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Old 05-27-2012, 04:56 PM
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I'm a huge fan of the MIB franchise, and I gotta say, this was a pretty good movie, though it did feel a bit short. I DID miss the other minor characters though, like Jeebs and Frank the Pug. The worm guys were in the movie, but only in 2 brief scenes. Another thing I missed was another Will Smith end credits theme... it just seemed odd hearing someone ELSE play a MIB song, other than Will Smith, and I hated the fact that after a few minutes, that end credit song turned into Dubstep crap. Overall, it was a REALLY fun movie, and the end kinda left me puzzled.
MIB: 98 mins

MIIB: 88 mins

MiB3: 104 mins

To be honest, the second one seemed the shortest to me. I mean, I know it literally was short, but it just also felt short.
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Time is irrelevant. There are so many great episodes (~45 min) which are much better than any epic 3 h movie
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Very Well Done.
The language is moderately excessive in the beginning and really uncharacteristically harsh. I took a measure of the fun out at first from what is unterwise a pretty fun and care free flick. The film was also a bit more serious as well which might speak to why the extra expletives but it was very smart, fun and heartwarming.

This was the Best MIB yet.
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Very Well Done.
The language is moderately excessive in the beginning and really uncharacteristically harsh. I took a measure of the fun out at first from what is unterwise a pretty fun and care free flick. The film was also a bit more serious as well which might speak to why the extra expletives but it was very smart, fun and heartwarming.

This was the Best MIB yet.
Glad you liked it! Yeah, it was pretty harsh at times. But at least it was addressed albeit very vaguely in one scene. When K says to a character, "You're full of s***." J looks at him and you could tell he's thinking, Man, was that really necessary? But yes I enjoyed the film and it was very entertaining and smart and it really redeemed itself from the mess that was MIIB.
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