"Meet the Parents"
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This paper introduces, discusses and reviews the film, "Meet the Parents," directed by Jay Roach. The paper discusses the characters, plot and storyline of the film. It looks briefly at the production value of the film, the cinematography, the relationship between the characters and the costumes used in the film. The writer concludes that he would recommend this film to people who are looking for a cute, romantic comedy.
From the Paper:"I would recommend this film to people who are in love, and want to see a cute, romantic comedy that would be appealing to them. I would also probably recommend it to anyone who was getting ready to "meet the parents" to show them what not to do during their visit. This isn't a film I would add to my permanent DVD collection, because I think once you've seen it once or twice, the gags are pretty much done, and you know how it ends, so what's the point? I think the acting is very good, and Robert De Niro is very convincing as the scary, retired CIA guy who can't leave his job behind. He's just controlling enough to be scary, and just human enough (with his obsession with the cat) to be human and sympathetic. I'd recommend this film to friends if they haven't seen it, and I might even watch it again, but I wouldn't sit through it more than once more, it's just not that kind of movie."
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"Meet the Parents" (2008, August 20) Retrieved May 27, 2016, from http://www.academon.com/film-review/meet-the-parents-107096/
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