Men Suddenly In Black is definitely as darkly comical as its predecessor You Shoot, I Shoot, but whether the satire actually serves any legitimate purpose this time, beyond displaying the sheer absurdity of human behaviour of course, is hugely debatable. Pang's sense of humour tends to be rather chauvinistic at times, and Men Suddenly In Black is certainly jam packed with doubtful preconceptions about the roles of the sexes. But the gender issues brought up here are on the other hand most likely to be taken extremely lightly, as the director might simply be pulling all our legs. In any case, the film is absurdly funny, and moves along quite snappily with a creative mock-triad flick set up all the way. A great way to follow up a hit debut.