Men In Black: International, Let’s Go Save the World!


I recently went and saw the new Men in Black Movie; Men in Black: International. Let me say that it was one heck of a movie, with the action and story combined, it had me on the edge of my seat the entire 1 hour 55 minutes. I was actually nervous to see it being the huge MIB fan that I am, but it definitely lived up to my expectations. Something to note is that you do not need to have seen the original MIB movies. But, why wouldn’t you? They are fantastic! There are a couple of references to the original movies (teeny tiny super weapons) that will make you smile, but not enough to make the movie confusing or hard to understand in any way.

Men in Black: International introduces new characters and a new story that follow the original good guy versus bad guy versus alien storyline. The way that the characters and theme were developed was amazing. Agent M (Tessa Tompson), and Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) spent the movie trying to protect the earth from an alien species known as The Hive. The side characters were very beneficial to the movie. My personal favorite character was Pawny (Kumail Najiani); loyal protector of Agent M. The creativeness of this movie was out of this world (literally!) Between the side characters, plot, and visual effects it made for a wild ride.

I LOVED this movie, it was a great movie to start the summer. Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Tompson, Liam Neeson, Kumail Najiani and everyone else on the cast made this movie so incredible, though I did miss Will Smith and his character: Agent J. If you are a fan of World of Dance, you will especially find yourself taking a liking to some of the villains in this movie, played by Les Twins. (World of Dance, season 1 champions.)

When comparing Men in Black; International to the original Men in Black movies, I would have to say that I like the originals better, that being said, Men in Black is one of my favorite series, so it is very hard to beat, even in a continuation.

Men In Black: International is mostly for people 10 and up. It includes minimal swear words (only when they are truly needed), one adult scene and some drinking, but when compared to the original Men in Black movies, it is nothing.  It is a wild adventure with twists and turns and everything in between. So grab your neuralizer and your glasses and get ready for a wonderfully, hilarious ride.


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