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    Quote Originally Posted by Rumble View Post
    Cliff notes for you lazy muthafuckas:

    -No more cringing when we see black [superheros] on screen (sorry Rhodey) (but you cool Blade)
    -MLK didn't die so we could see rape camps on the big screen
    -Black films saved the film industry in the 70s
    -Black Panther so lit

    Quote Originally Posted by Marvell2100 View Post
    Also:

    No more "jive talkin' hustlers".
    No more pimps and hookers with "hearts of gold".
    No more "the only black person in the movie dies saving his friend who's too scared to run".
    No more du rags and gold teeth/grillz.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rumble View Post
    Ahh yes, the famed noble/magical negro syndrome. That's out the door too

    -No more only 1 black person allowed on screen with speaking roles at any given time
    -No more asexual black males (hypersexual in hood movies)
    -No more peanuts for a budget
    Quote Originally Posted by dkrook View Post
    One more to add...i know its not superhero related, but NO MORE slave movies!!!!!! DAMMIT!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cville View Post
    Chadwick on the Breakfast Club. The time stamp is for Storm and Lupita.
    Dude T'Chadwick is awesome. Super humble, seems like just a cool dude all around. And he is on point with his acting, in everything he does. Much respect to the King

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    Black Panther has the second largest opening in South Korea after Civil War

    http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/jsp/news...OXOFFICE_DAILY

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingNomarch View Post
    Black Panther has the second largest opening in South Korea after Civil War

    http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/jsp/news...OXOFFICE_DAILY
    Sam Okyere became a famous celebrity there but faced a lot of discrimination in the process. So seeing an almost all black cast movie open that well in South Korea is surprising!
    Superhero shows are trash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abe View Post
    Just two words...

    1. I hope that you'll enjoy the movie, BP's fans! I'll avoid all spoilers till next week, but I love seeing the posters for the movie everywhere in Paris. I hope that it's a movie made according your tastes and desires!

    2. Welcome back, Mr Majestic! (I kinda feared that it was at definitive vacation time...). Eager to read your comments of course.
    Thanks so much for the kind words brother Abe.

    They are much appreciated.
    Enjoying the camraderie of friends and family is all that matters in the world.

    Mr MajestiK took a short hiatus and the Chaos Bringer was reborn.

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    This thread is always so lit when I pop in. This is like my other home! I'm tellin y'all I can't wait to feast my eyes on this movie come Friday morning!

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    My lady already bought my tickets for tomorrow night and I don't think waiting for my son to be born gave me this much anxiety!! Not too much longer peeps.

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    Two Days until the Movie! (unless you are watching it on Thursday, but that screws up my countdown).

    Marvel Comics Presents #36 - Panther's Quest (Part 24) - Opponents



    T'Challa examines his ankle caught in a bear trap while a dog is coming at him a minute and a half away. He tries to pry open the trap, but his fingers keep slipping in his own blood. He manages to pull his foot out just in time to get attacked by the dog. Fortunately, his bones and ligaments are intact and he can hold weight. He grabs the bear trap, swings it around, and strikes the dog - it is a second dog to die while he is in the country. Then he knocks out two more mercenaries.

    He sees Pretorius's lush mansion and thinks back to the townships he saw previosuly. He thinks that this building is older than apartheid, which was only forty years old. As he walks across the tennis court, the mercenary leader, Elmer Gore, slowly walks out. I like that this story knew it would be the final fight and doesn't hide that fact. Gore is strong, fast, and ferocious. The story ends with Elmer Gore forcing T'Challa's head underwater while singing "Kill the Wabbit."

    This was an impressive gauntlet of ordeals for T'Challa. I like that the ending is feeling earned.

    Costume Tear Count: Four more slices - one from the bear trap, three from Gore's knife.
    Matt Murdock's cooler twin brother

    I'd give the Devil benefit of law, for my own safety's sake!
    Thomas More - A Man for All Seasons

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    anybody have clips of the TV appearances by the cast this week?

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    $200 million opening weekend is a possibility according to Deadline.

    http://deadline.com/2018/02/black-pa...ce-1202288879/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_Murdock View Post
    Two Days until the Movie! (unless you are watching it on Thursday, but that screws up my countdown).
    Yep watching it Thursday (aka in 5.mins). Sitting in the theatre with my 9 year old as I type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxHawk View Post
    Yep watching it Thursday (aka in 5.mins). Sitting in the theatre with my 9 year old as I type.
    Oh to be nine again and watch a movie like this. I was nine when Star Wars arrived.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKtheMac View Post
    Oh to be nine again and watch a movie like this. I was nine when Star Wars arrived.
    He loved it. I thought it was pretty good too.
    M'Baku is surprisingly good.

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    Happy black panther day you filthy animals!
    The agreement also provides Disney with the opportunity to reunite the X-Men with the Marvel family under one roof and create richer, more complex worlds of inter-related characters and stories that audiences have shown they love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxHawk View Post
    He loved it. I thought it was pretty good too.
    M'Baku is surprisingly good.
    Yes, and he gets a big laugh or two.

    I liked the way the typical Marvel humour was sprinkled a little more lightly and with reference to character.

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