I have to agree. As a Marvel fan for a quarter of a century, I'm happy when any new movie comes out, especially when it's a different, lesser known character, so in that regard, it's great that they made Black Panther.
My gripe though is the public reception surrounding it, fuelled by the race baiting mainstream media.
Progressives are always accusing others of not contextualising things, but in this instance, I think it's the progressive outlets and pundits on social media who are failing to contextualise the way they're presenting the movie to the public.
Black Panther isn't just being presented as another part of the greater MCU, it's being sold as a reckoning, a rallying point for black people around which they can draw strength and solidarity against an oppressive, imperialist, white supremacist system that's keeping them from ever achieving their true potential. It's heralded as not just a movie, but as a righteous affirmation of black culture and the black race itself. Naturally, white people are not invited to take any pleasure from the movie, lest they steal yet more joy from the african-american community. In fact, they've been actively disinvited from some to even see it.
Have you even seen hype like this around a movie, such to the point that a single lukewarm review is held up as evidence of global white supremacy.
The greater context to all this is that the same progressive outlets and pundits pushing this interpretation are the very ones who shame, mock, belittle and outright hate on white people all the time. So you can imagine how distasteful it is to told to sit down and shut up while hypocrites get up in your face, openly celebrating and affirming pride in one specific race, while the rest of us get slandered as alt-right nazis merely for not vociferously condemning our own.
Personally, I'd just rather go see a fun adventure movie.