In this latest Marvel film, Chadwick Boseman plays T’Challa who has been raised his whole life in preparation of becoming king of the African nation of Wakanda.  To the world, Wakanda is a poor country but in reality, the five tribes that make up the country are very rich and advanced in the world of technology.  Wakanda possesses vibranium, which is a powerful metal that when ingested can give a warrior superhuman powers.

The country has spies all across the world.    One such spy is T’Challa’s uncle N’Jobu.  When T’Challa’s father goes to visit, he discovers that his brother has plans that will reveal the country’s secrets and has him killed.  However, few people know this story.

Years later, T’Challa’s father is killed and now he will become king.  First he must fight any challengers from the other tribes.  M’Baku from the Jabari tribe challenges but is soon defeated.  T’Challa allows him to surrender rather than meet his death.  This, however, is only the first challenge that he will face to defend his country’s secrets, especially since his Uncle N’Jobu had a son that knows the truth of how N’Jobu died.

I saw this movie in 3D and it’s probably one of the best 3D films I’ve seen.  It was spectacular.  The special effects were so tremendous.  The acting was top-notch, especially the action scenes.  Ryan Coogler was the director and directed a fantastic film.   The scenes, the script, the acting, photography, sound, and everything else was just amazing.  I highly recommend this for anyone 10 and older.  I give it a perfect 4 out of 4 stars.  I can’t wait for the next installment.  Stay til the end of the credits as usual in a Marvel film.

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