Meet the Parents / Meet the Fockers / Little Fockers

Release Date: 03 October 2011 | Certificate: Suitable for 12 years and over
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Triple bill of the wildly successful comedy feature franchise starring Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro. In 'Meet the Parents' (2000), male nurse Greg Focker (Stiller) wants to propose to his girlfriend Pam (Teri Polo) while at her parents' house for the weekend. First, however, he must ask her extremely suspicious father, Jack (De Niro), for his permission and Jack has already taken an immediate dislike to Greg. A series of disasters, including failing a lie detector test, occur as Greg tries his best to please Pam's father and the rest of the family. It's not long before even Pam starts having doubts about her hapless suitor. In the 2004 sequel, 'Meet the Fockers', Greg has finally married Pam, after a fraught attempt to win the blessing of her irascible, ex-CIA operative father, Jack. But Jack, ferociously protective of his daughter, wants to see exactly what kind of family his new son-in-law comes from, and why on earth they would name their child Gaylord M. Focker? Setting off for Miami, Greg, as he renamed himself, prepares for the worst as he introduces his liberal lawyer father Bernie (Dustin Hoffman), and his sex-therapist mother Roz (Barbara Streisand) to his new in-laws. In the third film in the series, 'Little Fockers' (2010), it's been ten years since Greg and Pam got married, and they now have two children. It seems Greg has finally been accepted by his uptight father-in-law, former CIA agent Jack - or so he thinks. When Greg begins to display signs of a mid-life crisis, musing on his role as a father and going out on a limb in an attempt to to earn some extra money for his family, Jack's doubts and suspicions are rekindled...

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Catalogue No: PHE1558