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In the third installment of the hilarious Meet The Parents series, Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) is still trying to balance his family and a career in medicine while remaining in the “circle of trust” of his disapproving father Jack Byrnes, played by Robert De Niro. In addition to capturing the ultimate battle between son and father-in-law the Blu-ray and DVD of Little Fockers offers a bounty of digital goodies. Here are five reasons to add Little Fockers to your movie collection now!””;Kyte.Embed.altpath=””;window.kyteplayer=new Kyte.Player(“”,{appKey:”default”,width:416,height:312,p:”1763″,s:1262187,tbid:”136″});

5. Alternate Opening:

In this romantic intro Greg Focker is renewing his vows to his wife Pam and his nemesis Kevin is his best man. But instead of reconfirming his commitment, Greg might need to be committed.

4. Alternate Ending:

Six months after the twins’ spectacular fifth birthday they become part of a new kind of family tree. Kevin is dating the hot pharmaceutical rep and Andi Garcia has made some interesting changes for her new beau.

3. Deleted Scenes:

Among the many outtakes we see that the Fockers’ new house is under siege by a disparate team of handy men, The Fockers make sweet music in a tent, a Tesla roadster cameos as a Prius killer and Kevin channels his inner Icarus.

2. Bonuses:

The Blu-ray Combo Pack comes with three different ways to catch up with the Focker family: a Blu-ray disc, a DVD and a Digital Copy of the movie. Plus, you’ll get instant access to stream a free bonus movie. With cutting edge tools like BD Live and the Pocket Blu app you can use your smartphone to control Blu-ray features from your iPhone or Android handset.

1. Making Of The Godfocker:

It’s been ten years since the original Meet The Parents and the cast and crew give viewers an intimate peek into their own family reunion on set. Director Paul Weitz, along with the actors and producers involved with the film, share their many inspirations and memories of choosing the next “The Godfocker.”