Black Panther, like many great works of fiction, succeeds in offering a platform to openly explore & discuss matters too sensitive, too difficult for the real world.
Though it’s action scenes are average at best (it’s a superhero film so it has to be mentioned), the underlying messages implied more than outweighs it. All credit to the team and Ryan Coogler for not just showing the beautiful side of a culture that’s overlooked most times, but also the low points of its history and ow they’ve grown from it.
Another thing Black Panther does well, creating a fictional world with consistent rules that the story follows and builds on. This has been something even films like Star Wars the Last Jedi have failed.
Not the best Marvel film in a superhero sense, but the strongest, most meaningful, it’s ever produced.