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Meet The Fockers

The inevitable follow-up to successful comedy-of-discomfort MEET THE PARENTS (2000) delivers fewer laughs than its predecessor, which leaves too much time in which to ponder what a sad spectacle it really is — two professionals in their thirties reduced to… (more)

Released: 2004

Rating: PG-13

User Rating:3.81 out of 5 (16 ratings)

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG-13
  • User Rating:3.81 out of 5 (16 ratings)
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  • Review: The inevitable follow-up to successful comedy-of-discomfort MEET THE PARENTS (2000) delivers fewer laughs than its predecessor, which leaves too much time in which to ponder what a sad spectacle it really is — two professionals in their thirties reduced to… (more)

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