The Men in Black: International trailer.

I am not totally confident.

Then again, that might not be Men In Black: International‘s fault.  We are, as they say, having a day here at Chez Lane.  Guess we’ll see…


  • bensdad00 says:

    Nor should you be. Gender-swap is lazy comedy and rarely well done (the best recent example and exception to the rule was the Overboard remake-quel).

    • nicklevi86 says:

      You’re not wrong, but I don’t get the impression that’s what this is. More of a continuation and expansion of the franchise than anything.
      If the Ghostbusters had taken a similar track instead of a completely bent reboot it Might Not Have Sucked(as much).

      • junior says:

        Ghostbusters reboot was all but guaranteed DOA no matter what, imo. What made the original Ghostbusters a classic wasn’t the setting. It was that you had three great comics – Bill Murry, Dan Akroyd, and Harold Ramis – that all had great comedic chemistry. And, of course, you had a solid straight man in Ernie Hudson. Put the four of them together, and you potentially had a spectacular result.

        What did the reboot have that could compare to that?

  • Jon says:

    I’m of mixed opinion on this. A MIB sequel this late doesn’t hold a lot of interest for me, but the actors did a great job together in Thor: Ragnarok.
    Unless I hear some good reviews I’m leaning towards waiting for whatever streaming service gets it after leaving the theaters.

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