Look I'm gonna be real, this post is mostly for anyone who hasn't seen Black Panther: Wakanda Forever yet. So no spoilers but not a super in depth review.
I've talked to a lot of people that have been on the fence about seeing this movie in theaters, which is strange because it's not that they haven't gotten a chance to (I could understand that as it just opened this weekend) but that they're not sure if they will. That or they're waiting until it comes out on Disney+. And to that I just ask, why? What sets this marvel movie aside from the others that have come out this year? Are the expectations different? Are we afraid that it'll be a miss in the, let's face it, likely chance it is one in this phase of the MCU?
In my opinion, you should go out and see it. Not only is it a great film installment in this expanding universe (or even multiverse) but it's a tasteful tribute to Chadwick Boesman as well. It's not your typical MCU movie but in a very good way. Have an open mind and if you're still not sure and you pay for Disney+ anyway then go ahead and wait. I'm the kind of person that goes out and watches every MCU movie opening weekend anyway. But I hope this and its huge box office success convinces you otherwise if you're waiting.