Great sequel!! by film_seer
A third helping of Meet the Parents is here. This time, we meet Greg and Pam Fockers' 6-year-old twin boy and girl. The laughs keep coming. Buy it on DVD and Blu-Ray for twice the laughs.
Disgusting, I wouldn't have my kids see it. by CalSense
This film is pretty disgusting. The first two of the series were OK, with some 'low class' parts, however this movie is a bad end to what is hopefully the last of the series. Unlike the implications of the title, this is not a kids movie, unless you have raised your kids in a social gutter. The continuous reference to sex, sexual body parts, flatulence, and poor humor, tries to mask the absence of any intellectual plot. On the positive side, if you like this movie, you will probably like the distasteful "Dinner for Schmucks", go see it.
Not much Little Fockers in this one. by Bree the Movie Brainiac
The Focker/Byrnes clan get together again. Okay. Greg/Gaylord has a hectic life. Marriage is great, but even though the movie is called Little Fockers, the movie is based on the planning of a party for the twins, it is not focused on that. It is more about a drug and Jessica Alba. Yeah, she is hot, but still. De Niro (Jack Byrnes) is fantastic in his role as usual. He and Stiller go at it "Royal Rumble" like. Adults should watch it first before the kids watch it with you. Be prepared to answer some interesting questions if they haven't taken 7th Grade Health Ed.
All in all, it is a good movie and I recommend you get it.