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The latest chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has arrived on Disney+, where Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is now streaming in Canada.

Originally released on November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is the final movie of Phase 4 in the MCU and the sequel to Black Panther (2018). Following the death of King T'Challa, the fate of Wakanda is left in the hands of Shuri, M'Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje when a new threat emerges from the oceans.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has received mostly positive reviews, with praise for its character development and action sequences. In addition, the film is the latest title to be available in IMAX Enhanced, an exclusive Disney+ feature where you can stream select movies in IMAX's expanded 1.90:1 aspect ratio.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is available to stream for all Disney+ subscribers starting February 1 – sign up for Disney+ to start streaming, starting at just $11.99 per month.

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    • Just watched Wakanda Forever... NGL it was incredibly boring. Even the battles were boring.
      I’m with you on this one. I was going to watch it in theatre too. Glad I didn’t.
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    • Just rewatched it on Disney+. Have to say the DTS audio gave my speakers a good workout.
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    • Their entire country goes to war and they send one carrier holding their entire national leadership and a bunch of people with spears?
      I was wondering why they decloaked.

      Wasn't a fan of Namor.

      I would say the best character is the former General of the Wakanda girl power squad. I loved her response to Midnight Angel.

      Sorry, best character is Val. Dreyfus is amazing.
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    • Just watched Wakanda Forever... NGL it was incredibly boring. Even the battles were boring.
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    • Avatar did a much better job of showing a technologically advanced society in conflict with an aquatic one. Their entire country goes to war and they send one carrier holding their entire national leadership and a bunch of people with spears? Really? Wakanda never invented submarines?
      Wakanda is land-locked.
      Completely ridiculous that they even had a Carrier.
      Equally ridiculous for them to have subs.

      Everything they have should be flight based.
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    • Avatar did a much better job of showing a technologically advanced society in conflict with an aquatic one. Their entire country goes to war and they send one carrier holding their entire national leadership and a bunch of people with spears? Really? Wakanda never invented submarines?
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    • Forgive my ignorance but deleted scenes available on the streamers?
      There's one out there presumably promoting the physical media release

      Maybe I'm wrong but the thought that went into depicting a live action Namor increases my respect for the creative teams

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EafV82hFEks
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    • February 1 is the release date of WAKANDA FOREVER on Disney+. In honour of Black history month which is all of February, I will be re-watching both Black Panther movies. 😎

      Edit: I see the second movie is already available in HD on some of the shady sites I visit.
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    • I still have not watched this movie. Going to wait for the IMAX enhanced to stream on Disney+.


      Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Arrives On Disney+ This Month
      https://youtu.be/P8Vl2LS3u1I
      This is coming directly from Disney+ Hong Kong. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is listed for January under TBA.
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    • I liked it. They did a good job of addressing the Black Panther's passing (and a terrific updated Marvel logo). It was probably the most emotionally intense movie out of all the Marvel films in part because of his passing (both on screen and off).
      I also really liked the diversity in the casting which was also reflected in the cool soundtrack. The movie sets up future plot points as we move into the next MCU phase.

      Only one (fairly important) mid-credit scene. Personally I'm glad I avoided this thread and didn't have some aspects of the film spoiled.
      POTENTIAL MINOR SPOILERS.......


      Finally got around to watching it last night....

      I also liked it, but am not sure I can fully agree with them doing a good job on BP's passing.

      The one thing that made MCU great up until Endgame was the interconnection of movies/universe, and they really failed with this movie in that regard.
      BP 1 and BP 2 really work well with each other, but not so much with MCU.

      At this point, it really seems like the MCU approach to snap/blip has been pointless, and just confusing.

      In short - Wakanda had 5 years where T'Challa was snapped. How did they handle that?
      Also - Wakanda showed zero signs that they had, at any point, lost half of their population, then got them back 5 years later.
      Not even a mention. Like it never happened.

      It is also frustrating to watch this movie, and not be clear when this is happening - a few months after Endgame, a couple of years?
      How long was T'Challa back after the snap, only to die once more?

      Having their Monarch die, then be resurrected, only to die once again, would obviously have an impact on Wakandan society.
      It is a fairly significant plot-hole.

      I would however agree - they did a great job with the Marvel logo. The theatre was full, and you could have heard a pin drop at that moment. Very powerful.

      I also appreciated the diverse casting, the approach with Namor, and not running with "Atlantis".
      I loved the cool tech combined with ocean animal help approach.
      Loved the Siren like hypnotic effect.

