Now that they have children, they are getting busy juggling family and work. However, the conflict doesn’t revolve on having a child or the relationship of couple but for the father and his in-law. The love-hate relationship of Greg and Jack was still on. Jack became suspicious about Greg after her another daughter got wasted on her marriage.
The movie was still funny and serious. But I should say not as funny as its predecessor. I love the jokes when it first came out. However, making a third movie about a same theme is establishing its own cliché. I have to protest about the misleading title. The “Little Fockers” isn’t the focal point of the movie. I think they just used the kids to channel more conflict between Greg and Jack.
There was no question about the actors. They all did the great on their part. What really disappoints me was the storyline. I just don’t see the use of the previous movies if Jack and Greg still continue to fight. They still argue like they haven’t learned a thing about their personality. This was supposed to build up on the previous film. I think this film was better to be stand-alone as it brought shame to the Focker series.
The movie was not as great as I expected. It wasn’t as exciting as the previous film. But it was not really bad either. It can still make you laugh and jerk a bit. You can still enjoy it with your friends and family. Personally, I had a good laugh.