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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

2022
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2h 41m
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Rated 11 Nov 2022
77
53rd
An admirable film, but minor disappointments make it not as good as the original. There's an annoying Mary Sue/audience avatar character. And the fantastical world-building too often falls into George Lucas/fictional C-Span politics discussions. Still, it has a great villain via a compelling origin story and point of view. Although some of his actions make no sense. But on a popcorn movie level the fights are great. Recommended, although it's probably my least favorite Ryan Coogler picture.
Rated 11 Nov 2022
63
33rd
I do think they handled Chadwick's absence really well. The cast is what holds this all together. But while BP2 is burdened by its weak pacing and runtime, it's the story and writting that really leaves you feeling underwhelmed, and likely bored. It's all quite shallow and underdeveloped. Marvel's insistence on always setting up for future stories is one of the biggest detractors in this; there are multiple characters who are only in it to set up their own projects.
Rated 18 Nov 2022
78
67th
Like Phase 4, it’s flawed, often meandering, and flirting with pointlessness. Yet the end credits - no CGI shit, just a funeral shroud aflame, grief released - brought all its themes to fore. We’ve gone through hell as a society, and this messy MCU period reflects that. We should be a little confused and yearning in our grief - as each filmed piece deals with in some way. But as the last word of the title shows, just because something, or someone, is missing, doesn’t mean they’re not there.
Rated 10 Nov 2022
30
33rd
Wakanda Forever is an overextended, narratively clunky MCU entry, one laden with subplots, digressions, and characters squeezed into its expansive running time to serve the needs of the overarching MCU film-and-TV project rather than the needs of the story. All that aside, there’s a lot to recommend Wakanda Forever. It’s laudable that Coogler and company put together a perfectly fine MCU film under the circumstances but, unlike its predecessor, it’s only fleetingly more than that.
Rated 11 Nov 2022
75
28th
I thought the acting was good and the characters were likable. But the plot was terrible. The concept of this newly discovered people demanding the Wakandans support them in attacking humanity and upon being declined go thru all out war against Wakanda was nonsense. And I thought they very clearly showed that the Talokans were superior in their fighting ability, but then just caved at the end and went home after declaring Wakanda the strongest nation. Whole thing was just dumb
Rated 14 Nov 2022
93
75th
Well I loved that! I loved Chadwick and I loved Black Panther. I thought this was emotionally satisfying and perhaps continued the franchise in the best way it possibly could have. The weight of loss was felt throughout the entire film for me. Nothing ever felt too silly and I like that Marvel essentially made a drama instead of a straight up comedy or action flick. Still pretty comic book-y, but I didn’t care. Really good production and often great acting. Imperfect but also very satisfying.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
82
82nd
I really liked it. It embraced the grief from real events into the narrative, giving the film more weight.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
69
17th
Phase Four ends as it lived
Rated 13 Nov 2022
58
57th
Angela Bassett, you killed it!
Rated 10 Dec 2022
6
43rd
Tonally more of a bleak war movie more than a high-energy superhero one; the added weight and maturity in the script is refreshing, though the interesting dramatic dynamic of two oppressed nations on edge deserved a more nuanced climax and resolve than a generic and uncomfortable green-screen battle that ends abruptly. Fantastic turns by Wright, Bassett, and Huerta in particular accentuate some great character work though, especially for the grief-stricken Shuri. Great visuals and music.
Rated 16 Jan 2023
30
36th
amazing how they beat James Cameron to the punch. also amazing how it's a metaphor for turning marginalized communities against each other rather than fighting the real issue. I love sympathetic villains don't you???
Rated 31 Jan 2023
64
51st
The Woman King: The Way of Water begs the question, would we have gotten a better film if Coogler had died instead of Boseman. Joking aside, the loss of its main character is the least of the film's problems. The cinematography places black actors in dimly lit environments too often. The fight scenes aren't that engaging. Many of the character arcs aren't interesting. It's derivate; from Aquaman to Avatar to the thematic handling of grief, it's been done better before. Alright, but flawed.
Rated 03 Feb 2023
42
40th
SO LONG AND MEDIOCRE.
