Meet the Fockers

Theatrical Release: December 22, 2004
Meet the Fockers
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Synopsis

Meet the Fockers picks up where the comedy Meet the Parents left off. Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) and Pam Byrnes (Teri Polo) want to marry. Before they do, Pam’s ex-CIA agent father, Jack (Robert De Niro), wants to learn more about Greg’s family to see if Greg is worthy of being in the Byrnes family. Jack and his wife Dina (Blythe Danner) take their grandson, little Jack (Spencer and Bradley Pickren), and Greg and Pam to visit the Fockers family in Florida. Greg’s parents (Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand) welcome the Byrnes family with open arms. Their laid-back, touchy-feely ways put uptight Jack on edge. Jack and the Byrnes family are quite uncomfortable with what they learn about the Focker family. As the Byrnes and Fockers get to know each other, it is evident that theirs will be an oil-and-water relationship.

Dove Review

If you liked Meet the Parents, you will like Meet the Fockers. This fast paced sequel takes up where the first one left off. Unfortunately, this film is full of double entendre and sexual situations making it anything but a family movie. While the humor and situations may get an MPAA PG-13 rating, Meet the Fockers is definitely geared to an adult crowd.

Content Description

Sex: Mother is a sex therapist for the elderly. Fiancé is pregnant before marriage.
Language: 4 S-words, 10 A_ Holes many time by a young child, 1 J, 1 GD, Several references with names that would be used with the F-word but are used with Focker instead.
Violence: Slapstick but frequent
Drugs: Man injected with truth serum, several characters drink.
Nudity: Nude Statues, paintings etc. Strap on breast used to feed small child. Girls on a bus flash and moon.
Occult: None

Info

Company: Universal Pictures
Director: Jay Roach
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 119 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe