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It lacks the chilling vibe of a superhero movie, but it's still entertaining for the '00s based prequel-spin-off.
MIB International may not have the bright spark of its predecessors, but it's still a worthy heir to the brand. It lacks action during the plot but it is still worth watching according to a slight, subtle sense of humor and the great novelty of a female character as a protagonist.
Enlightening and brilliant; a true depiction of a story showing how the ruthless world of competition for holding electricity was born.
Interesting intermittently with a not very good-looking (quite creepy) CGI and a non-effective screenplay. The Lion King has its own strength in the plot, only. By the way, it passed the time.
If you expect to watch just a slapstick comedy, you're in the wrong place. This movie provides us way more than this; a biographical plot mixed with an extraordinary well-developed script showing us the hardship that the magnificent comic-duo had to deal with. Poignant depiction of a dramedy; a huge change of perspective in the motion picture industry that didn't change quite a bit the personalities of Stan and his best friend colleague Ollie. Highly recommended.