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Little Fockers - DVD

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Czech title:
Fotři jsou lotři
Little Fockers [USA, 2010]
CZ dabing, CZ titulky
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94 minutes
16:9 1.78:1
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Are they finally getting closer? At least for the kids? The worst thing in Greg Jebal's life is his father-in-law, Jack Byrnes. He's gotten used to that in his time living with the daughter of a former elite Secret Service agent. The relationship of mutually tolerated tolerance has survived the dating phase, the wedding preparations, even the mutual meeting of Greg and his wife Pam's parents. In the third installment of the Jebals' comedic family chronicle, however, the Big Bang is about to happen. Greg finally wants to become the informal head of the family clan, which Jack understandably resists tooth and nail. A mid-life crisis has just knocked on the fuckers' door. Greg has discovered that being a nurse is not what makes him a star in the eyes of his five-year-old twins, and he's not making as much money as the family budget needs.

So he starts moonlighting at a pharmaceutical company after work, which wakes the radar of his suspicious father-in-law, especially when he discovers that Greg's supervisor there is more than adorable. It's not just suspicions of infidelity that inflame the climate of a gigantic family reunion, held in honor of the little Jebals' fifth birthday party. Invited to the party is Pam's ex-boyfriend Kevin, Jack's great favourite, who decides to reawaken former passions, despite the wedding ring on Pam's finger. In the sultry atmosphere, Greg finally decides to show the whole world, and especially his father-in-law, that he is the true head of the family, but the means he chooses to do so create a chain of disastrously comic situations that will not strengthen his authority.


Music: Stephen Trask

Script: John Hamburg, Larry Stuckey

Cinematography: Remi Adefarasin

Production: Andrew Miano, Robert De Niro, Jay Roach, Jane Rosenthal

Bonus features:

  • The Beginning as You Don´t Know It - The Wedding Dream and the Morning Awakening

  • The end as you don´t know it - The Tree House

  • Cut scenes

  • Failed Scenes

  • Film about the film Fathers Are Scoundrels - Behind the Scenes

  • The Decisive Fight

  • Film Editing


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