Wednesday 01 April 1998
You've sung along to the single, watched the film; now win the video. When it was released last summer, Men In Black kicked intergalactic butt at the UK box-office, raking in pounds 7.1 million over the course of its opening weekend. Already riding high in the video rental charts, the exploits of Agents J and K look set to dominate small screens for some time to come with the retail release of Men In Black next Wednesday (8 April). One of the most appealing of last year's blockbuster's, the film follows Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith, the eponymous suits, as they monitor alien immigrants on earth for a secret US government agency.
In conjunction with Columbia Tristar Home Video, The Independent has ten copies of Men In Black (rrp pounds 15.99) to give away to its readers. To enter, send a postcard with name and address to Men In Black/Independent Offer, P.O. Box 2303, London W1A 1PX by Wednesday 8 April.
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