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2020-09-01 5:32:52 PM  
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2020-09-01 6:54:33 PM  
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2020-09-01 7:12:44 PM  
I wonder what Alan Tudyk had to say. The scene between he and Bozeman in 42 was difficult to watch.
 
2020-09-01 7:13:37 PM  
/ not posting Man on Fire reference outta respect
 
2020-09-01 7:20:21 PM  
Jesus that made me tear up.
 
2020-09-01 7:30:23 PM  
Boseman's death is hitting me much harder than I can explain.  Maybe it's because I'm only 2 years older than him.  Maybe it's because I respect his work.  Maybe it's because I respect his thoughts (see Ryan Coogler's eulogy about how much of what made BP great were Boseman's ideas).  Maybe it's because 2020 sucks so bad already.  Maybe because as a brown guy, I am becoming weary of today's racial intolerance and the death of the man who brought us Wakanda feels like an extinguishment of hope.

I think that's what it is.  The world sucks right now but Wakanda gave us hope and idealism and now T'Challa was stricken dead at 43 by a motherfarker of an unlucky year.  Not by Thanos or Killmonger or a horde of alien dogs.  But farking colon cancer.  Ugh.
 
2020-09-01 7:36:03 PM  
"Michael B. Jordan Honors Chadwick Boseman: 'I'm Dedicating the Rest of My Days to Live the Way You Did'"

I, too, made that decision but then Boseman's wife called the cops.
 
2020-09-01 7:46:29 PM  
He had all tools necessary to be a Hollywood legend. He could act, write, direct, and he took interest in bringing up new talent. He should have been collecting lifetime achievement awards when he was 70.
 
2020-09-01 7:47:26 PM  
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2020-09-01 7:53:46 PM  

Crewmannumber6: I wonder what Alan Tudyk had to say. The scene between he and Bozeman in 42 was difficult to watch.


They didn't really have much interaction on set by necessity.  After shooting wrapped they hung out a bit to make sure there were no lingering issues but they were professionals and understood it was just acting.
 
2020-09-01 7:55:05 PM  
Wait wait wait, Killmonger was Wallace from "The Wire?!" Mind blown.

That's quite a tribute!
 
2020-09-01 8:11:41 PM  
beakerxf:

John Cazale waves to chadwick, I feel ya man
 
2020-09-01 8:22:03 PM  

Snapper Carr: Crewmannumber6: I wonder what Alan Tudyk had to say. The scene between he and Bozeman in 42 was difficult to watch.

They didn't really have much interaction on set by necessity.  After shooting wrapped they hung out a bit to make sure there were no lingering issues but they were professionals and understood it was just acting.


I understand that and would expect nothing less from either, but they're connected by that one intense scene.
 
Boe [TotalFark] [OhFark]
2020-09-01 8:23:19 PM  
This is still such a gut punch 😪
 
2020-09-01 8:32:28 PM  
Shuri makes sense to take the mantle, but man, now i wish Killmonger hadn't died so he could have a b plot of trying to be the man that BP was.
 
2020-09-01 8:39:50 PM  

STRYPERSWINE: Boseman's death is hitting me much harder than I can explain.  Maybe it's because I'm only 2 years older than him.  Maybe it's because I respect his work.  Maybe it's because I respect his thoughts (see Ryan Coogler's eulogy about how much of what made BP great were Boseman's ideas).  Maybe it's because 2020 sucks so bad already.  Maybe because as a brown guy, I am becoming weary of today's racial intolerance and the death of the man who brought us Wakanda feels like an extinguishment of hope.

I think that's what it is.  The world sucks right now but Wakanda gave us hope and idealism and now T'Challa was stricken dead at 43 by a motherfarker of an unlucky year.  Not by Thanos or Killmonger or a horde of alien dogs.  But farking colon cancer.  Ugh.


Well said.

\manhug
\\white dude
\\\no snark
 
2020-09-01 8:49:18 PM  
Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.
 
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2020-09-01 8:55:13 PM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


Thanks for stopping by!
 
2020-09-01 10:13:38 PM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


I disagree, circle get's the square and go fark yourself.
 
2020-09-01 10:21:32 PM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky--


Mission failed.  Piss off.
 
2020-09-01 10:35:28 PM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


How to be an asshole 101 with Professor Dickhead
 
2020-09-01 10:37:06 PM  
It's the only thing really worth wishing for.
 
2020-09-01 11:32:11 PM  

TheManofPA: Shuri makes sense to take the mantle, but man, now i wish Killmonger hadn't died so he could have a b plot of trying to be the man that BP was.


I think M'Baku would make a better ruler of Wakanda than Shuri. Shuri is a scientist and inventor who was never trained - nor does she have the temperament or maturity - to be a ruler. M'Baku however, is already a ruler with years of experience - including the five years between Snaps - and he became a member of the Tribal Council after the whole Killmonger incident.
 