      The biggest gripe I felt was with the massive Wakanda battle ship.
      Wakanda is land locked - why would they ever have this built, and where would they keep it?
      Design wise, it did not look like it could fly.
      As advanced as Wakanda is, I find it difficult to believe it was built within a short span of time, which would have to be the case because of the unawareness of this other civilization.
      Much less conflicted with Riri and her armour. They established she is a tech genius savant, and she had already built prototype armour with the limited resources that she had (similar to the Mark I of Tony Stark).
      With access to Wakanda tech, as well as the experts in that field, I expect it would be fairly easy for her to build that armour.
      Bit of a tougher stretch to buy in to her being to control it well without loads of practice.

      In any case - I very much enjoyed watching this movie. It worked very well as a sequel, so long as you are willing to forget the bigger MCU picture.
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    • I was joking with a friend that we don't have to watch Avatar in Dec cause this is pretty much it
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    • ^ Blasphemy if you are actually gonna watch the AVATAR sequel at home too and not on the big screen in a movie theatre next month. LOL

      Guess, this thread will be bumped with more reviews when WAKANDA FOREVER shows up on Disney+ maybe before 2023? Or maybe even later in January in the new year.
      Lol, just fer ya Mr Fanta - I’ll make sure to watch the avatar sequel cam version and post about it!!
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    • ^ Blasphemy if you are actually gonna watch the AVATAR sequel at home too and not on the big screen in a movie theatre next month. LOL

      Guess, this thread will be bumped with more reviews when WAKANDA FOREVER shows up on Disney+ maybe before 2023? Or maybe even later in January in the new year.
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    • Watched a decent cam version of this movie and I’d say the movie was only alright.

      The movie did a good job of addressing Tchalla’s passing but some plot points were a bit ridiculous.

      Esp the new character that invented a whole ton of stuff….whatttt???!

      Felt so rushed that part….perhaps they can flesh out that origin story in another movie

      Decent but think it is overhyped.
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    • Actually went to see an afternoon screening yesterday and walked over to DHL after the movie and picked up this. I'll switch it over to the battle damaged look later.
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    • This movie was ok. I enjoyed Namor but I am not sold on the new Black Panther. I did enjoy the cameo in the dream sequence. I might be getting Marvel fatigue as I am not liking the recent movies as much as I did a couple of years ago.
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    • I can see Black Adam being banned because of Pierce Brosnan's stand with the Dalai Lama but what in Wakanda is offensive?
      same-sex relationship between two characters

      There has been a few Disney movies banned in China the last few years.

      ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,’ ‘Black Adam’ Unlikely to Be Released in China (Exclusive)
      https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie ... 235260069/

      China Box Office: ‘Lighting Up the Stars’ Wins Weekend, ‘Thor 4’ in Limbo Over Suspected LGBTQ Censorship
      The Taika Waititi-directed superhero film could become the seventh consecutive Marvel tentpole to be blocked from release by China's regulators.
      https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movie ... 235177951/
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    • Good to know. It will be DOA without some money coming in from elsewhere. Looking more and more like they should have released it in the summer instead of waiting until fall...
      China's getting ridiculous these days. It's a miracle Black Adam can even get a release in China. People are getting banned from starting a live stream just because they're speaking Cantonese. 🤦
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    • Black Adam's scheduled for a November 11th release in China. Probably out now
      Good to know. It will be DOA without some money coming in from elsewhere. Looking more and more like they should have released it in the summer instead of waiting until fall...
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    • So this and Black Adam are not being released in China? Wonder what's up with that? I can see Black Adam being banned because of Pierce Brosnan's stand with the Dalai Lama but what in Wakanda is offensive?
      Black Adam's scheduled for a November 11th release in China. Probably out now
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    • I thought the movie was decent and enjoyed it. I think my favourite movies of the current phase are no way home and shang-chi. I'd put this right under them. Better then Thor or Eternals.
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    • So this and Black Adam are not being released in China? Wonder what's up with that? I can see Black Adam being banned because of Pierce Brosnan's stand with the Dalai Lama but what in Wakanda is offensive?
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    • I liked it. They did a good job of addressing the Black Panther's passing (and a terrific updated Marvel logo). It was probably the most emotionally intense movie out of all the Marvel films in part because of his passing (both on screen and off).
      I also really liked the diversity in the casting which was also reflected in the cool soundtrack. The movie sets up future plot points as we move into the next MCU phase.

