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First off, this movie is politically correct (you've been warned). For example, there's a spiel about "people in black" (you mean like "girl power", or is that different?). There's plenty of the usual "reverse sexism" (but let's just call it sexism for what it is). Hemsworth seems big on these type of movies.
Ok, this is the second "girl power" movie from Sony (after their Ghostbusters that the mainstream media loved but nobody else did). This time around, not even the media like this movie, despite the movie being politically correct.
The real issue is that the movie is too focussed on trying to be the first MiB, but failing because its too politically correct and too focussed on sfx, so, the actors take second fiddle to social agendas and green screens.
Sadly, despite solid acting chops from Hemsworth, Neeson and Emma Thompson, their performances are mediocre and the leading actress (Tessa Thompson) just doesn't have the chops to carry a movie like this (she's no Will Smith).
Summary: Not suitable for my children to watch (due to inconsistent and heavy focus on sex politics). Not worth watching because of the mediocre performances all around.
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