Men in Black 3

Synopsis: After breaking out of a moon-based maximum security prison, Boris the Animal decides to go back in time and eliminate the person who arrested him - Agent K. When he does so, Agent J realizes that the time line has been changed and he too travels back to July 15, 1969, the day before Agent K is killed. After overcoming some disbelief, J manages to convince young K and others of just who he is and why he's there. With the help of a being who can see all time lines, they track Boris down. J also learns a secret, something old K had never told him.
Director(s): Barry Sonnenfeld
Production: Sony Pictures
  1 win & 13 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min





Well, well,

Boris the Animal has a visitor.

I guess one every 40 years is okay.


It's a cake.

I decide what it is.

Looks like some kind of cake.

She's clean.

Well, not clean, but you know...


Oh, God.

Boris the Animal...

you've got a visitor.


It's just Boris.

Your letters have been

a soul-nourishing


And you are much more

unconventionally handsome

than your photos.



This ain't a conjugal visit.

So quit your conjugating.

When's the last time

you conjugated anything?

I see you've brought me a treat,


Would you mind cutting this up

for us? It's a special day.

I'm a romantic like that.

Oh, I wouldn't do that.

Why's that?

It'll ruin your figure.





You complete me.



The big one.

Boris! You promised

to take me with you!

We had a deal!

Obadiah Price.

Yes. I did make you

a promise.




Wait. I smell something.

You can't win, Boris.


Let's agree to disagree.

There's too many of us.

Rather hot in here.

Mind if I open a window?



Sorry, darling.

We did love the cake.


Let's rewrite history, shall we, K?


Good afternoon.

Please give your attention

to my associate, Agent J.

He's going to demonstrate

an electro-biomechanical,


zero-synapse repositioner.

We call it the neuralyzer.

- Keep it simple, slick.

- Thanks a lot.

Thank you, Agent K.

Uh, ladies and gentlemen,

if you will look right here.

You know how you're on a plane and

you're asked to turn your phone off?

You're like, "I ain't turning it off.

Has nothing to do with a plane."

Well, this is what we get.

That's what happens.

It gets up there, bounces around

on the satellites and blam!

Just turn your damn phone off.

Now you're gonna drive off a cliff

tonight because your GPS don't work.

Check the composition of the

fuel units and surface deposits.

I wanna know who was driving.

Yes, sir.

- What are you gonna say tonight?

- Ah, don't worry.

No, I'm very worried.

This is important.

- I'm hungry. You hungry?

- K.

Seriously, I'm not

even sure that's meat.

I think I just saw a tooth in

that thing, or a claw, or a hoof.

Thanks, Manny.

That does not belong in a pita,

it belongs in a casket.

What would go good with this

would be silence.

See, here's the problem.

You can't smell it

because your nose already

smells like that, but my nose doesn't.

Silence goes good with a lot of things.

Ever try or is talking how you breathe?

Just say you hate me.

Don't take it out on the car.

Let me enjoy this.

Whoa, enjoyment. Ha, ha.

So that's what enjoyment looks like

on that face. I like that emotion.

I keep emotion out of it.

Out of what, K? Life?

You don't wanna run it by me?

- Let me know what you'll say?

- Don't worry.

Oh, no, I'm worried.

Very worried.

It's the man's eulogy.

You have to show some feeling.

That thing people do when they

change their facial expression?

I worked with Zed for 40 years.

A hell of an agent.

And I have written

a hell of a speech for him.

People will be moved.




# Amazing grace #



# Was blind but now #

# I see # #


And now a few words from Agent K.

I worked with Zed for over 40 years,

and in all that time

he never invited me to dinner.

He never asked me to his house

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Etan Cohen

Etan Cohen (born March 14, 1974) is an Israeli-American screenwriter and film director. He is best known for writing the scripts to Tropic Thunder, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa and Men in Black 3. more…

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