I remember seeing the original Men In Black at the cinema and I was completely chuffed by it. It was something quirky and new and it's humour felt original at the time. Then number 2 was made and I hated it. It felt like a cheap cash grab with a lousy story and second-rate special fx... so now 10 years has past and Men In Black 3 is delivered. A whole decade between instalments could have gone either way and my hopes were understandably low. It took me a while but I finally watched it tonight and I honestly think that it trumps the original. This is a grouse movie!! It seemingly ignores the second movie with a few subtle character contradictions and continues the story of agents K and J. In the late 60s K (Tommy Lee Jones) defeated a barbaric alien named Boris who is the last surviving member of his race. Boris is imprisoned and escapes 40 years later to exact revenge. He hijacks a time machine and zaps K back into the past, kills him and re-writes history. Its up to J to time-jump to save K and correct history. This instalment is really well written and the set ups are fantastic. Josh Brolin plays K in 1969 and he flawlessly characterises Tommy Lee Jones to the to every finite nuance. And then there's Jemaine Clement from Flight Of The Concords. He plays the film's central villain and he's hilarious. His Boris character is the best in the series and without him it would have been a much lesser movie. The site gags are all great but the most impressive thing about MIB3 is it's narrative arch. It all comes together in a clever, touching and strangely logical way. I loved it. Men In Black 3 is the best in the series IMO.