Movie Review: The God Focker is really hilarious in "Little Fockers" movie.

"We are so excited to see those little Fockers" - Dina Byrnes
From "Meet the Parents" in 2000 to "Meet the Fockers" in 2004, I was able to watch the special screening of the "Little Fockers" today at the most comfortable SM Cinema Directors Club equipped with 30-plush and fully-reclining La-Z Boy armchairs with side tables, cozy interior with lounge, superb state-of-the-art screen and digital surround sound system at the Mall of Asia. The movie was directed by Paul Weitz and stars, Ben Stiller as Greg Focker, Robert De Niro as Jack Byrnes, Owen Wilson as Kevin Rawley, Dustin Hoffman as Bernie Focker, Erika Jensen as Party Parent, Barbra Streisand as Roz Focker, Blythe Danner as Dina Byrnes, Teri Polo as Pam Focker and the newest additions to the hilarious cast, Jessica Alba as Andi Garcia and Laura Dern as Prudence.
The theater. I've watched once with popcorn and drinks at the SM Cinema Director's Club Mall of Asia once and enjoyed it very much with my son and I was waiting for another movie to watch again because of their most comfortable La-Z Boy chairs until today with Little Fockers.
The movie. The euphemisms in the dialogues will easily crack laughter in the whole theater and I thought the writers were genius with lines to make you fall in love with the humor of Robert De Niro's character being Jack Byrnes. If you've watched the previous movies of the Fockers, this would definitely be predictable in plot but surprising in dialogues and twists. I'd have to say, without analyzing the abstractions and ambiguities of some scenes, you wouldn't be distracted if intent is more on euphemisms. The indirections and the hilarious scenes with the Little Fockers will move you to excitement on what's to happen next. I'd recommend it to teachers of language and linguistics who'd appreciate the figures of speech used in the discourses of the character and simply all who'd seek a good laugh. Jessica Alba was also hilarious playing Andi Garcia and Laura Dern as The Human School Directress especially those interviews with the Little Fockers
My favorite lines?
Greg Focker:I milked a cat once
Dina Byrnes: I had no idea you could milk a cat.
Greg Focker:Oh ya you can milk anything with nipples.
Jack Byrnes: I have nipples Greg, could you milk me.
 

Special thanks to SM Cinema AVP for Marketing, Mr. Alan Florendo, Ms. Shaena and Ms. Jameela for the invitation. 

This movie is best recommended to all ages above 12 years old, now showing in all SM Cinema nationwide.

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