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Men in Black 2
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Directed By
Barry Sonnenfeld

Written By:
Robert Gordon, Barry Fanaro

Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Lara Flynn Boyle, Johnny Knoxville, Rosario Dawson, Rip Torn, Tony Shalhoub, Patrick Warburton, Jack Kehler, David Cross, Colombe Jacobsen, Peter Spellos, Lenny Venito

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Men in Black 2 (2002)
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Movie Review by Zara
November 7th, 2007

I liked this second incarnation a little better than most people I've talked to about it. Personally, I happened to enjoy Johnny Knoxville's little attempt at breaking out of the Jackass mold, even if it did mean that he had to do it behind Lara Flynn Boyle. She was at her skinniest in her personal life at the time that they made this which is why I wondered how they made her look so passably attractive. Or the boobs for that matter.

But it's disturbing with portions like the "BallChinians" and Wacko Jacko being an alien who would like to be considered for the MIB team. It takes far too long for Jones to start remembering who he was before getting his memory erased and while I like Rosario Dawson, I missed Laura Fiorentino.

BUT... in a pass the time kind of way, this isn't a horrible piece of crap to pick. It's bright with colors and has lots going on. I liked that they gave the worms a little more to do (honestly, they're the funniest part for me in the film, aside from David Cross being told to take the girl to a lobster dinner that costs more than a dollar.)

Still was a very unnecessary and clearly made for the money sequel.

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