Black PantherAction, Adventure, Sci-Fi
The story tells the vicissitudes of Black Panther.
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Black Panther Movie Review:
Black Panther, the film inspired by the homonymous comic book superhero Marvel Comics, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1966 and already appeared at the cinema in Captain America: Civil War. It is the eighteenth film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.The film is directed by the American director Ryan Coogler. The character of Black Panther is played by the forty-year-old American actor Chadwick Boseman. Furthermore, the cast includes Danai Gurira (Okoye), Lupita Nyong'o (Nakia), Forest Whitaker (Zuri), Daniel Kaluuya (W'Kabi), Florence Kasumba (Ayo), Letitia Wright (Serita), Angela Bassett (Ramona), Sterling K. Brown (N'Jobu), Michael B. Jordan (Erik Killmonger), Andy Serkis (Ulysses Klaw), Winston Duke (M'Baku / Man-Ape) and Martin Freeman (Everett Ross). After the events of Captain America: Civil War, returns to Wakanda to resume reigning. There he will be put to the test by an opponent who wants to unseat him, giving rise to dangerous conflict. The film is making people talk about itself for many reasons. First of all, because it is the first feature film by Marvel Studios directed by a black director and because, as a result, it is becoming the favorite product of the African-American community.The film is smart, sumptuous and fun without being aggressive,Time writes, while the Guardian, in his review titled The Exciting Artificial Vision, comments: It's a subversive and extravagant action, in which African stereotypes are upside down and the story is rewritten. The interesting thing about Black Panther is that it does not look like a superhero movie, but a fantasy novel to open your eyes: exciting, subversive and fun. It has recorded the highest online pre-sales for a cinecomic. It is a cinema that stages profound themes and at the same time a spectacle for the eyes. In other words, not only does Black Panther maintain the goodness of the other films, but it improves the formula in several key aspects, from the bad politically committed to a final clash based on emotions. It is a whole cinematic universe in its own right.