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lols @ will smith slapping a reporter during a promotional trip in Moscow
Will Smith just slapped a Ukrainian reporter across the face at the Moscow premiere of "Men in Black 3" -- and it was all caught on tape.
The Ukrainian reporter tries to kiss Will on the lips on the red carpet and the actor angrily pushes him away and then backhands him across the face.
You can clearly see that Will is incredibly pissed that the guy showed overt affection toward him.
After Will slaps the guy, Will says, "He's lucky I didn't sucker punch him."
We're told the dude who kissed Will is a television reporter who often kisses celebrities -- it's his schtick.
For the record, Will just came out in support of gay marriage.
A source on scene tells TMZ, the reporter's mouth brushed up against Will's and that's why the actor reacted so violently. Despite the incident, Will stayed positive ... and happily continued to sign autographs for fans and do red carpet interviews.
9.5 OF 10. One of the best time-travel movies I have seen. At first, I thought it was going to be a snooze fest considering that this is one franchise I was not really a big fan of.
This movie made Lady Gaga look so yesterday at least 40 years prior.
Let me start that Andy Warhol is confirmed to be 'one of them'. This movie is a combination of science-fiction and a period film. If you think it's not a good mix then this movie will prove you so wrong.
At first I thought Agent K will get all the character development since the trailer already established that Agent J will have to travel back in time to save K from being put to death by a notorious criminal alien. By the end of the movie, the movie made tremendous development on J's character. Tremendous, I tell you.
When everyone thinks, this is just any other installment, I am telling you that this movie is worth every buck. It has a good story without having to reek with just CGI.
Yes, it did lack in some of the staple MIB elements such as the coffee-crazed aliens who just made a few seconds cameo and the alien posing as a pug. Besides that, everything seemed pretty spot-on.
The movie was not without loophole but everything else was pretty much covered. I mean if K died, how come J, a K recruit, is still with the MIB in the alternate present while K's almost failing to leave a tip almost cost the earth, well itself.
Some cool points: [spoiler]Lady Gaga was shown very very briefly as an alien. That drew some snickers from me and my friends. Her short clip was subtly shown and it takes a keen eye to notice her but when you do you'll LOL.[spoiler]
To watch out for: (1) Why K recruited J to begin with. (2) K's lovelife. (3) Agent W (4) well-played time travelling storyline
4.5 out of 5. i was entertained throughout.
kaso parang may concept ng back to the future.
no dull moments. then pwede siya for the whole family.
Review 'Men In Black 3' The Best One Yet
Okay people... They are back! Those alien fighting dudes, in their black sport jackets, white shirts, skinny ties, shooting gadgets that can wipe your memory clean, faster than you can say 'The Martians Are Coming'
Not only are they back, after a fifteen year absence, but...Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones) and Agent J (Will Smith) are better than ever.
Thanks to director, Barry Sonnenfeld and the screenwriters, Etan Cohen, and David Koepp, based on the comic by Lowell Cunningham the third in the franchise.
The plot, without giving too much away, involves time travel, a super grotesque alien known as Boris The Animal (Jermaine Clement); who can shoot ugly deadly spider like creatures from his various orifices.
A super adorable fifth dimension alien (aren't they all?) named Griffin (Michael Stulberg) who is able to see several different futures all at the same time. Andy Warhol (Bill Hader), a younger Agent K (the wonderful Josh Brolin who does a killer imitation of Tommy Lee), Emma Thomas as the head of MIB, her younger self (Alice Eva) and all sorts of fun and at times... gross things.
On a side note... I don't think I'll eat Chinese food for a very long time.
To summarize... Boris escapes from his maxim security prison on the moon and he's really, really pissed. You can't blame him. His race has been wiped out of existence and thanks to Agent K, he's been locked up for over 40 years. Now he wants one thing... Well maybe two or three.
Travel back in time to 1969, kill Agent K and with the help of his peeps, invade earth.
Luckily for K, J will do anything and everything to stop this from happening. What are partners for, right?
