Can a kingdom survive without its king?

Can a kingdom survive without its king?

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Boseman’s absence is felt throughout the film, which begins with Shuri (Letitia Wright) desperately struggling to find a cure for T’Challa’s illness. He is unable to make it in time and has to announce to Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) the death of her beloved son and the beginning of a world without Wakanda’s protector.

Sensing a moment of weakness, the world tries to exploit Wakanda’s vibranium resources. But their interference leads to the emergence of Namor (Tenoch Huerta), the MCU’s first mutant. King of an underwater country rich in vibranium, he offers Wakanda a choice – join together to oppose the world, or perish in an invasion.

watching wakanda forever took me back to the first look iron Man 3, It was the first time I was in a cold, dark, LED hall with my fellow MCU nerds who understood the vibe and were confused about the hype. Fan theories and rants were everywhere even before we even reached the ticket counter.

And the film didn’t disappoint. In T’Challa’s absence, the first female cast black Panther went ahead Shuri, who buries herself in her tech gizmos to drown out her grief, and Queen Ramonda who tries to raise her country and what remains of her broken family are the two strongest pillars of the film. Bassett’s performance, in particular, prides and her pain and perseverance are exceedingly heartwarming. Nakia and newcomer Riri Williams (Dominic Thorne) get their own arcs that touch on the film’s major themes of vengeance, politics, and the circle of life.

The whole experience was extremely nourishing.

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