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Thor 3 is basically a full blown comedy. It's takes the leap from "some comic relief" to just full blown comedy and jokes every 15 seconds.

Black Panther wins this fairly easily.

They actually kinda have a similar plot ... both deal with a main hero who has the burden of taking over as king after the death of their father. And even the villains are kind of similar. But Black Panther basically handles that set up 10x better and doesn't undercut itself by not taking things seriously. It's fun and has humor but doesn't totally kill the tension.



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Thor: Ragnarok was a fun movie. Black Panther was a great movie. Not to say Thor was bad, but Black Panther was really good.



This is like comparing diarrhoea from food poisoning diarheoea from dirty water.



 

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Seventizz said:

I haven’t seen Thor 3 and I walked out of BP rather early on after a major continuity error. A news report called Wakanda (or w/e the African country was called) the ‘poorest country in the world’ and a few minutes later the camera pans over a rather large bustling city complete with beautiful skyscrapers that rivaled Manhattan. Wait, what? Have they ever seen what poor countries look like?

You understood they rest of the world doesn't see those skyscrapers, right?  They fly though a cloaking bubble that hides the entire city near the beginning.  All the rest of the world sees are farmers and shepherds.  Wakanda keeps all information about itself within its walls and never interferes for good or ill in foreign affairs. That is the key point of the world building and the conflict between the protagonist and antagonist.

See the shimmer? That is a cloaking mechanism that gives the impression of a forest where the city is to outside observers.



Well since I think that Ragnarok is pretty bad and at this time is the worst of the current MCU films it means that Black Panther wins by default.

As for Black Panther, IMHO, it is the second best MCU film to be released, second only to the first Guardians film. So yeah, it is better than Ragnarok, and by a fair margin too.



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I've enjoyed Thor 3 a lot more than Black Panther, but the writing was better in the later.

So far I'd call it a tie for myself. Thor 2 still remains the weakest link in the MCU.



I did not watched Thor3, but only Black Panther.
Black Panther was an average movie at best. I did not knew before watching it what to expect from this movie, I just wanted it to surprise me. In the end it simply was completely boring for the most time. Moreover I think the german voice actor for the main character, the black panther himself, was terrible.



Nymeria said:
Seventizz said:

I haven’t seen Thor 3 and I walked out of BP rather early on after a major continuity error. A news report called Wakanda (or w/e the African country was called) the ‘poorest country in the world’ and a few minutes later the camera pans over a rather large bustling city complete with beautiful skyscrapers that rivaled Manhattan. Wait, what? Have they ever seen what poor countries look like?

You understood they rest of the world doesn't see those skyscrapers, right?  They fly though a cloaking bubble that hides the entire city near the beginning.  All the rest of the world sees are farmers and shepherds.  Wakanda keeps all information about itself within its walls and never interferes for good or ill in foreign affairs. That is the key point of the world building and the conflict between the protagonist and antagonist.

See the shimmer? That is a cloaking mechanism that gives the impression of a forest where the city is to outside observers.

That still doesn’t explain how the ‘poorest country in the world’ can afford such a grand metropolis.  I know it’s all just fiction - but there still needs to be some kind of believability.



Seventizz said:
Nymeria said:

You understood they rest of the world doesn't see those skyscrapers, right?  They fly though a cloaking bubble that hides the entire city near the beginning.  All the rest of the world sees are farmers and shepherds.  Wakanda keeps all information about itself within its walls and never interferes for good or ill in foreign affairs. That is the key point of the world building and the conflict between the protagonist and antagonist.

See the shimmer? That is a cloaking mechanism that gives the impression of a forest where the city is to outside observers.

That still doesn’t explain how the ‘poorest country in the world’ can afford such a grand metropolis.  I know it’s all just fiction - but there still needs to be some kind of believability.

They are not the poorest country in the world, that is the lie they tell everyone else. They are actually the richest country in the world due to the massive deposit of Vibranium.  The lie of "poorest country in the world" is there so they can be left alone as they are a fiercely isolationist and tribal people.



Seventizz said:
Nymeria said:

You understood they rest of the world doesn't see those skyscrapers, right?  They fly though a cloaking bubble that hides the entire city near the beginning.  All the rest of the world sees are farmers and shepherds.  Wakanda keeps all information about itself within its walls and never interferes for good or ill in foreign affairs. That is the key point of the world building and the conflict between the protagonist and antagonist.

See the shimmer? That is a cloaking mechanism that gives the impression of a forest where the city is to outside observers.

That still doesn’t explain how the ‘poorest country in the world’ can afford such a grand metropolis.  I know it’s all just fiction - but there still needs to be some kind of believability.

They have been hiding their wealth from the rest of the world since the dawn of their country.  It is a MAJOR PLOT POINT for the entire film.