Men in Black/Men in Black 2/Men in Black 3 (Blu-ray)
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|Contributor||Will Smith, Josh Brolin, Rip Torn, Barry Sonnenfeld, Linda Fiorentino, Tommy Lee Jones|
|Runtime||4 hours and 51 minutes|
Triple bill of sci-fi features starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as a pair of agents tasked with keeping extraterrestrial inhabitants of Earth in check. In 'Men in Black' (1997) New York cop James Edwards (Smith) finds himself recruited to the secret MiB agency, where he is partnered with K (Jones) and sent to investigate an alien prediction of the end of the world. Initially, the partnership doesn't gel, but with fearsome alien adversaries to take on K and J come to rely on each other. 'Men in Black 2' (2002) finds K working as a postman, unaware of his former heroics alongside Agent J. However, when J uncovers a secret alien plot organised by the seductive Serleena (Lara Flynn Boyle) he knows he will require the skills of his former partner to foil such a dangerous enemy. In 'Men in Black 3' (2012) J is forced to journey back in time to the 1960s to try and rescue K, who has been assassinated with such extraterrestrial efficiency everyone on Earth appears to believe he has been dead for 40 years. With the aid of a terrifying 'time jump', J hooks up with a younger Agent K (Josh Brolin) and together the pair attempt to change the course of history.
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Package Dimensions : 18 x 13.8 x 1.5 cm; 115 Grams
- Director : Barry Sonnenfeld
- Media Format : PAL, Blu-ray
- Run time : 4 hours and 51 minutes
- Release date : 21 September 2012
- Actors : Josh Brolin, Linda Fiorentino, Rip Torn, Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones
- Studio : Sony
- ASIN : B01A9R1WAA
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 3
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I started watching the first film and was disappointed to discover that it was subtly censored - like an airplane version. The first instance of this censorship is minutes into the film when Tony Shalhoub's character, angry after losing his head, calls Tommy Lee Jones an "insensitive jerk" - the original insult is a bit spicier.
My research indicates these changes were made long ago to appease the British Board of Film Classification in order to get a more commercially desirable rating in that country. For whatever reason, this censored British Blu-ray master has found its way into my Australian M-rated MIB Trilogy case.
It's only a few seconds of the film that are different but it leaves a sour taste in the mouth and another annoying gap in my collection I'll have to fill with an import at some point.
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well it isn't. don't waste money and time looking for a bargain.
Im extremely annoyed as another site offered a good black friday deal on MIB1-3 4K discs, i didn't purchase because of this item being advertised as 4k and in a nice boxset, typically i can no longer get that deal!
Now going through he inconvenience of returning the item in lock down....
Turned up as blurays's no 4k at all. returning back to amazon. Avoid buying for now.
And if you're actually after the 1080p version, buy that, it's half the price!
I live in Dubai and having them delivered was far cheaper than purchasing out here - so another good mark for Amazon.