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Still shot from the movie: Meet the Fockers.

Meet the Fockers

Making fun of Greg's profession as a male nurse and using his last name in virtually every way possible to replace the sexual expletive, this film appears doomed from the start for family viewing. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: D+
Violence: B-
Sexual Content: D
Language: D
Drugs/Alcohol: D+
Run Time: 115
Theater Release: 22 Dec 2004
Video Release:
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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This movie was proceeded by Meet the Parents and followed up byLittle Fockers.

In a more family friendly animated comedy, Robert De Niro lends his voice to a mob boss fish in Shark Tale. Dustin Hoffman leaves the sandy shores and takes to the high seas as a nasty pirate captain in Hook.

Home Video Extra Features

DVD Notes…
(Please note the DVD extras have not been reviewed and are not reflected in our content grades.)

Release Date: April 19, 2005
Universal Studios introduces the ill-named in-laws on DVD. If you’re insisting to Meet the Fockers, you can do so by viewing the film as it was released to theaters or get more deeply acquainted courtesy of an Extended Version of the movie. Those dying to know all the dirt can dig into over 20 Deleted Scenes, 65 Bloopers, and commentary tracks by director Jay Roach and Editor/Co-Producer Jon Poll. Special features include Inside the Litter Box (behind-the-scenes with Jinx the cat), The Manary Gland (behind-the-scenes with the propmaster), The Adventures of a Baby Wrangler (an exclusive look at what it takes to direct children on the set) and the Focker’s Family Portrait. Available in either full or wide screen, both editions offer Dolby audio and closed captioning.

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