This movie had a lot of promise but failed. We enjoyed the first movie, "Meet the Parents" and expected something similiar. We brought our son, and got up and left mid-way through the movie. The story line was crude, explicit, full of sexual innuendo, and never got out of the gutter. SOme of the funny site gags were not enough to salvage this movie.
This movie is hilarious(unlike it's predescessor Meet The Parents which was stupid and boring). I know that a lot of people thought that this wasn't as good as the first one but it was way better! But, it is a bit worse for kids than the first one was because it has A LOT of crude humour.
I was expecting a real sequel to the first movie, but it seems that they resorted to insane amounts of sexual humor for this movie. It went from a family movie, to an adult sexual comedy.. I wouldn't go see this with my family
I love this website and it’s usually correct however in this movie it does show a bus of girls dressed inappropriately and some of them remove their tops and show almost the entire breast. My kids and I were both shocked and I want others to know
Parent of a 5, 12, and 16 year oldWritten byChris T.January 1, 2018
Leans to much on sexual humour...
First things first, if you let your kids watch Meet The Parents then you probably think the sequel is going to be fine but in reality it has frequent strong sexual content that will make you feel uncomfortable throughout, such as strap-on breasts, a woman giving a man a massage that looks very questionable, and many other weird references. Also, the story was very disappointing and I think personally, it's better to just watch the first and leave it at that.
Back when I was a child; I'm 36, this movie would have been rated 'R.' It's amazing how our society has become so accepting of movies with so much sexual content. There is a lot of adult sexual humor and adult situations.
This movie is definately under rated! My spouse and I both agree that this movie is not kid appropriate. It is full of explicit, sexual, adult, crude humor and situations. Parents should watch the movie first and then decide whether their children should watch it or not.