David Jurmann’s review published on Letterboxd:
Men in Black: International is unfortunately one of the least interesting and creative blockbusters I've seen in a long time. The film seemed like it had the intention of revitalizing the MIB franchise and wanted to offer a very different and unique entry that would seperate itself from the other installments. But somehow, despite great creative talents involved, Sony managed to produce a film that felt like it was torn apart and put back together again until it lost anything that resembled a voice. I couldn't find a single ounce of creativity and effort from anyone besides the VFX artists and cast, which is such a shame because this franchise has so much to offer, and the magic the first film had is nowhere to be found here. As a big Men in Black fan, I couldn't be more disappointed.