Saturday April 30th 9pmMeet the Parents gets its best moments in the friction between De Niro and Stiller. Their screen personas — the intimidator and the hapless smart guy — are a perfect mismatch, and the spark between them ignite plenty of laughs.-Film.com Alas, poor Focker. He can’t help himself. And we can’t help ourselves from falling about, equally helpless, at this superbly antic movie.-TIME Magazine Flat-out hilarious.-VarietyWonderfully funny.-CNNA hilarious hodgepodge of The In-Laws and Annie Hall, in which De Niro gives his best comic performance to date.-Rolling StoneIt never runs out of steam or ways of inflicting more ignominy on Stiller. -Philadelphia InquirerRobert De Niro and Ben Stiller give the comedy of disaster a nice little workout.-San Francisco ChronicleWith near-Swiss precision, director/producer Jay Roach … and his writers make sure familiarity breeds hilarity.-USA TodayA crisply paced romp featuring pitch-perfect performances by adversarial leads Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller.-Hollywood ReporterDe Niro delivers.-Sacramento BeeYou couldn’t do much better than to pit De Niro at his most humorlessly imposing against Ben Stiller at his most anxiously eager to please.-Detroit Free Press[Roach] does know how to stage discrete comic moments, taking mildly humorous nightmares and turning them into nicely wrought miniatures.-Salon.comNone of the jokes are forced, which makes Meet the Parents a singular achievement.-New York TimesA very funny movie.-New York PostRoach … knows to play to the movie’s twin strengths: Stiller and De Niro.-Washington PostIt’s funny. Really funny.-Mr. ShowbizThis fall’s pleasant surprise.-Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPossibly the most amusing mainstream live-action comedy since There’s Something About Mary.-Los Angeles TimesWith Meet the Parents, mainstream Hollywood reclaims one of its former strengths. It proves that it still knows how to provide audiences with a good time.-Dallas Morning NewsMeet the Parents builds brilliantly on interlocking comic situations.-Roger Ebert

Saturday April 30th 9pm

Meet the Parents gets its best moments in the friction between De Niro and Stiller. Their screen personas — the intimidator and the hapless smart guy — are a perfect mismatch, and the spark between them ignite plenty of laughs.
-Film.com
 
Alas, poor Focker. He can’t help himself. And we can’t help ourselves from falling about, equally helpless, at this superbly antic movie.
-TIME Magazine
 
Flat-out hilarious.
-Variety

Wonderfully funny.
-CNN

A hilarious hodgepodge of The In-Laws and Annie Hall, in which De Niro gives his best comic performance to date.
-Rolling Stone

It never runs out of steam or ways of inflicting more ignominy on Stiller.
-Philadelphia Inquirer

Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller give the comedy of disaster a nice little workout.
-San Francisco Chronicle

With near-Swiss precision, director/producer Jay Roach … and his writers make sure familiarity breeds hilarity.
-USA Today

A crisply paced romp featuring pitch-perfect performances by adversarial leads Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller.
-Hollywood Reporter

De Niro delivers.
-Sacramento Bee

You couldn’t do much better than to pit De Niro at his most humorlessly imposing against Ben Stiller at his most anxiously eager to please.
-Detroit Free Press

[Roach] does know how to stage discrete comic moments, taking mildly humorous nightmares and turning them into nicely wrought miniatures.
-Salon.com

None of the jokes are forced, which makes Meet the Parents a singular achievement.
-New York Times

A very funny movie.
-New York Post

Roach … knows to play to the movie’s twin strengths: Stiller and De Niro.
-Washington Post

It’s funny. Really funny.
-Mr. Showbiz

This fall’s pleasant surprise.
-Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Possibly the most amusing mainstream live-action comedy since There’s Something About Mary.
-Los Angeles Times

With Meet the Parents, mainstream Hollywood reclaims one of its former strengths. It proves that it still knows how to provide audiences with a good time.
-Dallas Morning News

Meet the Parents builds brilliantly on interlocking comic situations.
-Roger Ebert

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