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Metascore

Based on 34 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
70
One of those relatively rare comedies that's at once puerile, charming and very funny throughout.
63
It's a silly good time, and that's something these days.
60
Ms. Streisand hasn't been called on to deliver an immortal or even interesting performance, but she is a pip to watch.
60
Chicago Reader
The movie gets off to a weak start, but the jokes get progressively more bent.
50
The Hollywood Reporter
Feels jammed into a sitcom-shaped bid for laughs.
50
Variety
Te laughs "Fockers" generates are the type you feel embarrassed about almost immediately afterward.
50
From the start the jokes are on a different level than the last one: coarse, aggressive, and poorly timed by director Jay Roach.
40
L.A. Weekly
Feels like a big-budget "Dharma & Greg" episode with toilet jokes.
25
Many regular moviegoers will be appalled by its gleeful crudity and saddened by the spectacle of three icon stars mugging through a farce that's not that many notches above "Jackass: The Movie."
20
The A.V. Club
Meet The Fockers has assembled a historic, once-in-a-lifetime cast, then stranded them in the laziest, most mercenary kind of sequel imaginable. It's like the 1927 Yankees taking on the Special Olympics softball team.

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