MOVIE REVIEW This
week's reviewed movie is:
Men in Black 3
MEN IN BLACK 3
thought the new
twist in Men
in Black 3 really worked well, using
time travel and going back to
when Agent K was 29 years old -- played by Josh
Brolin doing a mighty fine and
funny impression of Tommy Lee Jones.
From a technical standpoint, makeup and
creature designs remain the series’ most
appealing feature, along with the
chemistry between Will Smith and Tommy Lee
Don't forget to wear
Men in Black are
back to protect the Earth from alien invaders --
but this time in the past of
1969, where we find out why K is grumpy, who
Andy Warhol really is, and why the
"miracle" Mets won the World Series.
It's more sentimental than the first,
more fun than the second, and served up with
plenty of chocolate milk.
satisfying, especially if you remember the 60s
-- and if you don't, take a trip
and see the movie.
This Men in Black
the 3rd installment of the science fiction
comedy series that has grossed over
$1 billion worldwide.
The basic plot for the threequel's story is:
Agent J travels back in time to 1969 to stop an
alien baddie from assassinating
Co-star Josh Brolin shows up to play the younger
Agent K, and he simply
nails the deed, displaying great skill and
creating a respect to the Tommy Lee
Jonesness of Agent K that goes much deeper and
funnier than a plain imitation
of drawl and speech patterns.
Brolin magically juggles up the man in full.
Superstar Will Smith suggested Brolin be used
during the making of Men in Black
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