So many things about this movie are so, so wrong that it's almost right.
director Bob Clark and screenwriter Gregory Poppen don't shoehorn in nearly as much innuendo or smarminess this time around; they're equally stingy with charm and imagination.
Whoever gave this the green light should be spanked.
| Original Score: 0/4
This is a film so thunderingly unfunny that it makes 'White Chicks' look like 'Blazing Saddles.'
| Original Score: F
What uncaring parent would waste their children's time taking them to see this nonsense? ... And what incriminating photos do the producers have of Jon Voight?
| Original Score: 0/4
has no redeeming qualities
| Original Score: 1/5
Seems to want to espouse family unity and good parenting, or at least, the unhappy results of parentless children.
The action sequences are phony-looking; the dialogue sounds largely improvised on the fly; the laughs are few and far between; and the acting ... is, to put it kindly, wooden.
Entirely too convoluted for kids and implausible even by the standards set by the original concept.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Whatever wit could be mined from the idea of breaking the code to baby talk was exhausted in the original Baby Geniuses five years ago.
| Original Score: 1/4
The shtick is as stale and over-processed as expired Froot Loops, with references that were dated even when the original was released.
The sort of incoherent mess that invariably goes straight to video.
It is perhaps the most incompetent and least funny comic film ever made. There aren't even any good diaper jokes.
More than just another sequel that no one was clamoring to see, this is that rare follow-up that's actually twice as good as the original and is still a piece of junk.
There's what one can only hope is the last-ever Matrix tribute/theft, plus a mostly unfunny stew of references to the Three Stooges, Popeye, Mary Poppins, and even Casablanca. The overall effect is ghoulish.
Features even more toddlers acting in a way only collectors of velvet paintings will consider irresistible.
This is not so much Look Who's Talking as Look Who's Walloping.
One of the worst comedies ever.
Falls short on nearly every level.