This was a comedy that surprised me, I was prepared to laugh, but not to laugh this much. This had excellent performance by Rachel McAdams and Kyle Chandler, the writing was innovative, and the direction was unique and perfect for an action comedy. I highly highly recommend this film.
This is perhaps the third time, I’ve written about Black Panther since watching it a week or so ago, so perhaps my points are diluted, my words repeated or thoughts haphazard, but let the record show, that I absolutely, wholeheartedly adored Black Panther, so much so that after seeing it the first time I booked to watch twice more in cinemas.
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One thing I’m not a fan of are old, white, middle class men going through a midlife crisis and expecting me to feel sorry for them, and watching Brad’s Status was right down that street. Brad has an non-profit organisation while his college friends have all become highly successful and are living the high life and he is rather bitter. This all comes to pass when he takes his son, Troy to visit Harvard University on a college tour and he is forced to come to terms with how he has been comparing himself to his friends all the years.
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