STALE FRANCHISE DRAGS ON...
Brian from Kerry, 01 Jun 2011
Meet The Parents worked. The whole shtick between daughter-seeking Stiller and ramrod rightwing throwback, De Niro played well. Well, fairly well. And De Niro was born to do comedy -- it's under the surface in two thirds of all the films he's ever done. But in Meet The Fockers the material deteriorated. Streisand and Hoffman were brought in to add 'wild and wacky' to the mix. Now the desperation is full-blown. Little Fockers doesn't seem to be written by people who understand comedy. That's to say people who are prepared to break rules. It's baby formula: predigested, inoffensive and soft. It's got 'More Stars!' and plenty of Hollywoody, wish-fulfillmenty subplots and other candy-coated distractions. But funny this franchise has no longer any idea how to be. It's begging for death, it's got that 'old'!
A skin graft would be less painful.
Brian from Louth, 18 Feb 2011
This waste of time money and effort should be avoided like bubbling infection. It seems they took the scraps off the cutting room floor from it's two predecessors and balled them all together in no particular order and came up with this revolting pile of drivel. This is a warning. life is too short. On your death bed all you will want back is the two hours you squandered on this tripe.
Seamus from Monaghan, 28 Jun 2011
This is exactly what you expect and that's the problem. We know the characters. We know the story. There is no suspense and no surprise. Nobody does anything they wouldn't have done in any of the other films and I found myself getting bored.
lisa from Meath, 02 Jun 2011
Definitely not as good as the first two
its says little fockers which tends to make you think its all about the kids but its not.
good to rent if you have nothing else in mind but i wouldn't be in a hurry to see it again!
Maria from Louth, 23 May 2011
If you're a fan of the first two, as I am, you'll like it. But it's not as funny as the first 2, reason being, there are a lot of the same gags. However, that said, it's great to see the ou'l cast!