Men in Black

Men in Black
Men in Black




98 minutes


Action and Adventure



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Extra-terrestrials are among us. Take a good look at your teacher. Your next-door neighbour. Notice anything strange? Extra eyes? Too many legs? An exoskeleton, perhaps? Maybe you need the Men in Black. Super-cool duo Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones star in this hilarious, hugely inventive comedy that imagines how Earth would cope with the reality of aliens, some living peacefully alongside humans ("Elvis didn't die, he just went home") - some with less peaceful activities on their minds.

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This film has one use of moderate bad language, violence and horror.

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