I saw this movie today and overall I was pleasantly surprised. Black Panther deals with a lot of themes that other Marvel movies have not covered. Each member of the cast gave pretty good performances with some standouts, such as Michael B. Jordan as Killmonger. I liked how the plot was character based, focused on complex relationships that T'Challa has with his family and followers.
However I feel that because there was such great focus on Killmonger, Ulysses Klaue was underused. Andy Serkis did a great acting job in this movie and I wish he was around for longer, instead of being a sort of drawn-out cameo from Age of Ultron. I can partly excuse this because Klaue's death better developed Killmonger's character, but I still think there could have been a better way to balance the two antagonists.
I think what this movie represents is very important and I think it was a good movie. The film balances technology and tradition in Wakanda, which creates a memorable setting. This does some to differentiate this film from other MCU entries, but overall, Black Panther's plot has very few surprises. It is a good movie by regular standards, but when compared to some of Marvel's best offerings, I can't say it was extraordinary. However, I would recommend it.