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4.2 out of 5 stars
Little Fockers (Bilingual)
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on April 1, 2018
the pay off of this DeNiro/Stiller characters relationship is exciting and feels good...that unbearable tension is now over!!! I Was very happy to see Dustin and Barbra back. Sooo funny.
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on December 21, 2014
Super funny. Not as good as the first one but still worth watching.
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on February 3, 2016
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on February 5, 2015
thank you
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on October 23, 2014
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on August 30, 2015
Hilarious - a film to watch again and again.
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on September 26, 2014
Very good
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on October 21, 2014
We are completly satisfied
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on June 1, 2015
As erstwhile fans of the first two movies, we just had to get this to complete the set. Although it doesn't have the laugh out loud or the truly cringe-worthy qualities that defined the earlier films, it does still contain plenty of humour and rolls along at an enjoyable pace. It is, however, very bitty, clumsy and contrived and is also, perhaps, miss-titled as the children really do not play a great part in the proceedings. Robert De Nero is, of course, brilliant and Ben Stiller is, well, Ben Stiller, but with Hoffman and Streisand relegated to cameo roles and the Jessica Alba & Harvey Keitel characters not fitting in at all, it is a rather unsatisfying conclusion to the Focker story. It could have easily been so much better.
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on April 20, 2011
While it's fun to revisit the characters and see what they've been up to, this film was seriously hindered by poor writing. It seemed like a bit of a cash grab. The throwing in of several A-list stars in a disjointed manner just made it more obvious that the franchise has run out of steam. While there are some funny slapstick moments, there is a also a heavy reliance on tiresome below the belt humour. Short on plot, the Focker children are hardly featured. The senior Fockers are hardly present also, and their over-the-top personalities are sorely missed in a film that seems desperate for cheap laughs. For awhile I thought Dustin Hoffman was literally going to phone in his performance. Owen Wilson is the real scene stealer and comedic relief. Another round of dysfunctional family comedy that, while lacking wit, remains lucrative.
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