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Men in Black: International

critic Reviews

22%
  • Amiable yet forgettable, MiB International grinds its stars' substantial chemistry through the gears of a franchise running low on reasons to continue.
  • Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    A self-referential Thor joke comes across as forced. The plot about a mole buried deep within the MIB organization offers up a very short list of candidates, and it's beyond easy to decipher which one will turn out to be the turncoat.
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  • Peter TraversRolling Stone
    In this uninspired MiB reboot, the effervescent biplay between Hemsworth and Thompson almost compensates for the vacuum where a live-wire alien invasion comedy should be. Almost being the operative word.
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  • Adam GrahamDetroit News
    One of those memory-erasing flashes would be nice right about now, please.
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  • James BerardinelliReelViews
    Whoever spearheaded this halfhearted resurrection should be fitted with a golden parachute.
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  • Matthew RozsaSalon.com
    Every so often a movie gets so thoroughly shellacked by critics that, when you see it and realize it's actually quite good, you can't help but feel sorry for the filmmakers.
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  • Inkoo KangSlate
    It's unfair to expect the franchise-launching chemistry between Smith and Jones, but the mere adequacy of Hemsworth and Thompson disappoints nonetheless.
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  • Linda CookQuad City Times (Davenport, IA)
    It's far from stellar.
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  • Nestor BentancorNestor Cine Desde Hollywood
    A prefabricated blockbuster where not even the good parts quite fit. Predictable and utterly forgettable. [Full review in Spanish]
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  • Oggs CruzRappler
    Men in Black International is a film that won't have people begging for a continuation. It just pales in comparison to its livelier and more ingenious predecessors.
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  • Nick PinkertonSight and Sound
    It's garbage, of course, the aesthetically undistinguished result of pure avarice and laziness, with nothing in it to command the attention of an adult with a functioning visual cortex.
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