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Southport Reporter    Edition published on:- 09 August 2002

Film review:- Men In Black II

This is one of the best films this year  Agent J played by Will Smith needs help, so he is sent to find Agent K his old partner from film one played by Tommy Lee Jones.  The problem is Agent K has lost his memory and J has to restore his memory before the world is destroyed by a out of space Medusa.   Unfortunately the movie is basically what you see in the trailer, with the best jokes being shown in trailers.  This spoils some of them and Will Smith try's a bit to hard in places.  But this dose not stop the enjoyment and the film is over all  fantastic. Still the age old cute character still gets the laths as Frank gets on the nerves of J, so no matter how hard you try Will, you can never beet the cute.... 

With out spoiling the plot as their is not much to spoil, J and K have to find a hidden item that if not sent back to it home planet, it will destroy the planet.  Not forgetting if it falls into an alien invaders hands, then opps.....  Along the way the two get increasingly bizarre clues and into the same situations as in the last film, meeting some of the characters from the last one and some new ones.  All in all four out of five. 

Film Review by Patrick Trollope

Cast credits. First credits only:- 

Tommy Lee Jones as Agent K, Will Smith as Agent J, Lara Flynn Boyle as Serleena, Rip Torn as Zed, Johnny Knoxville as Scrad/Charlie, Rosario Dawson as Laura Vasquez, Tony Shalhoub as Jack Jeebs, Patrick Warburton as Agent T, Jack Kehler as Ben, David Cross as Newton, Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine as Video Store Clerk, Peter Spellos as Motorman, Michael Rivkin as Dog and Man, Michael Bailey Smith as Creepy and Lenny Venito as New York Guy. 

Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.  Writing credits Lowell Cunningham and Robert Gordon.

Film Age Rating 
In The UK:-
Our verdict 4 stars out of five stars.
Running Time:- 88 mins. .
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