|Directed By||Ryan Coogler|
Compared to the other Marvel films, Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther” has turned out to be quite different. To point out one of the many differences, the movie is a clear sign of embracing diversity and representation. Clearly, this is not your traditional Marvel film. It has demonstrated the strong economic power of diversity and inclusion on screen and restarted nostalgic conversations on the potential of black power. The film is proving out to have such an influence that audience from all around the world are beginning to crave more films with such a level of diversity.
“Black Panther” is a film, unlike most, which has something, and Is able to perform without deviating from the original superhero dynamics. The film is perfectly synchronised with the original plot, gives the audience an overview of where the story has continued from.
Black Panther picks up in the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, where audiences were first introduced to Chadwick Boseman’s Prince T’Challa and his superhero alter ego Black Panther. The story then continues to move forward with the element of coherence along with just the right amount of humour connected to it. The story in the film is the perfect combination of action, funny, and enthrallment due to which, the film has so far gathered up over 1 billion USD in the box office inevitably making it worthy of being featured in the future award shows.
To summarize, films like Black Panther have shown how a good plot with the right chemistry of actors can lead to a cultural phenomenon. People don’t just enjoy these films but want to immerse themselves in them. The film has inspired many other directors to take up the diversity issue by portraying it in their films as well. In the end, it’s safe to say that the movie is definitely one that should be in every Marvel fan’s watchlist as it delivers quality entertainment in terms of both storyline and humour.