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Meet the Parents The days of crayons and chicken nuggets are numbered. Sophisticated, health-conscious young parents and their tablet-toting kids are . 2. Cool Mom Picks: A pair of hip moms provide commentary on everything from fast. Family bonding goes hysterically haywire when Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) introduces his free-spirited The Hot Chick . The film's major casting ace, however, is the dynamic one-two punch of Dustin Hoffman and Does it work to make a fake breast, strap it on a man, and let a baby nurse through an inserted bottle?. I'm referring to last week's “Name that Chicken” challenge, launched When I email friends to come see them, the subject line reads “Meet the Fockers. The latter is a fierce-looking gal, an ounce or two heavier than her sibs.

Concerned that Jack might be put off by the Fockers' lifestyle, Greg convinces Roz to pretend that she is a yoga instructor for the weekend.

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However, small cracks begin to form between Jack and the Fockers, due to their contrasting personalities. The meet gets off to a bad start when a chase between the Fockers' sexually active dog, Moses, and the Byrnes's cat, Jinx, culminates with Jinx flushing Moses down the RV's toiletforcing Bernie to destroy it to save Moses. Later, Bernie accidentally injures Jack's back during a game of football. Meanwhile, Pam informs Greg that she's pregnant, and the two decide to keep it secret from Jack.

Jack again becomes suspicious of Greg's character when they are introduced to the Fockers' housekeeper, Isabel Villalobos, with whom Bernie reveals Greg had a sexual affair fifteen years before.

Jack later takes the RV to Isabel's year-old son, Jorge, to fix the toilet, but is disturbed by Jorge's striking resemblance to Greg, and the fact that Jorge never met his father, and jumps to the conclusion that he might be Greg's son with Isabel. Growing envious of Bernie and Roz's active sex life, Dina consults Roz on sex tips in order to seduce Jack, but none of them works.

Greg and Jack's relationship is again put to the test when Greg is left alone to babysit Little Jack, whom Jack has been raising via the Ferber method. Despite Jack's strict instructions to leave Little Jack to self-soothe, Greg is unable to stand listening to Little Jack's cries and tends to the boy to cheer him up by hugging him, putting Elmo's World on TVand acting funny, but inadvertently teaches him the word "asshole.

The name was written into the script after Jim Carrey came up with the idea for the Focker surname during a creative session held before he abandoned the project. The filmmakers were asked if they had made up the name or if they can prove that such a name exists. The aspect ratio is 1. English language audio tracks available with the film are a 5.

Additionally, English language subtitles are provided as well. The director discusses issues that include working with the cast, utilizing the best camera angles for comedic effect, discussing scenes that were improvised and scenes that were scripted, and commenting on issues surrounding shooting on location. The editor speaks about putting together the best functioning comedy from material that was filmed and discusses some deleted scenes that were excluded from the DVD release.

In addition, the DVD features a twelve-minute outtake section, three minutes of deleted scenesand Universal's Spotlight on Location featurette. Spotlight on Location is a standard minute-long featurette about the making of the film which includes interviews with the cast members and contains behind-the-scenes footage. A region 1 "Bonus Edition" was released on December 14, and contains three additional featurettes: Reilly reunite after the success of 's "Talladega Nights" in this slapstick film about two unemployed, emotionally stunted, middle-aged men whose single parents marry and force them to live with each other.

More than a little friction, as expected, occurs. Stokes is an alcoholic, boorish, misanthropic, misogynistic lout, a. It didn't hurt that Billy Bob Thornton's demeanor comes off a bit gruff and dismissive in real life, but the sheer number and creativity of screenwriters Glenn Ficarra and John Requa's one-liners — "I loved a woman who wasn't clean," says Stokes to a child asking about his hair loss — justifies repeated viewings. The journey from A to B naturally has about roadblocks — as often happens when drugs are involved — but Kal Penn and John Cho keep things light with hysterical, pseudo-philosophical musings.

If you haven't seen it, expect some surprising cameos as well. Somewhere in Vermont — where the biggest crime is killing time — four state troopers are in danger of losing their jobs thanks to state budget cuts.

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Eager to please their superiors, the group embarks on an investigation of high-profile marijuana dealers, but have to stave off a rival police force first.

Lazy, stoned cops always make for good comedy. Comedy himself Mark Wahlberg to star as two cops — well, one cop and one forensic accountant — in their take on the not-so-buddy cop movie. Ferrell, of course, has his nerd role down perfectly, yet Wahlberg, best known for dramas such as "Boogie Nights," "The Departed" and "The Fighter," uses his rough demeanor as the perfect comedic foil to Ferrell's sheepish detective.

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Ostensibly a story about a guy who travels from New York to Texas to prevent his long-distance girlfriend from seeing an incriminating videotape, the plot is merely a backdrop for raucous frat parties, exploding cars, stoned canines and mice eating.

Tina Fey's script about a social outcast Lindsay Lohan, in her best role who befriends and eventually detracts from the "rich clique" both memorializes and sends up the typical female high school experience. Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg started writing the film's script when they were 13; precocious for screenwriters, but the perfect age to document the angst and awkwardness of two teenage boys.

And as McLovin, the hopelessly misdirected friend, Christopher Mintz-Plasse set the new bar for brilliant sidekicks. While the cast, including Mila Kunis, Jonah Hill and Bill Hader, clearly relish the Hawaiian setting, in retrospect, this is Brand's film, as the mercurial actor swallows the scenery and owns every scene he's in.

The film's spin-off, "Get Him to the Greek," has to be considered a runnerup on this list. As divorce mediators, the pair is understandably a bit cynical about marriage, so, ironically, they hit up weddings on the weekends for the free food, booze and, hopefully, women.