Men in Black 3
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In Men in Black 3, 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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Let's put it his way. If you liked/loved either of the first two, you'll not be disappointed by this one as the sly remarks from Will Smith remain intact while getting plenty of the goofy / creepy alien characters. The villain is excellent and Griff is one of those special characters that is a pleasure to watch (assuming I remembered his name correctly). But for the first time you actually get a strong story that challenges you a bit and also mixes in your love for, "Back to the Future" movies (how can you not love "Back to the Future", right?
Enjoy it, you won't be disappointed.
That being said, I didn't have much hopes for this movie. I kept reading about production problems, script rewritings, filming delays and such, and it did look like MiB (the first movie) was going to be the highlight of the series.
After watching the movie in theaters, I'm pleased to announce that is not the case. I'm prepared to call this movie the highlight (although marginally). Despite all the problems it had, it's just that good.
Yes, the film has a couple of problems and noticeable plot holes, and you get to notice that different scenes of the movie were written by different people. Why 5 stars, then? Because it's a really, really entertaining film.
The special effects are great, there's no doubt about it. While the side aliens are not as interesting as other ones in the previous films, the main ones are some of the best, both in concept and portrayal. Main guys Smith and Jones are as good as ever, if not better. The 60's setting is very well done (as you might know, this movie involves time travel). One of the film's highlights, of course, is Brolin's portrayal as 69's Agent K. His job as portraying a younger Tommy Lee Jones is, at minimum, superb.
The script is more interesting too, despite suffering from so many writes and rewrites. The story is quite engaging, and the movie is character-driven, and surprisingly emotional. A part of the film will most likely leave you in tears, even in your second or third viewing.
All in all, the good far surpasses the bad, so this is a film which deserves to be watched several times.
As for the Blu Ray, the quality of the film is top notch. I haven't watched the extras yet, but I might update the review when I do.
"K" (Tommy Lee Jones)is taken back in time to a former self portrayed in an outstandingly believable parody of Tommy Lee Jones' younger self by actor James Brolin. This chaotic uncertainty is all, of course, in order to preserve the right outcomes and perfect the not-so-right outcomes. Besides saving the world, "K" must defeat a formidable alien opponent but is assisted by an equally formidable and somewhat kooky, soothsayer alien.
And what would Men in Black be without the ever-cool and comic "J" (Will Smith) who also has to jump back in time without knowing how anything will turn out! His presence is absolutely required both in plot and in cast. This one is truly worthy of the MIB name. Fun and thrills throughout.....I was thoroughly entertained. Good Job!