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How is there not a thread for this movie yet? I watched it yesterday and absolutely loved it! The cast was great (esp Michael B Jordan). Killmonger is easily the best and most fleshed out villain in the MCU). It's made me a lot more stoked for Infinity War. 

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2 hours ago, RealBitsOfPanther said:

How is there not a thread for this movie yet? I watched it yesterday and absolutely loved it! The cast was great (esp Michael B Jordan). Killmonger is easily the best and most fleshed out villain in the MCU). It's made me a lot more stoked for Infinity War. 

There was, got axe for some reason.

I agree, great movie & Jordan crushed it.

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4 hours ago, RealBitsOfPanther said:

How is there not a thread for this movie yet? I watched it yesterday and absolutely loved it! The cast was great (esp Michael B Jordan). Killmonger is easily the best and most fleshed out villain in the MCU). It's made me a lot more stoked for Infinity War. 

Agreed on Killminger. First time I’ve felt somewhat sympathy for the bad guy. A hero is only as good as his villains.

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5 hours ago, Professor Chaos said:

It was pretty good until the last act when it devolved into a generic blockbuster ending. I like that Killmonger was right in the situation.

That last set piece was crazy though. Lol

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Saw it yesterday. Loved it. Chadwick Boseman was great. Okoye was a scene stealer.

 Might be in the minority here but I thought Killmonger was a little overacted. Or rather I think his dialogue could have been flushed out a little better. He seemed to speak in generalizations that felt a bit awkward at times.

 

SPOILER:

 

I don’t think he’s dead either 

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2 hours ago, OneBadCat said:

Saw it yesterday. Loved it. Chadwick Boseman was great. Okoye was a scene stealer.

 Might be in the minority here but I thought Killmonger was a little overacted. Or rather I think his dialogue could have been flushed out a little better. He seemed to speak in generalizations that felt a bit awkward at times.

 

SPOILER:

 

I don’t think he’s dead either 

I mean it's a comic book movie so no one is truly "dead." 

 

 

So any ideas/theories on where the soul gem is? 

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3 hours ago, RealBitsOfPanther said:

I mean it's a comic book movie so no one is truly "dead." 

 

 

So any ideas/theories on where the soul gem is? 

I assume it's in Wakanda, and Thanos will probably attack there first.    Even though we didn't see it, etc.    Or it'll just be a no issue and they'll show Thanos getting it early in the film.

 

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12 hours ago, RealBitsOfPanther said:

Saw a thing online that said it's somehow connected to the heart shaped herb garden because of the soul plain that the user goes too when eating it. That could be interesting 

Yeah that could be a way for them to explain it and also explain why Thanos hits Wakanda first.

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read a great theory that the soul gem was under the flower garden, and that's what allowed the Black Panther to contact his relatives' souls (soul gem)

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movie was fuging awesome, killmonger was a GOAT villain

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20 hours ago, SOJA said:

movie was fuging awesome, killmonger was a GOAT villain

He really was. I found myself understanding and even agreeing with his reasoning a lot while watching. Def went about it the wrong way though lol. 

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Watch the documentary Black Panther about a real african king superhero from a real technologically advanced african country who fights for good and cares about his people. The documentary depicts true african heritage and clearly shows that all inner city kids are descendants of african kings, and that they can become muscular african kings if they just work hard

 

this has been making the rounds...

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