Men in Black: International (2019)
Do you like watching outer space sci-fi films with adventure and comedy? Then why not catch up on the latest sequel of the Men in Black Series, Men in Black: International. See below our overview of the action film as well what other well-known reviewers thought.
Realised: 13th June, 2019
Running time: 114 minutes
Overview of the action film
Commonly found in the Men in Black films, they suited and booted characters are saving the world from outer space aliens. This time it was Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) and Agent M’s (Tessa Thompson) turn to find the mole in MIB London headquarters.
Agent M is on recruitment probation with her first assignment, set by Agent O (Emma Thompson), to find any suspicious activity or crime in the London Headquarters. In doing so, she and Agent H come face-to-face with 2 alien figures trying to kill them.
However, not all is as it seems with Agent High T (Liam Neeson) keeping watch. With further help from an alien war criminal Riza (Rebecca Furguson) and Agent C (Rafe Spall), the team must use their high-tech alien weapons and investigation skills to defeat the unknown alien plotting to destroy the Earth.
Space Comedy Duo
Both Men in Black: International agents H & M have a fun and unpredictable relationship throughout the sci-fi film with characters playing off each other’s ideas. The actors had previously teamed up in Thor: Ragnarok which received very high ratings across the board and proved they had a spark in acting as a duo. Unfortunately, in this Men in Black film, the movie didn’t receive high ratings. We think this may be due to the predictable storyline in guessing who the main baddie is and knowing what may come next.
Saying this, the director, F. Gary Gary has done a good job at taking these Men in Black film forward in the times with new fast hydrospeed cars and hovering scooters as well as super-fast trains taking you from one side of the world to the other in minutes.
The Men in Black: International film may be slightly predictable but is worth the watch if you are into sci-fi comedy followed by a class duo looking to save the world.
“The Men in Black have always protected the Earth from the scum of the universe. In this new adventure, they tackle their biggest threat to date: a mole in the Men in Black organization.”
Rotten Tomatoes: 23%
“Amiable yet forgettable, MiB International grinds its stars’ substantial chemistry through the gears of a franchise running low on reasons to continue.”