You see because sometimes when we make it home, hang up our keys and put our wallet on the dresser we open a drawer and grab the mask the world wouldn’t let us wear all day. The one that lets us exercise authority, that comes with a certain hardness, and that wants no part of servanthood or sensitivity. BUT love is a verb and it's demonstrated through action, and there is no greater action than serving.
America and Wakanda are one in the same. They are both seen as wealthy nations, Wakanda due to their precious metal, America due to industry. Due to wealth, both nations have potential influence and both are Nations with refugee issues. I think the writers and Ryan Coogler were shining the light on America's problem.
So after that comment you’re probably thinking, “Then what would have made it better if it was already ‘absolutely amazing’ Ben?” Well, here’s my logic. If I had to grade the “Black Panther” movie, I would give it an A. Around a 94% to be exact. We all know a 94% is a solid A, but it’s not an A+. So below is what the Black Panther was missing to push it over the top to that A+ status.
At last, we are finally here ladies and gentlemen. #BlackPantherWeek is upon us. We are literally days away until one of the most anticipated movies of all time "Black Panther" is released, and I'm more than excited. With that being said, I know y'all going to see the movie. But you're probably wondering what to bring! Say no more! Here is five things you should bring with you to see Black Panther!