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TFR Ep. 121: Men In Black 3, Inventory Of Sequels Better Than The Originals

Chris Scalzo


Scalzo disliked 'Men In Black'.  He thought it was dull, unimaginative, and not very fun.  Scalzo hated 'Men In Black 2'.  He can't express how much 'Men In Black 2' disgusted him.  It's as if the lack of excitement and wonder that had not been present in the original, was sucked out of the cold, rehashed and insipid sequel.  So it was with great trepidation that we entered the movie theater to see 'Men In Black 3'.  We are greeted with a wiser, more seasoned, Agent J, played by Will Smith.  Tommy Lee Jones returns for more gristled craginess.   And newcomers Josh Brolin as a younger Agent K, and Emma Thompson as Agent O.  Is there anything left at the bottom of the Men In Black well, or has the sewage system broken through and contaiminated everything?  We'll review the big releases on Blu-Ray and DVD, then close it all out with an Inventory Of Sequels Better Than The Originals.  You may want to avoid that local sushi place.  You wouldn't believe what they're serving in place of the fish.

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00:00-12:44: Intro/Men In Black 3
12:45-24:31: Blu-Ray & DVD Picks
24:32-42:04: Inventory Of Sequels Better Than The Originals
42:05-44:13: Wrap Up

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