Men In Black II – Edited

Theatrical Release: October 23, 2003
DVD Release: October 23, 2003
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Synopsis

This eagerly awaited sequel to the 1997 blockbuster takes up where the first film left off, it’s been five years since Agent Kay [Tommy Lee Jones] retired and had his memory erased by Agent Jay [Will Smith]. But an old threat has returned to Earth in the form of the powerful Serleena [Lara Flynn Boyle], an evil Kylothian looking for the Light of Zartha. Zed [Rip Torn], head of MID operations, sends Jay to bring Kay back into service from his retirement as Postmaster in Truro, Massachusetts. Because only Kay knows where to find the clues that lead to the Light, if his memory can be restored. But Serleena takes over MIB headquarters and the countdown to Earth’s destruction can only be stopped by finding the Light, and keeping Serleena in the dark. Audiences will once again enjoy the humorous rollercoaster of an adventure in alien encounters from, as one clue puts it, “the secret files of an agency that doesn’t exist.”
Some of the encounters are more violent than others, most of the violence is almost slapstick as alien heads grow back after being splattered by futuristic weapons, or bisected bodies rejoin. Remarkably, the foul language, which made the original film largely unacceptable, has been greatly toned down. Only a couple of mild obscenities are heard, but numerous crude terms are used. Boyle shows off some “miracle” curves as a lingerie model before revealing her evil self. Most of the crude, sexually sugggestive remarks are left to Frank, an alien that looks like a pug dog.

Dove Review

This is not my genre: comic-book, sci-fi, slam bang, special effects with a story line to hold it all together. However, it’s great entertainment for the kid in all of us. Watching Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones flow together and then bounce off one another, was integral to the success of this film. I want to assure parents/teachers/youth leaders, that there isn’t anything objectionable in this edited version. You can show this film at home, or to a group of 12 plus year olds. Enjoy!

Content Description

Faith: None
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Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Director: Barrry Sonneed
Genre: Action
Runtime: 85 min.
Reviewer: Judy Mate'