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Free-spirited Jews meet uptight WASPs in this long-awaited sequel to 2000's "Meet the Parents." Nervous Greg Focker (Stiller) and fiancee Pam (Polo) take Dina and Jack (De Niro) to finally meet his folks: lawyer turned house hubby Bernie (Hoffman) and senior citizen sex therapist Roz (Streisand). The duo extravagantly adores each other, much to Greg's embarrassment, and of course, there's more cat issues and a baby to create more problems for poor Greg. Culture clashes follow predictably and everyone seems to be coasting comfortably on their talent.

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Available on Running time 116 minutes. Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Family Comedy, Dads, Screen Teams: Stiller & O. Wilson, Florida, Wedding Bells, Culture Clash, Road Trip, In-Laws, Top Grossing Films of 2004, Moms, King of Beasts (Dogs), Bringing Up Baby, Babysitting, Cats, Top Grossing Films of 2005
Jim Herzfeld, John Hamburg
Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo, Tim Blake Nelson, Alanna Ubach, Ray Santiago, Kali Rocha, Shelley Berman, Owen C. Wilson, Spencer Pickren, Bradley Pickren
John Schwartzman
Jay Roach
Randy Newman
Kenneth McLaughlin, Jon Poll, Lee Haxall, Andrew Neskoromny, Carol Ramsey, Rusty Smith
Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, Jay Roach, Tribeca Productions, Everyman Pictures, Universal

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Meet the Fockers
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Meet the Fockers is the sequel to Meet the Parents. Greg and Dina take her parents on a road trip to meet Greg's unique parents. His mother is a sex therapist and his father is an ex-lawyer that is now a stay-at-home husband. Greg's and Dina's parents at totally different. There are some pretty funny situations that both sets of parents share. Also, Greg finds out he has a child with his old hispanic nanny that is now becoming an adult. Just like the first movie, the drama is hilarous!