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The movie Men in Black: International is a work of the genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction of a USA nationality , Men in Black: International online released in Jun. 12, 2019 and its duration is 115 Min . Because this movie is full of events and scenes did not fail. So it rated 5.6 out of a total of 32,481 votes on IMDB. The famous feature film awaited by the public USA is finally on our site. Wish you a good viewing of the film that had a 5.9 vote without commitment and for free.
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In 1997, “Men in Black (Men in Black)” dynamite the cinema screens of the entire planet thanks to the inspiration of the producer Walter F. Parkes, who years before had bought the rights of the homonymous comic, known almost only by the very Genre fans, written by Lowell Cunningham. In 2002 and 2012, two other deliveries would be released to shape a trilogy that raised more than $ 1600 million worldwide. The first film of the franchise based much of its effectiveness on its formal development and some degree of impudence, unusual features in a high-budget film (a gag like the one that showed Will Smith dragging a glass table waiting of a meeting, producing a hellish screech, there was hardly any place, at the time, in a film of those characteristics).
The return of the Men in Black has taken seven years and the first names of the original team are left with only producer Parkes and musician Danny Elfman (who should be begged to take a break or at least not self-limit himself with such insistence).
Like almost every mainstream product designed for a wide range of viewers, “MIB: International” has good things and bad things. But it has a very good one: it stops quivers. It offers spectacle, uses the right dose of self-confidence and does not pretend to be more than it is; It starts quickly, activates its tricks without contemplation and ends in style. It is true that, among the very bad ones, it is necessary to swallow with some gags of low stew (including a rather embarrassing one, in which at the expense of Chris Hemsworth’s physicist a joke about sex with aliens is initiated) and with a setting robotic scene, which assumes its vulgarity, which does not deviate from the norm established.
All fighting sequences starring Chris Hemsworth are interchangeable, for planning and assembly, with which any other blockbuster. The director F. Gary Gray, who showed himself as a good filmmaker in “Negotiator”, has been losing his own look movie after movie.
“MIB: International” begins with a good prologue developed at the top of the Eiffel Tower, in which a then-rookie Hemsworth and the head in the United Kingdom of the agency of the Men in Black, Liam Neeson, fight a fun battle against the aliens, and in which the film will make one of its first displays of carelessness: Eiffel was nothing less than an MIB, Agent E, also charged with helping to integrate a wave of intergalactic refugees.
From there, the plot will unite the steps of M, a rookie agent who saw when he was a girl the Men in Black, secretly, so that his mind was not erased, and of H, an agent left over by talent, but reveler and disobedient. It is possible to say that it seemed complicated the relief of the couple formed by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones that gave so much presidency to the first three films (honored in a beautiful canvas in one of the few moments in which the film does not play gigantism and leaves get into your images a little emotional).
But it must also be recognized that Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth (reunited after “Thor: Ragnarok”) are linked on the screen with unusual ease and that they give their characters the right degree of insolence and charisma. Thompson is a good actress who reveals a surprising ‘timing’ for comedy and Hemsworth, an emblem of limited interpretative resources, is enough with her impressive presence and a remarkable ability to laugh at himself to get his character. In the cast it reappears, although it could well have been absent given its non-existent plot weight, Emma Thompson, Agent O, now head of the American division, and a funny Rebeca Ferguson as an evil alien with three arms is also present.
The strategy of “MIB: International” is clear: from the first minutes, the film embarks on a narrative arc that seems not to want to rest. The plot rises and accelerates as the sequences go by, in a crescendo that is sometimes fun and sometimes somewhat overwhelming. The ups and downs of the story, together with the effectiveness of the images, sometimes involve gloating and sometimes an exhausting totum revolutum that is exhausting. It is the sign of the times. This is the commercial cinema of the new century (and part of the last decade of the previous one) and does not seem to have any intention of changing. But maybe “MIB: International” should not be asked for anything more than fun.
So this reunion with the Men in Black (now Men and Women in Black, as Agent H points out) is worthwhile because those responsible have shown respect for the previous films and because, in addition, it seems to inaugurate what could Be a new franchise with the female presence of Tessa Thompson. But he misses the small naivety of the first installment (in an innocent cinema like that of the nineties) and its air of cinematic modesty, almost of medium-height product that was met with an unexpected success.
Original titleMen in Black: International
IMDb Rating5.6 32,481 votes
TMDb Rating5.9 639 votes
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