Directed by: Destin Daniel Cretton
Written by: Dave Callaham, Destin Daniel Cretton, Andrew Lanham.
Starring: Simu Liu, Michelle Yeoh, Awkwafina, Tony Chiu-Wai Leung, Meng’er Zhang, Fala Chen
Shang-Chi is the master of unarmed weaponry-based Kung-Fu but finds himself thrown into confronting his past when falsely drawn into the Ten Rings organization to save his family and his ancestry history!
It is a fresh and unique film into the Marvel Universe, and after watching this film, I found I really enjoyed it.
I admit, I had no idea what to really expect from Shang-Chi, as there has been no concept or background information regarding the character before the release of the film, so I was unsure what to expect, however, I found myself completely immersed in the film and thoroughly enjoyed it!
Without giving too much away, there is a character in this film who relates to another Marvel Character, but without giving who that is, you will need to watch the film to know about this crucial bit of information, alongside a few favourable characters towards the end of the film, too.
As Shang-Chi is within Phase four of Marvel, we will be seeing more of him in the future, and this film is certainly one to enjoy and watch! The visual effects are very impressive and the action scenes keep you drawn in and entertained!
I feel there may have been a few gaps in his story, but as Marvel have now introduced him as a new MCU superhero I am sure there is a lot more to come regarding Shang-Chi and his life, for us to know about.
After seeing this film, I am already excited for what is next with this character and his next adventure now he is part of MCU superheroes, with the best who have survived Thanos!
The post credit scene does have me super excited for what’s next in this phase of marvel universe!!
Shang-Chi is ready to view at your local cinema’s from TODAY so head over to your local cinema’s/theatres and watch on the big screen, and enjoy a new phase of Marvel, and a brand new superhero to MCU!
Welcome to the Marvel Universe, Shang-Chi.
I rate this film 4 stars