Is Black Panther the Greatest Film Ever Made? Critics Say Yes.

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 8, 2018

It appears that “Black Panther” AKA “We Wuz Kangs: The Movie” may in fact be the greatest film ever produced.

Huffington Post:

Early viewers of the Marvel film “Black Panther” can’t stop purring about it ― and they want you to claw your way into theaters ASAP. Just look at the Rotten Tomatoes rating.

The early Rotten Tomatoes score for the film was already 100 percent after the first 55 reviews went up Tuesday.

“Black Panther” doesn’t roll out in North American theaters until Feb. 16, so the 18th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe could lose scoring steam by next week. But for now, it doesn’t look like it.

As per Rotten Tomatoes, critics are saying that the film “elevates superhero cinema to thrilling new heights while telling one of the MCU’s most absorbing stories ― and introducing some of its most fully realized characters.”

The film has since gone down to 99%.

But it’s still an amazing rating.

It’s almost like critics are afraid to give what must be the most politically-charged blockbuster film ever produced anything other than a perfect score.

It sort of reminds me of when those black debaters won the debating contest.

What we have is an Emperor’s New Clothes type situation here.

But Rotten Tomatoes is worried about the potential of a massive gap between the critic’s rating and the audience review rating (which won’t be up until the film is released).

So they have just gone ahead and announced that they will be deleting any bad user feedback as part of a racist Alt-Right conspiracy.


An alt-right group is trying to tank the ratings for “Black Panther” movie on Rotten Tomatoes website as the movie continues to receive glowing reviews from critics after its premier earlier this week, promoting the popular website to respond to the group Thursday, calling its actions “hate speech”.

A Facebook group called “Down With Disney’s Treatment of Franchises and Its Fanboys”, whose moderator describes himself as “alt-right,” recently created an event calling on its followers to intentionally give “Black Panther” bad reviews on Rotten Tomatoes once the movie hits theaters on Feb. 15.

The event had thousands of attendees and interested users as of Thursday morning according to media reports, however, the group and the event appear to have been suspended or deleted by Facebook as of this writing on Friday morning.

Rotten Tomatoes, the popular website for movie reviews, rejected the group’s plan and said it would block any users who appear to be part of this targeted attack on the film, which features an almost-all Black cast.

“We at Rotten Tomatoes are proud to have become a platform for passionate fans to debate and discuss entertainment and we take that responsibility seriously. While we respect our fans’ diverse opinions, we do not condone hate speech,” the website’s management said in a statement Thursday according to Huffington Post.

You heard that right, folks: bad reviews of Black Panther are a form of “hate speech.”

You have to like this movie, or you are a racist.

The problem is, that although they can promote this film as being literally the greatest thing that has ever happened in all of human history, they cannot literally force people to go watch it. So they are in a problematic situation.

Get this here (from the HuffPo article):

Additionally, “Black Panther” is making massive waves with both its glorious celebration of African culture and the #BlackPantherChallenge.

Recognizing the significance of a primarily black ensemble cast, New Yorker Frederick Joseph worked with GoFundMe to raise $40,000 to take children from the Harlem Boys & Girls Club to see the film. Joseph has since rallied others to build on this gracious act with the #BlackPantherChallenge. Thousands of people have gotten involved and have donated over $260,000 to similar campaigns.

They are literally engaged in a charity program to artificially inflate ticket sales, under the guise of teach black children about their true history as kangz.

But even though that number will probably rise to the millions of free tickets for child kangz, I don’t think it’s going to be enough to make this movie anything other than a flop.

Firstly, it is impossible for the film to break any kind of records as far as total ticket sales, because the Chinese won’t watch films with niggers. So they are going to report ticket sales only in terms of American audiences, and act like that is the only relevant metric (despite the fact that all movies tend to be ranked by total global ticket sales).

But even with that various obvious method of manipulating the way the news reports on the popularity of the film – are they going to be able to claim it is something other than a bomb?

I think it is going to be difficult.

They have scheduled it for a black history month release that isn’t alongside any other blockbuster films, so they’re going to get an opening weekend win by default. Presumably. But I predict only in terms of “biggest film of the weekend” – they aren’t going to break any records beyond possibly “biggest all black person film release.”

Furthermore, I think it’s total US sales are going to be at the bottom of the Marvel films list.

Here are the top 20 (inflation adjusted).

I don’t make hard predictions often, but I’m gonna go ahead and hard predict that it won’t break the top twenty.

I just don’t see who this film is supposed to appeal to, other than black people. The number of people who will go to a film to socially signal that they are good people is relatively low, and there is not much crossover there with action movie fans.

The people who see blockbuster action movies are pure normies. And the normie, while decrying racism nonstop, also acts in a subconsciously racist way in everything that he does. Imagine that people will move to a different area when their wife gets pregnant because they want “good schools,” but will never mention that the fact that those school are bad is because of black people. Then imagine that principle somehow not applying to whether or not you see a movie.

We recently saw with the Bachelorette TV series that people are not interested in looking at black people on screen – and the Jews responded by calling the entire country a bunch of racists and blamed Donald Trump. But the fact is, this is subconscious. The conscious mind has been trained that it is evil to prefer white people when you are a white person, so the conscious thoughts are pushed out, but the subconscious mind continues to work to steer the individual in the biologically correct direction.

The entire kike media is working overtime to ensure that this film succeeds. And it is a huge gamble. Because if it does not, the implication is going to be “people are not interested in fantasies about the abilities of Africans and they do not want to see a movie with a bunch of magic niggers.”

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I think we can get niggers to believe this is a documentary film, and that there is really a secret high civilization in Africa, and that white people just hide it because they are racists.

From there, we can convince them to voluntarily return to Africa.