The long-awaited sequel to the 1994 comedy came 20 years later, and, despite being written and directed by the Farrelly brothers, the movie fell quite short of the original. But no one was expecting a miracle.
Will Ferrell got the gang back together for round two after a lengthy break in the newsroom, but fans were a little saddened to see the movie almost completely replicated its origin story.
We couldn't tell you what the third one was about because the second was such a far cry from the first. Although the first was after Superbad, the second and third were bad enough to erase its good memory.
The Venice Beach bromance was more concerned with its location than its characters. Although we love Paul Rudd, this was up their with our least favorites, if not our very least favorite.
Will Ferrell could do a mean presidential impression, but everyone was expecting a hilarious Ferrell film. To our surprise, he had very few funny lines, and his character was overshadowed by Galifianakis.
What could be worse than a cheesy comedy with Adam Sandler? A cheesy comedies with two Adam Sandlers. He knows what he's doing: making the big bucks.
After a six-year break, we lost our Focker flame when they came back for a final hoorah. Though the first two were significantly hilarious, the third felt like kick to the groin.
How this movie got a sequel is beyond us, but we're guessing it has something to do with Adam Sandler. Kevin James was great on TV, but his films leave a lot of laughs to be desired.
We had a feeling the second couldn't be great, considering we didn't expect the first to be when it was. And as much as we love Rob Corddry, we can only take so many dick jokes (and so much Clark Duke).
The first Zoolander took us a few tries to like, but now it's one of our favorites. The same did not work out for the follow-up.