More and more UFO sightings occur every day. Across the globe people are losing time, friends and loved ones disappear, while the Men in Black are perpetually lurking in the background. In a sleepy seaside village, three women search the skies for a sighting of a UFO that is repeatedly haunting the area. Every day they venture out until one day they return having completely lost 4 hours from their lives. Their need to understand the UFO's and why they are here opens a world they could never have imagined and takes them into the heart of a dark and secretive universe populated by the Men in Black. Coming face to face with the unknown, they begin to realize that they have been profoundly affected by their encounter. To make matters worse, they begin to evolve into something amazing, yet horrifying - something beyond their worst nightmares. Beware the Dark Watchers. Written by
I tried, I really did try to appreciate this, but the LAME attachment to Men In Black (Its actually WOMEN IN BLACK-*COUGH* *AHEM* *LOL*)..when this is a very, very.........VERY lame parasitic attempt to siphon the fans of an actually entertaining franchise made me sick.
The story is non existent, You WILL often find yourself asking (To Yourself) "What the hell does this have to do with the theme of Men In Black? "WHY are these people having casual conversations about nothing in particular?", "Why am I here?", "Who stole the last 75 minutes of my life and how do I get it back?"
The "Character development" LOL...was a series of inconsequential conversations between inconsequential nobodies that lasted a total of about 10 minutes. The acting is C grade at best and From the start you can tell.
I think I would have enjoyed this more (Slightly)...If it weren't toted as a sequel to something obviously well beyond the scope of this director(And infinitely more enjoyable and entertaining). Stay within boundaries and tame your ambitions before they misdirect you sir, you set the scope way too high and failed to deliver the experience. Sorry but the truth stings when its not what you want to hear.
This was a total wreck and should not have been tied in ANY way to Men In Black. There are no aliens(More like low budget ghosts) although you will definitely feel alienated by the fallacy in its advertised motive(Sequel) and medium(MiB).
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