After a 10-year hiatus, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones return as Agents J and K in Men in Black III. In this carnation, Agent J is perplexed by his partner's demeanor and overall lack of happiness. When J discovers that his partner's life and the fake of the world are linked together, J travels back in time to set things straight, perhaps in the process discovering why K is such a wry, reticent man. Men in Black III is the type of sequel that completely walks that line of mediocrity-far greater than the possible train-wreck many were expecting, yet ultimately settling as a rather forgettable entry. While not as devoid of creativity as Men In Black 2, there is once again a noticeable lack of imagination this time around and the whole inventiveness and imagination which made the first film so refreshing is merely a shimmer of its former self. Everything and everyone just feels like it's going through the motions, and while it's entertaining enough, there really isn't much about it to praise. I will say that Josh Brolin's performance as a young Agent K is certainly the highlight of the film, and while MIB 3 is not incredibly memorable as a whole, it's definitely better then MIB 2 and is a fairly entertaining blockbuster.
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