Black Panther (2018)

2018 • 134 minutes
7.61K reviews
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After the death of his father, the king of Wakanda, young T'Challa returns home to the isolated high-tech African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when a powerful enemy reappears, T'Challa's mettle as king – and Black Panther – is tested when he's drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, he must release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people and their way of life.


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Black Panther (2018) - From Page to Screen - A Roundtable Discussion
20 minutes
Delve into this trailblazing film's making and significance with the writers and filmmakers who brought Black Panther to life.
Black Panther (2018) - Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years - Connecting the Universe
8 minutes
Trace the links between characters and storylines in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Black Panther (2018) - Exclusive Sneak Peek at Ant-Man and the Wasp
2 minutes
Return to the funniest corner of the MCU for a behind-the-scenes glimpse at this colossal adventure of shrinking dimensions.
Black Panther (2018) - Crowning of a New King
5 minutes
Explore Black Panther's world in all its color and complexity as he grapples with what it means to be king.
Black Panther (2018) - The Hidden Kingdom Revealed
6 minutes
Experience the vibrant diversity of Wakanda and its people.
Black Panther (2018) - The Warriors Within
6 minutes
Get to know the women of Wakanda – and the powerful actors who bring them to life on-screen.
Black Panther (2018) - Wakanda Revealed: Exploring the Technology
6 minutes
Unlock the potential of the force that drives Wakandan progress and prosperity – vibranium.
Black Panther (2018) - Gag Reel
1 minute
The cast battles a series of on-set screwups, gaffes and prop fails in this heroic gag reel.
Black Panther (2018) - Deleted Scene - UN Meet and Greet
1 minute
Everett Ross has misgivings about T'Challa's plan.
Black Panther (2018) - Deleted Scene - Okoye and W'Kabi Discuss the Future of Wakanda
1 minute
Okoye confronts W'Kabi about his loyalty to the king.
Black Panther (2018) - Deleted Scene - T'Challa Remembers His Father
1 minute
The new king shares recollections of his father with Zuri – and seeks answers.
Black Panther (2018) - Deleted Scene - Voices from the Past
2 minutes
As T'Challa grieves for his father, he is tormented by memories.
Black Panther (2018) - Come To Wakanda – Before
1 minute
Welcome to Wakanda, a secluded land of lush savannas, ancient tribes and sacred traditions, untouched by the outside world.
Black Panther (2018) - Come to Wakanda - After
1 minute
Step behind the camouflage that has hidden the true Wakanda for so many years to explore its mind-blowing technological marvels.
Black Panther (2018) - Audio Commentary
134 minutes
By Director Ryan Coogler.

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7.61K reviews
A Google user
March 30, 2018
My thoughts at very bottom. I don't know how many people know that much of history and technology, however this movie has it wrong, badly. A country like this would never exist by being isolated (just look at tribes and other groups like that and you will see) they don't have almost any technology all they have are bows and tents. Now think how the heck does Wakanda get all the technology how have they even kept themselves hidden that would be almost impossible to stay hidden like that unless you live underground and use no technology(electrical), radio waves and other things like that are gonna get detected trust me. where do they grow there food is there even enough to feed anyone, the answer for that is that they would have to trade if they are a city state growing food in such a limited area they wouldn't be able to feed anyone. This goes against the fact they are trying to be separated from the rest of the world. While only a city state is small it would HAVE TO TRADE in order to survive for resources that they can't get where they are at. NOW THIS PART IS THE PART EVERONE FORGETS IN HISTORY. BEING A HISTORY TEACHER I'VE SEEN THIS TOO MUCH. during the Americas (making of America) there was a three way trade between the British, African Tribes, and the Americas. The British had know about Africa's tribal wars at the time and basically said "hey the slaves that you capture in battle we will trade with for guns. every slave would = 1 musket(technology Africa didn't have at the time) and around 10 pellets and gunpowder. This is what drove all the tribes to trade the slaves they captured for muskets for the tribal wars this in turn what made them slaves but remember they were not smuggled (unless it was from pirates and usually high up class A dirt bags) Well that's all the lessons I'm given today time for the movie review. -It didn't have terrible jokes just I never laughed at em either. -The white ppl where the racists in this movie(very biased, I would like to see a all white cast now make a movie and have the blacks robbing and shooting everyone. Stereotypes don't you just love em XD JK THOUGH IF YOU TAKE IT SERIOUS THEN OK, I KNOW YOUR A LEFTIST XD.) -they could have done much better on the special effects and on graphics if they we're going for an HD. Also it wasn't a all black crew from what I know there was two Jews I heard that funded the Movie.
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Jean Luc Pressoir
February 4, 2021
On the aftermath in Captain America: Civil War, brings the continuing story following the death of T'Challa's father, T'Chaka. T'Challa who is known as the Black Panther comes back to his African nation of Wakanda to assume the throne as king. Black Panther goes up against Erik Stevens / Killmonger really known as N'Jadaka, T'Challa's cousin to only seeking to overthrow taking over Wakanda and its vibranium Wakandan technology. Black Panther is an awesome film so inspirational to have an incredible actor Chadwick Boseman to play the character he's the best as one of the greatest African Americans of all time it's sad Mr. Boseman died in 2020 only at the age of 43. Chadwick Boseman acted as other characters before Black Panther, Nathaniel "Nate" Ray on Lincoln Heights, Jackie Robinson on 42, James Brown on Get on Up, and Thurgood Marshall on Marshall I love the movie so much even my family, my friends, and everyone especially mostly black people all around having to see a black superhero to look up to be a difference representing more African American culture. Black Panther is one of my favorite black superheroes alongside Virgil Hawkins / Static, Jefferson Pierce / Black Lightning, Mari McCabe / Vixen, Victor Stone / Cyborg, Miles Morales /Spider-Man, and John Henry Irons / Steel.
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Matt Joe
June 28, 2018
To try to wrap your mind around this unapologetic afro futuristic film is far too layered for most to appreciate. There is so much going in this movie to be intrigued by. Wakanda is a place unaffected by colonization and its understand what this means is to understand the power and potential of what could be for people of African decent. It's a freeing experiance mentally and the closest many black people have been to an Africa that wasn't manipulated by the media to look less than or more inferior than. I can't even wrap my mind around a negative review of this film...EVERY black (and non black person (in that order)) person should see this movie and consider what the various conversations this film presents. What Marvel is good at is weaving in real social commentary into its films while they entertain you but Black Panther is like nothing we have seen before, its dreaming out loud for many in the black community who were made to be ashamed of where we are from...the motherlands of motherland...Africa. Watch it with many eyes, this movie is more than a movie Ryan Coogler is a legend in the making. Salute to all who had a hand in the making of this film...its a movie that will stand the test of time.
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