05-02-2012 10:49 AM #16
"Freedom of speech" is not the same thing as "Freedom from all repercussions for being a jerk."
Yes, it wasn't as good as the first movie, but bad? No way...
05-02-2012 12:40 PM #17
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05-07-2012 07:28 PM #20
"The story is so skimpy that a huge amount of non-related padding is installed."
"The movie itself wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't chock full of filler."
"This plot is full of time-wasting."
"'MIB II' wouldn't be so bad if it held the same elements that made the first one so good, but it's hollow."
"...obviously only there to set up something pointless to be used again later in the movie."
Gee: I'm not sure if I understand what you're saying... do you think this movie is shallow?
BTW, the premise that you start with does not match the content of your review. If you liked the first one because it's a sci-fi comedy, you should like the 2nd one because it's also a sci-fi comedy...pretty much the same one, as a matter of fact.
MIB II suffers in originality of plot, sure. But I wouldn't call it "hollow". It's been a long while since I've seen I or II, but each had their share of interesting elements. MIB is all about the atmosphere and situation: it's the ride, not the details.
And, really, "How's it hangin'?" --that's not funny?
...ok then, Mr FunnyMan who just enjoys "fun science fiction comedies".A great day to be BLU...
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