202. Men In Black 3 (B)
203. A Bronx Tale (B-)
Men In Black 3: After the first sequel, my expectations for this installment were pretty low, but it turned out to be pretty entertaining. Josh Brolin was an inspired casting choice for the role of young Agent K, and there are also nice supporting turns from Michael Stuhlbarg and Bill Hader. It is still lesser than the original, of course, but unlike the second film, worth a rental.
A Bronx Tale: The first hour of this movie is awfully reminiscent of Goodfellas, but the second half goes off in a much more interesting direction that examines the relations between the Italian American community and the black community in the late 1960s. Unfortunately, the more interesting part is hampered by a couple of weak performances in key roles.
Home Video: 126+2