Let Shuri direct.
It’s fucking stupid.
‘back into the fray’
It was during the coronation scene. People were being asked who would challenge T’Challa for the throne. After many tribes had spoken, Shuri puts up her hand, says her corset is killing her and that “can we just wrap it up and go home(?).”
I’ve seen a lot of comments about how he’s still wrong and still a sociopath, but I don’t think that’s the point.
Hey. Big fan of your articles. I just wish I didn’t have to wade through the comments section over there (especially since I’m greyed out there, too) to find a comment that isn’t insulting to a black mentality.
Wow, I know this must be super special black...Pullam-Moore posted it directly to The Root and not i09!
The only valid reply to a troll is “woof, woof, woof, woof...”
Before the trolls show up bleating what a racist you are for publishing this, allow me to say you are absolutely correct.
There is really no spoiler free answer since your question is one of the main themes of the movie. To answer it is to, well, spoil the film.
That is a hover mustang and I am dead
I love it! As somebody who left DC and Marvel behind a long time ago, Valiant is giving me the shared superhero universe fix I missed, but in a smaller package that’s easier to digest, easier for them to keep straight (and compelling), and comes without the constant string of company-wide crossovers. I’ve really…
This same author wrote about how great the movie is. It doesn’t mean he can’t be disappointed that, in the 20-something big budget super-hero movies that have come out since X-Men 1 there have been zero openly gay characters. Its not about *this* movie. It’s a bigger conversation. If it bothers you, don’t join in.
This movie is doing things I have never seen a movie do to the public at large.
I agree. It’s the difference between a “fish out of water” story and a “fish in water” type of tale you describe in the review. BP’s narrative as opposed to the fun yet unmistakable trope of Thor learning human ways that’s worked great in lots of films (Splash being my favorite of the bunch). Looking forward to…
It probably wouldn’t make a lot of sense to make a movie about the African nation of Wakanda with all white people.
Thankfully, there’s no big, glowing, CGI deus ex machina waiting as Black Panther’s ultimate big bad, but the film’s penultimate major battle is chock full of just enough explosions to scratch your itch if you’re into that kind of thing.
I think Kenneth Branagh directed the Asgard scenes in the first Thor movie with a definite Shakespearean flair, but his Earth-bound scenes were much less so (but no less fun in my opinion). I get the sense that “Black Panther” will carry that epic feel throughout its story and delve into the universal themes that…
Donald Glover as a young Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo movie. It was the casting that made everybody stand up and applaud when it was announced last year. Now that we’ve seen a trailer for Solo and are hearing Glover talk about playing Cloud City’s chief dude, our hunger for a Lando-centric project has only…