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Men in Black 3

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Spot the Alien game
Behind-the-scenes featurettes:
The Making of Men In Black 3
Men In Black: 1960's vs. Today
Creating the Visual Effects
Scene Investigation
Progression reels
"Back In Time" music video by Pitbull

November 30th
post #2 of 11

mib3??

Being from the same company, are we to expect the 3d version to not work in many players? Spiderman never worked in my Sammy bde5900, and I'm concerned the same will happen with MiB... Please post review/3d functionality if you buy it tomorrow!
post #3 of 11
I hate Friday releases. No stores have any version of this on the shelves. Employees are telling me it's not out yet.
post #4 of 11
I had to track down someone rolling them around in a basket!
To be fair, it was shortly after they had opened (Target), but still eek.gif
post #5 of 11
I watched this one last week. Given that it had decent word-of-mouth, I was disappointed it was a pretty lackluster movie. The plot twists about the key character's past is good, but the execution and the main bad alien really didn't grab me. It always bugs me when movie makers get real space hardware so wrong usually due to lazy research (the Apollo 11 Saturn V is all FUBAR). And seriously, Tommy Lee Jone's face just looks.... weird in this movie, like plastic surgery gone way bad.
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Originally Posted by Partyslammer View Post

Tommy Lee Jone's face just looks.... weird in this movie, like plastic surgery gone way bad.
Nah, that's just Josh Brolin.

j/k.. lol

Saw this in theaters, but not in 3D. It's on my Christmas list, so it'll be a few more weeks yet before I can chime in about the disc. Overall, I liked the film. Not as good as the first, but better than the second.
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Originally Posted by Partyslammer View Post

I watched this one last week. Given that it had decent word-of-mouth, I was disappointed it was a pretty lackluster movie. The plot twists about the key character's past is good, but the execution and the main bad alien really didn't grab me. It always bugs me when movie makers get real space hardware so wrong usually due to lazy research (the Apollo 11 Saturn V is all FUBAR). And seriously, Tommy Lee Jone's face just looks.... weird in this movie, like plastic surgery gone way bad.

I can sorta agree with this. It wasn't as good as the first movie. The main bad alien definitely doesn't pay off for me. Overall though I enjoyed the movie; better than the second one for sure.
post #8 of 11
Death by stoning, is better than the 2nd movie.
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Originally Posted by raoul_duke View Post

Death by stoning, is better than the 2nd movie.

People have been done for war crimes for way less
post #10 of 11
Mib 3 is a winner.

Fun film and very nice bd.

Pretty to watch
post #11 of 11
Rented it last night; enjoyed it. I’m surprised so many recent movies I’ve been renting are still shot on film. I saw this was produced by Steven Spielberg which I wasn’t aware of – maybe that played a role. IDK, but there were some really beautiful shots in it – I love the neon shots and they included a lot of those and that Chinese restaurant scene was brilliant visually as well.

I haven’t really followed the franchise of this, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
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