After his father’s death, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), King of Wakanda, returns to the isolated, but technologically advanced, people in order to claim the rightful throne. However, once a strong old enemy reappears, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) ‘s competence is tested when it enters into a terrible conflict that threatens the fate of Wakanda and the whole world. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must free his allies and the power to overcome his enemies, protect his people’s safety and his way of life.
Black Panther tried to keep up with other Marvel films but could not. The formation of Wakanda, the use and spread of vibranium and technology is very well structured. The story gives a very good start to the characters’ infrastructure, but it’s really a shame that they strangle us with unappealing action scenes instead of building on the character’s infrastructure. I found no meaning in the staging outside of America that the characters do not speak each other in the mother tongue of that country and that they speak English with an African accent. In the film African characters could speak in their own language or with fluent English.
There is obviously a situation since the Civil War, Chadwick Boseman absolutely not available for Black Panther. He probably does his best in the sense of acting but the type of Chadwick Boseman does not say “this is the king of kings”.
Finally, I think that Black Panther are meeting the expected profitability with a very good PR work, not from good script and acting.