Ever since she was young, Molly has wanted to be a Men in Black agent.
She's wanted to capture bad aliens, world peace and – of course – wear those hip-looking black sunglasses.
Everyone tells her the organization doesn’t exist, but she knows better. She saw an alien as a young girl. She even watched two Men in Black agents try and capture it.
She knowsshe would be a good addition to the agency. That is, if she could find it.
The film Men In Black: International (PG-13) opens this weekend, telling the story of Molly (Tessa Thompson) as she becomes Agent M and partners with Agent H (Chris Hemsworth) to find the bad guys.
It is the fourth film in the Men in Black franchise and includes a new twist: a mole has infiltrated the organization.
The movie follows Agents M and H as they look for the mole while also trying to keep the world’s most powerful weapon – a mega laser blaster – out of the hands of two evil aliens. Along the way, they use so-called neuralyzers to erase the memory of humans who see aliens.
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