Little Fockers

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



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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 development doesn't sit well with Jack, whose previous suspicions regarding his hapless son-in-law soon come back in full force after learning of this development. With the twins' birthday fast approaching, the proud parents invite the entire clan over to celebrate in style, including Kevin (Owen Wilson), who still carries a torch for his pretty ex Pam. As the festivities get under way, Greg takes every opportunity available to prove to Jack that he's fully capable of providing for his family. Now Greg has one last chance to prove that he's trustworthy. Should he fail, the circle of trust will be broken for good. Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Laura Dern, and Jessica Alba co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Robert De Niro
as Jack Byrnes
Ben Stiller
as Greg Focker
Owen Wilson
as Kevin Rawley
Blythe Danner
as Dina Byrnes
Teri Polo
as Pam Focker
Jessica Alba
as Andi Garcia
Laura Dern
as Prudence
Colin Baiocchi
as Henry Focker
Daisy Tahan
as Samantha Focker
Kevin Hart
as Nurse Louis
Dustin Hoffman
as Bernie Focker
Barbra Streisand
as Roz Focker
Harvey Keitel
as Randy Weir
Clent Bowers
as Mr. Androvsky
Olga Fonda
as Svetlana
Laksh Singh
as Dr. Patel
Trula M. Marcus
as Stage Producer
Rob Huebel
as Sleazy Doctor
Robbie Tucker
as EHS Tough Kid
Nick Kroll
as Young Doctor
Aaron Zachary Philips
as Confused Child
Hugh Dane
as Doctor
Amy Stiller
as Kristen
Richard Cutovsky
as Newspaper Vendor
Trinity Warren
as Climbing Kid
Samuel Schultz
as Climbing Kid
Cade Rogers
as Climbing Kid
Ava Rose Williams
as Climbing Kid
Frankie M. Torres
as Climbing Kid
Kyla Warren
as Party Kid
Erin Haisan
as Party Kid
Ryder Bucaro
as Party Kid
Lei'lah Star
as Party Kid
Paul Herman
as Caricature Artist
Leslie Garavito
as Fire Pit Child
Cort Rogers
as Bounce House Kid
Troy Brown
as Bounce House Kid
Erika Jensen
as Party Parent
Robert Miano
as Party Parent
Katharine Kramer
as Party Parent
Roy Jones Jr.
as Party Parent
Derek Ressallat
as Party Parent
Vladimir Kubr
as Ballpit Kid
Nicole Pano
as Art Teacher
Michael Naughton
as Anatomy Professor
Celina Zambón
as Carmencita
Shih Chou
as Party Monk
Stan Egi
as Man on Subway
Antonio Bolivar
as Flamenco Dancer
Michelle Castillo
as Flamenco Dancer
Theodore M. Crisell
as Flamenco Dancer
Neisha Folkes
as Flamenco Dancer
Jillana Laufer
as Flamenco Dancer
Molly Rogers
as Flamenco Dancer
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  • Jun 20, 2014
    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.
    Alex r Super Reviewer
  • Nov 17, 2013
    The big problem with "Little Fockers" is that it's exhausted its conventions. Father-in-law Jack Byrnes's (Robert De Niro's) uptightness, his push to control son-in-law Greg (Ben Stiller) with threats to push him out of the family Circle of Trust, and on an on. There are genuinely cute parts to the movie, which mostly involve the children. But the children as actors really get short shrift in this film. If there were more focus on them, perhaps this would have been a more enjoyable film.
    Billie P Super Reviewer
  • Mar 24, 2012
    Ben Stiller's comedies are really starting to go downhill, with a well known casting, it still seems to get worse, the laughs are cringy and the films are just getting worse, as we can clearly see they are getting more and more desperate for films.
    Scott G Super Reviewer
  • Sep 18, 2011
    Maybe not as funny as the first two....but not far from. I just can't believe they're all here...cause....they're all here! Even Harvey Keitel is here. Just like the other two...loaded with great jokes. And everybody puts of their A-game
    Martin S Super Reviewer

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