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Men In Black II [DVD] [2003]


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  • Actors: Tommy Lee Jones|Will Smith
  • Directors: Barry Sonnenfeld
  • Format: Subtitled, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Dutch, English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 Jan 2003
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000063W2F
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,957 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Sequel to the successful sci-fi-cop, comedy-drama. Some four years after the Men in Black averted a major intergalactic disaster, K (Tommy Lee Jones) has returned to a civilian life, working as a postman and quite unaware of his former heroics alongside Agent J (Will Smith). But when J uncovers a secret alien plot organised by the seemingly seductive Serleena (Lara Flynn Boyle) he has to call on K again. Unfortunately K has no memory of his former role as 'Saver-of-the-World', but somewhere in his head is the expertise that can save the Earth, if only J can get him onside in time.

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More remake than sequel, Men in Black II safely repeats everything that made Men in Black the blockbuster hit of 1997. That's fine if you loved the original's fresh humour, weird aliens, and loopy ingenuity, but as sequels go, it's pure déjà vu. Makeup wizard Rick Baker is the only MIB alumnus who's trying anything new, while director Barry Sonnenfeld and co-stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones (as alien-fighting agents Jay and Kay, respectively) are on autopilot with an uninspired screenplay. The quest of a multitentacled alien--on Earth in the form of Lara Flynn Boyle--for the light of Zartha requires Jay to deneuralise Kay, whose restored memory contains the key to saving the planet. The tissue-thin premise allows all varieties of special effects--mostly familiar, with some oddly hilarious new stuff tossed in for good measure. Certainly enjoyable as a popcorn distraction, but the MIB magic has worn a bit thin. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Fault VINE VOICE on 18 Oct 2005
Format: DVD
MIB2 is a thoroughly enjoyable film that is perfect for passing some time. It's short at just 84 minutes but some films that are unnecessarily long can outstay their welcome. MIB2 is short and straight to the point and that's what I like about it. The action and special effects are ok without being too extraordinary (very comic book style) but it is the humour that really hits the spot - I laughed out loud on many occasions. MIB2 comes on two discs and is packed full of extras making it excellent value for money - loads of features, a short (and funny) animated film, Will Smith's "Black Suits Coming" music video and so much more. I recommend this DVD very highly for pure entertainment.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 31 Jan 2003
Format: DVD
After the excellent first film, expectations were high for this sequel (perhaps a little too high). After the BIG money made by the original, the studio was keen to make another : the problem being that the initial budget would be huge. Will Smith & Tommy Lee Jones are both expensive, Barry Sonnenfeld and Steven Spielberg would be looking for a back-end deal, with all that money on the table it would be difficult to make the picture profitable. But they eventually all cut back end deals, and the picture was made.
Or perhaps 'rushed' is a better word. Compared to the tight scripting of the original, the screenplay is messy and hole-ridden, with the old gambit of bit part players brought back from the original on the assumption that they will get bigger laughs this time round (i.e. the talking dog). Will Smith seems uncomfortable in the 'straight' role this time, and the female lead adds very little value (to be fair this is the fault of the script). Tommy Lee Jones does his job well, but seems to be on autopilot (to be fair the tight dialogue of the first film is all but gone here). As the villain of the piece Lara Flynn Boyle is very nice to look at (kudos to Jack Nicholson!) - cf. the completely gratuitous underwear scene at the beginning - but is ultimately forgettable.
Most strangely, the effects could have used more work : - Rick Baker does a great job with the puppets as always, but the CGI is sometimes a little poor compared to todays standards. The two-headed character, the tentacles, and the worm all could have been better.
Given the huge arena in which to play set up by the first film, and the talent attached to the project, this could have been so much more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Wyatt on 16 Aug 2003
Format: DVD
As stated above, this movie is "OK" as a follow up to the first movie. I felt that they spent way too much time showing Will Smith flashing people and telling them how to change their lives. I also feel that they could've done a better job with the script and gotten at least an hour and a half out of this story. Overall a good movie, I just don't feel that it lives up to the wait from the last one or all the hyped up advertising. {ssintrepid}
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "riotherock" on 8 May 2004
Format: DVD
I watched this 2 years ago in 2002 with my MIB loving nephew. And I can tell you this sequel doesn't disappoint. The films bad thing is that it is way too short. I sat through the movie for about 10 minutes and then the credits started to roll. I then found out that it hadn't been 10 minutes but an hour and a half. Anyway this is still a witty ride through great special effects and acting. Lara Flynn Boyle makes a great villainess and I was surprised to see Jackass's Johnny Knoxville in the film as a 2 headed alien. And who could forget Frank the Pug in a hilarious role. The extras on this movie are just plain wonderful and are some of the best extras known to man in my opinion. Oh and did I ever mention that every film review I do I own. Guess not!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Day VINE VOICE on 6 Jan 2003
I thought it was brilliant when I heard they were making a Men In Black 2. After all, the original MIB film was one of the slickest, coolest and funniest films of the late 1990's. However, when I heard they were bringing back the character of Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) alarm bells starting going off in my head. In MIB1 he had been 'neuralised' (his memory as an MIB agent erased so he could go back to the life he had before) and in this film we see Jay (Will Smith) attempting to 'deneuralise' his ex-partner because he has vital information that will save Earth.
Sounds uninspiring doesn't it? That's because it is.
After failing to restore Kay's memory, the two MIB agents embark on a rather boring journey where Kay gradually gets his memory back in their quest to find 'The Light' and preventing it from fallen into the hands of the scantily-clad yet evil Surlenna (Lara-Flynn Boyle).
As for the lose ends from the other film such as what happened to Kay's wife/girlfriend he dreamed of going back to and what happened to the female morgue worker who became Jay's partner in MIB1; they are briefly mentioned before being brushed off and never talked about again. It's a shame really because it would have been interesting it see if Jay and his love-interest from MIB1 actually hit it off.
This film has very little pace or action until the end and you get the feeling that it has been very, very rushed. The ending itself is dissapointing and rather predictable, but nobody was expecting a great ending from such a poor film anyway. Most of the jokes in the film fail to even raise a smile, and most of them come courtesy of Frank the dog who isn't funny at all (him singing to 'Who Let The Dogs Out' on the radio was his funniest bit. That's saying something.
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