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Black Panther (Feb. 16, 2018)



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Will be going to see this.



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I was well beyond my comic book reading days when Black Panther (1966) debuted on Marvel. His appearance in Captain America: Civil War was interesting but didn't leave me thirsting for more. A quick peek at his Wiki page shows he has undergone several transformations since his inception so I will be watching how this character plays out.

Whether I see this movie in the theater will likely depend on the reviews.

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I started muttering, "oh geez, another stand alone film in the MEU, do we have to tick every single box," but ... it looks okay. Hopefully it's not Disneyfied African culture. Hopefully it's a STORY that I want to see (not just superhero antics du jour). Hopefully there are character arcs and humor and originality (like Ant-man, Deadpool).

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Official trailer.
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This looks good. I bet it will be better than that Thor debacle they just released. Leave the comedy to the Guardian Of The Galaxy.

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The internet is going crazy over this one after the early screening this past week.

Surprised theres not more talk about it on this forum.

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MSN.com is reporting that the advance ticket sales for this film have exceeded those of other recent comic-book movies incredibly. I for one am seeing this in IMAX 3D, and I got my ticket in advance for an opening weekend show. Ever since I first saw the character in Captain America: Civil War, and then the first trailer, I've been hungry for this for a while now. I know it won't disappoint.

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I've got my tickets for the Thursday night premiere at a Dolby Cinema. I'm looking forward to it.

But beware, people are planning to bomb the Rotten Tomatoes audience score like they did with The Last Jedi.

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I've got my tickets for the Thursday night premiere at a Dolby Cinema. I'm looking forward to it.

But beware, people are planning to bomb the Rotten Tomatoes audience score like they did with The Last Jedi.

Edit: Facebook took down the group page.


Going to watch this on the 17th. Regarding the Last Jedi that was ****, don’t need RT to tell me that.

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seen the Black panther tonight it was ok.it certainly wasn't as great as the reviews it's getting on rotten tomato it wasn't groundbreaking it wasn't the best comic book movie in decades it was a typical decent Marvel movie
No more no less and for people who said it was better than Iron Man one well you're wrong about that to me that still the best Marvel movie of them all. And please it's not even in the same class as TDK not even close

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Just about to head in and watch black panther hope it’s good as the reviews

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Just about to head in and watch black panther hope it’s good as the reviews
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I just saw Black Panther in a Dolby Cinema. It's a wonderful superhero movie, and the Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos sound are spectacular.

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I just saw Black Panther in a Dolby Cinema. It's a wonderful superhero movie, and the Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos sound are spectacular.



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Good to know Scott . I’ve heard good things about the movie.

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I saw it last night in 3d....

great movie, I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars.
killmonger is the best villian since heath ledger's joker.
I would still say the dark knight is the better movie overall.
the supporting cast is superior to other marvel movies an add value to the story. the ladies held there own as well.
the overall character development and world exploration is some of the best I've seen.

I would compare this to the first captain America movie: the first avenger. How that was it's own movie contained in a certain timeline circa 1940's with well rounder supporting characters who are vital to the world of captain america.
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Fantastic film we all enjoyed it. I actually enjoyed this more than some of the other marvel films that were made. I agree 4.5 out of 5 stars

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Just waiting for the second end of credits lol . ...

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I just saw Black Panther in a Dolby Cinema. It's a wonderful superhero movie, and the Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos sound are spectacular.

https://www.avsforum.com/black-panthe...r-atmos-sound/
so i'm looking for a dolby vision cinema in the ny area. why is it the two that i found make no mention of dolby vision HDR? All it says is powerful images and sound technologies combine with cutting edge reserved recliners bla bla bla. I assume there will be no dolby vision HDR? Am I mistaken?
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Saw Black Panther last night in true 6 story tall IMAX. Excellent movie.

But as I was watching it, i couldn't help but think about and appreciate the Dark Knight Trilogy. As good as Black Panther is, there is an overreliance on miraculous metals, impossible technologies, aliens, etc. The Dark Knight Trilogy was grounded and felt real, there were plausible explanations for everything including how he built his suit, the Tumbler, his training, etc., without falling back on the the crutch and suspension of disbelief breaking shortcut and cliche reliance on magic, impossible technologies, aliens, et. al. Even Gotham City felt like a real place as compared to Wakanda which just felt like a fake Disneyworld EPCOT Center amusement park hopeful future country. Oh, and the current DCEU is the same, with too much aliens, magic, impossible technology, and CGI.

Just one man's opinion....
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Saw Black Panther last night in true 6 story tall IMAX. Excellent movie.

But as I was watching it, i couldn't help but think about and appreciate the Dark Knight Trilogy. As good as Black Panther is, there is an overreliance on miraculous metals, impossible technologies, aliens, etc. The Dark Knight Trilogy was grounded and felt real, there were plausible explanations for everything including how he built his suit, the Tumbler, his training, etc., without falling back on the the crutch and suspension of disbelief breaking shortcut and cliche reliance on magic, impossible technologies, aliens, et. al. Even Gotham City felt like a real place as compared to Wakanda which just felt like a fake Disneyworld EPCOT Center amusement park hopeful future country. Oh, and the current DCEU is the same, with too much aliens, magic, impossible technology, and CGI.