      Only one (fairly important) mid-credit scene. Personally I'm glad I avoided this thread and didn't have some aspects of the film spoiled.
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    • Funko released pics of the new Black Panther toy which seems to reveal who the next Black Panther is. DUMB...
      Hot Toys promoting their WF BP fig but they don't give away the unmasked head

      https://www.taghobby.com/archives/666467
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    • Well it did just come out tonight in Hong Kong. That's a whole two days ahead of North America. And it's getting hard to avoid public opinion. FYI, I am doing a decent job avoiding spoilers...So far.
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    • 11 days away. I have to start using all the CineClub monthly tickets I've collected in the last year. Hope there are a few more movies to see before 2022 wraps up. LOL
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    • Somehow I think the Black Panther in the trailer won’t appear in the movie at all. It might be a fake out like how they put the Hulk running with the Avengers in the infinity War/Endgame trailer.
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    • WAKANDA FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    • Kukulkan in the comics :) . Far from Namor.
      Mebbe it's a Batman Begins Ras Al-Ghul fake out or closer to home Trevor Slattery
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    • Kukulkan in the comics :) . Far from Namor.
      (X-Men 74 reprints the story from 26)

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    • Yep, he did look East Asian, from how I picture/remember him. Of course, his look would vary amongst artists.

      In the comics, Scott Lang does become Ant-Man, though, so that part wasn't wrong. But it would have been nice to have Hank Pym as Ant-Man, so you could have Alicia Silverstone play Janet Van Dyne.

      In the comics, Hawkeye became Goliath (Ant-Man goes big, aka Giant Man) for awhile.
      I'm aware of the movement of characters within the canon universe, and I have no issue with that - especially if you just consider that the MCU is just another universe in the multiverse of Marvel. And I'm not saying it's a bad idea for them to move beyond Hank Pym, especially if Disney wanted to steer cleer of the physical abuse and marital problem angles that are part of that character. I actually liked that they used Scott Lang instead of Pym, because he brought a whole different dynamic to the Ant Man movie that made it more like a heist.

      I'm just saying that the Marvel Ultimates universe and the MCU has shown that making changes to long-standing characters can be beneficial or aren't so negatively received, so why not make a bold change to Namor too, especially if it makes his backstory richer? I mean, are we gonna be mad that Atlanteans don't have blue skin either?
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    • Haha growing up I always thought there was some East-Asian inspiration to Namor's features with the jet-black hair and slightly smaller, slanted eyes.
      Yep, he did look East Asian, from how I picture/remember him. Of course, his look would vary amongst artists.

      Similarly, nobody seems to care that MCU Ant Man isn't Hank Pym, who plays a pretty big role in a lot of the Avengers stories, and created Ultron.
      In the comics, Scott Lang does become Ant-Man, though, so that part wasn't wrong. But it would have been nice to have Hank Pym as Ant-Man, so you could have Alicia Silverstone play Janet Van Dyne.

      In the comics, Hawkeye became Goliath (Ant-Man goes big, aka Giant Man) for awhile.
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    • I think it's a smart move
      I suppose they could've introduced Atlantis but really Snyder got there first cinematically
      I'd guess he's claimed as Caucasian since there have been criticisms of race swapping, pretty sure those aren't upset 'cause an Asian actor wasn't cast YMMV
      I do miss the widow's peak
      Haha growing up I always thought there was some East-Asian inspiration to Namor's features with the jet-black hair and slightly smaller, slanted eyes. As an Asian, I thought it was kinda cool... and I figured his look was done on purpose to give him an air of "exoticness" at the time, and perhaps even leaned into as someone who was sometimes an enemy...
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    • I actually welcome the changes to his origin, and thought that it was cool that they re-imagined Atlanteans as being Mayan-inspired.
      I think it's a smart move
      I suppose they could've introduced Atlantis but really Snyder got there first cinematically
      ...Namor is an ambiguously Asian-inspired ...
      I'd guess he's claimed as Caucasian since there have been criticisms of race swapping, pretty sure those aren't upset 'cause an Asian actor wasn't cast YMMV
      I do miss the widow's peak
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    • Well, you're not missing anything with She-Hulk. Actually looking forward to Black Adam more than Wakanda Forever. I'm still miffed over the change in origin of Namor, a character that's been around with the same origin in comics (other than being a mutant rather than a hybrid) since the early 1940s. Now I have no idea what they have him as in this film...
      I mean, was Namor really that prominent in the past 20 or so years anyway? I actually welcome the changes to his origin, and thought that it was cool that they re-imagined Atlanteans as being Mayan-inspired.

      They made Nick Fury Black in the Ultimates, which has been a welcome change... And he's a character that's been around since the 60s.
      Similarly, nobody seems to care that MCU Ant Man isn't Hank Pym, who plays a pretty big role in a lot of the Avengers stories, and created Ultron.

      The idea of the multiverse negates all of these changes anyway, and you can still believe that Namor is an ambiguously Asian-inspired mutant if you want to stick with Eart-616. But I'm personally curious to see how they treat Talocan (aka Atlantis) origin story here.
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