest Marvel Flick Of All Time?

Black Panther Review: Is This The Greatest Marvel Flick Of All Time?

“You’ll believe that man can fly.” When the Superman movie first came out in 1978, we’d never seen anything quite 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, amazed and – probably most importantly – calmed. Here was the true hero to save us all. He’d got us. And the line…

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