Look Who's Talking, Too (1990)




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Amy Heckerling repeats the successful formula of Look Who's Talking in this sequel, with the addition of John Travolta singing "All Shook Up" to a group of nursery schoolers and Mel Brooks cast as the voice of a toilet. The film begins with James struggling to support his family. He stills wants to become an airline pilot, but in the meantime is driving a cab. His wife Molly (Kirstie Alley) is struggling too, as a busy accountant. The strain is showing on their marriage, but then Molly becomes pregnant again, giving birth to a daughter named Julie (voice of Roseanne Barr). When the new baby arrives back home, their son Mikey (voice of Bruce Willis) has to contend not only with the new intrusion but also with Mr. Potty (voice of Mel Brooks). ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi
PG-13 (adult situations/language)
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Kirstie Alley
as Mollie
Elias Koteas
as Stuart
Neal Israel
as Mr. Ross
Megan Milner
as Julie (1 year)
Georgia Keithley
as Julie (4 months)
Nikki Graham
as Julie, as a Newborn
Mel Brooks
as Mr. Toilet Man
Paul Shaffer
as Taxi Businessman
Steven Dimopoulous
as Fire Chief
Heather Lea Gerdes
as Hot Babe on Fire Escape
Noelle Parker
as Woman Client
Douglas Warhit
as Man Client
Terry David Mulligan
as IRS Inspector
Randy Aaron Fink
as Cute Guy
Don S. Davis
as Dr. Fleischer
Morris Panych
as Arrogant Businessman
Dorothy Fehr
as Blonde
Robin Trapp
as Cool Chick
Rick Avery
as Burglar
James Galeota
as Punk Baby
Frank Totino
as Candy Man
Coleman Lumley
as Blonde Baby
Mollie Israel
as Mikey's Dream Friend
Alicia Mizel
as Slob Child
Alex Bruhanski
as Needle Doctor
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February 3, 2005
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January 31, 2005
Star-Democrat (Easton, MD)

Audience Reviews for Look Who's Talking, Too

Not quite as entertaining as the first, but watchable all the same, with Roseanne Barr joining the cast voicing the new addition to the family.

Lady D'arbanville
Lady D'arbanville

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An unnecessary sequel that tried hard, but ultimately failed. This film isn't completely without merit though- the cast is pretty okay. The main problem is that the idea is not bad, but it's not important. The original was fun and cute, and ended on a fine note. This just tries to top that...and fails.

Chris Weber
Chris Weber

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Not a great sequel.

Tim Salmons
Tim Salmons

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