Men in Black 3

2012

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy / Mystery / Sci-Fi

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 69%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 314087

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hilaryswank2011 10 / 10

The Most Impressive MIB Film ( Score 10/10 ⭐)

Men in Black franchise includes 4 films, such as Men in Black (1997); Men in Black II (2002); Men in Black 3 (2012) and Men in Black: International (2019). This franchise was made from the popular Malibu/ Marvel comic series of the same title The Men in Black (1990-1991: author Lowell Cunningham).

MIB is a fictional intelligence agency which work is to save the earth from bad aliens covertly. It also works as a kind of police for alien residents who camouflaged in human bodies.

Men in Black: International (2019) is not only a UK branch story, but it is also about what happens after Men in Black 3 (2012) world. Thus it is a spin off, also it is a sequel in the same universe.

Before reviewing Men in Black: International (2019), audience must see Men in Black 3 (2012). The latter is the best of the bests in the US HQ trilogy because of the protagonist Agent J (Will Smith ) 's emotional relationship with Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones ) is impressively reestablished at the ending. That is a surprise!

Act 1 is Agent J's time travel to 1969 world to save Agent K from the alien fugitive Boris the Animal who killed Agent K by time traveling device. The inciting incident is disappearance of Agent K form 2012 world. Time traveling was a key feature of Men in Black 3 (2012). Act 1 ends when Agent J enters into 1969 era.

Act2 is Agent J's arrest by young Agent K (Josh Brolin) during a confrontation with the antagonist Boris. The corse of persuasion of Agent K into the cooperation and mutual trust is a dramatic conflict in this part. At the mid point, Agent K still is skeptical but partially trusts Agent J to find Griffin who owns the ArcNet which is a Boglodite killer device. Act 2 ends when 2012 Boris teams up with 1969 Boris to kill Agent K. It is the most intensified phase of the conflict. Besides this, Agent J, K and Griffin realise that they must attach the ArcNet to Apollo11 to save the earth from Boglodites.

Act 3 is a direct confrontation of both sides at Cape Canaveral. Agent K gets rid of Boris at the end. However the most important thing is that Agent J realises that his father is killed by 1969 Boris and Agent K then becomes his protector and future recruiter. Agent J's moment of truth is created via 2012 and 1969 confrontations with two Boris. What deeply impressing audiences is synthesis of Agent J, K relationship of 1969 and 2012. The 1969-2012 conflicts created and depicted their inner relationship and history cinematically.

This emotional engagement to the relationship between Agent J and K is why this film is so successful not only in box office, but also in creativity.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 7 / 10

Saving the future back in time

Love the first 'Men in Black', still find it an immensely entertaining film with lots of fun, thrills and excitement. Was far less taken with the second film, it was not that awful to me but it wasn't great.

While not as great as the first film (a tall order), 'Men in Black 3' from personal opinion, and most others, improves quite a bit on the second film. Could it have been better? Yes it could, and it's far from perfect, nothing done truly terribly but there are elements that come up short. But considering as expectations were not exactly high watching the film, with the worry that despite the appetising cast, that it would be one of those sequel too far films, 'Men in Black 3' was better than expected.

The script is hit and miss, there is some fun and witty humour but also elements that feel long-winded and stale. The time travel elements of the story sees some sloppy logic inconstancies, and while emotional the ending felt rushed to me.

As talented an actress Emma Thompson is she is wasted here in a far too brief role that she doesn't look completely comfortable in. Alice Eve is pretty bland.

However, 'Men in Black 3' is a good-looking, slickly photographed film with imaginative production design and make up and polished effects. The music is suitably adrenaline pumping and atmospheric while Barry Sonnenfeld directs in a way highly suggestive of him remembering what made the first film click so well.

Generally 'Men in Black 3' is spirited in pace, while having a mix of funny, witty jokes and emotional heart and a story that, while thin structurally and not the most original, has well choreographed action (the time jump is spectacular), fun escapism and charming buddy film elements.

Will Smith oozes cool charisma, while Tommy Lee Jones (despite being underused) is suitably curmudgeonly. Jemaine Clement is a menacing and enjoyable mix of the sinister and the camp, while Michael Stulbarg's Griffin is flesh crawling. Stealing the film is the revelation that is Josh Brolin.

In summary, pretty good third instalment, not top form but hardly bottom of the barrel. 7/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by Vimacone 10 / 10

One of the Best Sequels

Sequels are rarely as successful as their originals let alone better. Only a handful of sequels have been critically acclaimed.

Most moviegoers of my generation have considered Men In Black to be a classic. And fans were generally underwhelmed by the sequel. Ten years later, a second sequel was made and it blows the first sequel out of the water.

The time travel premise was intriguing. We get to learn about Agent K's backstory a little bit as it took place during one of the most significant moments in human history, the moon landing. Josh Brolin did an exceptional performance as a young Agent K. He nailed the personality and mannerisms perfectly.

Like the bug in the first movie, the villain here is very entertaining, although he has a more debonair, but equally repulsive character. He is arguably the most interesting villain in the Men In Black films. The supporting character, Griffin, adds heart to the film and is the most endearing characters that has appeared in the trilogy.

It would be criminal not to mention Will Smith's performance; Hilarious, witty, and awesome as always. Although the main attraction, in my opinion, is the young Agent K, Will delivers snappy dialogue in just about every scene he's in. Like when he's trying to coach K on delivering a sincere eulogy.

The build up to the climax is very exciting and thrilling. More so than the original. All of these elements have made this one of the best sequels of all time.

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