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One of the most popular movies of all time, Ghostbusters is certainly one that Men In Black fans would enjoy watching. This film has everything going for it, from a team that works together but also has some great banter, amazing special effects, huge creatures, and lots of action. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld. With Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Rip Torn, Lara Flynn Boyle. Agent Jay is sent to find Agent Kay and restore his memory after the re-appearance of a case from Kay's past.

Title Men in Black
Year 1997
Director Barry Sonnenfeld
Genre Comedy, Adventure, Family
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Plot – Agent K is at the service of a powerful unofficial government agency. He deals with everything related to immigration and he controls the activity of everything that is extraterrestrial on Earth. He works in secret and he always wears black. There is a lot to do and the organization decides to help K. Some young people in the NYPD are put through a variety of aptitude tests. James Edwards, called J, is chosen. At the beginning, he doesn’t understand what the work consists of, but then he realizes that the Earth is infested by a hidden trade of aliens, a danger for humankind. The inquiries into the mysterious deaths of several of these aliens lead K and J to the laboratory of Dr. Laurel Weaver, who discovers strange things thanks to the autopsy on the bodies.
All actors – Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Linda Fiorentino, Vincent D'Onofrio, Rip Torn, Tony Shalhoub, Siobhan Fallon Hogan, Mike Nussbaum, Jon Gries, Sergio Calderón, Carel Struycken, Fredric Lehne, Richard Hamilton, Kent Faulcon, John Alexander, Keith Campbell, Ken Thorley, Patrick Breen, Becky Ann Baker, Sean Whalen, Harsh Nayyar, Michael Willis, Willie C. Carpenter, Peter Linari, David Cross, Charles C. Stevenson Jr., Boris Leskin, Steve Rankin, Andy Prosky, Michael Goldfinger, Alpheus Merchant, Norma Jean Groh, Bernard Gilkey, Sean Plummer, Michael Kaliski, Richard Arthur, Debbie Lee Carrington, Verne Troyer, Mykal Wayne Williams, Tim Blaney, Mark Setrakian, Brad Abrell, Thom Fountain, Carl J. Johnson, Drew Massey, , Christina Benitan, Sean Bunch, Tom Bysiek, Lowell Cunningham, John Darrah, Danny DeVito, John Elsen, Newt Gingrich, Karen Lynn Gorney, Lee Harris, Adrian Lee, George Lucas, Marshall Dancing Elk Lucas, Isaac Mizrahi, Fred Newman, Stephanie Paliferro, Joe Paparone, Anthony Robbins, Al Roker, Eliot Sash, Marshal Silverman, Barry Sonnenfeld, Chloe Sonnenfeld, Steven Spielberg, Robert Stahoviak, Sylvester Stallone, Dionne Warwick

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  • “- Kay: We do not discharge our weapons in view of the public!
    - Jay: We ain't got time for this cover-up bullshit! I don't know whether or not you've forgotten, but there's an Arquillian Battle Cruiser that's about to...
    - Kay: There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe...” (continue)
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    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “You'll dress only in attire specially sanctioned by MiB special services. You'll conform to the identity we give you, eat where we tell you, live where we tell you. From now on you'll have no identifying marks of any kind. You'll not stand out in any way. Your entire image is crafted to leave no lasting memory with anyone you encounter.”Rip Torn - Zed
  • “You idiots! You don't get it - I've won! It's over! You're milksuckers! You don't matter! In fact, in just a few seconds you won't even be matter!”Vincent D'Onofrio - Bug
  • “You know what the difference is between you and me? I make this look good.”Will Smith - Jay
  • “- Kay: Arquillian battle rules, kid. First we get an ultimatum, then a warning shot, then we have a galactic standard week to respond.
    - Jay: A galactic standard week? How the hell long is that?
    - Kay: One hour.”

    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • - Frank the Pug: The galaxy is here!
    - Kay: What do you mean 'here'?
    - Jay: Galaxy's millions of stars and planets. How's it here?
    - Frank the Pug: You humans! When will you learn size doesn't matter? Just because something's important, doesn't mean it's not very small.

    - Frank the Pug
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “- Jay: What's the catch?
    - Kay: The catch is you will sever every human contact. Nobody will ever know you exist anywhere. Ever. I'll give you to sunrise to think it over.
    - Jay: Is it worth it?
    - Kay: Oh yeah, it's worth it... if you're strong enough!”
    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Jay: Did you ever flashy-thing me?
    - Kay: No.
    - Jay: I ain't playing with you, K. Did you ever flashy-thing me?
    - Kay: No.”
    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Bug: Place your projectile weapon on the ground.
    - Edgar: You can have my gun, when you pry it from my cold dead fingers.
    - Bug: Your proposal is acceptable.”

