Men in Black starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Tommy Lee Jones taking his serious image into this comedy sci fi film. Men in Black are an secret organisation who job is to regulate aliens between Earth and the universe however sometimes aliens cause chaos and crimes on Earth, so it's up to the Men in Black to stop them. Very weird but placing Tommy Lee Jones serious tone who plays Agent Kay and mix it with a really funky contrast along with Will Smith who plays Agent Jay who is known for his style, made for a really interesting pair while they protect the universe for both humans and aliens.
There's been four movies to date. Men in Black 1, 2 and 3 and International. International doesn't star Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones but a new pair, which the movie has been released this year.
Men In Black 3 may be of great interest because Jay goes back to the 1960s to save the Earth, so there's a good sight during the 1960s to be seen on film!
The first was just brilliant, second was so-so, third was poor. It's Tommy Lee Jones that makes this so good to watch.
I thought the third left more to be desired. I really think they've thrown the Andy Warhol scenes in for the fun of it to make it look 60s. Really didn't feel it fit the movie. They got a good actor to play young Kay, so I thought that was good. I thought it was extremely funny at the beginning of the first movie when he searches the immigrants and let's them go to detain the alien hiding among them. A nice start to the film.
I was interested in Will Smith's part of the movie and I hadn't known much about Tommy Lee Jones until I saw his films to understand why he may have been a big deal in this movie. His serious tone made for an excellent contrast in the film I think.
Not the worst of films any of them, although as said above the first was the best, as is usually the case.
I see they have shoehorned in a female into the lead role for the new version, a sign of the times sadly. Thankfully they haven't went down the route of having both leads female.
The spin-off International, doesn't seem to bad and I think I would understand why they placed a female as the lead her with backstory, so it's somewhat clear they used the premise and carry it over when they had that chance.
There was also a cartoon as I remember, so continue the stories if Agent Jay and Kay.