Molly MoMo’s review published on Letterboxd:
I forgot just how well-made this is. The cast is perfect, the set design/costumes are beautiful, and the story is just so well written. Shuri is iconic, as we all already know, but so are Okoye and Nakia. I think I’ve said this already; but the female supporting characters are really the strongest point of the film. I might even say that I cared about them and their stories more than I did T’Challa’s. It’s a fantastic film though, and it honestly deserves all of the praise it’s received.