Catalogue Number: 186-4195
This collection features MEN IN BLACK, MEN IN BLACK 2 and MEN IN BLACK 3. MEN IN BLACK, In the 1950s a super-secret government agency was formed to monitor and police the activities of extraterrestrial aliens on the planet Earth. Some 40 years later a founding father of the agency, Agent Kay (Tommy Lee Jones), finds himself with a new smart-mouthed partner fresh from the NYPD who is soon dubbed Agent Jay (Will Smith). Their first mission is to save the Earth from destruction by a giant insectlike alien (Vincent D'Onfrio) that, incidentally, drives an exterminator's truck. Armed with their matching Ray-Bans, skinny ties, and space-age weapons that Jay barely understands he calls the Neuralyzer the 'flashy thing' the new duo begin another average day of fighting intergalactic terrorists. An amazingly hip and terribly clever movie that riffs on everything from E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL to CASABLANCA, this Barry Sonnenfeld film is based on the equally savvy comic book by Lowell Cunningham.
MEN IN BLACK 2, Now a high ranking member of the Men In Black, Agent Jay must find former Agent Kay who after having his memory wiped settled for the quiet life and became a postmaster... Together they must join forces to battle against a particularly nasty alien called Serleena who has taken on the appearance of a lingerie model...
MEN IN BLACK 3, Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, and director Barry Sonnenfeld return to the kooky world of the top-secret government agents who protect our planet from hostile aliens in this third entry of the Men in Black film series. This will be the first film in the franchise to be presented in 3D. FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS' Jemaine Clement co-stars as the main baddie, Yaz, with Josh Brolin lending his talents as the younger version of Jones' character.
|Consumer Advice||Contains mild language, innuendo and fantasy violence|
|UV Copy Included||Y|
|Studio||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Number Of Discs||1|
Cast & Crew
Tommy Lee Jones
|Special Features||ALIEN BROADCAST\The Chubb Chubbs Animated Short Film\Director's Commentary\Audio Commentary with Director Barry Sonnenfeld and Tommy Lee Jones\Extende|