Little Fockers 2010 PG-13 CC

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Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Owen Wilson, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand return for a third hysterical blockbuster about America's funniest family.

Starring:
Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller
Runtime:
1 hour 38 minutes

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Little Fockers

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Genres Comedy
Director Paul Weitz
Starring Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller
Supporting actors Owen Wilson, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo, Jessica Alba, Laura Dern, Kevin Hart, Daisy Tahan, Colin Baiocchi, Thomas McCarthy, Harvey Keitel, Yul Vazquez, Jack Axelrod, Clent Bowers, Olga Fonda, Laksh Singh, Trula M. Marcus
Studio NBC Universal
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Customer Reviews

It was very funny and had a great storyline.
Mini
This is probably one of the worst movies I have ever seen... I did not laugh once.
RJL
Don't waste your time, see another movie that is funny.
Nev Okyay

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45 of 54 people found the following review helpful By T Boz on April 12, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
So it's been 10 years since Meet The Parents, and boy has this franchise been mined to death. For the 3rd movie, let's strip away all writing talent, all of the jokes, and hey throw out the plot while you're at it. There is absolutely no point to watching this movie, the gags are the same as 10 years ago, and most of the major players simply phone their parts in. They even had to shoehorn Hoffman and Streisand into the film, gee wonder why they're in scenes by themselves? Because they couldn't clear their schedules enough to show up for major filming. (Valentine's Day ring a bell anyone?)

Anyway, avoid this like the plague.
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57 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Miller VINE VOICE on March 31, 2011
Format: DVD
The third film in the Meet the Parents series takes place five years after the last outing and reunites the original cast, while adding some new characters and expanding previously smaller roles. Not only has original director Jay Roach been replaced by Paul Weitz, a sign of trouble to be sure but you know a series is in trouble when it has to introduce children into the mix...Writers tend to introduce children in order to expand their story when that story has run its course. Despite the title, the children don't play too big of a role in the movie and are pawns of the script used to create a reason for these characters to reunite a final time. I enjoyed the first two films in the series and I admit that I went into this thinking it was unnecessary but despite these reservations, I watched the movie with an open mind expecting a mediocre comedy that would entertain me for 90 minutes. While I wouldn't call this movie "boring," I was not prepared for just how mediocre it actually was.

Greg (Ben Stiller) and his wife Pam (Teri Polo) are now the parents of five-year-old twins, Henry and Samantha. Greg, in addition to being a male nurse, has taken a job moonlighting for a drug company after meeting the drug representative Andi Garcia (Jessica Alba). The drug is Sustengo, a drug like Viagra that is safe for patients with heart problems. It is pretty obvious where this is going to lead. Jack Byrnes (Robert De Niro) has recently become interested in tracing the genealogy of the Byrnes family and has still has not completely warmed up to Greg. Jack has developed heart problems and does his best to keep his wife Dina (Blythe Danner) and others in the dark about the severity, while simultaneously growing worried about who he'll appoint to lead the Byrnes family after his demise.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By s. springer on April 26, 2011
Format: DVD
awful do not waste your time or money, probably the worst movie I have seen in a long time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By W. Easley VINE VOICE on October 24, 2011
Format: DVD
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Little Folkers is a superb film. A little critique can reveal its brilliance.

First, If you enjoy slapstick, you will adore this film. You will see creative "pie in the face" comedy (in this case using puke), people tripping, people falling into pits, people wrestling and bopping one another. This is the "three stooges" reincarnated.

Second, I enjoy the study of child psychology. In Little Folkers the children rule. The five year old son intimidates his father with projectile vomiting - on cue. The five year old daughter rules her father with silence and regularity outsmarts both her father and grandfather. The grandfather is the biggest child by far. Jack loves playing spy so he follows people, sets traps for people and tattles on them. Like many kids he ingests pills from the parents medical supplies and suffers hilarious effects. Each child is comical, but most important from a psychological point of view - the kids are in charge.

Third, I sometimes suffer from insomnia and nothing much helps (warm milk, hot toddy, reading a textbook - all useless to me). But Little Folkers is a true cure.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kristy on May 22, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie was nothing like the first two movies.....it was not funny at all....I rented it from the redbox so I am glad I only wasted $1
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Nev Okyay on May 30, 2011
Format: DVD
The first two were funny, this one is not. This movie is not funny, and the plot is lame. Don't waste your time, see another movie that is funny.
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22 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Ed Uyeshima HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 22, 2011
Format: DVD
From a storytelling standpoint, this is one lazy film, a dismal studio-manufactured concoction that I hope signals the end of the "Fockers" franchise for good (although judging from the ending, it's not very likely). Coming six years after the mega-successful Meet the Fockers, this apparent 2010 comedy is bereft of any real laughs. Director Paul Weitz (About a Boy) has taken over the reins from Jay Roach, and even with the married-with-children angle, the endless shenanigans pile up in a toothless screenplay by John Hamburg and Larry Stuckey without really adding up to much of anything that hasn't already been done in the previous films. All the stars of the last movie are presented and accounted for although barely in a couple of cases, and a few new ones are added this time around. What prevents me from rating this movie one star is simply that it doesn't offend me more than it acts like a 98-minute sedative.

Instead of building the comedy on the angst of meeting someone new as in the first two movies, the plot focuses on Greg and Pam well into their marriage and dealing with the challenges of raising their five-year-old twins, Samantha and Henry - in particular, the need for extra money to finance a major renovation of their dream home and fund the kids' admission to an exclusive private school. At the same time, Jack suffers a heart attack and is focused strictly on his legacy. After being disappointed by another son-in-law who recently split from his daughter, he decides to anoint Greg as the "Godfocker" to uphold the sacred honor of the Byrnes family lineage.
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