A Columbia Pictures Movie
Who’s in it?
Will Smith (Agent J)
Tommy Lee Jones (Agent K)
Josh Brolin (Young Agent K)
Jemaine Clement (Boris the Animal)
Emma Thompson (Agent O)
Michael Stuhlbarg (Griffin)
What’s it about?
Veteran Agent J must travel back in time
to MIB’s early years in 1969, to stop an
alien criminal from assassinating the young
Agent K, altering the timeline, changing
history and putting the Earth in danger.
What did we like?
We liked that most of the movie was set
in the 1960’s and that the costumes and
sets really reflected that time period. We
thought the movie was very funny and had
a lot of action. We liked the young Agent K
and other new characters. The movie had
awesome special effects.
What didn’t we like?
We didn’t like that Tommy Lee Jones
wasn’t in most of the movie and that there
were characters from the first 2 movies
that weren’t in this one. We also felt that
the plot was a little confusing at times and
that some of the aliens were too ugly and
scary to be in a comedy.
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Walk-a-Thons Can Help Any Cause
Many non-profits and charitable organizations use fundraising events to raise money for their cause. One of the most common types of fundraiser is a “Walk-a-Thon”. A walk-a-thon is a walking marathon or sponsored walk in which participants raise money by collecting donations or pledges for walking a predetermined distance or course.
Walk-a-thons are a good type of fundraiser because they encourage people to get active, and you don’t need to be a professional athlete to participate in a one. They are a great opportunity to meet new people, get some fresh air, and see your community from a new perspective. Because you get people to sponsor you to help you reach your personal fundraising goal, you are often not required to pay a fee to participate, or sell anything.
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Over the years, walk-a-thons have supported many great causes, and have expanded around the world. If you want to support a good cause (or have one of your own!) and meet new people, lace up those shoes and hit the road!
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