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En remplacement de Jay Roach, Paul Weitz fait chou blanc avec une production racoleuse, à l'humour sans finesse, qui sous-exploite ses talentueux acteurs, De Niro et Stiller en tête.

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Cinema Blend

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With Little Fockers, though, a threequel nobody asked for and that the actors seem mortified to be part of, it's just getting pathetic.

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The Gazette

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The humour in the Fockers movie series - of which Little Fockers is the third - comes in two flavours.

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Joblo.com

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Probably the only good thing to come out of Little Fockers is that this will without a doubt be the last installment, as it's bad enough that no one, not even the most undiscerning moviegoer, will be clamoring for a sequel after walking out of this train wreck. A Christmas miracle? Perhaps.

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Lecinema.ca

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C'est seulement triste que ces comédiens de grand talent ne puissent plus l'exploiter dans un film digne de ce nom.

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USA Today

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In this third installment, the effort is wearing thin. It takes too long for the story to take off and even longer for the comedy to kick in. Unless projectile vomit and penile injections are your idea of comedy supreme, the intended humor is spotty at best.

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The New York Times

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Apparently, because all the good jokes were used up in the first two “Fockers” movies, the wisenheimers behind the latest installment in this unnecessary trilogy decided to bring in some spew, opening a sick toddler's mouth like a fire hydrant and letting it rip.

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