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Men in Black II (2002)
Kay and Jay reunite to provide our best, last and only line of defense against a sinister seductress who levels the toughest challenge yet to the MIBs untarnished mission statement: protecting the earth from the scum of the universe. It's been four years since the alien-seeking agents averted an intergalactic disaster of epic proportions. And now it's a race against the clock as Jay must convince Kay-who not only has absolutely no memory of his time spent with the Men In Black, but is also the only living person left with the expertise to save the galaxy-to reunite with the MIB before the earth submits to ultimate destruction.
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The thing I enjoyed most about the film is the fact that it doesn't shy away from being a super-sized-cliche;
This movie isn't anywhere near as good as the previous one. The story is dumb, and it isn't as funny. There isn't really anything to say about this movie. Its just eh. Its worth watching I guess, but its not as entertaining as the previous movie.
Men in Black 2 (2002) is of course the sequel to the ever popular Men in Black (1997). I liked the first movie, I wouldn't say that I loved it to the level that most did though. I actually did enjoy this sequel more than I did the first movie, which is an unpopular opinion, but I thought it was more entertaining. Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith both reprise their starring roles and I loved both of them in their parts, especially Jones, who is very funny in this one. The villain this time around is played by Lara Flynn Boyle. Boyle plays Serleena, which is an evil alien that takes the form of a Victoria's Secret underwear model. I really loved Boyle and her portrayal of Serleena. Her look was perfect for the role. She was sexy, because of the underwear model thing, but she was also bad ass and she is one of my favorite villains. Johnny Knoxville is her sidekick of sorts, I didn't care for him or his character. He was meant to be humorous and serve as a comedic relief, but in my opinion it didn't really work. His character is more annoying that anything else. But to be completely honest, his character is really the only complaint I have about this movie. The writing is pretty good. I liked the humor, especially when it was between Jones and Smith. I also liked the action scenes for the most part. You for sure won't be disappointed when it comes to special effects and action. Overall I really enjoyed Men in Black 2 (2002) and I recommend it.
In terms of plot, "Men in Black II" is vastly inferior to the original, as it is pretty much just the same song-and-dance, but this time without the "wow" factor of things being so new and inventive. However, director Barry Sonnenfield realizes this time around that the humor of Will Smith (and especially his interactions with Tommy Lee Jones) need to carry the show.For a basic plot summary, "MIB II" sees Agent J (Smith) now the lead agent of MIB. However, when an evil alien named Serleena (Lara Flynn Boyle) takes over MIB headquarters, J must retrieve the only agent who might know how to resolve the situation: Agent K (Jones).Though the first "MIB" effort was a 5-star flick because of its inventiveness, this one is a similar success because of the humor from beginning to end. When thinking back on the entire "MIB Trilogy", some scenes in this movie rank up there with the best of the whole series, such as J's interactions with "Frank the Pug", and the scenes in which J must re-acclimate K to the MIB life. Oh, and let's not forget the Worms, either ("Twister!").The filmmakers even manage to weave a bit of a human-interest story into this one, and the actors are all good enough to make it interesting and believable.Overall, then, while containing a much weaker villain and a meandering plot, "MIB II" is still a classic effort due to its sight gags and hilarious interactions between the two leads. Unless you take this franchise a little too seriously, you'll still enjoy this one as much as the first!
In this movie, we return to the world of MIB to follow a crisis where, business as usual, the Earth can be destroyed by aliens who are very angry with us. In the first line of defense is Agent Jay (Will Smith), that we saw in the first movie. Now he is a senior officer with much experience in his work, however, he will need the help of his former partner, Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) who is retired and whom the memory has been erased. Its a sequel to the first film, made a few years later and keeping the same actors and director. The script, this time, its signed by Robert Gordon.Like many sequels, this one failed to keep the original movie level. If the first film was a comedy that worked well, this one barely works as comedy, focusing too much on a kind of "re-reading" and "rewriting" of situational and contextual jokes that we saw in the first film. So, who saw the first may not find funny the second one. It's like eating every day the same dinner: sickens and loses joke. Not much to talk about the interpretations of two protagonists: both kept well their characters and, if the film didn't please someone, probably the fault was not theirs but the one who wrote the dialogs and jokes. What saves the film from being a total and complete failure are the massive special effects (they always sell) and the romantic sub-plot associated with Kay's past, who gives some dramatic depth to the story.When we watch the release of a sequel there are always two possible justifications. First: critics loved the first film and this has resulted in awards and notoriety; second: the audience loved the first film and this has resulted in a commercial success, a blockbuster. Personally, I think this sequel was launched with only one objective: to profit at the expenses of those who liked the first film. Its the cinema industry making money as best she knows. It's pity.