Men in Black 2 (2002)

Men in Black 2 (2002)
  • Time: 88 min
  • Genre: Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi
  • Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
  • Cast: Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Lara Flynn Boyle


Kay and Jay reunite to provide our best, last and only line of defense against a sinister seductress who levels the toughest challenge yet to the MIBs untarnished mission statement: protecting the earth from the scum of the universe. It’s been four years since the alien-seeking agents averted an intergalactic disaster of epic proportions. And now it’s a race against the clock as Jay must convince Kay-who not only has absolutely no memory of his time spent with the Men In Black, but is also the only living person left with the expertise to save the galaxy-to reunite with the MIB before the earth submits to ultimate destruction.


One review

  • In a way maybe I should have not been so hasty in giving Men in Black III such a high score because after watching the previous two I must admit that it really wasn’t as good as the earlier movies and in reality suffers from the curse of the sequel, or more accurately, the law of diminishing returns (as it applies to movies that is). This film was funny, and I did enjoy it, but in reality it was nowhere near as good as the first one. However, since this movie was released 8 years after the first (and the third released 10 years after this one) it sort of gives audiences a reprieve so that when they see the next installment, unless they have seen the earlier movies shortly before they see the later one, then it is difficult to make a comparison.

    As we know from the last one, Agent K has retired and Agent J is now onto his second partner (the girl decided that she didn’t like hunting aliens, so she returned to the morgue) and he realises that being a MiB is not all that he expected, so J wipes his mind and sends him on his way. However it turns out that something from K’s past has returned, taken over MiB headquarters, and J must now bring K back into the MiB so that they might have a chance at stopping this new evil.

    I really liked the intro to this movie which had a corny 1950’s conspiracy clip along with the really bad effects. There is a reason why they show this clip at the beginning as not only does to serve as a intro to the main action of the movie, but it also plays an important role later on.

    You may remember that at the end of the first movie, K’s memory was wiped so J must find a way of getting it back, and when he does he discovers that the memory they require was also wiped meaning that getting that back is a lot more difficult, however fortunately K had left clues for him to follow, and some of those clues are hilarious (such as the race of aliens that live in a locker in Grand Central Station). Also I must mention that the end of this movie was similar to the end of the first movie where our existence is put into perspective (though they did not do that at the end of the Third movie). I also really liked the world that is encased in a sphere of water. All in all not as funny as the first movie, but much funnier than the third.

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