Rated 09 Nov 2022
8
87th
Liked it much more than the first Black Panther. Serious and somber movie with little comedic relief. Formerly one dimensional characters now have volume. Solid script, solid acting, solid everything, some inconsistencies in the plot but that's popcorn flicks for you. After the disaster that was Black Adam (basically outdated iraq war propaganda), I was weary of another superhero movie about colonialism, especially about the colonized fighting eachother, but Marvel treated it respecfully.
Rated 11 Nov 2022
50
33rd
Man I miss Chadwick Boseman. It just felt so hollow and empty without him. I was so bored and uninterested the whole time. Sad, but it is what it is and I think this is my least favourite MCU movie. I really didn't care for the characters or what was going on at all. At times I felt like I was watching a weaker Aquaman/Avatar in places. I guess the music is decent and there are some okay shots here and there, but in the end it was way too long and even Chadwick's farewell seemed a bit rushed.
Rated 13 Nov 2022
92
87th
A worthy sequel and tribute to Chadwick Boseman, Wakanda Forever is the best version of itself that one could want. The real life grief these actors felt was portrayed on screen and made for deeper emotion within the story. Leticia Wright and Angela Basset are the stands outs and Namor is a worthy villain. A stunning film all around and easily one of the best entries into the MCU in a long time. This is what I want more of. Superhero movies with real stakes and pay off. Thank you Ryan Coogler.
Rated 14 Nov 2022
67
65th
The best phase 4 MCU movie. By far the best visual experience and is actually about something in a cohesive and reasonably well told way.
Rated 15 Nov 2022
80
80th
A deeper, more philosophic evolution of Marvel. Beautiful performances and an honor to Boseman’s memory.
Rated 21 Nov 2022
77
69th
Why did everyone pronounce his name NAY-mor when he introduced himself as nah-MOR?
Rated 01 Dec 2022
80
77th
Even at an overstuffed and overwhelming 160 minutes, the Wakanda mythos is still the MCU's best bet for superhero storytelling with purpose. Coogler knows how to keep the inevitably unwieldy franchise machinery humming and still make something that feels cohesive and surprising.
Rated 28 Dec 2022
77
66th
One of the better Marvel widgets simply because it has a real heart to it, meditating on grief and how we deal with the hole left over when someone passes. Final battle is still as out-of-place as it was in the first, but at least the CGI's better this time.
Rated 03 Feb 2023
5
57th
Manages to work its way tastefully & skillfully around Boseman’s passing. Beyond that however the movie does end up feeling overstuffed, less superhero movie, more Lord of the Rings-esque fantasy epic - for better or worse. Undersea kingdom was cool. Action sometimes cool, sometimes cartoonish. Riri Williams felt jammed very awkwardly into the story, though I know they have a Disney Plus series to set up. Lupita Nyong’o is so pretty I almost find her distracting in any scene she’s in lol.
Rated 11 Feb 2023
60
42nd
I’m sorry to say this is towards to bottom of the MCU for me, although I still found it decent. It does do a lot of things right. Chadwick Boseman’s tribute is very well done. Great performances all around, especially Bassett and Wright. The action scene on the bridge was excellent. And of course, Namor is a great character. It does have massive issues with the pacing, runtime and story. Riri Williams feels tacked on just for her spin-off. Felt pretty aimless and bloated for the most part.
Rated 12 Feb 2023
60
50th
Despite some shoddy writing, specifically surrounding diplomacy, I thought Namor was a pretty great villain. I think the entire Martin Freeman subplot was completely useless and just added runtime. Good for the most part, but I think it could have been better.
Rated 16 Feb 2023
50
30th
Usually a good Heel can carry action movies or Marvel movies. This one? Not so much. 18 year old me sometimes got hungry, grabbed a plain piece of sliced bread, and just ate it. Stomach filler, but bland as fuck. This is just like that.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
77
48th
Mostly well made, but the Woke subtext bothers me. Given that Asians have their own legendary underwater city (it takes a second to google search) & Namor has looked Asian for 80+ years now, why do they make him Mexican & not Asian? Because it allows the undersea people to be specifically aggrieved by colonizing whites, rather than surface dwellers in general, reinforcing the toxic subtext & stereotype that whites were uniquely oppressive & if not for whites, everyone else would create utopia.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
40
38th
Loved the opening title tribute to Chadwick Boseman, got me a bit choked up to be honest. But as the film went on my mind started wandering and I found myself thinking "Oh no! I don't think I'm enjoying this!" It reminds me of the serious-tone "Captain America" and "Iron Man" films. It just isn't any fun. Made me wish I could sub out Namor for Jason Momoa's fun Aquaman.
