Probably the worst Marvel's movie.
They lost me when the CIA guy said Michael B. Jordan's ghetto-talkin' character graduated from M.I.T. My ability to suspend reality only goes so far.
A lion king story modernized with some high tech outfits injected with some fighting, shooting, and tribal dances. A brilliant blunder.
There is little creativity here in terms of storytelling; the villain is probably the best thing about this movie, even if his fate is as predictable as the majority of Marvel villains.
Forrest Whittaker is wasted as a non-developed character with too short screen time, on top of the scene being rushed his final scene has no impact as a result. Martin Freeman is too fish out of water as well.
Acting ranges from disastrous to surprisingly solid. But the main flaw is that just a vehicle to make a political statement.
Two or three good parts don't make an entire movie.
Main story is bad.
Marvels engine appears to be losing its steam with each movie. Visually it was ok, everything was dull and boring.
Take Thor Ragnarok screenwriting, delete all the jokes and fun (literally there is 2 jokes in Pantera, and just inverse everyone's skin color. Ridiculous.
Essentially, it's the Lion King. Main character is overthrown by a relative who then proceeds to take the throne and make everyone believe the hero is dead, only for the hero and a small band of companions to return and fight off the villain and retake the throne.
The villains motivation is completely basic. All the characters have no complexity at all.
Everything besides the music and the color pallet is painfully average.
Devoid of action through most of it.
I've had issues with the last couple of marvel movies that everyone seemed to love. Thor Ragnarok and this one. Black Panther isn't a bad movie at all but it's not as good as any captain America movie for example. Too much hype.
It's just not that great of a movie.
Worst movie so far this year after A Wrinkle In Time.
I love the African accents. I did not have any problems with that since they tried to kept the original idea of Africa.
Movie seems to fail at every step from the start. It tries to be witty, smart, elegant at the same time, but lacks everything.
This movie is nothing special plot wise really. It doesn't really feel believable, and the conflict was highly unnecessary.
A bad experience with some high points.
Really hurts when you can't change the article where reads Black Panther best movie at the box offices. lmoa.
Didn't see Civil War with Black Panther in it, so I do not know if he was fleshed out there, and they simply continued his character expecting us to know what he was like. However, I felt as if he were all serious, and there wasn't much to his character. This goes the same for all other characters, even Killmonger. Yes, we knew his backstory as well, but it would have been nice if he was fleshed out a bit more. We know all the characters' morals, but who are they really?
Looked like something out of Tron not marvel.
The movie was boring, so was the story with a very ridiculous looking final fight scene between Black Pather and Killmonger at the end.
The best performance was Martin Freeman but that is too insignificant to save this movie.
The script was disappointing.
It makes statements about colonialism, US foreign policy, slavery, etc, etc, basically all the social justice issues that Black Lives Matter discusses. But it doesn't make the statements well.
One has to have low standards to like this.
A dumb and meaningless story.
The main baddie was arrogant and angry to a point of being also not really believable or sympathetic, though the movie obviously wants you to sympathize for him.
The trailers were better than the movie!
I kind of liked the Claw guy or whatever his name was as he was the closest thing to humour in the movie besides the lame attempt to be trendy with the "what are those" joke.
Overall the acting was bland. Even Martin Freeman was a bore.
Our anti-heroes logic behind things are extremely flawed. He is supposed to be a villain who people sympathize for because of his cause, but he honestly just seems like a radical BLM terrorist.
The lines were so generic as to be funny.
Too slow to be called an action movie.
This movie is quite good. It's obvious that one person is trying to manipulate the ratings by repeatedly rating one star and saying nothing. Its funny that someone called him a one star troll. It's hilarious actually.
I love the way that they make the Villain "Klaw" a South African!....the remnants of apartheid that took place in that Country, is lovingly reborn and brought to the forefront in this movie. The first 30 minutes is really dark so it's practically impossible to see what's going on much less understanding the English language through the really bad African accents put on by the cast.
Wakanda is essentialy a city state living in welfare chauvinism, locking away their space grade technology to only benefit a select few.