Hollywood becomes less and less original it seems every year. It could be due to the fact that executives get nervous about spending money on a new type of movie because let’s face it, movies are expensive to make and there are a lot of movies that are more box office flops than a box office hit. Some of that blame has to go to the movie going public though because whereas some of the best movies each year are more independent or art-house productions, the vast majority of us would rather see something we know or is just plain eye candy on the screen. Universal Pictures brings us the third outing of the Focker clan in Little Fockers. Looking to regain the charm of the first film, does it?