Rated 14 Nov 2022
78
69th
While there are a few moments that go too far in being an emotional appeal in light of Chadwick Boseman's death, Wakanda Forever continues the excellent Afro-futurism and anti-colonial vibes from its predecessor with a well-developed antagonist and a grounded tone and feel while still celebrating and mourning the loss of its late former star.
Rated 17 Nov 2022
84
76th
This was every bit the kind of tribute that Boseman deserves. I will admit the story is too derivative of the first one and Shuri's motivations are an exact copy of T'Challa's from Civil War, and we didn't get the community sense I was hoping for with a title like that. Nevertheless, the supporting cast from the original do step up in some great ways, Namor is nothing short of fantastic, and the ending was beautifully touching.
Rated 19 Nov 2022
80
70th
Exceptionally well made, which is no surprise from Coogler, and laced throughout by the tangible sadness of Boseman's loss. I'm a fan of the symbolism of the "antagonists" being in water, water being reflective of self and the two nations being such mirror images of each other. Unfortunately, what can't be helped is the irreplaceable absence of the franchise star, and I simply wasn't as interested without him there. Also, I really could have done without the exposition fairy mid-credits scene.
Rated 19 Nov 2022
85
80th
Lesser than the first while still being a great superhero romp, which I always dig. The biggest problem is one they can't write themselves out of, unfortunately, because you can't really replace Chadwick. But besides that, Namor is good but not Killmonger. Social commentary, action, music, BP suit, lesser. I'm fine with Shuri but not excited. I'm fine with Ironheart but not excited (show may change this). Has some heart but again, that's mostly because of the absence of T'Challa.
Rated 11 Dec 2022
7
76th
Coogler had a lot to overcome this time around, and to his credit, he mostly succeeds. Wakanda Forever feels less like a traditional MCU movie and more so a symbolistic tribute of tragedy & adversity that actually carries some real weight to a comic book adventure. It’s very deliberate and straight forward in its arch, but that’s not a bad thing. Despite some very repetitious dialogue, very slow middle act, and a couple questionable decisions, this was much better than I could’ve thought.
Rated 08 Jan 2023
70
30th
This film has to tackle a lot of things: It has to deal with the sad absence of Chadwick Boseman, the general mediocrity of the pointlessness of MCU Phase 4, the lack of a convincing villain, the now-gone-stale mix of Marvelesque humor and action... It does a good job given all that, but this phase of MCU needs to conclude asap.
Rated 18 Jan 2023
76
67th
Movie suffers from the lack of Boseman, and his memorial service being played out. Hated all the new "super heroes". Real tired of WHITE MAN BAD being a plot point. Bitch, get off your high horse. You still practice ritualistic combat to choose a successor to your country. Did love Namor. Liked the sympathetic villain and would have preferred an ending where Namor wins, drops some harsh realities, and mic drops - exit stage left.
Rated 31 Jan 2023
30
35th
What makes the movie good, are the things it has an Oscar nomination for - marvelous costumes and makeup and Angela Bassett. It was a nice tribute to Boseman. I did not particularly like the story, especially compared to the other films in The Multiverse Saga, and all the dialogues of Okoye should have been scrubbed.
Rated 04 Feb 2023
67
53rd
The further world building is fun and definitely the biggest draw, along with ever-present anti-colonialism themes.
Rated 09 Feb 2023
55
42nd
As with the first BP there's some decent social commentary at the center of the story, which is completely undercut by the need for CGI battles and clear villains, and the fact that the entire plot (unintentionally) revolves around people being shit at diplomacy.
Rated 10 Feb 2023
75
64th
Despite its cultural significance and strong performances, I found the original BP to be a bit of a bore with an exceptionally bad marvel style 3rd act. This one is a big improvement as a piece of entertainment at the very least, Letitia Wright is exceptionally charismatic as are the rest of the cast and I was more gripped by the thing as a whole. Usual marvel issues apply though.
