Meet the Fockers

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Meet the Fockers
Directed byJay Roach
Produced byRobert De Niro
Jon Poll
Jay Roach
Jane Rosenthal
Nancy Tenenbaum
Written byJim Herzfeld, John Hamburg (screenplay)
Mary Ruth Clarke, Greg Glienna, John Hamburg, Marc Hyman (story)
StarringBen Stiller
Robert De Niro
Dustin Hoffman
Barbra Streisand
Blythe Danner
Teri Polo
Owen Wilson
Music byRandy Newman
CinematographyJohn Schwartzman
Edited byJon Poll
Distributed byUniversal Pictures (North America)
DreamWorks Pictures (International)
Release date
December 22, 2004
Running time
115 mins.
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$80 million
Box office$516,642,939

Meet the Fockers is a 2004 American comedy movie. It was produced by Robert De Niro, Jon Poll, Jay Roach, Jane Rosenthal and Nancy Tenenbaum and was directed by Jay Roach. Meet the Fockers was released on December 22, 2004 in North America. The movie received mixed reviews with a 38% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 41 out of 100 from Metacritic. It is the first sequel to the 2000 movie, Meet the Parents. The second sequel which was called, Little Fockers was released in 2010.

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Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 United States 22 December 2004
 Australia 26 December 2004
 Singapore 30 December 2004
 Russia 6 January 2005
 Mexico 7 January 2005
 Argentina 13 January 2005
 Chile 20 January 2005
 Thailand 20 January 2005
 Panama 21 January 2005
 Portugal 27 January 2005
 Brazil 28 January 2005
 Estonia 28 January 2005
 United Kingdom 28 January 2005
 Georgia 28 January 2005
 Ireland 28 January 2005
 Lithuania 28 January 2005
 Croatia 3 February 2005
 Israel 3 February 2005
 Denmark 4 February 2005
 Spain 4 February 2005
 Iceland 4 February 2005
 Sweden 4 February 2005
 Hong Kong 8 February 2005
 United Arab Emirates 9 February 2005
 Egypt 9 February 2005
 Netherlands 10 February 2005
  Switzerland 11 February 2005 (Italian speaking region)
 Greece 11 February 2005
 Italy 11 February 2005
 Norway 11 February 2005
 Poland 11 February 2005
 Turkey 11 February 2005
 Belgium 16 February 2005
  Switzerland 16 February 2005 (French speaking region)
 France 16 February 2005
  Switzerland 17 February 2005 (German speaking region)
 Germany 17 February 2005
 Hungary 17 February 2005
 Austria 18 February 2005
 Finland 18 February 2005
 Romania 18 February 2005
 Czech Republic 3 March 2005
 South Africa 11 March 2005
 Bulgaria 18 March 2005
 South Korea 15 April 2005
 Japan 26 November 2005

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