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Trailer: Men in Black 3

posted by Nell Minow

The first “Men in Black” is one of my favorite films of the 1990′s.  The second was a terrible disappointment and clearly hacked up before release as shown by its slim running time and unsatisfying and conclusion.  I keep hoping there is some director’s cut coming some day.  I’ve been worried about the third in the series because of reports of chaotic filming and rumors that there was no script and they were making it up as they went.  This new trailer looks encouraging, so here’s hoping.

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Mary Keeley

    So anxious to see this! Our son’s partner,Mike/aka our 5th son worked with Rick Baker on the creatures for this film–had nothing but good things to say about the shoot and the experience. Looks good from here!!!
    Ciao!
    M

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