Just saw it. Very solid, though like Wonder Woman, the political significance of the film is casting a halo of a great film over a good one. Still, I'd say upper third Marvel, and that's pretty good. The leads are reasonably solid, though T'Challa is written a little flat, and only changes a little over the story. The supporting cast is stellar. Danai Gurira is wonderfully fierce, but with a twinkle in her eye. The little sister who's Q to T'Challa's Bond should've annoyed me, but she was charming enough to win me over. Killmonger's a pretty good villain--and I like that the film lets us sympathize with him a little--but I think the film suffers a bit by letting Klaue be the focus through the first act. The critics are right about the worldbuilding: Wakanda seems fully realized as a place. I didn't care for the plot contrivance of the vibranium-nullifying train tracks, but it's a comic book movie so you go with it. I didn't find the politics overbearing though, since the film deals in part with whether rich and powerful Wakanda will give of itself to the (poorer) rest of the world, some parallels with modern politics are inevitable. There is one not-too-thinly veiled shot at Trump's border wall, but an earlier critique of excessive openness--and how refugees are to be handled--goes unanswered. Best Marvel origin story? No, I think Iron Man and Guardians of the Galaxy were better. This one's about equal to Captain America or Dr. Strange. Post credit scenes don't do much. The first is just the epilogue of the film, the second answers a question about a loose end hanging in Wakanda. So, I liked it. I'll probably try to see it once more while it's at the theaters. 7.5/10.