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MIB International – Karl Sides (The Flick Fanatics)

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MIB International

Starring:

Chris Hemsworth- Agent H

Tessa Thompson- Agent M

Liam Neeson- Agent High T

Emma Thompson- Agent O

Hemsworth and Thompson team up again to save the world from a new alien in the new comedy MIB International

Molly (Thompson) has always been fascinated with space and it got ramped up when she came face to face with a blue furry alien hiding in her stuffed animals.  Two mysterious men in black suits showed up to questions her parents and ending up zapping them and wiping their memories of the visit (they were neutralized). Molly was not affected and help the creature escape. Now Molly made it her goal to be the best and find the Men in Black and join them.

Molly applied to the FBI and the CIA only to be told there was no secret agency. Molly also hacked a NASA satellite to monitor alien activity and monitored the gossip papers for Alien Arrivals and departures so to trail the MIB to the base. Her plan worked and she walked in like she worked there only to be held for Agent O to interrogate.

Agent O is taken with Molly and agrees to a probationary period and makes her Agent M. Agent M is sent to London because there is a mole in MIB and she might be able to help find it.

Agent H (Hemsworth) and Agent High T (Neeson) were partners working on an Alien invasion by the Hive at the Eiffel Tower. After Agent H is blasted, he returns to Help Agent T defeat the Hive, an alien species that infiltrates the hosts body. Agent T is promoted to head of MIB London and Agent H becomes the MIB party animal instead of the ace agent he was before battling the Hive.

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SORRY TO BOTHER YOU review

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This Shi* is Crazy

Boots Riley’s wildly-ambitious and entertaining “Sorry to Bother You” brings us to an alternate present-day Oakland as a young, black man named Cassius ‘Cash’ Green (Lakeith Stanfield) tries to make a living for him and his girlfriend Detroit (Tessa Thompson) anyway he can.  Money is at a premium (more so than in today’s World) and jobs are very hard to come by.  His dire need to move out of his uncle’s (Terry Crews) garage confronts him with a telemarketing company that promises him the great reward of becoming a “powercaller” should he Continue reading