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Little Fockers

Even though Greg and Pam (Ben Stiller and Teri Polo) have now been married for ten years, and have two little Fockers, relations with the in-laws, especially with Grandpa Jack Byrnes (Robert De Niro) are still strained. Adding to the tension are a family gathering planned for the twins' birthday and Greg's moonlighting job selling male-targeted pharmaceuticals. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: D+
Violence: B-
Sexual Content: C-
Language: D
Drugs/Alcohol: C-
Run Time: 98
Theater Release: 22 Dec 2010
Video Release: 05 Apr 2011
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is Little Fockers Rated PG-13?


Violence: A man sprays blood over himself and his guests after accidently cutting his finger with a knife.Adults argue. A man is accidently buried in sand. A child falls off a climbing wall and is injured. A man falls from a pole and hurts himself. Two adult males engage in a fistfight. One man is kicked in the groin. A cat attacks and begins to swallow a pet lizard.

Sexual Content: A female television host discusses sex toys and self-pleasuring. A man talks about injuries sustained during sex. One woman is seen in a bikini, another in her underwear. Several scenes deal with a man’s erection. A woman comments on her parents’ sexual activity. A woman undresses to her underwear and throws herself at a man.

Language: During a medical procedure, two nurses exchange sexually suggestive remarks. A character makes irreverent religious comments. A character mistakes the sexual orientation of two men - several homosexual jokes follow. Crude sexual dialogue is found throughout the film along with a name that sounds like a sexual expletive. Scatological slang, terms of Deity and other profanities are also used. Emergency personnel mistake a last name for a curse aimed at them.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Adults drink alcohol with dinner, in a bar and in other social settings. Both a man and a woman misuse prescription medication. One intoxicated character takes pills with alcohol.

Other: A child vomits at the dinner table. Several flatulence and bathroom jokes are included in the script. A man uses an electrical current to defibrillate his heart.

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