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Laura Clifford @ Reeling Reviews
Excerpt: Even Chris Hemsworth, that sex symbol with a sense of humor, doesn’t enliven the proceedings, his best bit an in joke involving a smaller version of Thor’s hammer.
Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
Excerpt: It’s hard to have any strong feelings on something like Men In Black: International when it seems like the film itself seems to not have much care or energy put into it.
Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
Excerpt: The plot is pretty standard stuff. However, this amiable production coasts on the smooth easygoing chemistry of its two leads.
MaryAnn Johanson @ FlickFilosopher.com
Excerpt: Performs a complete charmectomy on its usually hugely charismatic stars, leaves them to flounder about with a bizarrely inept script, and actually seems to be trolling us with its pseudo feminism.
Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
Excerpt: Claims to refresh and expand the MiB universe, yet it sullies and cheapens the first film already maligned by sequels which tripped over their shoelaces instead of carrying the baton.
Dan Lybarger @ Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Excerpt: Picking a favorite Men in Black sequel is like choosing between Larry, Moe and Curly. Although each has his merits, one still has to select a Stooge.
Mike McGranaghan @ The Aisle Seat
Excerpt: This is the first unadulterated bomb of the 2019 summer season – a joyless, unfunny, ill-conceived mess.
Simon Miraudo @ Student Edge
Excerpt: Tessa Thompson’s great, but Men In Black: International just isn’t good—or gross—enough to earn any space in your memory.
Aaron Neuwirth @ We Live Entertainment
Excerpt: For all the clever gadgets and alien designs … , there’s not much here to make the film standout.
Eddie Pasa @ Gunaxin
Jason Pirodsky @ The Prague Reporter
Excerpt: Keeping Men in Black: International afloat, in addition to the colorful effects, globetrotting locals, and all-around first-rate production design – are two colorful central performances from Thompson and Hemsworth, who help breathe some fresh life into the franchise.
Don Shanahan @ Every Movie Has a Lesson
Excerpt: Tessa and Chris might glow like radium, but Men in Black: International is an inert gas, fleeting and faint.
[New] | Amir Siregar @ Amir at the Movies [Indonesian]
Excerpt: Another bland entry on the already forgettable – no neuralyzer needed – movie series.
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