ஷாங்க் சி – Shang chi Movie Review
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s newest hero, Shang-Chi, is making his debut in just over a month in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.As the MCU’s first leading Asian hero, the film represents Marvel Studios’ push for diversity on and off the screen and an attempt to enrich the existing universe.
It’s been a while since we’ve gotten a pure origin story movie in the MCU, especially for a character that had never actually been mentioned prior to their introductory movie. As our team watched this film in tamil yet the feel of the movie doesn’t disappoint like Avengers Endgame, making ourselves thoroughly enjoyed every moment.
Shang-Chi (Simu Liu) was a trained as an assassin by his father Wenwu, who leads an organization called The Ten Rings. Shang-Chi escaped the organization and is now living his life in the United States with his best friend Katy. Now Shang-Chi must confront the past he thought he left behind when he’s drawn into the web of the mysterious Ten Rings organization.
This movie has to deal with as both a solo origin story and as the second–and most chronologically recent–entry into Marvel’s Phase 4. Shang-Chi will provide a great time watching the drama build. Between the spectacular action set pieces were moments of emotional turmoil that really resonated..The movie does a good job of splitting our time between the present day and the past. Flashbacks, which is good
Shang-Chi exceeds is in its martial arts fighting sequences, which go above and beyond. Each fight scene looks like a beautiful choreographed and electrify every screen. The bus scene that you saw in the trailer will be a eye catching. More than anything, Shang-Chi is a family drama. The relationships that Shang-Chi has with his sister Xialing , his mother Jiang Li , and his father are what drive the plot. They inevitably drift apart, but it feels as if the universe has them on a collision course with one another. And Shang-Chi’s friend Katy gets caught up in the fray. Liu and Awkwafina do their part to carry the movie. The friendship between Shang-Chi and Katy helps to ground the conflict, and Awkwafina is a perfect audience surrogate. As the stakes grow higher, Katy finds herself wrapped up in an increasingly unfathomable state of affairs.
Shang-Chi will take audiences even deeper into that world and show a previously ignored aspect of the MCU.