Rated 12 Feb 2023
55
22nd
It’s so refreshing to have colour and non-English language in a blockbuster movie! ...Buuut, it’s so draining to have no one to cheer for and no sensible storyline, and the numbing length of this means that every frustrating choice, comedic misstep, and illogical leap is really given its screen time. Colourful! but bad.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
9
94th
Despite its flaws, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is an impressive achievement that lives up to the expectations set by its predecessor. Ryan Coogler has crafted a thoughtful and moving film that honors Boseman's legacy while pushing the story and characters forward in meaningful ways. The technical aspects of the film are top-notch, and the performances from the core cast are exceptional.
Rated 29 Dec 2023
50
32nd
it would have been alot better if they would`nt have introduces IRON HEART in this movie . it took away all the emotions the movie tried to build up . it felt rushed in the last third of the move the villian was just so boring and forgettable
Rated 11 Nov 2022
74
71st
First watch: 77
Rated 11 Nov 2022
65
39th
Other than the logo change, which felt like overkill and an awkward way of getting around a brashly commercialist watermark in an otherwise reverently solemn opening, the first half-hour effectively pays respect to CB's passing organically without feeling cloying, and the half-hour of shenanigans afterwards is zippy and engaging. Unfortunately, the remaining hour-and-a-half left me drumming my fingers, despite Coogler assembling them with more thoughtfulness than the MCU is frequently afforded.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
70
41st
The very definition of an "alright movie." I have no major complaints but there was nothing praise-worthy about it either. It did what it had to do.
Rated 12 Nov 2022
67
32nd
Yes, I liked it, but I was still a little disappointed. The first Black Panther is my second favorite MCU movie behind only Guardians of the Galaxy. And this one looked like it was made with more sincerity than the usual blockbuster, as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman, a man who they knew they would never be able to replace in this role. But in the end, it just wasn’t nearly as good as the first one.
Rated 13 Nov 2022
70
57th
2022'de #IzlediğimFilmler ; 313. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) Başındaki Chadwick Boseman saygı duruşu çok güzel olmuş. İlk filmde fazlaca pozitif ayrımcılıktan biraz uzak durmuştum ama bu filmi ilkinden daha çok sevdim. İlk filmin efekt faciası da burada yok.
Rated 13 Nov 2022
95
86th
A worthy sequel to an incredibly beloved entry in the MCU cannon. The real-life death of THE Black Panther threatened to derail the evolution of the character, but deft performances and solid writing helps keep the legacy afloat.
Rated 16 Nov 2022
20
14th
Only downhill from here.
Rated 17 Nov 2022
63
51st
It mistakes emotional manipulation and clumsily handled moral ambiguity for 'depth'. Still, better than "Love and Thunder" or "Multiverse of Madness" mostly thanks to Namor being interesting, often more so than the main characters... All said and done, tho, the only great phase four movie ended up being "No Way Home".
Rated 17 Nov 2022
80
63rd
A strong entry in the MCU canon. Acting, sets, visuals, music all on point to transport you to a world like our own except with with underwater people and the nation of Wakanda.
Rated 27 Nov 2022
35
2nd
The worst Marvel movie yet. So bad it could be DC.
Rated 28 Nov 2022
80
87th
Put it to 70 at first but then saw that I put 77 to the first one. So bumping up this one to 80.
Rated 29 Nov 2022
53
18th
I liked how the series is heading towards a potentially good political thriller, which can differentiate itself from other MCU films. The acting was quite good, too. Other than those, I was not particularly impressed. The movie seemed like a dull opener for the forthcoming eventful series finale. On another note, the movie was too dark; I mean not just the overall atmosphere, but many important scenes were so dark that I had to rely only on lines to interpret what was going on.
Rated 06 Dec 2022
94
85th
For a sequel that lost its main star to cancer 2 years ago, this does a good job at picking up the pieces and moving forward. And it reiterates what really made its predecessor connect with audiences. The culture and humanity of the fictional country, Wakanda, and its racial representation are what makes the Black Panther franchise.
