Marvel Studios’ Black Panther – Review

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Photo: Matt Kennedy..©Marvel Studios 2018




Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya , Letitia Wright , Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker & Andy Serkis.



Ryan Coogler


Photo: Matt Kennedy..©Marvel Studios 2018



Black Panther is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a superhero film based on the Marvel Comic. The movie surrounds Wakanda and their King T’Challa, who returns home to protect his home. Enemies try to bring down the kingdom and take over the throne, making T’Challa team up with trusted friends and family to sustain and restore peace and hope for the people of Wakanda and the world.



Ok, I needed a minute or I would say a couple of hours to just digest what I watched last night – Black Panther. I was very lucky to watch the premiere of the highly anticipated Marvel Movie last night, huge thanks to Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

Ok, just to put it out there, I’m African so if this review comes across bias – I can’t help it haha!

Now I honestly can’t even find the words to describe the movie or even the emotions I went through watching every scene of this new classic. This movie is, of course, fictional and based on Marvel Comics, but the intensity of the message, vision, and story behind this movie is just remarkable.

Right from the opening scene, the movie takes you through each scene with different emotions – from happy, sad, frightened, angry and just wow! They couldn’t have picked any other cast, the cast DELIVERED! The production was IMPECCABLE, the makeup and wardrobe – OUTSTANDING!

I applaud the directors, writers, and producers for doing such a phenomenal job with this one, no wonder Black Panther holds the record for the most pre-sale tickets sold for a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.

Speaking for myself, before watching this movie I hoped it wouldn’t mock or offend any country or culture but if anything, it brought a whole new light to everything and everyone – UNITY!

The words that came to my mind while watching – Afrofuture, Afroculture, Black love, Black culture, Female empowerment, Black Excellence, Black Wisdom and knowledge and so much more.


Do I have to spell it? lol – GO WATCH THIS! Thank me later.

The movie is out in the U.A.E February 15th, so pre-book your tickets a soon as possible, I know it’s going to be a packed cinema.







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