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REVIEW: WAKANDA FOREVER

BBN Film Critic Latae Green debuts, providing the first film review of the school year on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in a continuing series

 

By: Latae Green

November 18, 2022


Guys, there is a movie trending at #1 in the United States right now with 84% tomatoes. I’m not sure if you guessed it, but today we are going to discuss the newest movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. If you did not know already Wakanda Forever came out on November 11, 2022.

Believe me when I say if I had one word to describe this inspirational movie it would be impactful. At the very beginning of the movie, Chadwick Boseman was acknowledged greatly for his impact on his country, known as Wakanda, by highlighting his death. And I really believe it was inspirational to not only the actors and actresses themselves but also to us.


There have been a lot of deaths that have impacted people’s lives whether they’re viewers, family members, or friends, and one of these deaths that hit society the hardest was Chadwick Boseman’s. And we all know that he would’ve been amazing in this terrific movie if he were still alive, Rest in Peace to him.


Black Panther: Wakanda Forever showed a lot more diversity than Black Panther did, and I feel like it made this movie 20 times better. You might be asking about diversity. In a movie? Well, I don’t want to spoil anything, but I’ll only say the life of the water encounters the life of the land. If you’ve watched the movie you’ll understand, if you didn’t hurry up and watch it! It’s too good to miss out on!! I really do hope that there is another movie though because who knows, maybe there’ll be a surprise we never expected.


“Wakanda Forever!!”, said Black Panther, who will always be remembered.

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