|Studio / Distributor:||Sony DADC|
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About The Product
Men In Black 3 by Barry Sonnenfeld is a 3D science fiction action comedy film, which is based on The Men In Black comic book series by Lowell Cunningham. This is the third movie of the Men In Black series and it stars Will Smith as Agent J, Tommy Lee Jones as Agent K and Josh Brolin as 1969 Agent K. Barry Sonnenfeld's Men In Black 3 has become the highest grossing film in the series.
This Barry Sonnenfeld movie starts by showing that Boris the Animal escaped from a lunar prison to kill Agent K, who put him in prison in 1969. K had also created an ArcNet shield around the earth, to prevent future attacks by Boris. Before fleeing, Boris tells Agent J that K is already dead. J finds out that Boris had committed quite a few murders in 1969. J calls K on the phone but soon after K disappears. When J searches the MIB headquarters, he realises that no one remembers Agent K ever existed. He then sees a statue of K, which has been put up in his memory after he was killed in 1969 by Boris. With indications that there has been a break in the timeline, J realises that Boris returned to 16th July 1969 in order to kill K. J time-travels to 1969 in order to save K's life and prevent the destruction of the earth. When J lands in Coney Island, he tries to shoot Boris but is knocked out by young K. K then takes J to the 1969 MIB headquarters, where J explains his entire mission. J and the young K team up together and try to find Griffin, the owner of the ArcNet. The 1969 Boris escapes and meets the Boris of 2012. The MIB agents try to attach the ArcNet to the Apollo 11 rocket, so it can be deployed in space. However, the past and the present Boris attack them, thus not allowing the rocket from being launched.
Men In Black 3 has an U (Universal) rating. The 3D Blu-ray, released by Sony DADC, has a run time of 307 minutes.