Rated 22 Dec 2022
55
28th
Better then the first. Immenseley disapointed in the ending. They could have had a a great red witch villian against the avengers. But nooooo. Thry have to make some bs message about peace even when the villians straight up killed your populations children and destroyed your capital city. Wtf disney, sort your shit writers out. Oh and that university girl is a piss take. Talk about more mary sue then rey from star wars
Rated 24 Dec 2022
80
71st
The Black Panther movies are those rare movies where Blacks aren't cast for diversity but they are the movie! It is a movie that sits well with the current times what with the General being a petite lady and Black Panther's teenage sister being the science wizard. It's quite an intelligently made movie. The humour's also sharp especially when directed at the colonial past of the Whites.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
40
37th
This is possibly the most boring the MCU has been. On some level it is a bit of an odd spot due to Chadwick's death, but the general motivations of the villain are non-sensical and its attempts at making him sympathetic is eyerolling and dull taking away a lot of the pompous edge that defined the original character. Furthermore, there's little interest in actually investigating the consequences of T'Challa's death and moreso solemnly commemorating the actor, which is a further bore.
Rated 30 Dec 2022
65
39th
Wowtrynasavehim+likemayan+ididntlikethegirlthatmuch-againfewmehoverreactedjokes+LNbodysogreat+wowABdies-shewasgreat/looktoo+Viscoolsometimes/sometimesmehlol+ancestralplainkillmonger+gonnakillN-yieldinstead+LN/Tsonlol
Rated 01 Feb 2023
68
21st
A noble attempt but a largely unsuccessful one. The emotional stuff is not bad but it’s haphazardly shoved between MCU-mandated plot points so it’ll be like Namor vibranium MY SON IS DEAD!!!!!! Riri Williams Namor. Namor is also a boring and not interesting character. None of the character arcs really hit for me. Generally I just wasn’t that into it. Not the most interesting criticism but the most truthful one!
Rated 03 Feb 2023
77
79th
I didn't expect to enjoy this one as much as I did. Action packed with heart. Great set pieces and performances abound. Well worth your time. 7.7
Rated 03 Feb 2023
70
41st
Went in with absolutely rock-bottom expectations, ended up quite enjoying its ridiculous, absurd, self-serious schlock. It has a weird, propulsive energy, even though nothing really makes sense and I never understood what the central conflict even was. The epitome of dumb fun
Rated 03 Feb 2023
77
67th
Wakanda forever is pretty good .The grief angle has been worked out well and the situation they found themselves in is dealt with respectfully. The cast is nearly entirely female and it's refreshing. Some of the effects and green screen are not great though. I enjoy Marvel,but they're churning out too many movies a year and it's showing
Rated 04 Feb 2023
68
63rd
There’s plenty to admire from the (mostly) super design & visuals, the excellent Namor and the death of a lead actor being dealt with a deft touch and genuine sensitivity. The cast are a mixed bunch, but Bassett is good, & Duke & Gurira are amongst the MCU’s most unappreciated assets. But it’s too long & narratively very clunky. Perhaps most distracting however is Wright, who at no point convinces that she can helm a film of this size. It’s solid, but not the big hitter the MCU needs right now.
Rated 04 Feb 2023
40
7th
Except for the music, everything fails. Story is a shitty ripoff from Avatar and Aquaman. Action sequences are terrible and looks cheap.
Rated 04 Feb 2023
57
28th
Almost as boring as the first one, but at least Bosman gets a proper farewell. Some cool fights.
Rated 05 Feb 2023
38
32nd
Probably the best thing to come out of phase four, which really just makes you realize how much phase four sucked. Take a break Marvel.
Rated 05 Feb 2023
70
37th
Not sure about this, maybe it will be okay to have fun in the next one? The character stuff is engaging but the action isn't exciting, the fighting abilities of the blue people too unclear.
Rated 06 Feb 2023
40
10th
It contains a fitting tribute to Boseman's T'Challa but beyond that I'm disappointed. The visuals, one of the first film's strengths, have been seriously downgraded. Everything looks flat and grey with the water scenes being the worst offenders. The premise of the film, an exploration of the relations between two super-powered states, is interesting but ultimately falls apart when the film needs to have the superheros do the superhero thing instead of actually exploring legitimate diplomacy/war
Rated 06 Feb 2023
40
15th
It is WAY TOO LONG as well as being up its own ass when it should be fun. This film is not fun. It is also the worst Marvel film of 2022.
