Darren Carver-Balsiger’s review published on Letterboxd:
Men in Black: International is the worst Men in Black film, easily. However it starts off somewhat okay and only really drops off in the final act. It feels like there's been studio fuckery, even if it's well disguised, because everything just wraps up too quickly and easily. The villain is obvious and the plot is contrived in a thousand ways. There's no reason this should be respected. Yet, through it all, Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth are likeable protagonists with good chemistry. The film is light and fun, perfectly disposable and nothing more. Whilst Men in Black: International doesn't add much of interest to the franchise, it's a fairly innocuous film that passes by easily and barely leaves an impression, negative or otherwise.