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Little Fockers
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Little Fockers

3.1 9
Director: Paul Weitz

Cast: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson


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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


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.

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Meet the Parents was a film about what happens when a seemingly normal guy, Greg Focker, meets his girlfriend's overbearing father for the first time. Meet the Fockers, the 2004 sequel, took things to the next level with the addition of veteran actors Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand as Greg's touchy-feely hippie Jewish parents, who mixed and clashed with his WASPy suburban in-laws. That twist on the same premise was passable, but in Little Fockers you sort of feel like they should have moved past that idea. Don't let the title fool you -- the film doesn't focus so much on the kids (though all of the events in the film lead up to an epic birthday party), but more on Greg and Jack's never-ending on-again, off-again relationship. That's not to say that there aren't any laughs, because there are, but the franchise is starting to get stale. Without a new premise to drop these characters in, Little Fockers feels like a diluted version of its predecessors. This time around, Gaylord "Greg" Focker (Ben Stiller) has settled into married life, has two kids, and job as a hospital administrator. Meanwhile, Jack (Robert De Niro) is obsessed with the family genealogy. You see, Jack wants to pass the torch to Greg (aka "The Godfocker"), but isn't sure if Greg is up for the task. Greg wants Jack to deem him worthy, but has one little problem -- money. Enter, Andi Garcia (Jessica Alba), a pharmaceutical rep for a Viagra-like drug called Sustengo (it's safe for heart patients!), who convinces Greg to endorse the drug and reap a big payday. However, when Jack suspects that Greg is having an affair with Ms. Garcia, he'll stop at nothing to expose the alleged infidelity. New to the Fockers franchise is Jessica Alba, who does what she does best -- look pretty -- though she has decent comedic timing and adds a bit of freshness to the franchise. Owen Wilson returns as the free-spirited millionaire ex-boyfriend who still harbors a fondness for Pam. His character mostly just hangs around as a foil to Greg -- well, that and his compound is the backdrop for the climatic birthday party. There are some surprising cameos by Laura Dern as the head of the Early Human School, Harvey Keitel as a building contractor, and Deepak Chopra as, well, himself. Oddly, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand are mostly absent from the film, checking in now and again by phone and cracking sex jokes that make everyone, including the audience, just a wee bit uncomfortable. In lieu of great substance, the film tends to fall back on such situation-comedy favorites as children throwing up on adults and uncomfortable questions from your father-in-law about your sex life -- not to mention a four-year-old walking in on his dad giving his grandpa a penile injection to counter the effect of Sustengo. Despite all that, there are some truly laugh-out-loud moments, and the characters are the most endearing aspect of the franchise. Still, no one would mistake this for an Oscar-worthy masterpiece, as the franchise is running out of steam. Nevertheless, Little Fockers is most certainly a comedic alternative to the flashiness of, say, Tron: Legacy or the intensity of Black Swan. So if you're looking for something light-hearted to watch post-Christmas present extravaganza, this fits the bill nicely.

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Universal Studios
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Special Features

Hilarious gag reel ; Alternate opening & ending not seen in theaters ; Deleted scenes ; The making of a Godfocker

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert De Niro Jack Byrnes
Ben Stiller Greg Focker
Owen Wilson Kevin Rawley
Dustin Hoffman Bernie Focker
Barbra Streisand Roz Focker
Blythe Danner Dina Byrnes
Teri Polo Pam Focker
Jessica Alba Andi Garcia
Laura Dern Prudence
Kevin Hart Nurse Louis
Daisy Tahan Samantha Focker
Colin Baiocchi Henry Focker
Tom McCarthy Dr. Bob
Harvey Keitel Randy Weir
Yul Vázquez Junior
Jack Axelrod Chappy
Clent Bowers Mr. Androvsky
Olga Fonda Svetlana
Laksh Singh Dr. Patel
Trula M. Marcus Stage Producer
Jake Keiffer Rufus
Rob Huebel Sleazy Doctor
John DiMaggio EMT
Jordan Peele EMT
Kelli Kirkland Powers EMT
Robbie Tucker EHS Tough Kid
Nick Kroll Young Doctor
Sergio Calderon Gustavo
Aaron Zachary Philips Confused Child
David Pressman Doctor
Hugh Dane Doctor
Amy Stiller Kristen
Richard Cutovsky Newspaper Vendor
Trinity Warren Climbing Kid
Samuel Schultz Climbing Kid
Cade Rogers Climbing Kid,Bounce House Kid
Ava Rose Williams Climbing Kid
Frankie M. Torres Climbing Kid
Kyla Warren Party Kid
Erin Haisan Party Kid
Ryder Bucaro Party Kid
Callder West Griffith Party Kid
Lei'lah Star Party Kid
David Williams Party Kid
Randy Chuang Monk
Joe Thamawat Monk
Harry Bali Sadu
Paul Herman Caricature Artist
Leslie Garavito Fire Pit Child
Cort Rogers Bounce House Kid
Troy Brown Bounce House Kid
Erika Jensen Party Parent
Robert Miano Party Parent
Katharine Kramer Party Parent
Roy Jones Party Parent
Derek Ressallat Party Parent
Vladimir Kubr Ballpit Kid
Sereme-Ab Etmet Yohannes Fire Walker
Nicole Pano Art Teacher
Michael Naughton Anatomy Professor
Celina Zambon Carmencita
Shih Chou Party Monk
Stan Egi Man on Subway
Antonio Bolivar Flamenco Dancer
Michelle Castillo Flamenco Dancer
Theodore M. Crisell Flamenco Dancer
Neisha Folkes Flamenco Dancer
Jillana Laufer Flamenco Dancer
Molly Rogers Flamenco Dancer

Technical Credits
Paul Weitz Director
Remi Adefarasin Cinematographer
William Arnold Production Designer
Robert De Niro Producer
Katterli A. Frauenfelder Asst. Director
John Hamburg Producer,Screenwriter
Greg Hayden Editor
Angela Howard Production Manager
Leslie Jones Editor
Ryan Kavanaugh Executive Producer
Myron Kerstein Editor
Michael Lantieri Special Effects Supervisor
Daniel Lupi Executive Producer
Meghan Lyvers Executive Producer
Molly Maginnis Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Marcus Asst. Director
Barbara Mesney Set Decoration/Design
Andrew Miano Executive Producer
Joseph Middleton Casting
Jay Roach Producer
Jane Rosenthal Producer
Larry Stuckey Screenwriter
Thomas T. Taylor Art Director
Nancy Tenenbaum Executive Producer
Stephen Trask Score Composer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Little Fockers
1. Chapter 1 [3:01]
2. Chapter 2 [5:42]
3. Chapter 3 [3:26]
4. Chapter 4 [2:59]
5. Chapter 5 [5:14]
6. Chapter 6 [8:13]
7. Chapter 7 [5:09]
8. Chapter 8 [3:46]
9. Chapter 9 [2:38]
10. Chapter 10 [4:41]
11. Chapter 11 [4:35]
12. Chapter 12 [5:08]
13. Chapter 13 [3:47]
14. Chapter 14 [2:45]
15. Chapter 15 [1:05]
16. Chapter 16 [6:17]
17. Chapter 17 [5:09]
18. Chapter 18 [6:57]
19. Chapter 19 [6:09]
20. Chapter 20 [4:35]


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