2020-09-01 11:34:01 PM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


No.
 
2020-09-02 12:12:58 AM  
"The two starred together in the blockbuster "Black Panther," which made Boseman a household name"


I guess I'll be "that guy", but I never heard of him before he died. I did hear of the movie, but I don't watch comic book movies, so I had no idea who he was or anything about the movie.

That being said, household name is usually reserved for scum that you can't escape that everyone tends to know about: The Kardashians, Donald Trump (pre-presidency), the guy from the Flex Seal commercials etc.

All I see here or elsewhere is nothing but reverence for this guy. Household name, in that regard, seems to be like calling Bobby Orr "some hockey player".
 
2020-09-02 1:46:04 AM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


I'll notify the papers of your proclamation, That Guy.
 
2020-09-02 3:10:31 AM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.
 
2020-09-02 4:13:43 AM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


Edgelord Supreme
 
2020-09-02 7:31:24 AM  

DeathByGeekSquad: limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.

I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.


Black Panther was overly optimistic, as superhero movies usually are. In reality, the Nazis weren't defeated by love amd understanding, and the modern Nazis are no different.

\the Nazis weren't voted out, either
 
2020-09-02 8:09:54 AM  
Cry if you want to, I won't tell you not to

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-qsl​I​LPDmc
 
2020-09-02 8:50:26 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: DeathByGeekSquad: limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.

I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.

Black Panther was overly optimistic, as superhero movies usually are. In reality, the Nazis weren't defeated by love amd understanding, and the modern Nazis are no different.

\the Nazis weren't voted out, either


Modern Nazis? Where is this new Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe massing sir? I shall surely join you in volunteering against this army of doom! If it's the clowns on the streets of Portland, well, their own police force could dispatch that ragtag group of fascists whenever they chose to do so.
 
2020-09-02 8:55:26 AM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


"But, but, guys... ALL movies matter!"

Yes, that's how stupid you sound. BP was monumental for being a blockbuster MCU film that was written, directed, and overwhelmingly cast with a black/POC majority, and brought incredible representations for their community.
 
2020-09-02 9:04:11 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: DeathByGeekSquad: limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.

I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.

Black Panther was overly optimistic, as superhero movies usually are. In reality, the Nazis weren't defeated by love amd understanding, and the modern Nazis are no different.

\the Nazis weren't voted out, either


Pretty sure Killmonger wasn't defeated by love and understanding so much as a knife in the heart.
 
2020-09-02 9:09:01 AM  

limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.


So...you are obviously correct, and millions upon millions of other people are wrong. I get it, you're much smarter than everyone else. Thanks!
 
2020-09-02 10:24:59 AM  

TheManofPA: Shuri makes sense to take the mantle, but man, now i wish Killmonger hadn't died so he could have a b plot of trying to be the man that BP was.


I still want it to be Killmonger. They could always pull some sort of "he healed by being buried with the heart flower stuff in him."

I think there's a good storyline in his moral rehabilitation. I wouldn't originally have wanted it to be Black Panther 2, but I'd have wanted to see it eventually, regardless.
 
2020-09-02 12:35:50 PM  

Nurglitch: Tyrone Slothrop: DeathByGeekSquad: limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.

I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.

Black Panther was overly optimistic, as superhero movies usually are. In reality, the Nazis weren't defeated by love amd understanding, and the modern Nazis are no different.

\the Nazis weren't voted out, either

Pretty sure Killmonger wasn't defeated by love and understanding so much as a knife in the heart.


Pretty sure the sequence was lost on you.  After the final blow, Killmonger laments that all of his actions never led to him seeing the most beautiful thing in the world, Wakanda.  He angrily referenced it as believing in a fairy tale.

T'Challa, looking past all of the reasons to hate Killmonger, provided him a view of Wakandan beauty, and offered to heal his wounds (not a knife to the heart).  Killmonger, clinging to his rage, refuses the lifesaving opportunity and follows his anger to ultimate death.
 
2020-09-02 1:15:33 PM  

Nurglitch: Tyrone Slothrop: DeathByGeekSquad: limboslam: Guys, not trying to be snarky, but Black Panther was a mediocre movie with a simple story and bad special effects. Want to honor the man? Then watch 42. Stop pretending Black Panther was this great thing. It was blah, at best.

I personally believe that the oft-repeated love of Killmonger's stance and its subsequent use as justification are the product of missing the biggest message of the film.  Violence drives violence in an endless cycle which is only stopped by mercy and forgiveness.

It's not until T'Challa accepts the higher road that he begins to succeed against Killmonger.

Black Panther was overly optimistic, as superhero movies usually are. In reality, the Nazis weren't defeated by love amd understanding, and the modern Nazis are no different.

\the Nazis weren't voted out, either

Pretty sure Killmonger wasn't defeated by love and understanding so much as a knife in the heart.


And what motivated that knife? Love and understanding.

/Lawyered!
 
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