This time, a new baby is on the way, and its a girl. Wrapped together with the standard conflict between mother and father, Mikey engages in a bit of sibling rivalry with his new sister, voiced by Roseanne.
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Several years ago, late in the night, I was driving across country, goingthrough Colorado or perhaps Kentucky. Suddenly a car appeared beside me;there were lights, sirens, shouting. I pulled over and was immediatelydragged from my vehicle by a half dozen armed men. A hood was pulled overmy head and I was beaten, badly. Finally I passed out, but soon after woketo find myself tied to a chair, a glistening spotlight in my bloodshot eyes. A large man with large fists approached me, his soulless eyes like silverdaggers poised to sink into my very soul. Then the questions began. Have Iseen this movie? Have I heard of it, read the book? What did I think itwas about? Did I like the cast, the music, the sets? So many questions. Iwondered in my haze of pain and confusion who were these men. Much later Iwould divine that they were the publicity department, trying out a newtactic of promotion. Who'd have guessed! Every few years I go back to thisfilm, to remember what I've been through and how it has affected my life. Iguess the promotion worked.
Being a fan of the first movie, I loved this addition. I love Roseanne as the voice of Julie. Of course, John Travolta and Kirstie Alley are great together. Of course, sequels are never as good as the original but this one is definitely worth watching.
How can you not love talking babies?! Especially when they have the voices of Bruce Willis and Rosanne! A great watch and a great addition to the first Look Who's Talking which I also own. I can watch this movie over and over and still laugh my butt off! Especially John Travolta doing Elvis!
Mikey(Bruce Willis(voice)and Lorne Sussman) is now a two year old. Hislife is perfect. He has a mother, a father and now on it's way is hisbaby sister Julie(Roseanne Barr). Mollie(Kirstie Alley) and James(JohnTravolta) are so happy together. But when Julie is born Mikey has awhole new perspective about baby sisters. He now has problems with hisparents. His sister even resists him. But in the end it turns alright.Mikey saves her and they live happily ever after.This is a movie to show your two year old son that is now in the modefor potty training. For Mikey has a few terrific dreams about Mr.Toiletand using the potty. A good movie to let your children watch. Nothinggraphic except a little butt is shown.
This is a very funny movie and perfect for families. Both kids and parents will enjoy it!
i could go on and on.i can not believe everybody else's reviews,this is one of the cutest and funniest movies i have ever seen.dont listen to their reviews.this movie was very entertaining
I liked the first one. but this one i saw in an empty cinema it soon becameobvious why i was alone.this is poor moviemaking. its not thought out. Itsarushed job and a botched one at that.Travolta and cast get well paid.whilewe just get endless music videos.its only a short movie about the samelength of a disney animated movie.However this feels a lot longer.Painfullybad.
Contrary too many reviews, I believe that this movie was just as cute and funny as the original. This is an enjoyable and entertaining movie for children as well as adults.
Pointless and annoying sequel to the smash-hit from 1989 has Baby Mikey(voiced by Bruce Willis) trying to cope with the birth of his new sister(the obnoxious Roseanne Barr). Kirstie Alley and John Travolta return astheclueless parents in this gigantic waste that is too childish to intrigueitsaudience. The film uses toilet humor and strange situations to try to getpeople into its twisted story, but nothing works in this yawner. Anyone forturkey? Turkey (0 stars out of 5).
I was disappointed with this movie. Not that I don't like this kind ofcomedy, I loved the first one, but this just doesn't live up to that.It's not the kids' fault though. Mikey is still a cutie, and he's got somegood jokes, although I don't get the speaking arrangement - he says a wordor two himself, and then it suddenly switches to the male voice. I thinkthey should have chosen either or. This was just annoying.Roseanne as the voice of little Julie is GREAT, and there are some reallygood parts with her(like the visit to the doctor). But where is she for mostof the movie? There is so much of the parents fighting and problems with thegoofy brother-in-law that it seems the kids take a second seat in this film.I was bored at times with the long fighting scenes. They were neitherinteresting nor funny. The pregnancy was fast-forwarded through - I supposethey had no more ideas for it after the first movie - and Mikey's jealousyfor his sister gets less attention than the potty training(which is far lessinteresting). The burglar story is too unbelievable to be funny. And the"music video" parts are weird - why are there so many songs? the Elvisimpersonation is pretty cool(by John Travolta), but the rest of the "classicpop songs" should have been left out.There are some really cute sister-brother scenes, but this movie could havebeen so much better, funnier, and more interesting if they had let the kidsplay the main role. Now it's pretty disappointing. Some good laughs, but notenough to save the movie. I give it a 5 out of 10.
