Agent J (Will Smith)and Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) are still at it
with their job as Men in Black as they enforce the aliens from causing trouble for Earth and the human race. One of
Agent K's old enemies, Boris "the Animal" escapes from the Lunar Max, K is in trouble as he disappears from the current timeline
and J has to time travel back to the day before K originally captured Boris (and severed his arm). J pairs up with
the younger version of K (Josh Brolin) to stop not one, but two versions of Boris (as the race is on to save the future of
the human race).
MEN IN BLACK 3 is in line with the other two films even though Tommy Lee Jones takes a back seat
to Josh Brolin for most of the film (Josh does a good version fo a young K). It is amusing to see Andy Warhol is actually
a Men in Black agent in disguise in addition to all of the retro Men In Black tech and the 1960s looking aliens.
MEN IN BLACK 3 is playing the same tune as the previous sequel. It has the weak story of how did K become so grumpy
and not very talkative. The aliens don't get as much facetime like they did in the previous films. The third
film walks through the usual connect the dot story points and that alien who can see various possible futures annoys me. He
really annoys me. Hearing about K's past is better than showing it. MEN IN BLACK 3 just comes up with not the
best script to tell about the history of K and J's trip into the past. I wish the sequel had more fun instead of feeling
like it is a summer blockbuster going through the motions. It is enjoyable on one watch, but I think it loses the fun
after you have seen it once. Wait for Blu-ray and DVD. Save your money for better summer films.