Meet the Parents () - IMDb
Meet the Parents is a American comedy written by Jim Herzfeld and John Hamburg and directed by Jay Roach. Starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller, the . Now Apocalypse / U.S.A. (Director: Gregg Araki, Executive Amber Sealey) — With her self-absorbed parents distracted by their recent divorce. Gregg Sulkin ("Alex Meets The Parents") Mason is a purebred werewolf, unlike one of Justin, and Max track him down to a trailer with country wizards living in it. Alex finally decides that she wants to meet Mason's parents since they've.
Explaining how Ben Stiller came to be cast in the role of Greg, Roach states: The film's script was initially written with Jim Carrey in the role of Greg and contained much more physical comedy, something that Stiller did not think would be successful with himself playing the role. She ultimately lost the role to Teri Polo because the filmmakers "didn't think [Watts] was sexy enough".
Jinx the cat was played by two five-year-old Himalayan cats named Bailey and Misha sometimes written as Meesha . The American Humane Association oversaw the filming of all scenes where the cats were used and ensured the animals' obedience and well-being by keeping two trainers and a veterinarian on set at all times.Meet The Fockers - Trailer
The name was written into the script after Jim Carrey came up with the idea for the Focker surname during a creative session held before he abandoned the project. The filmmakers were asked if they had made up the name or if they can prove that such a name exists. The aspect ratio is 1.
English language audio tracks available with the film are a 5. Additionally, English language subtitles are provided as well. The director discusses issues that include working with the cast, utilizing the best camera angles for comedic effect, discussing scenes that were improvised and scenes that were scripted, and commenting on issues surrounding shooting on location.
The editor speaks about putting together the best functioning comedy from material that was filmed and discusses some deleted scenes that were excluded from the DVD release. In addition, the DVD features a twelve-minute outtake section, three minutes of deleted scenesand Universal's Spotlight on Location featurette. Spotlight on Location is a standard minute-long featurette about the making of the film which includes interviews with the cast members and contains behind-the-scenes footage.
Trust Me () - IMDb
A region 1 "Bonus Edition" was released on December 14, and contains three additional featurettes: Samantha Jayne, Arturo Perez Jr. Samantha Jayne — Poems for the young, broke and hangry.
Stephen Frears — Every week before their weekly marital therapy session, estranged couple Tom and Louise meet at a pub to try and get their story straight for the therapist.
With each successive episode we piece together how their lives were, what drew them together and what has started to pull them apart. World Premiere Wu-Tang Clan: Sacha Jenkins, Executive Producers: They encounter wild success and heartbreak along the way to becoming the most recognized musical movement in the world — all while walking the tightrope that links business with brotherhood. All members of the Wu-Tang Clan. Made in America, and The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.
Season 52 Preview The documentary series returns. Celebrate the art of nonfiction storytelling as the creators of Documentary Now! Post screenings, they will share their insights into these two episodes from the upcoming season and about the game of paying loving homage to documentary filmmaking.
Their stories expose the fundamental connection between personal and political and raise the question: Gregg Araki, Executive Producers: Terence Nance, Kamasi Washington, Bradford Young — The cosmic journey of sacred youth, during which pain, pleasure and sublimation are non-negotiable.
Christopher Good — Jenny breaks free from a toxic friendship and learns to harness her magical, useless superpower. Sky Hopinka — Told through recollections of youth, learning, lore, and departure, this is an imagined myth for the Indian Pipe Plant, used by the Ho-Chunk to revive those who have fainted. Rockwell — Elizier, an emotionally-dejected new enrollee at The Edward R.
Mill School for Boys, must overcome memories of a tragic past and present hazing by his peers in order to tackle larger issues dominating his young life. Mary Evangelista — Teenage lovebirds Fran and Angie spend the summer at home while Fran begins their transition. They must face who and what they mean to each other when they visit the beach, their love on display for all to see.