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Men In Black 3 (MIB III) Review

Monday, June 4, 2012

Men In Black 3 (MIB III) Review - Men In Black three, primarily based on the successful comic book series by Lowell Cunningham, is moving forward full-steam ahead. There’s even a teaser trailer for the film out.

The film’s script was written by scribe Etan Cohen (Tropic Thunder)  and stars returning heroes, “Jay” (Will Smith) and “Kay” (Tommy Lee Jones), who are able to save the galaxy yet again.

Opening with an action-packed, jailbreak sequence, 2 evil alien humanoids called “Boris the Biker” (Jemaine Clement) and his main intergalactic squeeze, “Devil lady,” head for Earth so as to destroy it and kill our hero, Kay, who is making a defense defend so as to project our planet from being obliterated.

The downside, is that the first Kay was killed in 1969 and a brand new “Kay” (a terribly amusing cameo and that i hope this actor takes this part!) has taken his place.

As a bewildered Jay tries to form sense out of what's occurring during this strange time twist, all hell breaks loose. The Kay we've grown to grasp willn’t exist and neither does Earth’s defense defend. Our planet is attacked and obliterated in a very blink of an eye fixed.

But, let it's known, within the world of MIB the great guys continually save the day.

A microsecond before the tip of the planet, Jay is ready to flee and is teleported back to 1969 big apple where he meets a young, energetic version of Kay (Josh Brolin; good selection there). Jay should convince young Kay that he (Jay) isn't an alien from another planet, which he’s Kay’s partner from the long run Earth who came back to urge him to create the defense defend, save the earth, many different galaxies and to not get killed by the time traveling Boris and Devil lady in 1969 – aliens Kay puts in jail forty years within the future.

The story is fast-paced and stuffed with variant cameos the audience can have plenty of snickers with. It’s a wild, “E Ticket” ride that has the atmosphere of Mad Men meeting Disney’s Tomorrowland. the situation of the key headquarters run by the stuffy chief (Alec Baldwin is ideal during this role!) is inventive and funny.

Jay and young Kay type an uneasy alliance within the starting and its fascinating to ascertain the coed teaching the long run teacher. As Kay starts to ascertain that Jay is  telling the reality, we tend to see the makings of a lifelong friendship begin because the 2 encounter friend and foe with the exciting finale happening at Cape Kennedy, which incorporates a heartfelt moment for Jay.

With cameos galore, don’t be stunned if the worms and “Frank the Pug” show up somewhere.

Special effects can take a minimum of a year to end, thus expect a unleash date of summer 2012.

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