SPOILER WARNING: While the following article does not get into major plot details from Men In Black International, it does feature details you may not want to know about prior to seeing the film.
Exceeding expectations by a bit, Sony/Columbia's Men in Black: International easily took the top spot at the domestic box office in its weekend debut. The fourth film in the sci-fi/action/comedy franchise was projected as tallying $26+ million and it wound up topping $28 million. That's little consolation for what was intended to be a summer blockbuster. On the international front, where you'd think MiB:I would do a little better, the film took in $74.7 million and debuted at #1 in roughly two-thirds of the movie's markets. Co-stars Chris …
Sony's Men in Black: International looks to take the top spot at the Friday box office in its debut, but that's probably the best news the franchise installment is going to see. It's on track for a projected $26+ million total this weekend. That's less than a quarter of the reported $110 million production budget for the sci-fi action comedy that reunites Thor: Ragnarok stars Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Critically crushed and suffering from a distinct lack of buzz, it's looking like a misfire for the MiB team. We'll see if there'…
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Jesus, Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson wear the hell out of some suits. That's a shallow way to begin, I know, but it's important to know right up front that director F. Gary Gray's Men in Black: International hinges completely on the presence of its two endlessly charismatic leads, both of whom I must repeat wear those perfectly tailored suits from all the pre-release images for at least 90% of the film. I urge theaters to post warning signs for the faint of heart. But it's not just the cut of their cloth. In the …
MiB: International tries to invoke the original in so many ways, but fails to match its key achievements: it isn’t funny or exciting.

Men in Black: International

Fans Ratings: 56%
Critics Ratings: 31%

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