PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
Family-patriarch Jack Byrnes wants to appoint a successor. Does his son-in-law, the male nurse Greg Focker, have what it takes?
During a publicity junket for The Guilt Trip (2012), Barbra Streisand confessed she hadn't seen this movie from start to finish, the only one of her films that she had so neglected. She did admit that her individual scenes were sent to her via disc for approval while she was staying at a spa in Switzerland.
He's not a doctor.
Kevin Rawley: Not in the Western sense of the word.
Greg Focker: Not in *any* sense of the word.
While talking privately with Greg, Jack implies that his son, Henry, is just like his father, Greg. Jack reasons that he has been doing research on twins and found that sometimes, one child will get an extra chromosome from the father's DNA in the sperm. While that might apply to identical twins, it could not be possible for Greg twins. Greg's twins are male and female and developed from two different eggs that were fertilized by two separate sperm.
The end credits sequence has a scene where Jack watches a remixed video of Greg on Youtube making fun of Jack at a press conference.
£3,035,717 (UK) (26 December 2010)
$148,383,780 (USA) (13 March 2011)
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