Rated 06 Feb 2023
45
23rd
Unfortunately bloated as hell and poorly put together -- climax might be one of the weakest of the entire MCU --, despite the cast efforts and Coogler's delicate writing-directing.
Rated 08 Feb 2023
80
73rd
I was curious how they were going to handle this. I mean, of course I got spoiled on the main answer to that, but still. I think Namor was a good villain, and they did do a good job showing the grieving and adjusting to a new normal afterwards, but Chadwick was such an important part of what made this work, that it still felt underwhelming without him. It's a good story, but it's missing a key element that isn't made up for that well, and it's also too long. Riri felt out of place as well.
Rated 10 Feb 2023
64
27th
Waka Waka 2
Rated 12 Feb 2023
60
6th
Nope. A mess, nothing else to say.
Rated 13 Feb 2023
77
64th
This is a well made sequel. The director, Ryan Coogler, did a good job, especially dealing with the fact that Chadwick Boseman had passed away. There are a number of exciting scenes in moments in this movie. Overall I would recommend this film.
Rated 15 Feb 2023
32
5th
audiovisual 35 acting 40 overall feeling 20 avg 32
Rated 19 Feb 2023
69
45th
Uzun süresi yüzünden zaman zaman temposu düşmesine rağmen hikayeyi anlatmadaki başarısı sayesinde rahatça izleniyor adeta süper kahraman filmi değil de kabileler arası dram içeren savaş filmi gibi çekilmiş olması ise izlenirliği daha da cazip kılıyor. Hemen hemen tanınmamış isimlerle oluşturulan kast son derece başarılı ve iyi iş çıkarmış.
Rated 21 Feb 2023
42
40th
watchable
Rated 24 Feb 2023
60
44th
Nobody interacts with real world objects anymore in Marvel movies but at least Wakanda Forever sort of works on an emotional level because the cast was actually grieving a loss. For a woked-out MCU movie i found it pretty easy to sit through, especially since there are not that many fights. The fights have stopped working since the early Ironmans in my opinion. Bassetts oscar nomination is undeserved, she brings nothing unexpected to the table as a queen
Rated 25 Feb 2023
39
6th
Marginally more invigorating than the original, but this is still a downbeat and dour affair, especially as based around an admittedly tasteful and well executed tribute to Boseman; there is so much turgid talk about geopolitical issues that you wish they’d either take off the costumes and get serious, or else remember these movies are supposed to be about blowing up shit real good! Coogler proves again he’s an ill fit as action director, with the action scenes uniformly clunky and lethargic.
Rated 26 Feb 2023
69
38th
Wakanda Forever is a step backwards for Black Panther, largely due to a mediocre, far fetched plot and unnecessarily long run time
Rated 26 Feb 2023
68
53rd
The action scenes are solid, look good, and are fun. But the scenes between the action drag. The movie is 45 minutes too long and has a few too many characters. And for a plot with as many war crimes as it has, it felt too light.
Rated 09 Mar 2023
95
83rd
The bad: The pacing is off, it takes to long to find its themes, the visuals should have been more crisp like in the last movie. Other than that I really liked it! The performances were fantastic, and once it found its footing it was really great.
Rated 10 Mar 2023
40
11th
Angela Bassett is a powerhouse. She commands every scene with such gravitas that it’ll be an utter shame if she doesn’t walk out of the Oscars holding that golden statue. There is very little else in this movie that’ll have a long-lasting effect. I wish this would have been an exploration of matriarchal power being passed on, and a human level story of mother-daughter relationship. But this tries to cram so much stuff in it, even the three hour runtime doesn’t save it. On the contrary.
Rated 13 Mar 2023
60
39th
We have two Avatar movies in 2022, I guess. The only noteworthy thing is that cool throne of Namor.
