Little Fockers

Synopsis: It has taken 10 years, two little Fockers with wife Pam, and countless hurdles for Greg to finally get in with his tightly wound father-in-law, Jack. After the cash-strapped dad takes a job moonlighting for a drug company, however, Jack's suspicions about his favorite male nurse come roaring back. When Greg and Pam's entire clan--including Pam's lovelorn ex, Kevin (Owen Wilson)--descends for the twins' birthday party, Greg must prove to the skeptical Jack that he's fully capable as the man of the house. But with all the misunderstandings, spying, and covert missions, will Greg pass Jack's final test and become the family's next patriarch, or will the circle of trust be broken for good?
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Paul Weitz
Production: Universal Pictures
  3 wins & 5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.5
Metacritic:
27
Rotten Tomatoes:
9%
PG-13
Year:
2010
98 min
$148,383,780
Website
1,451 Views


Sweetheart, remember that

you're doing pickup today

and you need to

call the face painter

for the party.

Oh, and Henry

needs more Lactaid.

All right. Got it.

Pick up the kids,

call the face painter,

get Lactaid. I got it.

Also, I'm gonna drop

by the new house

and see how

the work's coming.

Oh, okay, awesome.

Can you make sure

that you measure

the backyard for

the bouncy castle?

We're gonna have

a bouncy castle

at our birthday party?

Do you want a bouncy castle?

Yeah.

Then, yes, we'll have

the best bouncy castle

in the whole world!

Bouncy castle!

Bouncy castle!

Bouncy castle...

And an Ultimate

Fighting Octagon?

Uh... I don't know

about that.

But, hey, you talked to me!

I was talking to Mommy.

Okay, but just now,

you talked to me

by saying that.

Why does she have

such a problem?

It's just a phase.

Don't push it.

Hey, sweetheart,

it hurts Daddy's feelings

when you give him

the silent treatment.

I'm ready for school,

I'm ready for school!

Pick me up, pick me up!

All right. Hey, Henry,

you know

you can't bring

Arthur to school.

But he's my best friend.

Honey, he's your

best lizard friend.

You've got lots of

non-lizard friends.

Not really.

Really?

Nope.

Oh. All right,

have a good day.

I love you.

You're kidding me!

You can't take that

to school, monkey.

Go put that in your room.

Sam, I will see you.

I love you.

Sam.

Hey.

What? Yeah,

oh, golly, okay.

See you.

Thanks. Love you.

There he is!

Hey, Randy. How you doing?

Gregory Focker!

How's it going?

Wonderful to see you.

Great to see you.

Listen, I just

came by to check out

the backyard and measure

'cause we want to do

a bouncy castle for

the kids' birthday party.

Aw.

That's terrific, Gregory.

Okay, you're about

five minutes late.

Yeah, I know.

A Miss Denslow

from the administrative

board called.

She wants to get a list

of the budget cuts.

You have a meeting

in 20 minutes

with John Raider

and some drug rep

from Pfosten Pharmaceuticals

is waiting in your office.

Andi something.

There's a drug rep in there?

Mmm-hmm.

Okay, look,

in three minutes,

pop your head in

and tell me I have to

go to my next meeting.

Okay.

All right?

Sorry, I got to

make this really quick.

I got a very busy morning.

I understand,

Nurse Focker.

I'm Andi Garcia.

Oh, hi.

You have a lot less

stubble in person.

I'm... There's an actor

named Andy Garcia.

Who?

Widow's peak.

Sort of tough guy.

I was just kidding.

Of course, I know

who Andy Garcia is.

I get that all the time.

Yeah. You must

get it all the time

'cause you're named

Andi Garcia.

I loved the article

you wrote in the

AMA Journal,

"Putting Patients First."

You read that?

I loved it.

It was so cool getting

a nurse's perspective

on the health care crisis.

Yeah, that was the idea.

I actually started out

as a nurse, myself.

Really? Oh, well, nowadays,

I do less nursing and more...

Annoying meetings

with drug reps you'd rather

not deal with?

