Men In Black II

Men In Black II
The men of MIB are back and must save the world again. Jay must retrieve a retired and memory erased Kay to help them in their battle against Serleena, an alien who has returned to Earth in search of the mysterious Light of Zartha-the location of which is only known by Kay. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Men in Black II”.

· Agent Tee starts crying in the diner after Jay tells him about James Edwards. A view of the people sitting at the counter shows the waitress, the blonde lady in a black and white top, the man next to her and the woman in the black top are looking at him. It cuts to a view of Jay and the people at the counter turn their heads again to look at Tee.

· Jay and Kay are “flushed” out of MIB and end up in the metal containers on the street. The wider view, as the doors on the canisters open, shows the containers are the same height. In the closer, front view, as Jay starts talking, Kay’s canister is shown to be a little shorter.

· Serleena is in Zed’s office holding him upside down with the tentacles in her left hand. In the far view, she drops Zed to the floor. It cuts to a close-up view when Serleena kicks him and she’s now holding a blue and white French fry box in her left hand.

· Kay and Jay arrive at locker C-18. Kay takes the digital watch with the silver band and Jay replaces it with his own “titanium watch”. In the overhead view of the creatures living in the locker when they begin to sing to Jay, the watch is Kay’s digital one. It’s back to Jay’s watch in the following views.

“Men in Black II” (2002) stars Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Rip Torn, Lara Flynn Boyle, Rosario Dawson, Johnny Knoxville, Tony Shalhoub, Patrick Warburton, Jacki Kehler and David Cross. It runs 88 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and some provocative humor.

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