Rated 14 Mar 2023
70
60th
It's a well-done and pleasing film, and Bassett, Duke, and Huerta are fantastic. Letitia Wright's Shuri, however, is a pretty one-dimensional character, and not one you ever really empathize with. The actress who plays Riri is pretty terrible. At the end, you're just reminded how big of a hole Boseman leaves behind, and nobody around can fill it. 14/MAR/2023
Rated 11 Apr 2023
40
13th
Terrible, like any other marvel product. in this one its especially fun how shallow the understanding of politics is in the eyes of the writers. Its a pure Manecheism, where power just has to reside in the right hands. No systemic criticism found here, just some watered down, shallow bourgeoisie liberalism
Rated 11 Apr 2023
20
4th
The only time this film gave me any enjoyment was when i checked the timecode, i saw we were only halfway through and i laughed out loud because i thought we were near the end. BP2 is the worst MCU film in 10 years. It's 1,5 hours too long, the pacing is truly terrible and it's filled with pointless crap. The plot is utterly nonsensical, most of the action is dull, the CGI is dodgy and it's almost completely humourless. There are three funerals! Oh god, and the platitudes. Truly aggravating.
Rated 16 Apr 2023
55
23rd
Easily one of the worst Marvel movies for me, might be even worst than Eternals. I watched in 2 days and still struggled to finish it. I understand and respect the mourning but for 2.5 hours?? Come oooon.. The only good thing in this film was Bassett.
Rated 26 Mar 2024
71
58th
More all-around solid than I ever expected a Black Panther sequel to be, especially going without Boseman
Rated 06 May 2023
70
60th
Enjoyable and sad.
Rated 21 May 2023
44
41st
Was begging for it to end already for the last 40 minutes.
Rated 22 Jun 2023
60
23rd
This overly long film largely feels like a project to link past Marvel products into future Marvel products. There are so many plot strands and characters set up that it never feels like a sincere attempt to tell a story. I found myself utterly incapable of paying attention to what was happening.
Rated 22 Jun 2023
55
34th
Black Panther öykülerini ben mi beğenmiyorum. Bilemedim. Bu sefer, Vibranyum kullanan su altında yaşayan 1 Avatar ırk ile tanışıyoruz. Letitia Wright'ın başrole geçtiği film, Angela Bassett'in kraliçe rolüyle izletiyor. Fakat uzun süresi beni sıktı. Sezar hikayesi de Aquaman'a dönüştü. Yine de seyir zevki iyi ve özel efektler de güzel. Filmin sonunda, pes ediyorum. Kayıp Balık Namor.
Rated 29 Jun 2023
30
7th
Bunch of black women walking around and saying meaningless tech words. Low effort even for a Marvel movie. Don't watch it unless you have to for some reason.
Rated 29 Jun 2023
4
10th
I lasted fifteen minutes. then realized it was a three hour piece of shit and started skipping through it without ever finding anything even remotely interesting
Rated 15 Jul 2023
90
64th
Wakanda Forever is better than it probably had any right being. With the death of Chadwick Boseman and the decision to kill off T'Challa instead of casting a replacement actor it could have gone really bad. What we got though was a movie that looked both at how different people deal with grief and mourning, but also two very different views of how to lead advanced nations. Namor is kind of interesting, but I felt he was on the path to become what he claimed to hate.
Rated 15 Feb 2024
70
56th
I felt kinda lukewarm over the first Black Panther, but I feel like part of it was hearing all the crazy hype surrounding it and then finding that it wasn't that special after all. Plot-wise I did prefer this second one, but it is just way too long for its own good. The visuals here are gorgeous and I was constantly in awe at the set and costume design. The acting is top-notch, as well, but there are so many things that could have been left out or shortened. Ironheart in this one, just why?
Rated 24 Aug 2023
74
59th
The exploration of grief is more interesting than many recent MCU movies, but otherwise there's not much "new" going on here. Just a set up for the fish people to at some point join in a massive dust up.
Rated 06 Nov 2023
40
20th
a) political fantasy of a conflict without geology, they world powers don't have distances between b) here i see echos of the volta dam project and the deal made with kaiser aluminum in ghana, hauntology of the pan-african dream, the floods
Rated 07 Jan 2024
55
9th
Outside of the needless Riri and Freeman subplots, the inept, weightless action and the sub-par filmmaking, I think the main reason Wakanda Forever is such a drag is the most recurring problem in Marvel movies: feigned importance. Marvel loves coating their movies in the sheen of poignancy, often hinting at or nibbling at the edges of genuinely difficult and interesting dilemmas. However, they always tackle those questions in inane, toothless and vapid ways.

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