Watch Little Fockers
- 1 hr 38 min
Little Fockers is a 2010 American comedy film directed by Paul Weitz and written by John Hamburg and Larry Stuckey. It is the third installment in the Meet the Parents film series and stars Ben Stiller, Teri Polo, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner, Owen Wilson, and Jessica Alba. The movie follows the daily life of Greg Focker (played by Ben Stiller) and his wife Pam Byrnes Focker (played by Teri Polo) with their two young children, Henry and Samantha. They are preparing their children for a fifth birthday party, but Greg is also busy juggling his responsibilities as the director of the Kaufman Foundation and trying to impress Jack Byrne (played by Robert De Niro) - his demanding and overbearing father-in-law. Things turn worse when Jack comes to stay at their house and develops suspicions about Greg's infidelity, putting their relationship to the test. Greg also has to deal with the return of his ex-girlfriend, Andi Garcia (played by Jessica Alba), who is now a drug representative trying to convince him to promote a male enhancement drug. Meanwhile, Pam is dealing with her own problems at work, trying to help her sister through a difficult time and dealing with the sudden need for a nurse for her father. The movie is filled with hilarious situations, from the chaos of the kids' birthday party to the awkward encounters between Greg and Jack, and the return of characters from the previous movies in the series. Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand return as Bernie and Roz Focker, Greg's eccentric parents, and provide much of the comic relief. Little Fockers is a fun and lighthearted comedy, perfect for fans of the previous Meet the Parents movies. The cast is excellent, with Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro once again displaying great chemistry on screen. The addition of Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand to the cast is also a great touch, adding another layer of comedy to the film. Overall, Little Fockers is a satisfying continuation of the series, delivering plenty of laughs and heartwarming moments. It may not be a groundbreaking film, but it is a great choice for a family movie night or a night in with friends.