Look Who's Talking Too

  • 15
  • Amy Heckerling (1990)
  • US
  • 76 min
Look Who's Talking Too
Film Review
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2 out of 5

The original Look Who's Talking was an inspired example of high concept Hollywood movie-making. But, inevitably, they just wouldn't let the idea lie, and, although this sequel succeeded in reuniting the stars of the first movie, it is a pallid retread. The twist this time around is that precocious Mikey (voiced again by Bruce Willis) gets a baby sister (vocals courtesy of Roseanne Barr), but, just to be doubly sure, director Amy Heckerling throws in a couple of other big name "cameos" - Damon Wayans (the voice of Eddie) and Mel Brooks (the voice of Mr Toilet Man). Kirstie Alley and John Travolta have very little to do, although the latter is given a dance number, and a worrying strain of sentimentality starts to seep through.

Plot Summary

Comedy sequel to the blockbuster Look Who's Talking, starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. Mikey is still trying to cope with the trials of potty training when he is presented with another bombshell: he is to get a sister. And, as if that wasn't enough, relations between his parents James and Mollie aren't going so well, either.

Cast and crew

Cast

James
John Travolta
Mollie
Kirstie Alley
Rosie
Olympia Dukakis
Stuart
Elias Koteas
Rona
Twink Kaplan
Mr Ross
Neal Israel
Mikey
Bruce Willis
Julie
Roseanne Barr
Eddie
Damon Wayans
Mr Toilet Man
Mel Brooks

Crew

Director
Amy Heckerling

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Theatrical distributor: 
Columbia Pictures
Guidance: 
Edited for some of its language.
Available on video and DVD
Certificate 15
Categories
Comedy

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