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They just felt like superhero movies. Official The Beagles Shirt ones that I liked, but superhero movies. They need to give those two a more clear genre to make their films feel like something different from the main team up films because they don’t have a Robert Downy Jr./Tony Star level actor/character mashup to make people overlook the fact that it’s just another superhero movie. The setting for Black Panther is what made me like it as I didn’t feel that the plot was all that strong. Captain Marvel was basically the opposite. The setting was pretty generic, but I liked the plot since it was a very different take on an origin story and I liked seeing them mess around with expectations by taking known elements from the comics and dramatically shifting them. Of course, both films had terrific actors and characters, but that’s par for the course with Marvel.