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Jack drugging Greg with truth serum in the second film was definitely stepping over the line. Even his own wife, who tolerated his insanity all this time, wouldn't support him after that came out, revealing that it wasn't the first time he had done that to someone Pam was involved with.
The first movie was considered by many as "the funniest comedy of the year". The second one received mixed reviews, with some saying it was better than the first one, and others saying it was worse making it a Contested Sequel. The third movie was universally panned by critics, and Robert De Niro said his only reason to work for it was money. She Really Can Act: Jessica Alba is arguably the only cast member of the third movie to make any kind of effort.
The response to seeing Jack's artificial "breast" for assisted breastfeeding is to drown one's sorrows in Brain Bleach.
Aw Jack, you promised you wouldn't take the boob out in front of company. Actually, the squick really starts when you realize that Jack evidently spent quite some time somehow taking a cast of his own daughter's breast - which wasn't even necessary. The baby would have probably been fine with a generic fake breast or, you know, a bottle. In Little Fockers, Greg persuades Henry to eat some lasagna at dinner despite Pam saying the boy is queasy.
As soon as Henry takes a bite, he then vomits all over his father's face.
Took the Bad Film Seriously: Surprisingly, some viewers actually feel more sorry for Greg than the other characters during the volleyball scene. Whilst everyone's reaction is understandable given Greg caused Debbie's nose to bleed albeit, unintentionallyhe was relentlessly picked on by his team for his lack of skills and they even openly insulting him but is treated as the biggest bad guy for accidentally hitting the ball towards Debbie's face.
Whether this was intentional or not is up for debate. As soon as the relationship started to get serious, she should've told Greg to forget about marriage because of the unlikelihood of her father ever giving his blessing.
Even the title takes its inspiration from the volleyball rule that states that a team gains the right to serve the next ball by winning a volley. Meet the Parents While this movie only has a small volleyball scene to offer, it still deserves a mention!Emiya san Chi no Kyou no Gohan - Pool VolleyBall Intensifies with Servants
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The movie follows Kelley as she deals with increasingly strange occurrences, all while her make-or-break volleyball match approaches. Will she be able to forget her suspicions and win the big game, or will her new acquaintance get the better of her?
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Also called Satree Lek, this Thai comedy film offers a laugh a minute, a fun filled team of cross-gendered characters, and a story that is based on a true tale of volleyball victory. The real Iron Ladies are even shown at the end of the film, which offers an almost documentary-like take on the extraordinary tale of the real Thai pro volleyball team of the same name.
This film has been nominated for 12 international awards and has won 10 of them, so it will definitely be a great addition to your watch list!