Sunday, May 27, 2012


Will Smith, and Tommy Lee Jones, return in the third edition to the action and Alien packed movie series Men In Black.

In MIB III, we follow Agent J (Smith) as he travels back in time to find out the story of what happened to Agent K (Jones). For all those wondering, Doc Brown does not make a guest spot on this movie.

The time jump (as seen in the ads for the movie) is very well done from my point of view, it gave a new take on movie time travel.

Along the way, we meet Agent O, in the current day (Emma Thompson) as well as Agent O, from the past (Alice Eve). It was great that they added a female agent as a main star of the movie.

So when I first read the news about this movie having two people playing Agent K, I was like "who can even play the part half as good as Tommy Lee Jones?" Answer: Josh Brolin. He really looks like a younger Tommy Lee Jones, in the movie and the best part is how much he sounds like him.

Every story needs a villain, this story has that in Boris (Jemaine Clement). I don't say too much about his story because it would give away some of the story, but trust me when I say he was a fantastic part of bringing the story to life.

Leading up to the end of the movie will leave you guessing, as you never know what could happen. You never know what you might learn.

Over all this movie was a perfect add on to an already wonderful series. The 3D was awesome and everything really jumped off the screen. There is one scene that has a really sweet light effect for the 3D and it works great.

This movie gets 5 out of 5 stars.

Thank you to ESSEX CINEMAS and T-REX for being the theater of choice for my movie reviews. When you are looking for the best place to check out a movie, make it ESSEX CINEMAS and T-REX at the Essex Outlets Center in Essex, VT!

The T-Rex Theater is AMAZING!!! With the 60 foot curved screen and 124 speakers which is part of 7.1 Digital Surround Sound, there are 401 extra wide luxury seats with memory-foam headrests making a movie theater trip you will never forget! T-Rex stands for “Theatre Real Extreme”

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