'Men In Black 3' shot in 3D is exciting, super funny, and has excellent action and effects. But what makes this film my favorite in the franchise is that the script focuses on the relationship between Agent K and Agent J. There's a really nice reveal toward the end.
By the way' MIB3 like the first two, is filled with all kinds of important information including...All models are aliens and...Well, you just have to see this film, which opens in theaters May 25, 2012, to find out the rest.
I gave 'Men In Black 3' 4 bagels out of 5, Check out our video to see John's bagel rating and to see him shoot a couple of aliens.
spoiler nandito pala si Lady Gaga!!!
eto ang pinakamaayos na men in black. hehehe. excited much..
REVIEW: Josh Brolin Makes Men in Black 3 Matter ó Almost
It would be very easy to show up here and report that Men in Black 3 has no reason to exist, that itís just another threequel that didnít have to be made. The truth is a little more complicated: Men in Black 3 ó which was, like its two predecessors, directed by Barry Sonnenfeld ó is neither as much fun as the first picture in the series nor as totally useless as the second. It has an actual story line, one thatís quite moving in places. And it features a bit of casting thatís pure genius. Men in Black 3 is almost good enough to make you care about its existence. And yet not quite.
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones return as Agents J and K respectively, and their partnership is no more harmonious than it ever was: Agent J accuses K, quite justifiably, of barely being able to communicate on any human level. Agent K responds with yet more evasiveness: He's a man of few words who appears to be carrying a great deal of baggage beneath his eyes alone. He has secrets, dammit, things that Agent J might be better off not knowing. Which makes Agent J that much more eager for some sort of connection with his partner-slash-father-figure.
Meanwhile, Boris the Animal (Jemaine Clement, from Flight of the Conchords, doing his best Tim Curry imitation), a goggle-eyed alien villain whose dastardly plan was foiled years ago by Agent K ó the episode also cost him an arm ó escapes from prison with the goal of traveling back in time to kill Agent K before that arrest, and that arm-hacking, can happen. Simultaneously, Agent J wakes up in world where Agent K has been dead for years; he too travels back in time, to 1969, aiming to save the life of his taciturn hound dog of a partner, a guy who, as J aptly puts it, has ďkind of a surly Elvis thing happening with him.Ē
Outside of an early scene in which J and K show up at a Chinese restaurant to investigate a health-code violation that involves noodle dishes laced with alien eyeballs and such, Men in Black 3 is pretty low on the silly, clever creepie-crawlies that were the mainstay of the original. (The script is by Etan Cohen, based on the comic-book characters created by Lowell Cunningham.) And because this is a costly summer blockbuster, released in 3-D no less, its last third is cluttered with the usual manic action, which is undistinguished and unmemorable.
But Men in Black 3 does have its charms, partly thanks to some first-rate second-banana players: The luminous Emma Thompson and the radiant Alice Eve play older and younger versions of the same character, and their presence helps tone down some of Will Smithís unbearable ďLove me!Ē rays. Jones is barely in the movie, but at least he makes an impact: Itís fascinating to look at his face, aging apace in the normal fashion ó how has it gotten to the point that itís such a wonderful thing to watch an actor grow into the face he was meant to have?
But most wonderful of all is Josh Brolin as the young Agent K. Itís so easy to believe that Brolin could turn into Jones, given a couple of decades. Brolin mimics Jonesís phrasing perfectly, capturing the essence of his easy drawl, getting those Southern-fried pauses just right. His features even carry that half-worried, half-exasperated look that Jonesí Agent K has always worn so well. The plot of Men in Black 3, once you strip away the silly action and 3-D falderal, is relatively simple and straightforward, and even though, in essence, itís not anything you havenít seen before, it still manages to strike a semi-meaningful chord. Its effects, particularly a sequence that takes place near the very top of the Chrysler Building, atop one of those majestic art deco eagles, are reasonably impressive. But somehow, its actors end up mattering more. Is that a strength or a liability in a summer blockbuster? It ought to be the former, but these days, who can tell for sure?
