Look at your hands. Got any extra fingers?
Check your head. See any antennae?
Now turn around. If you don't see a tail or wings or any weird body parts, then chances are you're not an alien and the Men in Black aren't watching your every move. One of the running gags in the Men in Black movies is that most aliens living within our society completely undetected (Lady Gaga, Howard Stern, all supermodels). Other aliens, like Boris the Monster (played by Jemaine Clement), are so criminally insane they have to be incarcerated in a special prison on the moon. Unfortunately for secret Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones), Boris the Monster breaks out of jail, with the help of his girlfriend, and returns to Earth to get his revenge on the agent who shot off his arm. Agent J wants to know what happened back in the day, but nobody will tell him anything. Agent K ain't talkin' ("Don't ask questions you don't want to know the answer to."). The boss Agent O (played by Emma Thompson) says the case is "classified." To get the answers he needs, Agent J must travel back in time to 1969, where he has 19 hours to find a young Agent K (played perfectly by Josh Brolin) and convince him that the only way to save the future of mankind is to kill (not arrest) Boris the Monster.
I was a little skeptical about going to see Men in Black III. The first Men in Black movie came out ages ago (1997, to be exact). Usually movie sequels are not as good as the originals (The Matrix Reloaded and those last Shrek movies come to mind). After all, how many times can you watch Men in Black battle aliens with space guns? However, this film turned out to be pretty good. I thought the idea of going back in time to see Agent K in his younger, less crankier, days was a clever twist. As always Will Smith adds his trademark charm and wise-cracking humor. And I thought Griffin, an extraterrestrial unicorn (Michael Stuhlbarg) who can foresee variations of the future, was an interesting character. Of course, there's plenty of nasty, slimy aliens for fans who like that sort of thing (Boris the Monster has some particularly unpleasant parts of his anatomy). I'd say that the third installment of Men in Black is surprisingly entertaining and worth a look, especially for sci-fi fans.
Will Smith has more talents than just hunting aliens. He also wrote a book for children called Just the Two of Us
(see link below).