I haven't seen this movie in years but got a double pack of this one and "Look Who's Talking." Between the two, Mollie and James (Kirstie Alley and John Travolta) were more interesting as a couple (before all the usual complaints about being parents came into play) in the first one. However, I did enjoy the sibling rivalry/love between Mikey and Julie in the sequel, but really Julie stole this whole movie. That little girl (there were girls playing her but I'm talking about the one who cried about the penguin and laughed at her mother doing the duck hand movement) was absolutely adorable. Those little fat cheeks made me want to hug her through the screen. She was very cute, and considering I have always been a big fan of Roseanne's comedy, this was an easy win for me. Cute baby. Great comic. I couldn't get into the grown-ups though. The brother moving in. The parents. Bleh. Not interested. The kids though? Yeah, I liked them.
We looked to rent "Look Who's Talking Too" in numerous video stores and could never find it. We were able to rent "Look Who's Talking" (the original) and "Look Who's Talking Now" (the 3rd in the series). So when we were able to purchase "LWTT", we did. It's as much fun as the original. Our kids (age 13 and 10) enjoyed this movie alot. They know John Travolta from "Grease", "Saturday Night Fever", etc. and Kirstie Alley from "Cheers", commercials, etc. but never saw any of the "Look Who's Talking" movies. We'd recommend this to anyone who's a fan.
Original director Amy Heckerling returns with John Travolta, KirstieAlley and many more of the original cast for what turns out to be moreof the same with this sequel."Look Who's Talking Too" just brings us a repeat performance in thetrue tradition of disappointing sequels. The plot merely goes throughthe motions and only delivers a movie that actually manages to be evensillier than the first. Bruce Willis returns as the voice of 'Mikey',and he's joined by Roseanne Barr who lends her voice to 'Mikey's newbaby sister, 'Julie'. But neither one manage to raise any laughs in avery unsatisfactory film.Saturday, July 25, 1992 - Video
The first LOOK WHO'S TALKING movie wasn't much of a movie. It was a one-joke premise stretched to ninety minutes. It was only occasionally funny.But yet, we have a sequel. Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis) now has a baby sister, Julie (voice by Roseanne). Same jokes, kids. Only with potty training thrown into the mix. Some inspired casting using Mel Brooks as the voice of Mr. Toilet Man and Gilbert Gottfried as a kids' gym instructor, but it's still a pitiful film.The worst part is that there's a third one.
This sequel was really dumb it was much like the first one except now Mikey has a sister, and it also shows a scene where Mikey is talking to a toilet that talks. I can't beleive I wasted my money to go see this crummy movie in the theater when it came out along time ago. It had a bad plot and terrible acting. Whatever you do don't see the third one it's terrible, stick with the first one.
