Men in Black
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Men in Black follows the exploits of Agents Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) and Jay (Will Smith), members of a top-secret organization established to monitor alien activity on Earth. The two MIB find themselves in the middle of a deadly plot by an intergalactic terrorist (Vincent D’Onofrio), who has arrived on Earth to assassinate two ambassadors from opposing galaxies. Kay and Jay face a simple imperative: track down the interloper or Earth will be destroyed. It’s all in a day’s work for the Men in Black.
- Featurette and trailer from Men In Black II
- Scene editing workshop
- Exclusive Documentary
- Creatures: Concept to Creation
- Music video
- Storyboard comparisons
- Conceptual art gallery
- Multi-angle scene deconstructions
- Original featurette
- Character animation studies
- Extended and alternate scenes
- DVD ROM - Weblinks
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An enclave was established in New York City. By treaty, the aliens had to blend in and not reveal their unearthly origin. While a few lucky alien species could pass themselves off as human; most had to rely on organic-mechanical contrivances.
Keeping the aliens in line was a tough policing job and keeping their presence on Earth a secret required constant vigilance, and in general, it worked, but unfortunately not all species are covered; one such, is a particularly obnoxious species: the Bugs. . . .
One night, not long ago, an unlicensed, immature Bug crashed his flying saucer into Edgar's pickup truck. Luckily for the Bug, Edgar stormed out of his house to see what had happened. Unfortunately for Edgar, Bugs are indiscriminate eaters and Edgar's skin would suit it well until it could find and snatch the Arquillian's prize possession; foolishly, an Arquillian had brought it to this defenseless planet. . . .
Picture (Blu-ray): 4.5 to 5. Languages and Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Thai. Additional Subtitles: Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Dutch, Indonesian, and Alien. The "Alien" option is underwhelming.
Special Features: possible additions, beyond those listed in older DVD reviews: a MIB trivia game and "Ask Frank the Pug" ( he is an alien, in a dog suit, who has the inside scoop). He will answer your questions about love, money, and etc. Be sure to talk loud; Frank is a little hard of hearing. . . .
I doubt I'll have anything to say that any reader will find new and revealing about the movie. The characters are fun, the action is great, the interaction is fantastic.
MIB truly is/was an instant class. If you've never seen it before, do yourself a favor, set some time in reserve to watch it. You'll thank yourself afterwards. Now would you please pass the popcorn? Thanks
No wonder this was a smash hit back in the 90s. The duo of Jones & Smith really make this thing pop.
So, If you had seen this back in the day as a kid and must see it again, go no less than the Blu-Ray edition of MIB.
MIB (1) is terrific while 2 is lacking in major aspects as I have been seeing it on HBO recently.
I couldn't believe this was not already in my movie disc collection, and I know it will stay there forever. It's cool having physical things for me, and not having to rely on the Internet all the time for streaming.
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