After an eye-opening encounter of the third kind, the secret MiB organisation's newest recruit, Agent M, finds herself under the wing of the heroic Agent H in cosmopolitan London, when a shape-shifting duo of intergalactic assassins executes an alien aristocrat. Now, with a devastating super-weapon of mass destruction hidden somewhere on Earth, the Men in Black will leave no stone unturned to retrieve it. However, heavy clouds of mistrust and a scent of betrayal envelop the once-incorruptible agency. Is there a well-placed mole in their midst?Written by
Rip Torn, who played Zed in the first two movies, and an alien at his character's funeral in the third movie, died a month after the release of this movie. See more »
When Agent H and M land in the desert, Agent M's sunglasses are on the sand under her feet. In subsequent scenes, they are no longer on the sand, and there is no indication that she moved them. See more »
The Torch Lady in the Columbia Pictures logo dons a pair of Men in Black sunglasses. See more »
In the scene when Molly arrives at MIB headquarters in London, celebrity cameos appearing on the big screen varied depending on the country where the film was being shown. For the UK version Piers Morgan appeared and in the Spanish version, the YouTuber "El Rubius". See more »
It is a totally different movie then the original.
Without Pawny, the movie would have been without any comedy. There was no chemistry between Chris and Tessa. No funny flow. She is to serious. And he can't pull of being a rebel.
It's difficult to step into the shadow of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. Impossible even.
It was entertaining but nothing like the fun and laughter like the original.
Ok, but just ok.
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