New characters, same Marvel movie magic.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings gave Marvel the chance to show fan if they could still entertain with lesser known characters and they succeeded.
Maybe it was not on the same scale as GOTG, but we think this is one of the better solo entries into
Even though the movie has been out for a bit, we will minimize any real spoilers.
Despite the Marvel logo, this film does not follow the same footsteps of others.
The character background is delivered in a different way that helps not to bog the movie down. There is plenty of unique action scenes to keep the view engaged from start to finish.
The real star is the characters and how they are portrayed throughout.
A favorite was Shang-Chi’s Dad who at times takes on the role as a misguided villain. They did a good job with developing his character and showed how things are not always black and white. You feel for what happened to him and his family.
The ending was good but there is more there. Based on how things played out, the Mega Soul Sucker felt more like an attack dog than the one planting the seeds.
On the downside, some of the secondary villains felt mixed. While Razorfist received more of the screen time, we would have enjoyed seeing them focus on Death Dealer based on his importance to Shangi-Chi.
Keep an eye from several characters from other Marvel movies who were brought back in a genius way.
If this is a movie you can see in the theater, we would recommend it.