Fans were anxiously anticipating the entry of Black Panther, played in Civil War by the exceptionally gifted Chadwick Boseman.
On the Black Panther front, I’d say that his actual alter ego, T’Challa, wasn’t convincing at all. Actually, he was stoic and very serious to the point of being a big bore. However, the Panther costume looked amazing in all its Vibraniumness and is the coolest superhero outfit in the MCU so far.
7. Tedious Second Act
After an awesome opening and a progression of truly intriguing scenes in which the Avengers are acquainted with the idea of their being regulated, Civil War starts to become a drag.
Although the film has been consistently commended by fans and critics alike as “perfectly paced,” I’d state the inverse: Civil War begins with a blast, presents a slick idea and afterwards spends an hour so wandering before it gets to the part that everybody is waiting to see…the immense showdown at the airplane terminal, in which our two superheroes groups go up against each other.
However, this isn’t as very engaging experience like it should have been. The explanation behind this originates from the way that Civil War has so many of characters. As a result, we move between them at such a pace that it’s difficult to invest emotions into any of their individual predicaments.