Black Panther Fever!

One week after the events of Civil War, T’Challa returns home to be crowned as the new King since the death of his father. We are introduced to his mother Ramonda, his sister Shuri, ex-girlfriend Nakia, and the Dora Milje General, Okoye. This stellar group of women all have different personalities that can land them their own movie.

Everything about this movie was just fantastic. Being as big of a Marvel fan as I am, you’ll understand all the hype that this movie is still getting because not only does it portray a black superhero but also strong, independent women who can kick some serious butt.

The interaction of the characters in this movie was spot on, every single connection was immediate, and they all differed. Out of all Marvel movies I’m glad to say this one is by far the best, the scenery, the outfits, the music, and the accents all piece together perfectly to make this movie perfect. Black Panther is already a top 10 all time box office hot, making $1 billion worldwide. The way the movie portrayed its villain made you feel bad for him but also dislike him, like Marvel’s other villain, Loki.

I also loved how this movie didn’t really have romantic side plot, because if you look back at other Marvel movies there’s always Natasha and Bruce or Natasha and Steven, which I think is very significant because it shows you can have a good movie without all the lovey dovey stuff.

I recommend this movie for all. You’ll see yourself in at least one of these characters and you’ll want to dress up as them for this year Halloween. My only warning is people with trypophobia to avoid this movie!

I will definitely be in the movie theaters April 27, 2018 to see Infinity War. Hopefully I’ll see you there!