It’s not like we’re surprised –because we’ve been aware of that thing called “Black Excellence” for a while now. With that said, check out these reviews from the Twitterverse after the Black Panther screening in Hollywood last night!
I’ve been to Wakanda, and I may never recover. I am so grateful that our young people will see this film and their minds will be transformed. Congratulations #RyanCoogler —you did that! #blackpantherpremiere #blackpanther
— Vanessa K. De Luca (@Vanessa_KDeLuca) January 30, 2018
I like rarely weigh in on movies. But, I loved Black Panther. And the guy sitting next to me — Laurence Fishburne — kept saying “Oh, Shit. Oh, SHIT.” Now that’s a review. https://t.co/Q5f8VSSPeD
— Joe Bel Bruno (@JoeBelBruno) January 30, 2018
Believe the hype. Believe the buzz. Believe the words “cultural phenomenon.” #blackpanther is about to blow minds and take names. My God. Where to even begin. Long live the King. pic.twitter.com/cECg2mxnKw
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) January 30, 2018
So you know how #ThorRagnorok was called the best reviewed Marvel movie to date — yeah, doesn't hold a candle to #BlackPanther. The movie has heart, well-developed characters and the emotional depth to keep you invested in all of the characters. And Michael B. Jordan, wow.
— Ricardo Lopez (@rljourno) January 30, 2018
#BlackPanther is almost inexpressibly beautiful; it is topical and a truly special moviegoing experience! This is the MCU on a whole other level! Thank you, Ryan Coogler. I am truly MOVED! pic.twitter.com/oIdmWjr40f
— Angelique Jackson (@angelique814) January 30, 2018
Black Panther is essential. Incredible. Revolutionary. Woke. Fun. I can’t stop thinking about it. The Cooglerization of the Marvel Universe is exhilarating.
— Cheo Hodari Coker (@cheo_coker) January 30, 2018
Black Panther was incredible, and powerful and everything we need right now. The words “cultural phenomenon” have never felt more appropriate. Everyone pleaseeeee do yourself a favor and go see it.
— Chloe Bennet (@chloebennet) January 30, 2018
If that doesn’t get you hyped for this film, there’s no way you’re human. Black Panther hits theatres on 2/15 and BlackSci-Fi.com will be hosting our SOLD OUT Black Panther screening event on Saturday, February 17 in Philly followed by Vibranium Nights, a special panel discussion and afterparty at Amalgam Comics and Coffee House featuring celebrity panelists journalist Marc Lamont Hill (CNN, BET), actress Christina Jackson (Boardwalk Empire), actor Dorian Missick( Southland, Haven, Animal Kingdome),and comic illustrator Eric Battle (Marvel, DC). If you have your tickets, we’ll see you there!