After suffering the humiliation of being given the third degree by his girlfriend's father, one man now faces the even more embarrassing task of introducing his own mother and father in this star-studded sequel to the box-office smash Meet the Parents. After getting off on the wrong foot (to put it mildly) with his prospective in-laws, Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) has finally won the grudging approval of Jack and Dina Byrnes (Robert De Niro and Blythe Danner) to marry their daughter Pam (Teri Polo). But after clearing the first hurdle, now Greg has to face an even bigger challenge -- introducing the straight-laced Byrnes family to his folks, free-spirited sex therapist Roz (Barbra Streisand) and eccentrically open-minded Bernie, who blend with Pam's parents not quite as well as oil and water. Meet the Fockers was directed by Jay Roach, who handled the same chores for Meet the Parents. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
The trailer for this movie seemed only slightly off color, but the film was so continually full of sexual innuendo and imagery that we and our kids (10 and 14) were embarrassed and upset, and we stopped the movie in the middle. This was really disappointing considering how much we all enjoyed Meet the Parents. If you have young kids who plan to watch with you on family movie night, don't get this title!
This movie was excellent I thought that it may not be as good as the first (Meet the Parents). It out did my expectations. I was laughing the whole way through. I enjoyed this movie so much that I want to marry a Focker and wear the name proudly.
We turned this movie off before it was over. There were so many sexual innuendos that were not even funny, just plain stupid. Don't waste your time renting this, and definitely don't watch this with kids.