Film Review: Black Panther

After all the hype, I went into Black Panther with extremely high expectations since people where calling it the best Marvel film date. After seeing it, I was very underwhelmed. Yes it was definitely a good movie and I totally enjoyed watching it but, it wasn’t as great as everyone said it was.

The movie begins with the background of Wakanda, which seems to be a third-world country but, is really the most technologically advanced and most well off country in the world thanks to a vibranium well that was created from a meteor. But, from here I personally thought the story line got a little bit confusing. The movie jumps to a scene in an apartment building. Then, to the start of the story line. This jump seemed very confusing to me and I spent so much time wondering what was going on and trying to figure out the scene that it really lost the effect that it was supposed to give, of suspense and later being a plot twist. I think the confusion from this scene as well as a couple of others, is partially why I didn’t think this movie was as great as everyone else thought it was because, it kept me so focused on being confused that I couldn’t really enjoy the movie.

On the other side, I loved the characters in the movie and the fact that everything was new and fresh. The story line was a total change of pace compared to everything Marvel had been putting out. The characters where different and personally I loved the fact that women formed the army and where totally awesome.

The Black Panther, or T’Challa, is the prince of Wakanda and Shuri his sister is the princess. When T’Challa’s father, the king of Wakanda dies, which was shown in Captain America Civil War, T’Challa takes over. But of course, there are problems someone who was of royal blood and nobody knew existed, challenges the throne and causes chaos.

Overall, the movie was good. I would totally suggest seeing it. But, just like many other movies, it just didn’t live up to the expectations.

-Ava G.

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