The highly awaited movie, “Black Panther” has truly shaken the world of fiction lovers. For the past three weeks, I couldn’t scroll down my newsfeed without seeing a post about the movie. It was surely something I couldn’t miss.
Together with my friends, I headed off to the cinema in high spirits, just as everyone else did. In addition, we were more excited because it was one of our friend’s birthday and it was the treat we gave him.
We were not disappointed, Black Panther is one of the best productions of Marvel from my side and the folks I went with. If you haven’t watched it yet, you’re really missing out! However, apart from all the action and great fiction, the film contains, it teaches quite valuable lessons. Bear with me, as I take you through things I gasped from the movie.
T’Challa, the new king of Wakanda (An African Eden), was sent to the ancestral land to talk to his father. The counsel given to T’Challa was to surround himself with people he can trust. And throughout the movie, we witness that T’Challa’s friends and family topped his success in protecting Wakanda.
This takes me back to the saying, “No man is an island”. No matter how strong you’re, you always need someone to help you when you can’t stand for yourself. T’Challa was already overpowered by the villain but was able to win back the throne because he got helped. People that believe in you even if you don’t believe in yourself are worth to be friends for they will always be there for you.
One good turn deserves another. I remember being told to treat people the way I would love to be treated and the same concept was delivered in the movie. The Black Panther (T’Challa) saved the life of his opponent, M’Baku and in return M’Baku saved his life. It is as simple as that.
Before I continue to spoil the movie for those that haven’t watched it, let me share one more important lesson. Great satisfaction comes with sharing with others. This point is linked to all the other two above. If you have what it takes to make one life better, do it with no hesitation. With this, I end my review on Black Panther and I will definitely watch it again and again for the thrill and the lessons. Wakanda forever!