Oh good. It is this one.
The convoluted “reveal” at the end aside, this is a pretty decent story, despite it being one of the most basic time travel stories there is.
Josh Brolin was so good at being Tommy Lee Jones that when Tommy Lee Jones returned, I caught myself thinking, “Who is this guy?”
Plus, Jemaine Clement’s involvement, especially as a bad guy, automatically earns a 3 for Characters for any movie.
It’s easy to go overboard with special effects in this kind of film, but they showed some moderation here.
They drove through a street with a bit of product placement, but I’m so happy about the decision to remove the stores from MIB headquarters that I’m overlooking it.
I’m surprised that the third installment in this series has the highest score out of all of them, especially after the awful mess that was MIB 2.