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3 things I noticed after watching Aladdin (2019) the second time

During this quarantine period, I’ve been rewatching a lot of my old favorites on Disney Plus. I came across Aladdin, the live-action version, several times and skipped over it because I’d been there done that, wrote a whole post regarding the downfalls of remade and revamped movies because of it.

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Bad Boys For Life introduces legacy to the franchise | movie review

Bad Boys For Life starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in their unforgettable roles as Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett was a movie that provided a wide range of emotions throughout the film, and because of that, it is definitely a movie to see.

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Gemini Man (review)

Henry is retiring after 72 assassinations. He was working for the government as an assassin after years in the armed forces. On the day of his retirement, he is contracted to terminate an assumed terrorist. Unfortunately for Henry, the target was a biologist that worked with the Gemini program.

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Review: Men in Black: International (2019)

The fourth installment of the MIB franchise was what I expected it to be. It had a few nostalgic throwbacks, including the worms walking around MIB headquarters. It had a lot of action scenes shooting guns and riding space odyssey motorcycles. I was fond of subtle comedy moments, like when Agent H (Christ Hemsworth) was bitten by a three-headed snake and offered the enemy anything she wanted in return for the antidote. We cut to them in bed the next day… and she had tentacles so you get the drift of what happened.

The alien antagonists in the movie were played by Laurent Bourgeois and Larry Bourgeois. I’m sure they have decorated careers but I recognized them from their work with Beyonce. They had a special power that allowed them to manipulate objects. So that was a little surprise and of course, they had a dancing scene because aliens love a beat too!

Spoilers ahead

I’ll just give you the gist. The story surrounded a bright-eyed newbie (Agent M) and her semi-veteran cocky partner (Agent H) solving a mystery after a very important alien gets killed by the dancing twins at a club.

As a child, Agent M (Molly) escapes neuralization when an alien hides from the MIB in her garbage can.

I believe they called the alien a Teranchan.

This sends her on a mission to join the MIB in a movie montage until she finds out the address to the organization and shows up dressed as an agent.

Eventually, she links up with Agent H who hasn’t been the same since a run in with the big bad Hive 3 years prior. They go on a routine night out with a royal alien named Vungus the Ugly, but he gets killed by the dancing alien twins.

Turns out they were looking for a crystal, which Vungus entrusts to Agent M while he’s dying because he feels Agent H has changed. Vungus tells Agent M there is a mole in MIB and now she has to figure out who. Agent M shares this information with Agent H and together they try to find out who.

At first, it seems like the mole is Agent C because he is just too annoying not to be involved. But, later it’s proven that he’s actually just a stickler for the rules and takes his job very seriously.

Agent H and M figure out that the crystal given to them by Vungus is the most powerful weapon in the universe and it was created to be used on the Hive which is why the alien twins are trying to steal it. But, Riza, Agent H’s ex-girlfriend, has a henchman (an alien disguised as a beard) steal it first so they have to go to her hideout and get it.

Side note: Apparently in the past, Agent H was originally meant to infiltrate Riza’s ranks and take her down, but he fell in love with her so things got confusing. So his first encounter with her since then is when he arrives to try to recover the crystal.

They end up getting the crystal back because the teranchan alien that met agent M as a child turns out to be one of Riza’s lieutenants and he does her a solid.

Agent M and H get approached by the alien twins again, but they are blasted to kingdom come by Hight T (Agent H’s previous partner and current Chief of the International division of MIB).

How did he know they were there?

Later, while Agent M and H are being celebrated, High T disappears and Agent C helps them realize High T is the mole.

Plot twist, High T neuralized Agent H to hide his identity and to hide the fact that the Hive was never defeated 3 years prior. In fact, High T is a member of the Hive and means to bring them to earth.

Agent M and H save the day and all is well. Agent H becomes MIB’s London branch chief and they live happily ever after.

We also find Agent J during the end-credit scene. So there will probably be a sequel.


As I mentioned before, MIB was a good movie to watch. It had a lot of action sequences, funny moments, and a story you could follow without a lot of thought. I’d recommend this movie if you are looking for an easy going film that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Gemini Man (2019) – trailer review

I’m actually interested. I saw the partial trailer on Instagram and it cut off halfway through. My immediate thought was, “Okay, so is this like Looper”?

You might remember the Bruce Willis film about time travel with Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing the younger Bruce Willis character. It came out in 2012.


I watched the full trailer in complete silence, I realized Gemini Man is not Looper. Instead of being about time travel, it’s seems to be about clones and science!

I’m interested in seeing how the visual effects come out in the final version. I’m also intrigued to see Will Smith act against himself. I mean he did an amazing job acting against no one in I Am Legend so I have high hopes!

Trailer below:

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