Meet the Parents () - IMDb
Firmly part of the circle of trust, Greg Focker is planning his marriage to Dina and . So Greg and Pam fly from Chicago to New York to meet her parents, Jack. Meet the Parents is a American comedy written by Jim Herzfeld and John Hamburg and .. Upon the suggestion of Universal Studios, Roach cast De Niro in the role of Jack Byrnes due to critical acclaim of De Niro's recent comedy work in. Male nurse Greg Focker meets his girlfriend's parents before proposing, but her suspicious father is every date's worst nightmare. Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Teri Polo. All hell breaks loose when the Byrnes family meets the Focker family for the first time.
I used to rub bourbon on Denny's gums. Look what happened to him. Greg, you couldn't follow a simple set of instructions?
Robert De Niro: Jack Byrnes
So I went in and I gave him a little attention. He's learning to self-soothe. These setbacks are disastrous for his devlopment. The child is adorable, but you're not raising Little Buddha over here.
What are you saying? I'm saying that I have seen that kid eat at least 15 boogers since he's been here and and I've got news for you, Jack, prodigies don't eat there own boogers.
And I've got news for you. Prodigies don't come in 10th place every time either. It's just that I've never seen people celebrate mediocrity the way you do. Because we love our son? We hug our son? Let's get down to it. The truth is, you're so concerned about that Little Jack, but I think that it's the Little Jack in you that is crying out for a hug.
The Little Jack in me? Jack, you have issues. 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.
Meet the Fockers () - Teri Polo as Pam Byrnes - IMDb
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: The first person they challenge their users to find is an outlaw murderer woman. She is found within 10 minutes, and guess what? These hundreds of millions of users find her without a shred of mistakes. No one mistakes another woman for her, there are no complications, and her capture is done by a police officer with calm and accuracy.
Let us just say that plausibility is not this film's strongest suit.
The Circle () - The Circle () - User Reviews - IMDb
The next person they challenge their users to find is an ordinary person who's not a part of the Circle's network, and who's a former friend of our protagonist. What happens next is simply too stupid to face, because people actually chase for this guy down a highway in the mountains and get him killed in live-feed broadcasting. And what's even worse: Instead, what happens is that Mae finally "opens her eyes" to the fact that what the Circle is doing is wrong duh!
And so, she designs a trap to expose the people behind the Circle and their true intentions evil laugh. She exposes them, all their conversations, their plans, all their private correspondence, all of it! And do you know what they were hiding? Or maybe he did write it but the editor cut that part out And at this point, frankly my dear Yes, the antagonist played by Tom Hanks is a uni-dimensional character who we pretty much know nothing about.