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Look Who's Talking Too (1990)

This time, a new baby is on the way, and it's a girl. Wrapped together with the standard conflict between mother and father, Mikey engages in a bit of sibling rivalry with his new sister.

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Rosie
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Rona
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Voice of Mikey (voice)
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Voice of Julie (voice)
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Voice of Eddie (voice)
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Voice of Mr. Toilet Man (voice)
Lorne Sussman ...
Mikey
Megan Milner ...
Julie - 1 year
Georgia Keithley ...
Julie - 4 months
Nikki Graham ...
Julie - newborn
Danny Pringle ...
Eddie
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Storyline

Mollie and James are together and raising a family, which now consists of an older Mikey and his baby sister, Julie. Tension between the siblings arises, and as well with Mollie and James when Mollie's brother Stuart moves in. Mikey is also learning how to use the toilet for the first time. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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PG-13 | See all certifications »

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14 December 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Mira quién habla también  »

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$47,489,074
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Richard Pryor was offered the voice role of Eddie, but turned it down due to ill health. See more »

Goofs

The shaving cream on James' face disappears when he picks up Julie. See more »

Quotes

Julie: Well here I am, all conceived and nowhere to go.
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Crazy Credits

At the beginning, the Tri-Star Pictures horse is talking about running and when he starts to fly he says "I have wings! Tri-Star Pictures - Anything can happen!". Later in the film the same Tri-Star Pictures theme is used. See more »

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Features Look Who's Talking (1989) See more »

Soundtracks

Are You Lonesome Tonight
Written by Roy Turk & Lou Handman
Performed by Elvis Presley
Courtesy of RCA Records
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They've Got a Double Hitter!
13 January 2015 | by See all my reviews

It's very rare that a sequel will be as good as the original, but they achieved that in "Look Who's Talking Too." Congratulations on a job well done! Michael Travolta and Kirstie Alley were excellent choices for James and Mollie. The casting was good, the music brought back happy memories (I watched it 14 years after it was made), and the story line was fun. Because Mollie's feelings and the ups and downs of raising children were depicted so well, I suspected the story was written by a woman. Sure enough, Amy Heckerling both wrote and directed it. Bravo, Amy! You know? I bet babies and toddlers really DO think many of those things. Now I'm eager to watch the third movie in this trilogy.


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