Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

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 the help of War Dog Nakia and Everett Ross and forge a new path for the kingdom of Wakanda.

  • Released: 2022-11-09
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Lupita Nyong'o, Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Tenoch Huerta Mejía, Michaela Coel, Dominique Thorne, Florence Kasumba, Isaach De Bankolé, Dorothy Steel, Gigi Bermingham, Shiquita James, Curtis Bannister, Jarrell Pyro Johnson, Tejon Wright, Adam Freeman, Marlon Hayes, Babatunde Oyewo, Danny Sapani, Mabel Cadena, Josué Maychi, Alex Livinalli, María Mercedes Coroy, Richard Schiff, Zach Andrews, Manuel Chavez, Kamaru Usman, Michael B. Jordan, Lake Bell, Robert John Burke, Connie Chiume, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael B. Jordan, Zainab Jah, Sope Aluko, Trevor Noah, Shawn Roberts, Zola Williams, Janeshia Adams-Ginyard, Jemini Powell, Marija Abney, Keisha Tucker, Ivy Haralson, Maya Macatumpag, Baaba Maal, Jabari Exum, Massamba Diop, Magatte Saw, Gerardo Aldana, Rudolph Massanga, Judd Wild, Amber Harrington, Michael Blake Kruse, Justin James Boykin, Anderson Cooper, Mackenro Alexander, T. Love, Floyd Anthony Johns Jr., Jermaine Brantley, Granger Summerset II, Luke Lenza, Alan Wells, Bill Barrett, Lieiry J. Perez Escalera, Sevyn Hill, Gavin Macon, Skylar Ebron, Taylor Holmes, Angela Cipra, Faya Madrid, María Telón, Sal Lopez, Irma Estella La Guerre, Leonardo Castro, Juan Carlos Cantu, Shawntae Hughes, Corey Hibbert, Zaiden James, Aba Arthur, Délé Ogundiran, Kevin Changaris, Valerio Dorvillen, Don Castor, Jonathan González Collins, Divine Love Konadu-Sun, Chadwick Boseman
  • Director: Ryan Coogler
 Comments
  • a-r-notifications - 9 January 2023
    Sad
    Extremely bad, almoat fell asleep a few times. Very sad and very bad. Movie. Incoherent at best. Story telling is absent. But pushing a said direction is heavily present. Would have hoped the sequel to such a great movie would have held it's ground. Sad to see the they just made it about regurgitating vomit. Don't know why they're doing this.

    They should really call it something different if they're not going to keep the entertainment part in the movie. Torture would have been an easier thing to endure.

    It's sad that sounds good stories don't find it's place yet crappy ones like these, are marketed and made into something that they're not which is to say good movies.

    Disney and Marvel really need to rethink on how to make movies entertaining again.
  • r96sk - 5 January 2023
    An entertaining and even touching final chapter of the MCU's Phase Four
    Chadwick Boseman is undeniably missed, but 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' still manages to produce an entertaining and even touching final chapter of the MCU's Phase Four.

    I had a positive time with this, one good thing about watching it almost two months after release is that I got to watch this in an empty cinema - absolute bliss. Thankfully I managed to avoid all spoilers, though had heard the name Namor bandied about online so that's all I knew coming into it.

    Speaking of Namor, I'm a fan. He makes for a cool new character to the universe, as does Talokan as a whole, with Tenoch Huerta a welcomed addition to the cast - first time I recall seeing him in something, and I'm impressed. The star of this 2022 flick, however, is Letitia Wright. I don't really remember her standing out in the original much, at least to me, but here Wright is excellent.

    Angela Bassett is very good also, there's one emotion-filled speech scene in particular that stands out in my memory. Danai Gurira is always a joy to watch, while Winston Duke and Lupita Nyong'o are the best of the rest - though, the whole cast are good; even Martin Freeman, who I'm not always convinced by.

    The film handles Boseman's absence nicely, there are some very touching moments in there. I'd say they went the correct way with the character of T'Challa, no-one would've been able to even closely replicate Boseman. The music, meanwhile, is pleasant.

    I do think this has some relatively minor pacing issues, mainly around the midway point, but other than that I felt more than satisified with what I had just watched when leaving the cinema. Phase Five, see you soon!