Meet the Fockers

2004, Comedy, 1h 55m

164 Reviews 250,000+ Ratings

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Talented cast is wasted as the movie is content with recycling jokes from its predecessor, Meet the Parents. Read critic reviews

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Movie Info

Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, the Fockers. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together. This all adds up to a disastrously funny time of getting to know you.

Cast & Crew

Ben Stiller
Greg Focker
Blythe Danner
Dina Byrnes
Teri Polo
Pam Byrnes
Tim Blake Nelson
Officer LeFlore
Alanna Ubach
Isabel Villalobos
Ray Santiago
Jorge Villalobos
Kali Rocha
Flight Attendant
Owen Wilson
Kevin Rawley
Spencer Pickren
Little Jack 'L.J.' Byrnes
Bradley Pickren
Little Jack 'L.J.' Byrnes
Jay Roach
Director
Amy Sayres
Executive Producer
Nancy Tenenbaum
Executive Producer
Jon Poll
Producer
Randy Newman
Original Music
John Schwartzman
Cinematography
Jon Poll
Film Editing
Rusty Smith
Production Design
Sara Andrews
Set Decoration
Carol Ramsey
Costume Design
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Critic Reviews for Meet the Fockers

Audience Reviews for Meet the Fockers

  • Nov 17, 2013
    "Meet the Fockers" is an interesting follow-up to "Meet the Parents." Of course it's not nearly as good but it is still quite enjoyable. Several of the familiar conventions are used from the first film. Jack Byrnes's (Robert De Niro's) Circle of Trust is used again as the concept that he employs to either include or exclude his soon-to-be son-in-law Greg Focker (Ben Stiller), for example. In this sequel, the Byrnes family goes to Miami, Florida to meet Greg's parents, Bernie (Dustin Hoffman) and Roz (Barbra Streisand) Focker. They're a couple of free spirits and they really put uptight Jack's patience to work. Cute film.
    Billie P Super Reviewer
  • Apr 04, 2013
    As the title suggests -- this ain't highbrow entertainment. Nevertheless, it's passable.
    Christian C Super Reviewer
  • Dec 02, 2011
    Meet the Fockers is a very disappointing sequel that does not live up to the classic. I was hoping for some huge new hilarious comedy but I was sadly mistaken.
    Bradley W Super Reviewer
  • Nov 29, 2011
    "Meet the Fockers" is crude and badly-written. I don't think I laughed one time. Alright, maybe once, but definitely not twice. That being said, there are a handful of likable performances, especially from Dustin Hoffman.
    Stephen E Super Reviewer

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