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July 8, 2016
pretty terrible. Some of the cameos were funny. I hate Rosanne.
October 18, 2015
I will never understand the critics hatred of this film. it's a warm witty easy to watch comedy much as the first one, it's existence is also far more logical than most sequels ( you know many people have more than one child). The themes of childhood insecurity, jealousy and family tension over money are all gently played with and it's a lovely watch. It's a film about babies, if you want explosions go elsewhere but if you like heartfelt comedy give this ago I will add Alley & Travolta are one of the best on screen couples I have ever seen their chemistry is of the charts.
½ July 31, 2015
L'idée de départ est toujours aussi idiote que pour le précédent. En plus du bébé à la voix de Bruce Willis, on y ajoute une soeur doublée par Roseanne Barr, à la mode à l'époque. Encore une fois, Amy Heckerling s'en sort bien mieux qu'elle ne le devrait, grâce à son sens du rythme et de la comédie, qui permet même aux pires gags de ne pas se planter royalement. Kirstie Alley et John Travolta continuent à travailler sur l'alchimie qui a fait du premier opus un si bon fiilm et Bruce Willis est toujours aussi drôle. On y ajoute même Damon Wayans et Gilbert Gottfried dans quelques scènes hilarantes. Look Who's Talking Too est extrêmement ringard, certes, mais il reste un film franchement agréable et bien plus drôle qu'une grosse partie des comédies de cette époque.
½ April 5, 2015
Thought They Would Have Learned The First Time That The Joke Was Well & Truly OVER!!! Avoid Like The Plague..Unless You Have A Really Dull, Bored & Basically Low-Brow Unsophisticated Sense Of Humor..If Any Humor At All.
October 16, 2014
Why make a sequel?
yea the ideas were pretty good but it just didn't live up to the bar set by the first. Rossanes voice was very annoying and the story sucked.
September 25, 2014
One of Kirstie Alley's worst films.
September 3, 2014
While not as funny as the first, and there is a lack of actual content, its still pretty funny.
½ August 25, 2014
Same disturbances of showing the process of birth before and right after (only in the first act), but the good thing is that Willis is the same in bringing laughs of narrating his character's thoughts. Also, Barr's familiar narration brings more laughs, especially the interactions between the two. Even though there were some ridiculous bits, this funny sequel is good like its predecessor. (B)

(Full review coming soon)
½ June 30, 2014
Less then average film, but still somewhat funny.
June 20, 2014
Absolute shite in almost every way. Rarely have cash grabs failed as resolutely as this. I shudder to think what the third one's like.
½ March 21, 2014
a wholly unnecessary and lousy sequel
½ March 4, 2014
Though it has its funny moments, Look Who's Talking Too still doesn't escape from its formulaic story and its unfortunate lack of charm that its successful predecessor had.
February 11, 2014
One of those sequels that's just a rehash of the original.
February 5, 2014
In the sequel, Mikey gets a sister, James (John Travolta) continues to try and be a pilot and Stuart (Elias Koteas) moves in with James and Mollie (Kirstie Alley)

also stars Olympia Dukakis, Twink Caplan, Gilbert Gottfried, Neal Israel, Lorne Sussman and Megan Miller.

directed by Amy Heckerling.
½ January 21, 2014
Really good but as good as the first a 87%
January 6, 2014
Still entertaining enough, but little more than a retread of the original. This time, the reigning queen of annoying, Rosanne Arnold, is along for the ride.
½ September 2, 2013
Who thought having Roseann Barr voice one of the babies was a good idea?
½ August 27, 2013
Barr's voice is hilarious.
½ August 23, 2013
Not very exiting , not really funny , mm
August 4, 2013
Lackluster sequel to the 1989 hit. As I said when I reviewed the first film, the idea of the inner thoughts of a baby can only carry a movie so far, and that movie pretty much pushed it as far as it can go. This time around we not only have Bruce Willis voicing a baby (that should be talking on its own by now), but also Roseanne Barr joins up as the voice of his little sister. Oh and Damon Wayans is his friend. The egg and sperm have a creepy sex conversation too. And Mel Brooks as a toilet. That's right, even the toilet talks. Amy Heckerling tried to make a decent sequel, but it just feels like her ideas are all rehashes. The baby in the womb puppet is way worse this time around for some reason. And the jokes are weaker. It has some moments, but the premise is stretched so thin it is kind of hard to enjoy.
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