'Little Fockers' -- the supposedly concluding chapter of the timeless cinematic trilogy and also the most expensive pun in the history of the universe -- has finally graced us with a new trailer, and it's... well, it's definitely a trailer. Despite this literally being the poster for American mediocrity, there's something inherently comforting about these films, what with their snowy suburbia, holiday spirit, and endless scenes of Ben Stiller embarrassing and / or maiming himself (if this flick is a hit he might become the second most important Jew to contemporary Christmas gatherings). Those are presumably the same reasons for which people flock to the franchise in the first place, because going to see one of these comedies for laughs is kinda like burrowing into the Earth in search of sunshine. There are strains of plague funnier than Robert De Niro, and 'Little Fockers' (or as it's known in Germany: 'Meine Frau, unsere Kinder und ich') seems less interested in improving upon its predecessors than it does regurgitating them.
Having said all that, 'Little Fockers' was directed by Paul Weitz rather than Jay Roach, and that the change of pace might bring some new life to the series. It's certainly not the coolest franchise in the world, but it might not be one beyond saving. Follow the jump to check the trailer out for yourself.