Wednesday, 14 February 2018


Hello All,

It started as a legend!! One of the greatest of all tales!! A thousand years they have kept it hidden, to protect earth from what was destined to arrive.

Explorers have searched for it for centuries, writers have written thousands of books on it, a collective of the greatest minds in human history called it “Eldorado”.  A city of fabulous riches held by 16th century explorers thought to exist in South America…they were wrong.  By the beginning of the 19th century most people dismissed the existence of the city as a myth.  Until now..

Welcome to 2018.  Now that I have your attention!! let’s begin.

Long have we waited for Hollywood to grace our hearts with a black superhero after ten years of DC/Marvel superheroes dominance of the silver screens.   It is the most anticipated movie in 2018 Africa and the black community, not “Jackson style” #justsaying.  Since its production stage, it has sold more presale tickets than any Marvel movie ever.  It had over 70 million views on YouTube in the 3rd day of the 2nd trailer release.  

These are troubled times, and without leaders, chaos reigns.  When all seems lost, the King returns to turn the tide of human history and restore order.

The premise once again is simple, but undeniably entertaining.  Who needs to travel to Europe when you have a pool of Gold in Africa?  The power of this film is shown in its ability to remain so tense for so long, only letting up for brief moments of light-heartedness, before quickly returning you to the edge of your seat.  Make no mistake about it: at times, “Black…” is unbearably tense.  What we don’t have is a shortage of excitement. Some of the scenes are electrifying with “you know who” growing powers in some out of World body suit/armor, bringing about some terrific action sequences.

It gives me great and superior privilege to introduce The crew, The gear, the amazing Marvels Black Panther on IMAX 3D. oh! and 2D regular for the others J.

P.s- “DC/Marvel” fans: stay for the end credits.
So, as I often say! whatever the case may be, however the week is going, everyone needs a little relaxation time as often as possible and it remains our pleasure to offer you that and so much more, because your comfort remains our priority. Until next time, stay blessed.

Remi Adeyanju,
Cinema Operations/Filmbooking
Filmhouse IMAX.

No comments:

Post a Comment