Men in Black III Reviews
the special effects suck and tommy lee jones looks like a wax model due to his overdone makeup. the fight scenes look fake. in the end, smarter jokes are needed.
After a decade's absence, Men in Black 3's script comes close to recapturing the wit and heart of the first film, despite the massive plotholes revolving around the rules of time-travel and the lack of originality with the arc revolving around Boris the Animal being a direct copy of Edgar the Bug's arc from the first film.
However the inventive production design of the MIB world in both 2012 and 1969, Josh Brolin doing an extremely good job as a younger Agent K, and a genuinely surprising plot twist in the climax that not only gives a new meaning to K and J's relationship, but also wraps up the Men in Black trilogy in a satisfing way, does manage to set this film on a much higher pedestal than the dissappointing second film, although not all of the jokes work. Overall, a satisfying conclusion that doesn't require your mind being wiped.
Like with the other 2 MIB films, the films have extremely good CG and the designs of the aliens all look incredibly interesting and innovative and this movie is no exception in fact these aliens I think look the best out of the past aliens in the other two films. Mainly the main villain Boris the animal, mainly due to the fact that you get little glimpses of what he can do and some little hints of his true form but you never see him in his true alien form until the last 20 minutes and its only for a few seconds.
The main thing where this movie shines is in the acting. The acting compared to the other movies is incredibly well done and probably the best acting i've seen in a while in a film. The character interactions with J and the young K (Josh Brolin) is just hysterical and the two both work off each other very well in moving the plot along and are both just flat out entertaining to watch interact with each other and the other characters. Also Boris the animal is a very, very intimidating villain and my favorite of the villains in the three films. The sheer anger and enjoyment that is shown in this performance is just incredible and he is much more developed villain rather than in the second film or the villain in the first film who were majorly underdeveloped in my mind and just not that interesting. Sure they were intimating but they were never really interesting villains and were just there for the sake of being the villain. One performance that I really enjoyed though being only in the movie for only about 5 minutes was Bill Hader as Andy Warhol AKA Agent W. This performance, though very short is just flat out hilarious mainly due to how he interacts with Will Smiths character and how he hates his guts so much and how well he pulls off Andy Warhol so well and shifting from calm and cool to just a flat out dick in every sense of the word.
Overall MIB3 is a major improvement over the second film and to me is the best of the three films and yes I enjoy the first film but nowhere near as much as the third film. Its well acted, has a fantastic plot and has some great effects.
4*S out of 5
Men in Black III responde preguntas que jamás te hiciste sobre los personajes principales, pero que aún así resulta una historia entretenida y memorable.