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Black Panther (2018)

Action | 134 minutes
3,03 1.278 votes

Genre: Action / Scifi

Duration: 134 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Ryan Coogler

Stars: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o

IMDb score: 7,3 (835.923)

Releasedate: 13 February 2018

Black Panther plot

"Long live the king."

T'Challa returns to the isolated, technologically advanced country of Wakanda to take his place as king. However, when an old enemy appears on the radar, T'Challa as king is put to the test. He is drawn into a conflict that threatens the fate of Wakanda and the entire world.

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mjk87 (moderator films)

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setback. It must be Coogler's fault, I didn't like his previous two films either. The film regularly falls silent and lacks an overarching tension and something like a rhythm. There are a few separate moments that stand out, but otherwise it is a somewhat dull affair that is stretched too long with some unnecessary plot twists. The action is also nice, but sparse and really good popping does not. The film is also very dark, and those 3D glasses don't exactly help.

It's not the fault of most actors. Boseman is a great lead and especially the female roles stand out with Wright being by far the nicest role and played nice and fresh. What an idiotic accent is that when they speak English among themselves, which is absurd anyway and not very consistently implemented. Then have them speak full-blooded English or in their own language and to outsiders in English. Not the half-baked stuff of today. Only the villain is really too simple for me, a one-dimensional angry person and Jordan doesn't know what to do with it either. Not a villain to settle for, more level accomplice.

It's nice that Marvel is getting a bit darker again, especially after the much too silly-like Thor. I can also appreciate that the angry black man who puts himself in a kind of victim role is the ogre in the film. daring. It's strange that at the end they suddenly start sharing the technology, something they didn't want to know about for a whole movie. But yeah. Finally, the soundtrack is very nice and could have been really louder from the speakers at times. 2.0*.

ps It is special again that 90% leave the film quickly, you should know by now that there are after credit scenes?

pps There was also a gorgeous girl in the room, alone, and she stayed put. That has nothing to do with the film, but in Apeldoorn that is quite unusual. A lot more special than the movie in the end.

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Film Pegasus (moderator films)

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A film from the Marvel studio. From the good Disney that ensures well-running blockbusters, but by coloring within the lines. It's nice to see that after Blade we have a black superhero again and that the women are so strong. It shouldn't be an issue and it doesn't provide extra stars, they have to come from the film itself. But it does bring a breath of fresh air, and that's always welcome with these kinds of films.

The strength of Black Panther is that Marvel is finally delivering a more mature film. There's still a bit of humor in it, but it hasn't become a children's film with infantile humor like Guardian of the Galaxy or Thor. Black Panther has plenty of action, is beautifully made, the characters are captivating, the music is great and Marvel has finally managed to give an interesting bad guy after Loki.

The film sometimes resembles a James Bond film, without being a silly parody. Very accessible as a blockbuster too, but one that at least makes an effort to reach an audience above the age of 12. What we are not always used to from Marvel. Black Panther is arguably Marvel's Wonder Woman. She was not the first female hero, and he is not the first black hero. But in Hollywood's big business, both figures stand out. And they have been given their own place with their own full-fledged film. No sequel, no countless cameos because you don't believe in the main character yourself (yes, you, Iron Man in Spider-Man Homecoming!) and no childish jokes because you want to take that 5-year-old's money too.

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Very mediocre. Think it's brave of Marvel that they dare to go all the way in their first really black superhero film. It also has a theme that is quite topical and interesting. Namely about the distribution of wealth in the world. It's a pity that this is quickly passed over for a few matches with ugly CGI effects. Thus, the sci-fi mumbo-jumbo wins out of the story. It is also a pity that the film does portray strong dark men and women, but does not dare to go so far as to knock down the sacred houses of age-old traditions. Thought it would be more in line with the movie if the characters had decided to stop with blind docility to the throne, tribal strife and the like.

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