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Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2018
Wow! After all the hype I was super disappointed in this film. Here’s why: the CG sucked & was extremely sub par for a marvel universe film. The soundtrack was terrible! I love African tribal drums & a really good opportunity was wasted here with what came out to be mostly generic orchestration. The fight choreography was lack-luster. The plot wasn’t very good either. So many plot elements did not make sense for certain characters. Also it was sad to see so many African American actors butcher their African accents. Would have been good to bring in a vocal coach for those that needed it. All in all this film was not very engaging but seemed to be full of deep symbolism - which made it very off balance. It could have been a cultural masterpiece (like the Lion King) but what we got was a B-movie production with an A-movie budget. While this was not the worst marvel film it was definitely the most overrated & should not have won so many awards & nominations.
I know nothing of the Comic. This review is of the movie only. And what a terrific fantasy / action movie it is. The action drives this film, it's pretty much where all the important plot points happen. There's a good story arch that reveals itself later in the action, and there's lots of action. The tech is advanced far beyond our current level of abilities. Which makes for some really cool and fun stuff. I'm not going to spoil anything. The hero is, of course, a mild mannered and underassuming guy, who proves fallible, but capable. He has a large support system of friends who make interesting characters. I don't want to give away too much. I wouldn't hesitate to take young kids to this movie. But I'm mostly liberal with children and movies. I don't remember any swearing and little gory blood stuff except one scene where some blood pools on purpose.
I've been a comic book collector for decades, and Marvel's universe, and characters have always been in my collection. I've enjoyed this movie and the Blank Panther portrayal compared to the original comics. Although there's much more to this movie than a simple film, it did inspire a movement and made more money in the box office breaking records until the Black Panther appeared again on film in the next Avengers movie of 2018. I won't add any spoilers, but this is certainly a must add to any Marvel fan's video collection.
4.0 out of 5 starsA fresh, fascinating, yet familiar-feeling origin movie
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 28, 2018
Black Panther may be one of the most important movies of the year because of its cultural significance, but compared to some other MCU movies it is somewhat lacking in the actual filmmaking and storytelling. Black Panther explores the origin story of T'Challa, expanding on the character first introduced in Civil War.
Black Panther is a solid origin movie that resembles the early MCU's 'Phase 1' movies, in the best and worst ways, due to the all too familiar plot beats, but the new, interesting and strikingly unusual setting and plot devices make for an entertaining experience.
As for the 4K/UHD Blu-ray itself, the UHD BR offers a moderate but not dramatic leap over the regular Blu-ray, with the most notable improvement being the deeper, richer colour palette. The richer colours and range of blacks and brightness become abundantly clear during certain dark scenes in the movie, in which the blacks are inky and the small sources of light and colours pop. A noteworthy moment is the car chase scene, in which the street lights and signs, illuminated shop banners, and car, water and window reflections all shine and shimmer immaculately.
Le boitier comprend le bluray 2D & le bluray 4K du film. Le film présente les aventures solo de Black Panther qui devra affronter Ulysse Klaw & Eric Killmonger tout en assurant la direction du Wakanda dont il a été intronisé roi suite aux évènements survenus dans "Captain America:Civil War". Le film propose une image d'une netteté incroyable (paysage du Wakanda), des couleurs magnifiques (la ville de Busan la nuit). Côté son, la VF ne se défend pas mal (DD+ 7.1) face à une VO Dolby Atmos 7.1.4. La bande-son est également de bonne facture. Bref que du bon, à découvrir ou à revoir!
4.0 out of 5 starsMuy Buena Calidad , Sonido Y entretenimiento
Reviewed in Mexico on April 21, 2019
La pelicula en si es muy buena y entretenida , opte por esta version ante el blu-ray ya que aparte de tener version digital y blu ray incluida seria de mis primeras experiencias 4K , no me decepcionó , los extras y adicionales de el disco son entretenidos , lastima que marvel ya no haga One-shots , pero esa es otra historia , si eres fan de la calidad y quieres probar el 4k la recomiendo , si no opta mejor por la opcion Blu Ray, ahh como dato adicional yo compre esta en oferta :)
For a movie that takes place almost exclusively on Earth, there was still a lot of CGI used. Overall the movie is quite enjoyable. Surprisingly none of the Avengers dropped by. The late great Stan Lee of course made his traditional cameo. About an hours worth of extras on the regular Blu-ray.
Produit reçu ouvert (scotch sur le côté du boitier),1 des bluray se balader à l'intérieur. Le plis étonnant est les traces de doigt certes qui partent ms sont bien là.pas professionnel de vendre des produits dans cette état.
5.0 out of 5 starsUne belle réussite dans un univers déjà bien chargé en super héros !
Reviewed in France on July 7, 2018
C'est une belle réussite tant sur le fond que sur la forme. "Black Panther" est indéniablement (mais pour d'autres raisons) avec "Deadpool" l'une des plus grandes réussites des studios Marvel depuis l'apparition des Iron Man, Captain America, Thor & Co... En 4K, le film prend une dimension encore plus impressionnante avec des effets soignés et dont le détail ne peut plus nous échapper. A voir!
Ce n'est pas un film culte, mais il est agréable à regarder avec un scénario attrayant. Par contre, la qualité technique du DVD 4K UHD mérite la note maximum. Le rendu sur les paysages, les peaux et les habits sont bluffant. Bravo. Mais qu'attendent les Major Compagnies pour nous proposer d'autres Blu-Ray 4K UHD ? L'offre 4K est actuellement ridiculement pauvre.