Genres: Comedy and Sequel
Running Time: 1 hr. 38 min.
Release Date: December 22nd, 2010 (wide)
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for mature sexual humor throughout, language and some drug content.
Director: Paul Weitz
JJ Rating: D+
See it again: Never.
Own it: Nope.
Recommend it to: No one.
It’s called Little Fockers one would think that it would be about the little ones. Not exactly.
It’s like a rehash of every little thing we know about these people and not one ounce of it’s fascinating. Nothing exciting. Nothing at all. Okay, except for the fact that the little ones try to go to a Human School or whatever the hell that is. However, that’s not the main story and neither is their birthday party. It’s awkward story telling. I don’t know what the point of the film was. Family? Money?
I do know that I missed Laura Dern because her part in this film was pretty darn funny. It was not an outrageous funny more like ha-ha. Her serious moments were funny and enjoyable.
The film didn’t feel like it tried. It felt like this was on the verge of being a straight to DVD movie, but something saved it. Who was stupid enough to do that? Give me just $5 million and I’ll make a movie that’ll get a massive return. MASSIVE. I’m not joking. I can do this. I can hire the right people who want a break, I can write the script and bam we got ourselves a blockbuster made by a bunch of amateurs.
And yes, I’d pick people from DeviantArt. The nicest website to me. Nothing like that crappy, cruddy, over sensitive Absolute Write. How can a website that’s for writers suck at understanding words and meaning? They’re part of the reason why my reviews are late. Drama ridden writers suck. I had more online drama with people that should have been the most understanding out of any one in the world. This backs my previous thought that writers are pretentious pricks, are over sensitive and deserve to be rounded up by the Stasi in East Germany because they don’t have balls enough to be bold.
See, that’s the kind of stuff that sells. Not this cut thumb off and have an ungodly amount of blood spray everywhere. They continue to soil the idea with mediocrity. Acting was decent by all. I have no complaints against any of the actors. The idea was just poor, poor, poor. I bet I could pick a homeless person that could write a blockbuster. Homeless Heroes.
I would never, ever, ever, ever see this movie again and maybe I should add it to my Top Ten Worse of the year. Which, by the way, was hard to write. Not because everything was good, but because most of everything was pathetically bleh. I’m done.
I write like: Cory Doctorow