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Black Panther - Discussion with SPOILERS


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Black Panther is about to hit home entertainment. Disney’s money trucks will be working overtime.


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“Black Panther” star gives Howard University graduation speech


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If he had given it at Yale he would have had security come up to him before the speech and ask him to provide evidence that he belonged there.


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Was torn on whether to put this here or in the NFL Thread:


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What is wrong in both instances is that one does not put one’s arms on the arms of the throne. It’s just not done.


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she would if she could. between the size of the throne and the size of her arms it would look way too awkward if she tried.


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Good point about the Panther not wisecracking. He’s a bit like Cap in many ways.

This one does a good job of pointing out the special strengths of that movie that make it that little bit different from other Marvel movies.


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I like that with those characters they are more likeable by the clumsiness when it comes being funny or charming - the comedy comes from their personality traits as they are, not from writers changing them to be funny. It also makes them more likeable. In a character like Scott Summers (before he had a midlife crisis) he’s so staunchly ‘boy scout’ that he reacts badly to comedy around him rather than naively or clumsily, so just has a personality up its own arse.

The same happens, incidentally, when Superman doesn’t smile, genuinely. He becomes pompous.


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Just watched it. Honestly, as acting goes, Jordan’s Killmonger blew Boseman’s Panther out of the water (why do failed Human Torches always do awesome in the MCU?). What a presence as a villain. Also, BP fighting Vibranium-suited Rhinos? I didn’t expect that going in, but it’s awesome as hell!


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