Black Panther review

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When young King T’Challa is drawn into conflict with an old foe that puts his homeland Wakanda and the entire world at risk, he must release Black Panther’s full power to save them.

Surprisingly, the UV codes for Black Panther are only going for $5-$6 each out there. These aren’t 4k, but for a fresh release from Disney, it’s a surprisingly low barrier to entry.

I still feel like this movie has some issues. They completely lost me in the third act when they return to Wakanda with the dead body (why did they kill off one of the best villains in the MCU?) and proceed to show that for all their high tech equipment, Wakanda still has a long way to go politically.

How silly is it that one guy can come in, take over the throne in one hand to hand battle, then send the entire country off 180 degrees from where it was heading just a day earlier? I would have hoped there would be more than just one tribal king to rule the country as advanced as theirs, and even then, I would hope the entire country wouldn’t just shrug their shoulders and start following a guy that literally calls himself “Killmonger”.

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    Now you know why authoritarian monarchy isn’t cool anymore.

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