Hey, Greg, it's time

for your next meeting.

That's okay,

I'm fine, Kristen.

Thank you.

Yeah, but he doesn't

like to wait.

You know

how he is, you know.

Well, it's John Raider?

Yeah, he's really picky...

He always runs late.

Always runs late. Thanks.

You're swamped.

No, I'm good.

You want to have a seat?

Yeah.

Okay.

I'll make this quick.

So we are launching

a killer new product

at Pfosten

and, while we usually

hire doctors to lead

our presentations,

I have a feeling about you.

I think you have the potential

to be a medical superstar.

And you'd be perfect

to represent

our new drug, Sustengo.

Ah. Sustengo. All right.

It's an erectile

dysfunction medicine.

It's not just any erectile

dysfunction medicine.

It's the first ED pill

on the market

safe for heart patients.

Because, in addition

to increasing the penile

blood flow...

See that penis?

It acts as

a beta blocker

to keep the heart rate down

during intercourse.

I mean, how dope is that?

That's pretty dope.

Nurse Focker needed

in room 220 B, stat.

I'm sorry,

hang on one second.

Nurse Focker, room 220 B.

Will you get out of my ass?

If you would stop

squirming around...

But you don't know

what you're doing.

It could have

been over, sir.

Hey, hey, hey,

how you doing there,

Mr. Androvsky?

Everything okay?

Well, this nurse

is a barbarian.

Okay, I'm not a barbarian.

He keeps clenching

and I can't make an insertion.

Louis, it's...

It's a natural response

to protect that cavity.

You're right,

it is a natural response.

I would protect

my cavity, too.

And we just got to do it

a little bit gentler.

May I suggest something?

Sir, why don't you

extend your left leg

and put your right knee

right up to your chest.

It'll help relax

things down there.

She's right.

You just do that

and you just grab the side

of the bed there, like that,

and exhale...

There you go.

Nurse, did you sufficiently

lubricate the nozzle?

I did do that.

Great.

Good, good, okay.

You got this?

Yep.

All right.

Take a nice deep breath.

And focus

on relaxing your anus.

Right. That's right.

You just want

to let it dilate,

sort of like

a flower opening up.

Blossoming lotus.

Sort of like

a desert cactus.

Maturing.

It's okay.

Just a little,

friendly visitor

just saying hello.

All right, I'm just gonna

stick it in a little further.

Oh!

Good smooth insertion.

Thank you.

I'm gonna release the clamp.

And let it flow.

Better.

How's that?

That was great.

Nice technique.

That was so fun.

Yeah, yeah.

I was thinking about it

and, honestly,

I just don't have time

to moonlight pitching

a drug right now.

Shot down.

No, it's not you.

It's just...

No, I get it, you know.

Running nursing

in med-surge is a big job.

Yeah, yeah, so big,

I'm making less than I did

when I was in the ER.

Look, we are sponsoring

a convention at the Hilton.

Mmm-hmm.

You can make tons of dough

for, like, one speech.

Think about it.

Okay. I will,

I'll think about it.

Okay.

Knuckles?

Knuckles.

That was bad-ass,

by the way.

Yeah. Literally.

Dr. Bob.

Scumbag.

Jack, my taxi's here.

Oh, honey,

I just got off with Deb.

They are

officially separated.

Dr. Bob finished moving out.

That lowlife.

Yeah. You can

say that again.

You sure you don't want me

to come with you?

No, you know,

I think Deb needs

a little mother-daughter

time, honey.

All right?

Having an affair

with a nurse.

I can't believe

I didn't see

the warning signs.

He was very discreet.

She didn't even know

until she saw

those text messages.

Whatever you call them.

Yeah, but I'm trained

to detect that sort

of behavior, honey,

and the truth is

I was so busy putting

Focker through the wringer,

Dr. Bob slipped

right under my radar.

Oh, don't be

so hard on yourself.

Well, I'll never

let that happen again.

Are you having one of

your little heart palpies

again, Jack?

My muscles are

a little tight!

Yeah, yeah.

From stress.

I can see that.

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