The Biggest Focker Collection Ever (Meet The Parents / Meet The Fockers / Little Fockers) [Blu-ray] 
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Meet the Fockers-2011 BD-Sequel to MEET THE PARENTS. Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancee, Pam Byrnes. But that's before Pam'; Meet the Parents 2011 -BD-Male nurse Greg Focker meets his girlfriend's parents before proposing, but her suspicious father is every date's worst nightmare.; Little Fockers 1 Disc -2011 BD-Sequel to MEET THE PARENTS and MEET THE FOCKERS. The Focker and the Byrnes families brace themselves for the arrival of a baby.
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Meet The Parents: Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish. Subtitles: English, English SDH, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish. Commentary Subtitles: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.
Meet The Fockers: Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish. Subtitles: English, English SDH, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish. Commentary Subtitles: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.
Little Fockers: Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish. Subtitles: English, English SDH, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish.
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Top Customer Reviews
standard dvd to Bluray transfer with no improvement whatsoever. The resolution might be higher but nothing has been done to clean the print up.
The amount of grain visible now is atrocious. But, if you can bare with that, then not bad for the price.
Films are funny, just a shame about the dvd copies - hate it when the publishers do this just to gain some income.
Don't treat us movie fans like idiots. Next time, I'll check alternative sites for reviews, as Amazon dumping ALL reviews together is pathetic.
As are the reviewers who say 'arrived thanks' and 'great'. That's not helpful at all to anyone as we don't care it arrived safe, we don't care it's great. Review the product. Not the service.
Apart from Frank and Gaylord, the most impressive participants are Greg's eccentric parents played by Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand. Sadly their participation was greatly reduced by the third film, Little Fockers, and they were reduced almost to cameo performances. Overall these three films make for very funny entertainment, though of the three, the third is probably the weakest. They are probably not the sort of film which warrants a repeat viewing too often, but certainly are worth an occasional revisit. As this has developed into something of a franchise, I would not be surprised to see a fourth offering in due course.
A runaway box office smash at the time, the original Meet the Parents (2000) was most notable for giving the fast-fading screen legend Robert DeNiro his best part, and his biggest hit, in several years, even though it actually felt like he was merely coasting as he spoofed the kind of tightly wound nutters he used to play to constant critical acclaim. Back then, of course, Ben Stiller's trademark brand of squirming neurosis hadn't atrophied to the level it has in 2011, but on viewing the film now, what strikes most about it is just how mean-spirited and uncomfortable a movie it is to watch; the Stiller character is treated with such harshness and hostility by DeNiro and his horrible extended family that one wonders why he doesn't just pack his bags and walk out the door, especially since his `Plain Jane' girlfriend (Teri Polo) is a winsome wallflower whose permanent reaction to her unhinged father's excessive behaviour is to coo `can you please try to put up with it for me?' in Stiller's ear. Aside from a coolly understated turn by the underrated Blythe Danner as DeNiro's put-upon wife, the other members of the cast are required to do little but be rather bluntly unpleasant to Stiller's gutless dork, with the result of making me fume and squirm on his behalf, but not laugh very much.
Though it received mixed reviews when it was first released, the 2004 follow-up Meet the Fockers is a far superior comedy effort.Read more ›
The best thing about it is Robert de Niro going outside hsi known genre and starring in a comedy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't realise I had bought the American version but we have a dual CD player. Pleased with this cd good value.Published 15 months ago by Bubbles