To be honest, I knew as soon as I wrote it that the RS is by far the least developed in the whole movie and probably the hardest one to discuss. It absolutely could be. I'm also really bad at illustrating the RS as a character (it's a skill I just haven't worked out yet), so I will defer to your judgement on that.
(And thank you! I had to transcribe my scribbled notes onto my computer immediately after leaving because it's just a mess. But I tried! )
I forget this all the time, and it's such a basic thing. People don't go to see structure. Duh-doy. I'm gonna paint it on my wall.
I think a better example here might be the part during the chase where Okoye throws her spear to flip Klaue's car over and bring them to a stop -- essentially hindering their getaway.
OH MY GOD. Oh, my God. Mike, that is a fantastic one. I'm applauding you through the screen. That's a crystal clear example. Stripping the help of the BP powers to hinder the advantage. You might have just convinced me.
Alright, I'm pretty much sold on that storyform, I think. Everything else lines up really nice -- Unique Abilities and Critical Flaws are great (MC Critical Flaw of Preconception feels totally right). The signposts are pretty perfect, too:
OS Signpost 1: Learning (Learning about the robbery; learning that Klaue is selling the Vibranium in Korea; learning about the new Black Panther suits; interrogating Klaue to find out his intentions)
OS Signpost 2: Doing (taking Ross back to Wakanda and healing him; killing Klaue[?]; the battle between Killmonger and T'Challa)
OS Signpost 3: Obtaining (Killmonger gets the throne; Nakia stealing the heart-shaped herb before it's destroyed; T'Challa being rescued by M'Baku[?])
OS Signpost 4: Understanding (Understanding the Wakandan technology to win the fight; opening up Wakanda to the rest of the world)
And the MC's first signpost is Memory (which is the whole dream world thing -- meeting his Dad), and the third is Subconscious (which I THINK is when he confronts his Dad a second time). I really like those.