Starring Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin, Jemaine Clement, Emma Thompson, Michael Stuhlbarg, Alice Eve, Bill Hader and David Rasche.
Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.
The first Men in Black came out 15 years ago, and the second came out 10 years ago. I can't remember much about the second one except that it wasn't near as good as the first. But even so, the MiB team slide comfortably right back into our hearts, with the cocky Agent J and stoic Agent K keeping the aliens on Earth in line.
The plot here revolves around an alien villain named Boris (Jemaine Clement), who has escaped his supermax prison and stolen a time-travel device. He intends to go back to 1969 and kill Agent K before he was imprisoned. Therefore it's up to Agent J to stop him.
The best surprise of the movie is how good a job Josh Brolin does as the young Agent K. He's not just doing a Tommy Lee Jones impression; we believe this is the same person forty years younger, and he and Smith quickly fall into the same chemistry that Smith and Jones have.
Boris is a good villain too. He's up there with Vincent D'Onofrio's human cockroach in the first one. I don't even remember who the villain was in the second one.
Public service announcement: there's nothing at the end of the credits.