In Look Who's Talking Too, little Mikey figures he's got it made after uniting his mother (Kirstie Alley) with the dad of his dreams (John Travolta). But instead of family bliss, Mikey gets the biggest surprise of his life - a baby sister. In this hilarious sequel to Look Who's Talking, Bruce Willis returns as the voice of Mikey, while Roseanne Barr's voice delivers baby Julie's delightful wisecracks. Together, these's fast-talking tots face a series of kiddie dilemmas, including the trials of potty training, their parents' marital squabbles and an inevtiable - but very funny - dose of sibling rivalry. As this loving family is about to learn, twice the trouble is also twice the fun.
If nothing else, the powers that be behind this terrible sequel to the 1989 hit Look Who's Talking
will be divinely punished for abusing John Lennon's "Jealous Guy" on the soundtrack. Until then, it's better to push memories of this movie to the back of one's memory. John Travolta and Kirstie Alley reprise their roles from the earlier film, but this time their married relationship is in trouble for sundry reasons. Adding to that complication is the arrival of a new baby (whined by Roseanne Barr) to join the previous one (quipped by Bruce Willis). Mel Brooks and Damon Wayans add their voices to those of some other kids, but this hastily patched-together follow-up wouldn't be funny no matter how may comic minds you threw in the mix. Between the shoddy script and miscasting of Barr, there's enough doom to go around in this thing, but an opening-credits sequence that manages, through crummy special effects, to turn a sperm's path toward an egg into a nauseating experience doesn't help. Stick with the original. --Tom Keogh
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