Men In Black III

Men In Black III
Men In Black III

Year

2011

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Extra-terrestrial secret agents J and K return for the third instalment of the Men in Black series. Some kind of cosmic shenanigans have been occurring and Agent K is missing, so Agent J (played by Will Smith), must time travel to the 1960s and meet with the young K to get to the bottom of things. Could it have something to do with Andy Warhol? As always, there is no shortage of creepy, gooey aliens for him to zap, and cool gadgets aplenty in this action-filled sci-fi comedy. Look out for cameo appearances from Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.

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