Men in Black 3 is certainly a welcome sight while offering a fresh twist for the franchise ten years after a very sour outing. One minute, Agent J (Will Smith) is on the phone with Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones). The next minute, J finds himself with a temporal fracture headache and craving chocolate milk. An altered timeline means that so much hasn’t happened. And yet, J would still be recruited into the MIB agency…"Men in Black 3 gets the old charm back"
Men in Black 2 unfortunately suffers at the core as the sequel just doesn’t quite have the same magic as its predecessor. The first film ends with Agent J (Will Smith) getting a new partner in Agent L. As anyone could probably guess, this was too good to be true. Eventually, we’re going to see Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) again. This is not a matter of if but when. But before he can go…"Men in Black 2 doesn’t have same magic"
Men in Black is the rare breed of a sci-fi blockbuster that film audiences don’t really get the opportunity to see anymore in theaters. The gist of Men in Black is that there is a secret government agency protecting us from intergalactic threats. After making contact in 1961, MIB would allow alien refugees to live in New York City. It’s not quite as simple as this. We’re quickly introduced to Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones)…"Men in Black: A Sci-Fi Classic"
Men in Black celebrates 20 years today. The sci-fi action comedy was released on this day in 1997 and I remember watching it at a drive-in theater (yes, they still existed in the 1990s). Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, the summer hit stars Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith as secret agents in a secret organization. Produced on a $90 million budget, Men in Black took in just over $250 million domestically and just short of…"Men in Black celebrates 20 Years"