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Men in Black II (2002) (1 Viewer)

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Men in Black II
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Title: Men in Black II

Tagline: Same planet. New scum.

Genre: Action,Comedy,Science Fiction

Director: Barry Sonnenfeld

Cast: Will Smith,Tommy Lee Jones,Lara Flynn Boyle,Rosario Dawson,Johnny Knoxville,Rip Torn,Tony Shalhoub,Patrick Warburton,Jack Kehler,David Cross,Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine,Peter Spellos,Michael Rivkin,Michael Bailey Smith,Lenny Venito,Howard Spiegel,Alpheus Merchant,Jay Johnston,Joel McKinnon Miller,Derek Cecil,Sean Rouse,Peter Spruyt,Kevin Cotteleer,Marty Belafsky,Rick Baker,Martha Stewart,Michael Jackson,Sid Hillman,Tom Whitenight,Nick Cannon,Andre Blair,Jeremy Howard,Mary Stein,Martin Klebba,John Alexander,Denise Cheshire,Ernie Grunwald,Chloe Sonnenfeld,John Andrew Berton Jr.,William E. Jackson,Doug Jones,Biz Markie,Peter Graves,Linda Kim,Paige Brooks,Stephanie Kemp,Barry Sonnenfeld,Victoria Jones,Michael Garvey,Michael Dahlen,Kevin Grevioux,Derek Mears,Sonny Tipton,John Richardson,Philip Goodwin,Tim Blaney,Greg Ballora,Carl J. Johnson,Thom Fountain,Brad Abrell,Richard Pearson,Rick Avery,John D. Bair,Michael Beardsley,Michael Buonomo,Kristin Charney,Patrick Coleman Duncan,Darrell Foster,Ned Gorman,Gene LeBell,Pete Macnamara,Drew Massey,Matthew McGrory,Christopher Metas,Bart Mixon,Alexandra O'Hara,David Patykewich,Martin Pfefferkorn,David C. Roehm Sr.,Leo Rogstad,Thomas Rosales Jr.,Brandee Sanders,Hannah Sim,Peter Siragusa,Daniel Browning Smith,Brian Steele,Mark Steger,Alan Tuskes,Shannon Watson,Bo Welch

Status: Released

Release: 2002-07-03

Runtime: 88

Plot: Kay and Jay reunite to provide our best, last and only line of defense against a sinister seductress who levels the toughest challenge yet to the MIB's untarnished mission statement – protecting Earth from the scum of the universe. It's been four years since the alien-seeking agents averted an intergalactic disaster of epic proportions. Now it's a race against the clock as Jay must convince Kay – who not only has absolutely no memory of his time spent with the MIB, but is also the only living person left with the expertise to save the galaxy – to reunite with the MIB before the earth submits to ultimate destruction.

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Trailer Cast Crew Videos

    • Will Smith

      Jay
    • Tommy Lee Jones

      Kay
    • Lara Flynn Boyle

      Serleena
    • Rosario Dawson

      Laura Vasquez
    • Johnny Knoxville

      Scrad / Charlie
    • Rip Torn

      Zed
    • Tony Shalhoub

      Jeebs
    • Patrick Warburton

      Agent Tee
    • Jack Kehler

      Ben
    • David Cross

      Newton
    • Colombe Jacobsen-Derstine

      Hailey
    • Peter Spellos

      Motorman
    • Michael Rivkin

      Man with Dog
    • Michael Bailey Smith

      Creepy
    • Lenny Venito

      New York Guy
    • Howard Spiegel

      New York Guy
    • Alpheus Merchant

      MIB Guard
    • Jay Johnston

      Agent
    • Joel McKinnon Miller

      Agent
    • Derek Cecil

      Repairman Agent
    • Sean Rouse

      MIB Agent
    • Peter Spruyt

      MIB Customs Agent
    • Kevin Cotteleer

      MIB Customs Agent
    • Marty Belafsky

      MIB Customs Agent
    • Rick Baker

      MIB Passport Control Agent
    • Martha Stewart

      Self
    • Michael Jackson

      Agent M
    • Sid Hillman

      Agent Gee
    • Tom Whitenight

      Agent C
    • Nick Cannon

      MIB Autopsy Agent
    • Alessandra Cave (Visual Effects)

      Visual Effects Producer
    • Angela M. Catanzaro (Sound)

      Assistant Sound Editor
    • Bill Orrico (Sound)

      First Assistant Sound Editor
    • Samuel Nunez (Visual Effects)

      Matchmove Supervisor
    • Rick Wentworth (Sound)

      Conductor
    • Pamela Bertini (Art)

      Art Department Assistant
    • Suttirat Anne Larlarb (Art)

      Assistant Art Director
    • John M. Levin (Visual Effects)

      Visual Effects Coordinator
    • David Chambers (Art)

      Location Scout
    • Kenny Searle (Crew)

      Transportation Captain
    • Dennis J. Lootens (Lighting)

      Gaffer
    • James Carson (Art)

      Production Illustrator
    • Joni Avery (Crew)

      Stunts
    • Gregory W. Smith (Camera)

      Steadicam Operator
    • Tom Heilig (Crew)

      Transportation Captain
    • Tim de Pala (Visual Effects)

      Visual Effects Coordinator
    • Peter F. Kurland (Sound)

      Production Sound Mixer
    • Ross La Terra (Art)

      Set Dresser
    • Thomas Schelesny (Visual Effects)

      Animation
    • William Kruzykowski (Editing)

      First Assistant Editor
    • Evan Pontoriero (Art)

      Conceptual Design
    • Gregor Lakner (Visual Effects)

      CG Artist
    • John Blake (Costume & Make-Up)

      Makeup Artist
    • Daniel Eaton (Crew)

      CGI Supervisor
    • Keith McCabe (Visual Effects)

      CG Artist
    • Audie Aragon (Camera)

      Dolly Grip
    • John Wright (Crew)

      Craft Service
    • Robbie Goldstein (Production)

      Location Manager
    • Kevin McGowan (Visual Effects)

      CG Artist
    • Steve Thayer (Art)

      Construction Foreman
    • Teaser

      • Teaser
    • Official Trailer

      • Trailer
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I dragged my friend along with me to watch this. We knew Michael was in it but it wasn’t clear how ‘visible’ he’d be, just that he was in scenes in the the agency HQ so we were on MJ-watch, scouring every single ‘person’ on screen in case we could see him😂 So I genuinely screamed when he appeared on screen in his own scene, and the whole audience in the cinema gasped at it actually being him! And my god that man looked soooooooooooooooooooooooo hot💕💕💕💕💕💕

I think I went to see it 3 more times at the cinema😂

What I really loved, other than that fine man in his suit with yummy curtains (ooooooh myyyyyy🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰), was that he played up to his ‘weird’ reputation and turned it back on the audience. It showed a really different side to him (for non-fans), as he was making fun of himself and demonstrating a real sense of humour about it.
 
I did the same in Germany, when I was living at the time 😂 There was just one cinema which showed films in English language, with no dubbing or subtitles, so we would go to films there whenever we could. I suggested going to this with a work colleague on our day off. She knew I was a fan, but didn't know Michael was in the film, and I screamed when he came on the screen. Afterwards she started laughing and said, oh now I see why you wanted to go to this film 😂
 
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