The effects are cheese-whizzy fun, but it's the unexpected spark between Smith and Brolin that makes MiB3 primo summer fun. Way cool. show more
The younger man's personality is all the more startling for the skill and generosity with which Mr. Brolin creates a persuasively vital K while foreshadowing the grump to come. The script explains the change in elaborate detail, but the performance defies explanation; it's mysteriously marvelous. show more
Finding smart ways to bring novelty to the franchise without forsaking what made the original so much fun (and in fact doubling down on some of those qualities), Barry Sonnenfeld's Men in Black 3 easily erases the second installment's vague but unpleasant memory and -- though we might hope producers will quit while they're ahead -- paves the way for future installments. show more
I really liked this movie most of the time when it gets to the third movie in a trilogy it gets old but this still works I hope they make a men in black 4
Great Movie **** (yada yada yada) THE ELVIS SALUTE WAS PURE GENIUS - whoever thought of it should get an award.
It was a fantastic movie and this coming from a 50 year old man. I don\'t get why anyone would say it wasn\'t good, it\'s for kids, or the 3D wasn\'t very good. I watch pretty much any half way decent movie that comes out either at the show or I rent them from the Redbox. I haven\'t seen a whole lot of 3D movies yet but out of the 1\'s I have seen I thought this 1 was the best. It had a good storyline and some nice laughs throughout. The CGI was great also. It\'s probably only at the cheap shows now so go see it in 3D on the big screen instead of waiting for it to be released on DVD. 5 stars, loved it!