Little Fockers

Five years after the events of the previous film, Gaylord "Greg" Focker (Stiller) is preparing to celebrate his twins' fifth-birthday party. Things seem to go awry when Greg's father-in-law Jack Byrnes (De Niro) visits. Recently, Jack has been diagnosed with a heart condition and become embittered by his daughter Debbie's divorce from her husband Bob (their marriage was the social event in the first film and how Jack and Greg met), for cheating on her with a nurse. Jack's original plan was to declare Bob his successor as head of the Byrnes family, but he decides to pass the role to Greg, naming him "The Godfocker." Despite Greg reluctantly accepting the role, Jack resumes his spying on him and begins to suspect him of infidelity when he sees him with drug representative Andi Garcia (Alba), who openly flirts with him, and the presence of Sustengo erection pills in Greg's house prompts Jack to think Greg is no longer sexually attracted to his wife Pam (Polo). Furthermore, Jack starts to doubt Greg's ability to provide for his family when he appears reluctant to send his children to a private school.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Country:United States
Produced By:Jane Rosenthal, Ryan Kavanaugh, Andrew Miano, Daniel Lupi, Katterli Frauenfelder, Nancy Tenenbaum, Meghan Lyvers, Jay Roach, John Hamburg, Robert De Niro
Directed By:Paul Weitz
Written By:John Hamburg, Larry Stuckey, Mary Ruth Clarke, Greg Glienna
Cast:Jacob Bertrand, Clent Bowers, Jack Axelrod, David Pressman, Derek Ressallat, Moises Zepeda, Yul Vazquez, Hunter James Mckeever, Christina Gabrielle, Westley Nguyen, Dustin Hoffman, Kelli Kirkland, Russ Panzarella, Ben Stiller, Erika Jensen, Bryce Blais, Nelson Carvajal, Jasmine Mila Cap, Robert Miano, David Williams, Kat Kramer, Sergio Calderón, Brandy Grace, Jake Keiffer, Michelle Castillo, John DiMaggio, Celina Zambón, Sly Jones, Michael Naughton, Blythe Danner, Erin Pickett, Hugh Dane, Richard Cotovsky, Stan Egi, Kevin Hart, Aaron Zachary Philips, Laksh Singh, Nicole Pano, Victoria Strauss, Niko El Santo Zavero, Jessica Alba, Daisy Tahan, Laura Dern, Roy Jones Jr., Gary Sievers, Colin Baiocchi, Lei'Lah Star, Rob Huebel, Devin Williamson, Arnold Chon, Ama'Ri, Callder Griffith, Harvey Keitel, Sophia Strauss, Jordan Peele, Frankie Torres, River Stone Mckeever, Ema Vo, Owen Wilson, Amy Stiller, Neisha Folkes-LeMelle, Don Kress, Harry Bali, Robbie Tucker, Christian Calloway, Nick Kroll, Tom McCarthy, Paul Herman, Lubella Gauna, Barbra Streisand, Vladimir Kubr, Teri Polo, Jillana Laufer, Jay Charlot, Christopher Mason, Deepak Chopra, Joseph Mazurk, Robert De Niro, Semere-Ab Etmet Yohannes, Soraya Garré, Eddie Davenport, Olga Fonda, Theo Crisell, Trula M. Marcus, Dan Latham
In Theaters:Dec 22, 2010
Runtime:1 hour 38 minutes
Production:Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Relativity Media
Box Office:$148,383,780
Available On:Amazon, Itunes, Netflix, Vudu
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