Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Review) – Another example of factory film-making gone wrong

    Wakanda Forever is a sequel to Black Panther and the MCU‘s Nth film. We lost track of the number of the MCU movies after the multiverse episode.

    The movie opens with a memorial to Chadwik Boseman, who tragically passed away at a young age. It’s an emotional time for fans, especially in the opening few minutes.The core premise of the movie is how Wakanda manages to defend itself from some unknown forces after Black Panther dies of an unexplained illness.

    Despite the actors’ best efforts, the picture suffers greatly from the lack of depth in characterization. The plots and motives seem quite mechanical. While complex action scenes are visually appealing, the story isn’t served by them. The tone is more serious than in past MCU comedies, resulting in a picture that is dull and lacks a fun element.

    MCU phase 4 takes a detour in terms of crafts. They even fail to deliver a decent, enjoyable film, proving that a great film is beyond reach. Everyone should understand that movies cannot be manufactured in factories.

    Wakanda Forever is another example of factory film-making gone wrong.

    Black Panther: Wakanda Forever


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