    Vincent D'Onofrio - Bug
    Vincent D'Onofrio - Edgar
  • “Imagine a giant cockroach, with unlimited strength, a massive inferiority complex, and a real short temper, is tear-assing around Manhattan island in a brand new Edgar suit. That sound like fun?”Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Kay: We are the best kept secret in the galaxy. We monitor, licence and police all alien activity on the Earth. We're your first, last, and only line of defense. We live in secret, we exist in shadow.
    - Jay: And we dress in black.”

    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “Fifteen hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew that the Earth was flat. And fifteen minutesago, you knew that humans were alone on this planet. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow.”Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Kay: They're beautiful, aren't they?
    - Jay: What?
    - Kay: The stars.
    - Jay: Kay, you're frightening your partner...
    - Kay: I haven't been looking for a partner. I've been looking for a replacement.
    - Jay: I can not do this by myself, all right?”
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “- Jay: We don't like bugs?
    - Kay: Bugs thrive on carnage, Tiger. They consume, infest, destroy, live off the death and destruction of other species.”
    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Jay: Why the big secret? People are smart. They can handle it.
    - Kay: A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.”

    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “I've just been down the gullet of an interstellar cockroach. That's one of a hundred memories I don't want.”Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Bug: I've noticed an infestation here. Everywhere I look, in fact. Nothing but undeveloped, unevolved, barely conscious pond scum, totally convinced of their own superiority as they scurry about their short, pointless lives.
    - Zap-Em Man: Well, don't you want to get rid of them?
    - Bug: In the worst way.”
    Vincent D'Onofrio - Bug
    - Zap-Em Man
  • You don't exist; you were never even born. Anonymity is your name. Silence your native tongue. You're no longer part of the System. You're above the System. Over it. Beyond it. We're 'Them'. We're 'They'. We are the Men in Black.Rip Torn - Zed
  • “- Kay: Searching for a handle on the moment? I can't help you. The only comfort I can offer... is my promise that tomorrow morning you won't remember a thing.
    - Jay: That's not exactly some shit you just forget.”
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “- Kay: Not bad for your second day of work, is it?
    - Jay: This definitely rates about a 9.0 on my weird-shit-o-meter.
    - Kay: You should've been here for the Zeronian migration in 1968.”

    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
    Will Smith - Jay
  • “- Jay: You do know Elvis is dead, right?
    - Kay: No, Elvis is not dead, he just went home.”
    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “- Jay: You know what they say. It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
    - Kay: Try it.”

    Will Smith - Jay
    Tommy Lee Jones - Kay
  • “Gentlemen, congratulations. You're everything we've come to expect from years of government training. Now please step this way, as we provide you with our final test: an eye exam...”Rip Torn - Zed
  • “- Laurel Weaver: You don't want to eat me. I'm a very important person on my planet. Like a queen, a goddess even. There are those who worship me. I'm not saying this to impress you, I'm just warning you it could start a war.
    - Edgar: War? Good. That means more food for my family. All 78 million of them. That's a lot of mouths to feed, Highness.”
    - Laurel Weaver
    Vincent D'Onofrio - Edgar
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Tommy Lee Jones, never more serious, unsmiling and businesslike, stars as K, the veteran agent of Division 6, whose members dress, as William Morris agents used to, in black suits and black ties. The agency is headed by Zed (Rip Torn), who grows alarmed at the latest threat to Earth's sovereignty and assigns K a young assistant code-named J (Will Smith).

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Their biggest problem materializes when a flying saucer strikes the truck of a hillbilly named Edgar (Vincent D'Onofrio) and the alien inside occupies his body, none too comfortably. Imagine Orson Welles in a suit of armor and you will have a rough approximation of how easily the Edgar-alien inhabits his skin.

The running gag in the movie is that almost anyone could be an alien; the film begins on the Mexican border, where Jones takes charge of a group of lawmen who have nabbed some illegal aliens and picks out the one who is really an alien: a fantastical, blobby bug-eyed monster with a realistic human face mask.

The special effects are by Industrial Light and Magic, and the aliens are by Rick Baker, perhaps Hollywood's greatest creator of monsters. Here he goes hog wild. Instead of being asked to create one alien race, he's been assigned to create a galaxyful, and every one is a new surprise. There were times I thought we were seeing the new seven dwarfs: Slimy, Gooey, Icky, Creepy, Sticky, Barfy and Pox.

The plot (if there can be said to be one, and if I understood it) involves a scheme by 'Edgar' to somehow use a captured galaxy to conquer Earth.

Although aliens would presumably be more advanced than we laggards on Earth, many of these aliens seem to have advanced only to the approximate level of the Three Stooges and are vanquished by a series of bizarre weapons employed by J and K (you may have seen the previews: 'Any idea how to use this?' 'None whatsoever.').

Linda Fiorentino, still looking for the right role to follow her triumph in 'The Last Seduction,' hasn't found it here - but her hard-bitten coroner will do nicely as an intermediate step.

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