Look Who's Talking Now (1993)

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This final installment in the Look Who's Talking trilogy is a combination of Make Room For Daddy and The Lady and the Tramp. In the six years since the original Look Who's Talking, Mikey and Julie are now old enough to speak for themselves, so the producers came up with a new gimmick -- talking dogs. The Ubriacco family adopts two surly dogs, Rocks (the voice of Danny DeVito), a street-smart mongrel, and Daphne (voice of Diane Keaton), a snobbish pure bred poodle. The story kicks in with Christmas rapidly approaching and Molly (Kirstie Alley) out of a job. Because of this, her husband James (John Travolta) must work doubly hard to impress his new boss, Samantha (Lysette Anthony). But Samantha, it seems, has hired James for more than what appears in his job description. Samantha contrives a plan to get James to her cabin in the North Woods on Christmas Eve, where she plans to seduce him. James' family races to rescue him from the snowbound cabin, but when their taxi skids off the snow-covered road, it is left to the primal instincts of Rocks and Daphne to save the day. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi
Rating:
PG-13
Genre:
Comedy , Kids & Family
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Studio:
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Cast

John Travolta
as James Ubriacco
Kirstie Alley
as Mollie Ubriacco
Diane Keaton
as Daphne
David Gallagher
as Mikey Ubriacco
Tabitha Lupien
as Julie Ubriacco
Lysette Anthony
as Samantha
George Segal
as Albert
Sandra P. Grant
as Accountant
Sheila Paterson
as Old Waitress
Mark Acheson
as Burly Dad
Serge Houde
as Maitre D'
Michael Puttonen
as Dog Catcher
Robert Wisden
as Ranger
Andrew Airlie
as Co-Pilot
Campbell Lane
as Mollie's Dad
Peter Iacangelo
as Dogs and Wolves
Nick Jameson
as Dog and Wolf Voices
Patricia Parris
as Dog and Wolf Voices
Jeff Winkless
as Dog and Wolf Voices
Ron Gabriel
as Seedy Santa
J.B. Bivens
as Ranger
Patricia Parris
as Dog and Wolf Voices
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Critic Reviews for Look Who's Talking Now

All Critics (23) | Top Critics (7)

One nagging point: Pic seems aimed at kidvid market, but it revels in its ongoing references to open sexuality, including a reprise of opening credits that run over a microscopic view of squirming sperm. Very tasteful.

Full Review… | February 25, 2009
Variety
Top Critic

The preponderance of nudging innuendo was enough to earn the film a '12' certificate, thus excluding the audience of younger children who might otherwise have enjoyed the movie.

Full Review… | June 23, 2006
Time Out
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A movie so eager to shine that it arrives draped in several layers of sentimental tinsel and cutesy-pie decorations.

May 20, 2003
New York Times
Top Critic

The first film had maybe a shred of realism to flavor its romantic comedy. This one looks like it was chucked up by an automatic screenwriting machine.

Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Chicago Sun-Times
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A crude and mawkish film in which dogs attempt to communicate with Kirstie Alley and John Travolta.

Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Washington Post
Top Critic

This film has little to recommend itself.

Full Review… | December 31, 1999
ReelViews
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Audience Reviews for Look Who's Talking Now

Look Who's Talking Now open my eyes to realize that: dog movies sucks!

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

Super Reviewer

½

Jesus Christ! As if the failure of the second film was proof that one was enough, this one tries to go even cuter by having fucking dogs talk. Not only is that incredibly silly, it's really dumb and even more pointless. This film is not funny, the performances are lacking, and I can't really find a lot to enjoy with this one: it's tired, dull, and a waste of time.

Chris Weber
Chris Weber

Super Reviewer

Saw this once. That was enough.

Tim Salmons
Tim Salmons

Super Reviewer

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