The In-Laws
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Right before his daughter's wedding, a mild-mannered foot doctor discovers that his future son-in-law's father is a free-wheeling international spy.... (Full plot summary below)

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Right before his daughter's wedding, a mild-mannered foot doctor discovers that his future son-in-law's father is a free-wheeling international spy.

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by William Arnold Douglas brings a hilarious kind of Gordon Gekko assurance to his character, and Brooks' long-suffering, naggy persona -- which hasn't had a showcase this strong since "Lost in America" -- sparks off it like Hope with Crosby.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Michael O'Sullivan Subtle it's not. Still, the film, directed by Andrew Fleming ("Dick"), gets large and plentiful laughs where it's supposed to.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalle Relies on comic formula -- but does so with more than usual panache.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James Berardinelli A remake, done right, was not a bad idea. And, fortunately in this case, it has been accomplished with some flair. The result is a lightweight source of entertainment that maximizes humor and minimizes serious stuff.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 8/10 by Ray Conlogue But uneven acting isn't fatal here, since Andrew Bergman's screenplay is strong enough and Andrew Fleming's direction seamless enough to carry it forward.
L.A. Weekly - 7/10 by John Patterson Fleming's more than passable, often extremely funny remake.
Washington Post - 7/10 by Ann Hornaday This is a movie that starts silly and just gets sillier -- at one point Candice Bergen shows up with a Buddhist monk -- but its laughs are sweet-natured, and Heaven knows the lead players earn every one.
TV Guide Magazine - 6/10 by Angel Cohn Fans of the original may be disheartened by this glossier, action-packed version, but the brisker pacing and showy shoot-'em-up scenes are exactly what will appeal to the film's target audience.
Premiere - 6/10 by Jill Bernstein Albert Brooks is expertly cast as a hopelessly neurotic, fanny-pack-wearing podiatrist.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 6/10 by Steven Rea This In-Laws feels, in the end, formulaic and unnecessary, especially when the original is yours for the renting at the video store.
Chicago Sun-Times - 5/10 by Roger Ebert Seems conventional in its ideas about where it can go and what it can accomplish. You don't get the idea anyone laughed out loud while writing the screenplay. It lacks a strange light in its eyes. It is too easily satisfied.
Entertainment Weekly - 5/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum While much of The In-Laws feels stuck in time, what really does it in is the script's boring, modern sensitivity to fatherhood, and bonding with one's kids, and all that enlightened parenthood crap.

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