A far better concept than the previous sequel, but ultimately not as fun as the first. Brolin is a fantastic choice to play a young Jones, but the movie is just too full of rushed CGI and poorly executed jokes - the psychic alien was a funny character, though (a young Robin Williams was likely an inspiration).
Not as good as the first, but much better than the second. All around, a pretty entertaining movie: it's fast-paced, the cast is great (Jemaine Clement, in particularly, is a surprisingly good villain), the special effects are appropriately dazzling, Danny Elfman's score is solid, and there are a number of clever weird moments, including a nice twist ending. Not a great film, but a fun time.
Probably the least funny entry in the series, but also perhaps the most satisfying storytelling-wise. A love interest character is replaced entirely by the bromance of K and J, and it's a better film for it.
Never in 10 million year would I have thought of casting Jemaine as the bad guy, and look how well he did. I think the main attraction was Brolin's Tommy Lee Jones impression. They threw in some decent jokes, so overall it was pretty good.
Really not a terrible movie. Surprisingly quite enjoyable and a lot to fun to watch. Josh Brolin does a great job as a young K and there's a level of self-consciousness to the material. Its really everything I want out of a third installment of a series.
If this was the second installment in the franchise, maybe it wouldn't have taken so long to get a third. I loved the first one and this is, finally, a proper sequel. Mindless, sure, but I laughed a lot and I enjoy spending time with Agent K and J. Welcome back, guys. I've missed you.