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Men in Black 3 (2012)
Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back...in time. J has seen some inexplicable things in his 15 years with the Men in Black, but nothing, not even aliens, perplexes him as much as his wry, reticent partner. But when K's life and the fate of the planet are put at stake, Agent J will have to travel back in time to put things right. J discovers that there are secrets to the universe that K never told him - secrets that will reveal themselves as he teams up with the young Agent K (Josh Brolin) to save his partner, the agency, and the future of humankind.
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There are women in the film, but none has anything you could call a personality.
what a terribly boring film. I'm sorry but this is absolutely not deserving of best picture and will be forgotten quickly. Entertaining and engaging cinema? No. Nothing performances with flat faces and mistaking silence for subtlety.
Although I seem to have had higher expectations than I thought, the movie is super entertaining.
Agent J travels in time to M.I.B.'s early days in 1969 to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history. I had the pleasure to see 'Men in Black 3' in theaters in 2012 and i had an absolute blast with this one. First of all whoever cast Josh Brolin as a young Agent K needs a huge hug because he did an amazing part, second of all Boris the Animal was a pretty damn cool villain and third of all Will Smith was once again hysterical as Agent J, Emma Thompson, Tommy Lee Jones and Michael Stuhlbarg were also excellent in their roles. The humor was once again spot on but it's also far more dramatic than the previous 2 films and it did hit me in the feels. MIB3 is a Blast!!! (10/10)
My reaction is Watch this movie you won't be disappointed And Josh Brolin did a good job on past Kay The villain is awesome as fudge The setup is more awesome than the second movie. But the good thing is not the worst sequel and the special effects is still top notch And the guys who hate this movie they did not watch the series and the comic
The first two "Men In Black" movies were successful because of a simple Hollywood "formula": fun. By combining goofy aliens, cool gadgets, great acting, funny sight gags, wise-cracking humor, and enough of a plot to actually make you care about all that is transpiring, those movies were so genre-diverse that one almost can't help but find something to like. After a ten year break from the action, however, there was no guarantee that the lightning could be caught in the bottle once again for MIB3. Luckily, this film not only proves itself worthy, but actually clocks in as the best installment in the series to date.For a basic plot summary, MIB3 sees a rogue alien escape from captivity and, through time- travel, wreak havoc on the MIB organization by causing Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) to no longer exist. As such, Agent J (Will Smith) must travel back to 1969 in order to set things straight, along the way meeting up with the younger K (Josh Brolin).Like its predecessors, this movie is just pure fun, through and through. The time spent watching it will fly by (no boredom here!) as every scene contains some interesting nugget, whether comically, emotionally, or just plain exciting. Essentially, MIB3 is the perfect balance between "summer popcorn flick" & "film series you truly care about". While humor, action, and adventure are present throughout the film, the ending of the movie even takes an emotionally-charged tone that will likely have you completely stunned and perhaps even pulling out a tissue or two.Of course, the acting within this film is probably what truly makes it a great experience, though. Will Smith slips effortlessly into his old "black suit" role, while Brolin is spot-on as the young K. Jones is, well, pretty much the same old Jones, but with an added character twist that really does help explain his character's gruff exterior.Simply put, MIB3 vaults this trilogy into serious consideration when considering the "greatest trilogies of all time" debate. It is pure fun, but with enough emotion to make you care about the characters. Even after 10 years away, the black suits are indeed still as fresh as ever!
Greetings Movie Lovers and Movie Makers! This month we will be discussing "Men in Black 3" of course you can't talk about a sequel without talking about the one that started it all. So let's travel back in time! (Fitting isn't it?) Back to a simpler era, Back in the day when things when things where less complicated, and our modems where loud and obnoxious 1997! "Men in Black" was out in the theaters and we loved every minute of it! Why? Because it was new and fresh, it was sci-fi and comedy, it had gadgets and special effects that where not over the top, it had a bit of the new world (CGI) and a bit of the old world (Rick Baker) but of course you can't forget, the movie was pining together two of our favorite actors Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. We had fun watching it! Until we saw "Men in Black 2" (2002) well, things got a little weird, the love interest from the first movie was gone and a new love interest was introduced who at the end of the movie was well, gone! And it left us with a weird feeling of abandonment, the two movies felt a bit unfinished. Of course we didn't feel this stronger than when we heard about "Men in Black 3" and then to hear all of the behind the scenes fiasco that where occurring with the production of the film, (They have no ending, its being rewritten by Will Smith, etc. etc.) Let's get to the point! Jack the "The Film Lover" says... "Men in Black 3" was FUN! It was a good ride! It had the best villain out of the three films and dare I say it? The best MIB so far. Even though you changed the recipe and replaced actors and took out some familiar ones. I loved it But how? and why? Well to answer these questions here is Jack "The Filmmaker" when making a sequel you need to remember your audience. They are coming back to see the continuing story of your hero (In this case Heroes) you want to see what they are up to again, and see them get into and out of the same jams as they did before! and well maybe a couple of new ones. But remember like a great recipe for a good meal you need to change things up a bit for the next time your guests visit, maybe a new diner set or a new side dish or wine to go along with the main course. How about a new actor? Or a new era in time! And how do you do all of that successfully? "MIB 3" did it! Tommy Lee Jones was replaced with Josh Brolin for most of the film and even though this was a risky move, he pulled it off and it's actually not that noticeable. When dealing with Time Travel you need to remember the holly trilogy "Back to The Future" like an ex-girlfriend we hold everyone else up to her standard! And BTTF is no different. The basic principal to follow when making a time travel movie? KEEP IT SIMPLE! Set the rules and follow them, that's it, MIB 3 did it just right. Of course I'm not about to give you any spoilers that the trailer already revealed but let's talk about the premise, "Go back in time to save your friend". The film goes from saving the world like all the others before to a very personal matter, which adds to the edge of your seat excitement. And like a great "Part 3" it brings you back full circle to the first film at the end. Boris was a real threat with secrets of his own. His weapons where original and his threat was high! the movie on the whole has it all, action, adventure, fun, excitement, sci –fi and above all heart! A movie without heart is just flash and boom and who cares about flash and boom unless you have a reason for it. Oh and Jack "The Parent" says take the kids but have a talk with them about what Special Effects are and that the weird aliens in the movie are not real, there are some things in it that could give a kid nightmares, so far my 4, 8 and 9 year old loved it! Till next time folks this is Jack, signing off!