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NEW Smith/jones - Men In Black 2 (Blu-ray)

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  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 13.5 x 1.1 cm ; 91 g
  • Shipping Weight: 45 g
  • Item model number: 043396369306
  • ASIN: B00198X0VS
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 12 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars 135 customer reviews
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Format: DVD
This movie is more of a continuation of the first movie than a sequel. Agent J (Will Smith) finds he needs Agent K's (Tommy Lee Jones) expertise on a certain case. But if you seen the first MIB, than you know that K was deactivated and went back to live a "normal" life. The first part of the movie is spent tracking K down and reloading the MIB info into him.
One of the funniest scenes in the movie occur when J finds K running a small post office. You get to see the inside workings of the post office and it just made me laugh out loud.
Laura Flynn Boyle is the "bad guy" in this flick and she finds out something I've always suspected - you _could_ rule the world if you look like a "Victoria's Secret" model.
The extras on the dvd show how various creatures were made, deleted scenes and of course, various bloopers. This movie is not going to make you think harder about life but it is an enjoyable way to spend an evening. If you looking for great fun and you enjoyed the first "Men in Black", this is an excellent choice for you. Watch and laugh - laughter is supposed to be the best medicine.
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"Men In Black II" is just as good, if not better, than the original movie. Most of the characters from the first film return to great effect. Agent Jay (Will Smith) is having trouble finding a suitable partner after the retirement of Agent Kay (Tommy Lee Jones). Agent Jay is eventually partnered up with Frank the Pug, the talking dog briefly seen in the first film. The worms, seen in the coffee room in the first film, are also back. We get to see them living it up in their swinging bachelor pad. Lara Flynn Boyle plays Serleena, an alien who lands on earth and assumes the form of a Victoria's Secrets lingerie model. She is an intergalactic dominatrix intent on destroying the earth. The head of the MIB agency, Agent Zed (Rip Torn), decides that Agent Kay must be brought out of retirement to help thwart Serleena and her group of outlaw aliens.
Once Tommy Lee Jones' transformation from postmaster Kevin Brown back to Agent Kay is completed, the movie kicks into high gear. He immediately intimidates Agent Jay into letting him drive the new company car. The chemistry between the by-the-book veteran and his renegade partner is even more effective than in the original movie, now that they know each other so well. The plot twists multiply until the movie reaches it spectacular conclusion. The special edition has a second disc which includes an alternate ending, behind the scenes footage and a hilarious blooper reel. I, for one, hope there will be a Men In Black III.
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A great movie! Despite what some may say, MIIB is not a rehash of the original film. It is new, fresh, and very clever! MIIB is a jam packed movie starring Will Smith as Alien fighting, fast talking Agent Jay, and Tommy Lee Jones as Jay's strict and serious partner, Kay. The men are back...in black this time to save the world from the evil Serleena, an alien that takes the form of a Victoria's Secret model. Serleena vows to capture "The Light", a very powerful force that could destroy the entire world unless it leaves Earth by midnight! Jay, Kay, Frank the Pug, the Worm Guys, and Laura, a new love interest of Jay who witnessed an alien crime, set out to save Earth and to destroy Serleena.
The weapons are cool, the gadgets are cool, the background music by Danny Elfman is cool, and just the overall style of the film itself is very cool. Trust me, this is one of the greatest and most hilarious films ever made!
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The first MEN IN BLACK (MIB) movie involved Agents J and
K (Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones) of the "Men In Black"
organization, a secret nongovernmental organization that
regulates aliens living on Earth, trying to deal with a
monstrous alien who is causing trouble and threatening the
very existence of our world.
The MIB2 movie, in contrast, involves Agents J and K of
the MIB trying to deal with a monstrous alien (in the
form of Laura Flynn Boyle, makes sense to me) who is causing
trouble and threatening the very existence of our world.
Now that sounds like a sarcastic remark, and it is, but
if MIB2 doesn't seem like it deserves a lot of praise, it
equally seems mean-spirited to pick on it. It's a sequel,
it's not supposed to be something new, so it's no surprise
that it's something the watcher has seen before -- it's
*supposed* to be.
And it's well produced, with lots of snazzy special effects,
the story line clips along nicely, there's plenty of good lines
and humor, so it's certainly time well spent. In the end,
the script's not really much of a cut above the MIB cartoon
series that ran for a year or two (Agent J's pratfalls did
get a bit tiresome), but it's quite a bit spiffier, and I
have to admit I enjoyed myself.
Given the constraints of being a sequel to a movie that wasn't
supposed to be taken seriously for an instant anyway, what
more could anyone expect? I'll sit through MIB3 if anyone
gets around to making it.
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The problem with sequels is that they become topheavy with the expectations of those that saw the original, the producers relentlessly (and shamelessly) striving to seduce every possible viewer that is seeing it just to catch their favorite character or situation. God forbid that you leave out the little dog that talks, or the googly-eyed guy or the neuralizer. I mean, after all, someone might walk away disappointed saying, "Gee, I sure wish they included those weasly smoking guys!" I can only think of a few that I really liked better than the original - Like Godfather II, and even that does it's share of pandering the audience. Even so, it is suprising, and refreshing when a sequel works at all. Happily, MIB II does its job, and seduces without pandering. Well, maybe that is generous. I suppose I could get used to a little pandering, as long as it is really taseless. Everything is there, but each refreshingly different enough from the original to keep our attention. Sure the story is fairly predictable, but after all, this isn't Our Town. Here Frank is a grown-up agent and is hanging around with the dog guy. They need to find "The Light" or the world will end. K (Kevin) is the only guy who knows where it is, and he, of course had his ming erased at the end of MIB I. He needs to get his memory back, and, well, you get the idea. it's pretty much fun, albeit mindless. It is good for a yuk with the kids over popcorn on Saturday night, and Lara Flynn Boyle would keep my attention even if the movie was a dog (no pun intended). If she reads this, or if you know her, tell her that I hope that I see her in the sequel.
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