Boy, this movie was so emotional for me. The opening scene had my eyes moist. I don't cry often at movies, but this one made me shed about 10 tears. (I counted).
All of those arrogant directors who want to put down comic book movies can kiss Wakanda's ass.
I loved everything about this movie. The plot was solid. It addressed issues from past movies. Characters had consequences for their actions. The humor was on point and not forced. The CGI was beautiful. The action was epic. And the villain was formidable, as was his reasoning. Just well done from beginning to end.
I will admit, I was shipping Shuri and Namor. Power couple. LOL. But I must say that I loved the diversity in this and the culture. it shines in this movie. I want to see it again, this time, without the hollering ass babies. Leave them things at home next time. LOL. (I'm kidding. Just leave the theater to give them a chance to calm down. don't just sit there with them wailing.)
Anyway, I see a bigger threat looming ahead and can't wait to see what epicness this is all building toward. The dedication to Chadwick Boseman and his representation of T'Challa/Black Panther was very honorable and fit with the theme of the movie.
There were moments of anger and sadness and the performances of the actor gave me chills. Top Notch. I didn't find any of the characters annoying or stupid, and y'all know how I feel about those types of characters.
FINAL VERDICT: INNOCENT LIKE a Wakandian Minding their own business. You'll see what I mean when you watch the movie. Baliff, release this film immediately. I can't believe my courtroom even had a case against it. Hating-ass directors are probably the ones who called in the complaint. Was it Martin Scorcese or James Cameron?