RELATED: Men In Black: International Blu-Ray Bonus Features Sneak Peek Teases Deleted Scenes Men in Black was released more than 20 years ago and the last time we saw agents J and K was back in 2012 in MIB 3. While this movie is still firmly rooted in that same universe, with a few select characters and reminders to help anchor it to its predecessors, this is very much a new jumping off point. We're following new agents and the scope of the operation has expanded significantly. Men In Black: International, as the name implies, is very much a globe-trotting adventure. At times, that makes it feel a bit jumbled. Though, the various locations and set pieces help this feel like less of a rehash of what came before. It's less contained. It also serves as a potentially solid jumping on point for younger viewers who perhaps aren't familiar with what Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones brought to the table. … [Read more...] about MIB: International Review #2: Chris Hemsworth & Tessa Thompson Make This Look Good
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Unfortunately for this movie, it enters a very crowded summer box office lineup that sees The Secret Life of Pets 2 entering its second weekend, with Shaft, Late Night and The Dead Don't Die also opening against it this weekend. That's not to say it can't somehow succeed in spite of the obstacles ahead, but the lack of critical praise isn't helping matters. Men In Black: International is set to hit theaters on Friday. To dive deeper on the critical response thus far, head on over to Rotten Tomatoes. … [Read more...] about Men In Black: International Arrives with Franchise Worst Rotten Tomatoes Score
RELATED: Shaft Review: A Return to '70s Glory Illumination's The Secret Life of Pets 2 will likely slip just one spot to number two this weekend with a take in the neighborhood of $25 million. The family-friendly flick has earned $108 million globally, as of this writing, in its first week of release. Next up should be Shaft, which brings Samuel L. Jackson back to the role. This time, he's teaming up with his son, played by Jessie Usher, with Richard Roundtree also returning as the original Shaft. The Tim Story-directed sequel is expected to take in between $15 and $25 million. … [Read more...] about Shaft Vs. MIB International at the Box Office: Who’ll Win the Weekend?