Magaganda feedback sa movie ah! I might as well watch this!
will smith is one of my favorite hollywood actors.
he is genuinely funny and entertaining.
surprisingly good nga daw e. ako kasi bago magwatch ng movie nagbabasa ng review talaga..
sana gumawa naman si will smith ng love story movie. hehehe. wala kasi ako napanuod na love story na ang leading man ay black. hehehe. for a change?
magaganda nga nababasa kong feedback. hehehe.
teka hanapin ko nga review ni philbert
Lord_xero have you or have you not watched the movie yet? is the review you posted above came from someone else? if yes, you should give credit to the original poster.
in addition, di mo ba pwedeng pagsama samahin ang post mo? may paramihan ba ng post dito? hehe. peace!
Offtopic: don't forget to post your French Open FL picks! sorry na lang kapag nalate ka.
A More Colorful World
It might surprise some people that it has been ten years since the last Men in Black movie. The series, though successful, hasnít really been vital enough to be particularly missed. And so one can only approach Men in Black III with mild curiosity, because there canít be much need to explore this box of characters any further. And the truth is the movie canít really provide much of a reason to exist. That said, it provides a decently fun time in a more colorful world than most blockbusters are willing to provide. Anchored with strong performances, the movie offers up an inessential but generally enjoyable cinematic experience.
One-armed alien convict Boris the Animal (Jemaine Clement) escapes from Lunar prison and returns to Earth looking to exact revenge on the MIB agent that cost him his arm. Senior MIB Agent J (Will Smith) wakes up one day to find that his partner K (Tommy Lee Jones) has completely disappeared, and that the world is under attack. Itís soon made clear that Boris went back to 1969 and killed K. Agent J makes the jump back to 1969 as well, hoping to kill Boris before he causes any trouble. When that fails, heís forced to team up with the 29-year old version of K, and the two hunt down Boris as he goes on a spree of alien killings.
The film gets off to a promising start with a fairly fun jailbreak sequence that quickly introduces us to another fantastic Rick Baker alien makeup job. Then things head back to Earth, and the movie quickly loses all of its momentum. The film takes a while to get things started, and a confused tone and odd character beats make getting to the meat of the story pretty tedious. Thankfully, the time-travel plot eventually kicks in, and the movie starts to find its groove. It certainly gets more visually interesting, the time jump sequence offering an imaginative barrage of images that gives the movie a burst of energy.
And once weíre in 1969, the world gets a lot more colorful. The colors in this film are striking, even through the dimming lenses of 3D glasses. The extended palette is refreshing in this era of dreary, two-tone blockbusters. The plotting isnít the tightest, the movie happy to let the characters stumble on to every development. But the tone is kept breezy enough to keep things from feeling too forced. Through it all, impressive production design and practical makeup effects make it all pretty fun to watch, even if itís all stuff weíve seen before.
Will Smith may be the star thatís holding this franchise together, but the real appeal of this movie lies in Josh Brolinís excellent Tommy Lee Jones impression. Brolin captures the vocal tone and mannerisms of the elderly star perfectly, all while still adding little dashes of flavor that make the character his own. Smith bounces off Brolin quite well, the actor gaining much out of the new dynamic. The scenes between him and the real Tommy Lee Jones seem sleepy in comparison. Jemaine Clement does an okay job of bringing a fairly ridiculous villain to life, while the rest of the supporting cast doesnít get too much to do.
Men in Black III isnít much more than an easy trifle. This story doesnít feel very vital, in spite of a few last minute twists that aim to give the relationship between the agents a couple of new wrinkles. The movie never really lets the audience feel any weight, the threats never quite looming over the heroes, who easily find the time to have some pie. That said, it can be an enjoyable trifle, with little moments of fun tied up in a strikingly colorful package. And itís just short enough that it doesn't outstay its welcome. Men in Black III still doesnít seem necessary, but there are worse ways to spend 90 minutes.
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