Little Fockers (2010)

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AUDIENCE SCORE

Critic Consensus: As star-studded as it is heartbreakingly lazy, Little Fockers takes the top-grossing trilogy to embarrassing new lows.


Movie Info

A birthday party for the twins gives Greg an opportunity to redeem himself after he takes a job that raises the suspicions of his overbearing father-in-law, Jack (Robert De Niro), in this installment of the hit comedy series. Greg (Ben Stiller) and Pam (Teri Polo) have been together for ten years, and now they're the proud parents of two adorable twins. But money is tight, and in order to keep his family afloat, devoted nurse Greg takes a second job working for a drug company. But that … More

Rating: PG-13 (for mature sexual humor throughout, language and some drug content)
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: John Hamburg, Larry Stuckey
In Theaters:
On DVD: Apr 5, 2011
Box Office: $148.4M
Runtime:
Universal Pictures - Official Site

Cast


as Jack Byrnes

as Greg Focker

as Kevin Rawley

as Dina Byrnes

as Pam Focker

as Andi Garcia

as Prudence

as Henry Focker

as Samantha Focker

as Bernie Focker

as Nurse Louis

as Roz Focker

as Randy Weir

as Dr. Bob

as Junior

as Chappy

as Mr. Androvsky

as Svetlana

as Dr. Patel

as Stage Producer

as Sleazy Doctor

as EHS Tough Kid

as Young Doctor

as Doctor

as Kristen

as Newspaper Vendor

as Climbing Kid

as Climbing Kid

as Climbing Kid

as Climbing Kid

as Climbing Kid

as Party Kid

as Party Kid

as Party Kid

as Party Kid

as Party Kid

as Caricature Artist

as Fire Pit Child

as Bounce House Kid

as Bounce House Kid

as Party Parent

as Party Parent

as Party Parent

as Party Parent

as Party Parent

as Ballpit Kid

as Art Teacher

as Anatomy Professor

as Carmencita

as Party Monk

as Man on Subway

as Flamenco Dancer

as Flamenco Dancer

as Flamenco Dancer

as Flamenco Dancer

as Flamenco Dancer

as Flamenco Dancer
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Critic Reviews for Little Fockers

All Critics (146) | Top Critics (33)

Families will flock to the holiday release with gusto, but it's up for debate whether 100 minutes with the Focker and Byrnes families is worse than quality time with your own dysfunctional clan.

Full Review… | August 15, 2013
The Playlist

The whole enterprise is tired and exhausted and indifferent; even the title is irrelevant and dissembling.

Full Review… | June 22, 2013
Deadspin

"Little Fockers" is merely a forgettable romp with these worn out characters.

Full Review… | September 22, 2012
Examiner.com

Not up to the high standards set by the first two films, but without a doubt a funny and diverting holiday comedy.

Full Review… | September 1, 2011
The National

When you're easily outshined by any given episode of Rules of Engagement or Two and a Half Men that means there's a problem.

Full Review… | April 4, 2011
Movies.com

Utterly formulaic but not unfunny, despite an overreliance on the comedy of below-the-belt pain (prostates and erections are particularly abused).

Full Review… | March 25, 2011
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

Audience Reviews for Little Fockers

Mediocre third film, Little Fockers really could have been a fun, entertaining movie, but it uses recycled ideas from the two previous movies, and though at times I did laugh, there weren't enough good on-screen jokes to make this a standout comedy worth seeing. The film suffers from a lacking script which just makes the film tedious, and unmemorable. The first two films were great, but with this film the material just doesn't deliver. The humor is predictable, and it's overdone. What they could have done here was keep some of the familiar ground they've established and write new intelligent jokes, instead of exclusively using the old ones. The film just lacks in terms of good story, and everyone involved seems to go through the motions as if they don't care how it ends. Well, Little Fockers ends up being a tiresome film, one that just doesn't deliver anything really funny. Sure, there are a few laughs here and there, but it's not consistent enough to really make this a watchable film. Stick with Meet the Parents instead, it was the best of the trilogy and is still very funny after all these years. Little Fockers is the same old gag and it has become predictable to the point where it's just another comedy sequel that simply doesn't know how to conclude a good trilogy. Little Fockers isn't awful, but it's not good either, it's a mediocre movie, one that that tries too hard at outdoing the first two, and it just doesn't have enough good elements to make this a funny, entertaining comedy. Not awful, but forgettable, Little Fockers should have been much better than this.

TheDudeLebowski65
Alex roy

Super Reviewer

½

Had a couple of laughs but not worth ten dollars. It is hard to believe that Meet the Parents ended up like this. My advice: watch the first and if your curious then the second. The third is a horrible let down.

Nikhil N.
Nikhil Nandu

Super Reviewer

½

Painful third installment in a series that should have ended on the first one, when it was still funny. Honestly felt like a bad tv movie. Glad it was a free rental.

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Nicki Marie

Super Reviewer

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