Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Spoiler Review | MCU L8R

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Wai Ting, WH Park, Rich Fann, Scrump and Nate Milton unite for an in-depth roundtable discussion about Marvel Studios’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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They discuss the film’s challenging production in the wake of Chadwick Boseman’s death, how director/writer Ryan Coogler addresses the loss of its lead star and the passing of the Black Panther mantle, the introduction and re-imagining of Namor’s origins, Angela Bassett’s powerful performance, and the various directions the film takes the MCU heading into Phase 5.

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Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight to protect their nation from intervening world powers in the wake of King T’Challa’s death. As the Wakandans strive to embrace their next chapter, the heroes must band together with Nakia and Everett Ross to forge a new path for their beloved kingdom. (Google)

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Good review chaps - interesting to here POV’s from people that enjoyed the movie. I personally didn’t enjoy it at all (I found the storyline/main conflict in the film to be too frustrating and just couldn’t get past that - despite other stuff in the film being very good) - but I enjoyed all your takes.

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Thanks for keeping an open mind, Imran. What was the frustration about the main story for you?

There were a few minor plot points, but mostly tt felt to me like the main conflict of the film could have been avoided through Namor and Shuri just having a decent conversation - now true you could say that about a lot of films, but usually one side of that conversation is a maniacal warlord (like a Thanos) - but here you had two pretty level-headed characters, who just want the best for their people (bar Namor wanting to start a war with the entire planet - which again didn’t really make much sense to me considering he just wants his people to stay safe and hidden).

They obviously reach their agreement at the end - and really not much has changed in the intervening time bar both sides suffering a lot of casualties. It’s a comic-book movie of course so I’m probably being a bit too hypercritical, but from a Black Panther movie and a Ryan Coogler movie I guess I just expected something… more/different?