Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Epic and a great tribute… It is something we can read from those who have already seen Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the next Marvel Studios movie.
There is very little left for it to hit theaters Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverthe new installment of Marvel Cinematic Universe that will show us the great conflict between the African country and a submarine nation led by namor. All this after the death of T’Challa which was played by the actor Chadwick Bosemanwho passed away in real life in August 2020. Despite that tragedy, director Ryan Coogler he has done an incredible job and so emotional, that people will cry in the cinema.
First reactions to the movie.
I know you don’t believe when people walk out of a world premiere and say a movie is amazing… But Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is a fantastic sequel and a great movie. I knew it would be emotional and it was. Wait for his eyes to water. Great job Ryan Coogler. Another reason I’m so impressed is that they had the impossible task of trying to make a sequel without Chadwick Boseman and make it feel respectful but also keep the franchise going and they pulled it off in a big way. It’s going to be a BIG success for Marvel Studios. It’s excellent. An immensely powerful story of moving forward, sometimes devastating, but also wonderfully cathartic and uplifting. I can’t get over how well the movie earned that title. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is exceptional. He handles loss, grief, and revenge with a maturity and seriousness rarely seen in the MCU. Black Panther remains his crown jewel. Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett and Tenoch Huerta provide some of the best performances I’ve seen all year. It was a beautiful tribute to Chadwick and the weight of losing it. The movie beautifully touches on pain and what that can do to a person. Also, the action is so good and very brutal. I need time to process this. It’s an emotional ride worth waiting for. I really loved that movie! Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, above all else, is cathartic. An emotional film about loss, legacy and healing. The story is intimate, yet vast, with global power struggles and palace intrigue. Tenoch Huerta’s Namor is a FORCE, better than I expected. He’s bigger in scope and scale than the first installment, but his story is also one of Marvel’s most intimate and moving. It’s definitely a comic book movie, but it’s one that focuses on grief and grieving rather than superheroes and show business. Beautiful tribute to Chadwick Boseman. Stunning visual, with Angela Bassett commanding every scene she inhabits. Rihanna’s ‘Lift Me Up’ will do that for many. Another great post credit scene that is genuinely amazing. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is fantastic! Ryan Coogler delivers a wonderfully moving sequel that packs an emotional punch and effectively explores relevant world issues. A beautiful tribute to the Boseman legacy. Letitia and Tenoch are great, and the mid-credits scene is really moving. It’s hard to shake the emotional weight that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever carries throughout the entire movie. More serious in tone, a wonderful conclusion to Phase Four. It celebrates women as the fiercest protectors of all. Angela Bassett. Tenoch Huerta. Michaela Coell. RIHANNA! It was an emotional rollercoaster of an epic adventure!! I CRIED MANY TIMES AND I HAVE NO SHAME! Letitia Wright’s performance as Shuri was unique for the time! A complete lift from its earlier times! I finally had the honor of seeing Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Marvel Studios has never been as political as this film, which has action scenes, of course, but much more. For example, Angela Bassett, probably the MVP, is assured of an Oscar nomination. What Ryan Coogler does is reconstruct a whole mosaic of generational traumas that haunt ethnic communities around the planet. It’s deep, and not just because of Namor, but because of the care with plots and emotions that are more real than ever in Marvel. It’s easily the best Marvel movie since Avengers: Endgame (2019). The scope, camera work, acting, and raw emotions on and off screen can be felt throughout! This is the wonder I’ve been missing! I had one word in my heart all night: WOW. It prioritizes sentiment over spectacle and, for the most part, is a riveting and transporting triumph. It’s arguably Marvel Studios’ most emotional and deeply felt resonant show. Also, Ludwig’s score is an absolute stopwatch. Are you looking forward to seeing the movie? Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will hit theaters on November 11, 2022. While the rest of the installments of Marvel Studios are available in Disney Plus with this link.Share0