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October 07, 2012
Considering my feelings about the first two films in this franchise - I thought they were great - I was quite disappointed with this. The whole thing has an air of 'can't be bothered'. The story seems rushed and cobbled together, most of the jokes can be seen coming a mile off and it just feels as if they ran out of ideas. After Meet The Fockers, I so wanted more, ************ the people behind
August 04, 2011
There's 3 words to describe this movie PIECE OF CRAP. This movie should have never been made .Not only was is boring but the acting was one of the worst i have ever seen . Just don't see this movie .
May 10, 2011
Fantastic! I really enjoyed the movie. Ben Stiller was great!
May 03, 2011
this movie should have been rated x .how can this movie be rated pg13.whole movie was about sex .shame on you for letting children see this movieit was that bad. .
April 13, 2011
Not that great. They could have made it a lot better. It's too bad..
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How bad is the third installment... So bad that this bland, pointless sequel features a gratuitous scene where the stunning Jessica Alba - one of many new faces added to an already overstuffed ensemble - strips down to her lacy undergarments, belly-flops into a backyard pit, rolls around in the mud, and I still can't recommend you pay to see it. Full Review
San Francisco Chronicle
This is the first Focker installment not directed by Jay Roach, who did a good job balancing the yuks with the more outrageous gross-outs. That comic-revolting parity shouldn't be much of a challenge for "American Pie's" Paul Weitz, and yet the skeevier bits aren't especially funny. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
It is incredibly tempting to resort to the implied off-color word play made possible by the Focker name and suggest that this third edition is totally - but I won't. Full Review
The million-dollar cast doesn't make the vulgar penny-ante jokes any funnier. Full Review
There are viable flashes of comedy in the franchise. But with each movie, they grow increasingly dim. Full Review