This sequel is pretty much what you would expect. Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson bring their charisma to the screen. This film is undoubtedly a crowd pleaser, but don’t expect any serious moments from this comedy.
The editing seems rather quick, giving the viewer a feeling of whiplash; like it was only done to try and speed up the slow start of the film. As the movie progresses, however, the plot picks up and the movie gets better as it goes along.
This is the kind of film that you want to share with your family, to enjoy it together on a family night out. Men in Black International has that sentimental feel of the movies you enjoyed in the bygone days of VHS.
Audiences are greeted by an endless cycle of action, mixed with some interesting CGI. The level of animation tends to be inconsistent with the settings looking completely real and some of the aliens looking like they were copied and pasted into the scene.
MIBI follows the life of Molly, a young girl who has a fascination with space and a surprise encounter with a young alien. We follow Molly, twenty years later, as she discovers who the Men in Black are and becomes an agent, only to be paired up with the ever charismatic H.
Loyalties are tested and bonds are created in this sci/fi sequel. If you’re looking for an easy viewing, family friendly piece, then this is the film for you.