Blu-ray Review: Black Panther, An Afrofuturist Wonderland In HD

As the superhero movie world shudders in the immediate wake of Avengers: Infinity War (a film I was pretty bored by), this week on store shelves lands Ryan Coogler's (Creed) Black Panther, one of the most successful films of the decade and a surprise hit across the globe. It's hard to deny the impact Black Panther made not only on the box office and the critical masses, but also on the communities for which it was made. I'm not saying that Black Panther was a film aimed squarely at the African and African-American communites, but it is most definitely a result of the combined power of the creatives in those communites to a degree that is truly subversive in this day and age. It is...

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