(Credit IMDb) This time, a new baby is on the way, and it's a girl.Wrapped together with the standard conflict between mother and father,Mikey engages in a bit of sibling rivalry with his new sister, voicedby Roseanne.Nowhere near as bad as the atrocious follow-up to this, but stillpretty mediocre to say the least. The concept which worked so well inthe entertaining first film, feels tired and unwanted here, despite afunny opening, and a couple of key scenes involving Bruce Willis andhim voicing Mikey. As charismatic as Travolta is, him and Kirstie Alleycannot work the magic they did in the first movie. Who in there rightmind would find Rosanne funny? Her voice is not only grating to theears, but I'm going to respectfully say her hit T.V show has alwaysbeen overrated. The finale itself is ridiculous and unbelievable and Ijust couldn't get past it. I also felt the subplot with Travolta andKirstie Alley being separated over Koteas to be a bit silly. That beingsaid, it's not the horrid follow up Look Who's Talking now is, butthat's faint praise in itself.Performances. John Travolta can only do so much with the lame material.His charisma kept me watching, but just barely. He and Alley work welltogether but they are defeated against the script. Kirstie Alley isgood but her role feels tired this time, and I didn't sense the urgencyor lovable qualities she possessed in the fist movie. Elias Koteas isOK as the gun obsessed brother, but nothing more then that. Heespecially looked silly at the end. Bruce does great as Mikey again,giving the movie some needed laughs, but Roseanne as I stated ishorrible. Bottom line. A couple of laughs do not make a solid follow-up. Theyshould have quit while they were ahead, but since this made a decentamount of cash, they made a much worse follow-up. I'd tend to strayaway from this one, stick with the original.4 /10
This is a cute movie. It was a good sequal to the Look Who's talking Movie.
The first one was the best. But this one is pretty good too. At least you get to see John Travolta move his hips along to Elvis' songs around the Baby Gym!The babies mouths tend to move while Bruce Willis and Roseanne Barr do the voice-overs. Because of that, it can get very distracting.Other than that, this movies is, as well, a very adorable one and a keeper!
Excellent.What makes it more funny than the first one is the children'ssibling rivalry!Its so funny.I would say I like it equal to the firstone because they both have the same qualities as to what makes it agood film.In this film Mollie and James accidentally conceive little babyJulie.And with Mikey having to accept not having his parents all tohimself anymore he also has to accept being potty trained.While allthis is going on Mollie's brother Stuart comes to .stay which resultsin Mollie and James arguing and splitting up.But in the end they get back together!
In this second installment of the "Look Who's Talking" series, baby Mikey isback with a little sister along for the ride. Mikey has succeeded in gettinghis mom together with his ideal dad, James, only to find out that his mom ispregnant! Soon baby Julie is born, and Mikey feels like he's been left inher shadow. To make matters worse, Mollie's slovenly (but amusing andendearing) brother Stuart arrives for a visit, driving an even bigger wedgein a rift between Mollie and James. Along the way, Mikey faces thechallenges of toddler-dom, including potty training and siblingrivalry.One of the highest points in this film is the wonderful chemistry betweenKirstie Alley and John Travolta. The two make a good pair and an excellentfeuding couple when they face off. Also adding to the charm of the film areits costars -- Elias Koteas as Stuart, and returning players from Look Who'sTalking: Twink Kaplan as Mollie's gal pal Rona, and Olympia Dukakis asMollie's feisty mom Rosie. But truly the shining glory (if it can really becalled that) in this film are the kids. The little boy who plays Mikeyexhibits an impressive talent for someone of his age -- if only everyonecould get a 2 year-old to do exactly what they wanted, parenting would be somuch easier! Also, the baby chosen to portray Julie for most of the film wasabsolutely one of the most adorable children I have ever seen. Of course,though, let's not forget what makes these children so likeable -- theoutstanding actors who give them their voices. Bruce Willis returns as thevoice of Mikey, while comedienne and then-sitcom star Roseanne gives voiceto the hilarious baby Julie.If at all humanly possible, I try to find the good in all films, and on thewhole, I found Look Who's Talking Too to be a warm and delightful familyfilm -- fun for parents to watch with the kids, although as always, parentsshould exercise guidance before watching with kids -- the film carries aPG-13 rating from the MPAA for its adult-oriented humor. Although it's not afilm festival favorite or an Oscar contender, it's a fun enough way to spenda Friday night. The plot is light, but the film never tries to be anythingmore than what it is. On the whole, I'd give the film a 7 out of 10,although I voted it a 10 out of 10 on the site, if only to boost up theaverage rating of 3.6 I feel it unjustly received. A good rental anddefinitely a great addition to your family's video collection.