As a third installment of the MIB movie trilogy, I has big hopes (and wasn’t completely disappointed). The first MIB movie was hilariously funny, the second was good, the third made me laugh but not as good as it’s previous movies. I still think it’s worth going to, but don’t expect MIB: 1 again.
On the plus side, the villain in this movie was much better than others, along with the special effects surrounding his abilities.
IMDB users rated this movie: 7.2/10
Flixter: 75% users liked it / 69% critics liked it
Agent J travels in time to MIB’s early years in the 1960s, to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history.
Etan Cohen, Lowell Cunningham (Malibu comic)