Men in Black 3-review

When the notorious Boris the animal (Jermaine Clement) escapes from a high security prison on the moon, he vows to go after the man who put him there forty years prior, Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones). Once Boris goes back to the 1960s, the preset history begins to change including the non-existence of Agent K. Partner of fourteen years, Agent J (Will Smith) travels back in time to save younger Agent K (Josh Brolin) and to stop Boris from completing his destructive plan towards Earth. Will Agent J make it in time? Is the world over as we know it?Review:

I enjoyed this film. Not only am I a huge fan of the main characters but I liked the growth in personality and relationship between K and J since part one. This film is not great or very entertaining but a nice laid back film. Will’s jokes are suttle and natural that it just seems like it is part of his personality and not the script. The casting team and director did an absolute perfect job casting a younger K, Josh Brolin. He looks like his twin and the way he talks just like him is freaky. I liked the intensity in the scenes when the two agents are going against time and Boris; it was a little arm-rest-of-a-couch-gripping but not too much. This a good film to watch if you a fan of the actors or just want to watch a movie to mellow out. All in all, I will see this film again.

Rating: 3.5 stars

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