The In-Laws (2003 film)

The In-Laws ( Original title: The In-Laws ) is an American comedy film from the year 2003.


The CIA operative Steve Tobias must accomplish the wedding of his son as well as a CIA job simultaneously. As interferes even the FBI and the unsuspecting father of the bride is involved, the chaos is complete.


" Largely entertaining, quite infantile spy film for adults who defies its clumsiness and some silly gaffe by a well aufgelegtes ensemble of actors. "

" What was intended as a comic romp, less convinced by the confused and completely implausible story than by the performer. Especially Albert Brooks and Michael Douglas at least still able to save a bit of überkandidelten Klamauks. "


The film is a remake of the film Two in Hell's Kitchen in 1979 with Alan Arkin and Peter Falk. The film was shot in Chicago, Toronto and Cambridge (Ontario). He played in the cinemas of the United States an approximately 20.4 million U.S. dollars.