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MEN IN BLACK
(1998)
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J: Will Smith,
K: Tommy Lee Jones,
Laurel : Linda Fiorentino,  
Zed : Rip Torn.

Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.
Written by Ed Solomon.
Running time: 98 minutes.
Rated PG-13 (for language and sci-fi violence).

THIS REVIEW WAS REMOVED.

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ABOUT MEN IN BLACK
Subject: Men In Black
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2001
From: Cathy

My daughter first introduced me to Men in Black and the spiritual insights were so blatant to me that I've shared them several times but have found no other person who could see the spiritual until I told them about it.

Think of it -- Men in Black -- Think Johnny Cash after his conversion -- he began to wear black -- think of priests and nuns who wear black -- Anyway these Men in Black are really spiritual people. They see what average people do not see. They see the warfare between the aliens (demons) and others whose lives they influence.

BUT, the weapons of our warfare are not carnal (nor are the weapons the Men in Black use regular earthly weapons) but they are mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.

Sometimes people become aware that something has taken place but it wears off after the incident as if some Man in Black has taken away their memory of the event through his special flasher. Then they go about their lives oblivious to the spiritual warfare surrounding them.

Even at the end when we realize the cat is wearing a universe around her neck and the spiritual beings recognize that ours is but a small world within a larger universe.

The demons come disguised also -- Some humans think they are just other humans but they are not. Anyway -- what do you think of my analogy? Thanks for the response.
God bless you in your ministry Cathy Bayert

Response: Sure. I like it. Why not! -David