Just one man's opinion....
I think BP is a beautifuly made film.. I’m going to see it again at the Bensalem Dolby Cinema, I could tell the visuals and sound would be a better experience than the plain theater with low stereo sound I saw it in..

The Dark Knight trilogy to me is a masterpiece and what every “A” level comic movie should aspire to, but keep in mind, Batman, Superman, Spider-Man are all traditional “A” level characters that are expected to deliver great films, The Dark Knight Trillogy (with is real world feel) is and likely will forever be in a league of its own. Dark Knight was filmed in Chicago as Gotham.. can’t get any more real that that.

Iron Man and the Punisher, are “B” level characters with Iron Man raising to “A” level with Downey’s magnificent roles in the films.

Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Ant Man, and Deadpool are all “C” level characters traditionally.. to see BP get a $200mln budget and show the potential of Marvel’s deep character catalog able to build franchises that continue to fuel the Avengers films, is quite something.

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Saw it Thursday night in a standard theater. Was very impressed -- definitely exceeded my expectations. One of the most enjoyable Marvel movies I've seen. I like that it stands alone, without too many high-personality characters crowding the screen like in the Avengers stuff.

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I saw this movie in Dolby Vision HDR/Atmos Thursday night in Baton Rouge. I cannot add anything to the AVS Forum review. Very good film; excellent way to view it. I may return and see a 3-D IMAX presentation, but for now I'm satisfied.
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Saw Black Panther last night in true 6 story tall IMAX. Excellent movie.

But as I was watching it, i couldn't help but think about and appreciate the Dark Knight Trilogy. As good as Black Panther is, there is an overreliance on miraculous metals, impossible technologies, aliens, etc. The Dark Knight Trilogy was grounded and felt real, there were plausible explanations for everything including how he built his suit, the Tumbler, his training, etc., without falling back on the the crutch and suspension of disbelief breaking shortcut and cliche reliance on magic, impossible technologies, aliens, et. al. Even Gotham City felt like a real place as compared to Wakanda which just felt like a fake Disneyworld EPCOT Center amusement park hopeful future country. Oh, and the current DCEU is the same, with too much aliens, magic, impossible technology, and CGI.

Just one man's opinion....

I personally think the Dark Knight Trilogy is lesser for being so grounded. As a fan of superhero comics, animation and movies, I personally HATE it when filmmakers purposefully ground the movies to make them more realistic. Grounding the characters personalities is fine....making them feel like real people is great...but when it comes to superheroes, I much prefer if filmmakers emphasize the SUPER aspect of the genre.
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I saw it last night in 3d....

great movie, I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars.
killmonger is the best villian since heath ledger's joker.
I would still say the dark knight is the better movie overall.
the supporting cast is superior to other marvel movies an add value to the story. the ladies held there own as well.
the overall character development and world exploration is some of the best I've seen.

I would compare this to the first captain America movie: the first avenger. How that was it's own movie contained in a certain timeline circa 1940's with well rounder supporting characters who are vital to the world of captain america.
How dare you compare killmonger to Heath ledger's joker I'm sorry but that's laughable.Heath ledger's performance along with TDK it self they're both in a league of their own. A few of us went to see the early showing Thursday night and I can promise you this it certainly wasn't Good enough to drag me back in the theater and pay another $17 to go see it again it was an average movie it wasn't as good as Iron Man one nor winter soldier in my opinion
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I personally think the Dark Knight Trilogy is lesser for being so grounded. As a fan of superhero comics, animation and movies, I personally HATE it when filmmakers purposefully ground the movies to make them more realistic. Grounding the characters personalities is fine....making them feel like real people is great...but when it comes to superheroes, I much prefer if filmmakers emphasize the SUPER aspect of the genre.
So what you're saying is you you really like stuff thats truly I mean truly unbelievably fake another words you like your movie full of CGI. Don't take this offensive but you're not a big fan of Michael Bay movie are you because you're there not grounded loaded with CGI and he love to blow stuff up
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So what you're saying is you you really like stuff thats truly I mean truly unbelievably fake another words you like your movie full of CGI.

You are correct. I like CGI. When done correctly, CGI allows filmmakers to create entirely new worlds from their imagination. Sets and settings that would be impossible to do with practical effects. In my opinion, the best effects are a combination of CGI and practical, but extensive CGI doesn't bother me in the slightest. I do not want the imagination of the writers and directors to be inhibited by the limits of the SFX. Get crazy, I'm cool with it.




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Don't take this offensive but you're not a big fan of Michael Bay movie are you because you're there not grounded loaded with CGI and he love to blow stuff up

I'm not a huge Michael Bay fan, but neither am I a hater. I think he is a talented and very competent filmmaker, but I agree with many that his films are missing a heart. He has a tough time injecting his movies with a solid human element. It has nothing to do with his explosions and SFX. His SFX are usually quite well done, as is the cinematography and camera work. The man knows his craft....he just has trouble with people I think. Which is why he was good to direct a film full of robots.


I am a huge fan of super heroes, fantasy stories with lots of magic and sci-fi in the Space Opera variety. The crazier the better. I loved Jupiter Ascending, CGI and all.
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