That looked cool! Almost as impressive as the giant subway worm (Jeff) sequence in MIB2. The humour and the weird concepts for aliens (Ballchinian ) are the strengths of these films. The plots have to be improved no question but I'm sure they know what was the problem before. At least I hope they do.
I think it's something new finally, both the first two were really similar, this seems more like a mystery with a time travel element, a promise of more gunplay and alien invasion wrapped up in the same humour that made 1+2 really fun movies. The creative concepts for the aliens and those circular bikes (I want one) look cool as hell.
Haha, I kinda meant "Oh Lord" in a bad way, because I typically hate time-travel in movies, but this might be poking fun at the whole idea, so it could be amusing. It looks fairly amusing on the trailer, but I'm not sure i would like it stretched out for an hour and a half. heh.
"They were perfect men of faith, and this ... is a terrible thing to be." ~Sam Harris
Read some notes by the director and it is going to be complicated. There's going to be tesseracts and a couple of other 4-polytopes used in the explanation and employment of the time travel. The ending will depending upon an aggregation of multiple time lines being realized simultaneously inside of a subordinate (counter intuitively) timeline. So I can already tell they made it too complicated for most.
I like Smith, he's a bit brash and confident but show me an actor who isn't. I think he's done well to be able to do both serious and comedic films; out of the ones that I've seen I like him in, ID, both MIB films and Enemy of the State. Bad Boys (1) as well.
I'm not sure he convinces me as an action star even though I like Bad Boys, he doesn't have the range to feel like a real threat but he can do mild stuff I guess. Comedies and drama with mild action is what he's best at.