Review: Men In Black 3

Agent J travels in time to MIB’s early years in the 1960s, to stop an alien from assassinating his friend Agent K and changing history.

This is the one I was waiting for, Will Smith coming back to the big screen. Its been a very long time since Will Smith has been in a movie, but he never fails to impress and this one its back to the fun Will we all know. When they say third time is the charm this was it, the story was fantastic, you really jump into the Men in Black rythem of them movie with Will Smith at the helm of it. Agent J & Agent K back into it as usual, and they picked the perfect guy to play a young Agent K. The funny thing is they went and explained interesting and abnormal things that happened in the 60s as we know history to be alien related. Very part of this movie was great and I loved every moment of it, for the third iteration of this trilogy, with all the funny moments and action packed scenes there was still a lot in this movie that brought all the stories together, this is the best one. I’m crossing my fingers for a fourth one but not too far down the line, but if they end with this one, this is the perfect ending.

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Sci-Fi Armory

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In need of a pull rifle or a needle gun to blow a building apart, who wouldn’t want this arsenal for their armory. Creatively ThinkGeek have put together a few memorable weapons from key SciFi movies, I have managed to identify some of them without issue and some I don’t have a clue at all. Do you have an idea of the other weapon’s origins?

1977 – Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (Han Solo Gun)
1986 – Aliens (Sigourney Weaver)
1996 – Judge Dredd
1997 – Men In Black (Will Smith)
2009 – District 9

Link: ThinkGeek