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When a mysterious entity starts roaming the hallways of a school of magic and paralysing its victims, an old prophecy appears to be coming true. My complaint is that the overall narrative is less engaging than the first, that it is overly drawn out, and that there are more annoying parts.
The plot is extremely well-known, including the awkward 20-minute buildup prior to Black Adam's introduction. Dwayne Johnson faces off against this army in the first big action scene, which is fantastic. Pierce Brosnan is excellent in the part because he successfully conveys all sides of a very dynamic character. The film is entertaining enough, and I can see it being even more entertaining on a 2nd viewing. The human protagonists' search for this artifact at the outset and their subplot surrounding it are significantly less compelling.
The 2nd movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, vastly improves the 1st. The post-T'challa world that Ryan Coogler conjures is both fascinating and tragic. The story being described here has a wonderful level of depth. The former supporting cast members now play a larger part, with Shuri taking center stage. Each character in Wakanda gives their all in this movie about loss and the wrath that results from it.
This film has the ability to rank among the top 5 MCU…