The Opposite of Epic: The Little Fockers Trailer

by | Jun 30th, 2010 | 4:45PM | Filed under: Trailers

Yesterday we discussed the first full-length trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and so far everyone’s agreeing with me that it is indeed epic. Today I need to even things out a bit. Allow me to present the first look at Little Fockers, the third chapter in the shoulda-stopped-at-one Meet the Parents franchise. “Appalled” does not begin to describe my reaction.

This is the kind of preview that makes me want to wail, “Why, God, whhhhyyyyyy!?!?!” at the top of my lungs. Which I actually considered doing when I first watched it, except that I knew my howling would disturb my dog. But seriously, if this nonsense is what they chose to spotlight in the trailer, how can this film possibly be anything but awful? Blood spurting all over the family at Thanksgiving dinner? An erectile dysfunction pill subplot? A five-year-old witnessing a syringe to his grandpa’s penis? I weep for our nation. And I have a whole new respect now for Dustin Hoffman and his decision to stay far, far away from this mess. Good God.

Those of you who are for some reason still interested in seeing Little Fockers can do so exactly six years after the original debuted: December 22, 2010. I don’t think I’ll need to ask you how it was. The Circle of Trust has been broken!

5 Responses to “The Opposite of Epic: The Little Fockers Trailer”

  1. matphoto
    Posted on June 30, 2010 at 6:34 pm

    I don’t remember liking the first one (first two?) or even whether or not I finished watching it, but I think this could definitely be better. The title is hilarious at least.

  2. Pandy
    Posted on July 8, 2010 at 2:28 am

    This looks funny as heck! ha ha! lol I loved the first 2! They were awesome! When does this release? Did it go to the movies yet? :)

    • Currently 5/5 Stars
    Posted on July 8, 2010 at 2:29 am

    This looks really funny! The first 2 were Awesome! :) When does this come out? Did it go to the movies yet?

    • Currently 1/5 Stars
    Posted on October 29, 2010 at 9:29 am

    Did anyone else notice that the trailer did not include the “Little Fockers” in most of it ? I liked the first one and the second was pretty good, but I am shocked that this one is even going to make a theater debut. Maybe this is one movie that should have gone straight to DVD.

  3. me
    Posted on November 6, 2010 at 3:03 pm

    I wish REDBOX would make a program for avid renters that would do two things.. 1 allow you free rentals for being a good customer and 2 offer STILL IN THEATERS movies to its customers from time to time..