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To maximize the audience, a blockbuster must now federate all the « categories » (I truly hate this word) of the world population with all the skin colors, all the sexual orientations, all the religions, ... as well as women in an environment a priori reserved for men, and for men only: the men in black. It will easily please the fair sex, thanks to a time-honored recipe. Not to mention a successful Computer-Generated Imagery. The result? Dull, blank and without any soul! A typical loose consensus based on a far-fetched script: wanting to please everyone, Hollywood bores everyone. Welcome in a world devoid of inventiveness!! At the risk of appearing grumpy, the original Men in Black (1997) was infinitely more enjoyable!
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