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Men In Black 2
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Mentre è impegnato in una indagine all'apparenza di poca importanza, l'agente J si rende conto che qualcuno sta tramando per impossessarsi della Luce di Zarta, una pietra aliena che regala a chi la possiede il dominio del mondo. A capo di questa operazione c'é un mostro di nome Seerlena che però, per agire sulla Terra, ha assunto l'aspetto di una modella di biancheria intima. Per riuscire a controbattere Seerlena, l'agente J deve fare ricorso al suo vecchio compagno di lavoro, l'agente K, che non vede più da cinque anni e si è ritirato a vita privata. Poiché la sua memoria stata cancellata al momento del ritiro dal servizio, K non ricorda niente, e J ha il suo bel daffare per farlo rientrare a pieno titolo nella squadra dei MIB. Una volta rientrati in azione, J e K affrontano situazioni di grave pericolo e di grande emergenza. Soprattutto quando capiscono che è proprio K, senza saperlo, a custodire il segreto della pietra aliena e che il loro obiettivo è raggiungere il punto indicato dalla luce di un bracciale, in tempo utile prima che la Terra salti in aria.
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In the first film, an alien with bad intentions crash lands on Earth (happens in Part II as well), the alien takes on human form (check), the alien wants a mythical device to make them all powerful (applicable to both films), if said alien gets their hands on said device then the Earth will be destroyed (yup, MIB2 has that one, too).
The first film was awesome. It was funny, charming and basically fun for all the family. The chemistry between wise-crackin’ Will Smith and poe-faced Tommy Lee Jones carried it through perfectly. In fact, it’s the two leads who make the sequel worth watching. If it wasn’t for their on-screen performances, it really wouldn’t be worth the effort.
It’s ‘Men in Black by the numbers.’ The jokes are good, the performances are good, so if you can excuse the fact that the writers have pretty much taken the script from the first film and churned it out as a sequel, then you should like this outing enough to sit through it. Plus it’s short, if that’s a bonus. Perhaps the real drawback is that the CGI hasn’t held up that well over the years. Almost every (alien-related) scene was done on computers and now you can see the green-screen behind the actors as they do their best to act against nothing.
It’s another Men in Black film. If you liked the first one and don’t care about lazy writing (or perhaps you want to call it ‘sticking to what the writers know sells?’) then you should like this.
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›