Despite vast cultural differences between people, understanding and respect for differences can lead to satisfying, close friendships.
Though taken to extremes in this film, love, warmth, and openness to stable, long-lasting relationships. On the plus side: Some gender roles are turned upside down: Jewish people, a Latina housekeeper beloved, but played as a broad caricatureuptight "WASP" behavior, law enforcement seen as either harsh and rigid or inept and buffoon-like.
There are a number of minor pratfalls and accidents, all intended to be funny. In the background of one scene, a clip of a violent moment in the film Scarface appears on a television screen. Focker is a sex therapist and is introduced conducting a "sensuality class" for elderly couples. An oversexed dog simulates sex with a cat, a doll, and anything else he can find. There are breast-feeding Meet The Fockers Nude Scene, "boob" jokes, poop jokes, fart jokes, and jokes and conversations about vasectomies, virginity, masturbation, circumcisions, and more.
Language includes multiple uses of "s--t" in various forms, plus "ass," "crap," "hell," etc. A baby repeatedly says "asshole" his first word. Some typical lines are: A few minor product placements: Champagne, wine, and other alcoholic beverages are consumed during dinner and at some social events.
A former CIA agent administers sodium pentathol truth serum to an unsuspecting victim.
Parents need to know that in the pursuit of laughs, Meet the Fockers stretches the PG rating in terms of subject matter and language. There are frequent, vivid discussions about and references to: Language is coarse throughout, with mild swearing "s--t,""asshole," "crap," "bastard"toilet humor literally and figurativelyand constant talk of body parts and bodily functions breasts, farts, poop, breast-feeding, virginity, climax, and more.
The family name -- Focker -- is the source of an unending volley of puns and innuendo.
In addition, the comedy tries hard to be both politically incorrect and to exaggerate all manner of stereotypes ethnic, occupational, gender-based ; it succeeds in these efforts. Add your rating See all 16 parent reviews. Add your rating See all 34 kid reviews. Everyone -- including super-programmed grandchild Jack-Jack -- hops into Jack Robert DeNiro 's super-fitted RV and head to Florida, where they meet Greg's parents Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman -- the kind of people for whom the term "boundary issues" was created.
There is a slight but viable joke in the very beginning of the movie, when Greg has to leave a voicemail for his parents and ends up waiting through their incompetent answering machine recording, Meet The Fockers Nude Scene realizing that they had not turned it off so including some very personal material.
That still leaves time for plenty of attention to Greg's mother Roz, a sex therapist. But most of all, this is about how Greg, instead of being embarrassed about his fears of his own inadequacy, Meet The Fockers Nude Scene is embarrassed about the external representation of those fears -- his parents.
They all but climb down out of the screen. Hoffman kisses everyone, sits on the toilet while DeNiro is in the shower, moonwalks, and spreads whipped cream over Streisand's breasts. DeNiro wears a prosthetic breast called a "man-ary gland. Blythe Danner asks Streisand for sex tips. And Stiller has to stand before a trophy wall that displays his 9th place ribbons, his bar mitzvah tallit, and his high school jock strap. Families can talk about stereotyping.
What kinds of stereotypes did you recognize in the movie? Were they funny, and if so, why? Where do stereotypes come from? What are the positives and negatives of stereotypes? Talk about how sex is Meet The Fockers Nude Scene in the movie.
There's no explicit sex, but plenty of sexual talk. How did you react to it? Why do you think the filmmakers decided to use sexual humor so heavily?
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