Top Ten Plot Holes In the Men In Black Film FranchisePositronWildhawk I've always loved the Men in Black films, but I must admit that there are a number of plot holes.
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This is an example of Bootstrap Paradox. It's a common time paradox. For explanation you can visit my list,
"Top Ten Scientific and Philosophical Paradoxes". - Kiteretsunu
Think about it. In the third film, they have an alien prison on the moon that has been in operation since long before the second film. The intention behind that was to seal anything potentially harmful away from Earth. Thinking what I'm thinking? - PositronWildhawk
Actually they did know about it.
It seems somewhat bizarre that an organisation for interstellar security has a more domestic security problem. - PositronWildhawk
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2. In the third film, time travel is shown to be possible. If this is so, why could it not have been used in the last two films, or used to travel to a point in time where, in Boris' case, killing Kay, or in Jay's case, saving him, was easier?
3. In the third film, Kay's objective in the climax is to attach the ArcNet to Apollo 11 in order to shield Earth from the Broglodites. In which case, would it not be easier to ask NASA to put it there instead of bypassing the guards and climbing the rocket?