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Look Who's Talking Now 1993 PG-13 CC

4.3 out of 5 stars (86) IMDb 4.2/10

Now that the kids finally know how to talk, this family is going to the dogs! Includes the unique voice talents of Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton.

Starring:
John Travolta, Kirstie Alley
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Tom Ropelewski
Starring John Travolta, Kirstie Alley
Supporting actors David Gallagher, Tabitha Lupien, Lysette Anthony, Olympia Dukakis, Danny DeVito, Diane Keaton, George Segal, Charles Barkley, John Stocker, Elizabeth Leslie, Caroline Elliott, Vanessa Morley, Sandra P. Grant, Sheila Paterson, Amos Hertzman, Mark Acheson, Gerry Rousseau, Kyle Fairlie
Studio TriStar Pictures
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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What can I say? Possibly my all-time favourite film, it comprises childish playfulness with mischeivous adult humour whilst reinforcing core values of love, loyalty, family and best of all, Christmas! Not a film for stuffy old scrooges, but if you can get past the talking dogs (and at one point talking sperm as well!) you will see it as one of the most beautiful and heart-warming films ever made. A part of the Look Who's Talking series, but 's really no need to watch the other two films first, Look Who's Talking Now stands alone as a masterpiece.

James Ubriacco (John Travolta) is a happy-go-lucky chap who gets through life mucking about and making people laugh. Not the usual example of one of life's high-flyers, James gets offered his dream job as a pilot but only because the rich blonde president of the company, Samantha LeBon, fancies him! But she's got her work cut out trying to seduce him, as James is already married to the beautiful Molly (Kirstie Alley) who he adores, and although she gets a little frustrated with his joking around, the two are very much in love, living happily with their two endearing children, Mikey and Julie. On hearing how desperate Mikey is for a dog, Samantha gives James her French poodle, Daphne (a bitch in every sense of the word) just as James has bought Mikey a mongrel dog, Rocks, from the rescue home. This annoys Molly who didn't want a dog in the first place, and she is lumbered with two dogs while scheming Samantha is flying James all over the world and never letting him home. But as Samantha's plans become more devious and James is forced to spend Christmas away from home, will temptation overcome him or will he make it home for Christmas? Or will Christmas make it's way to Daddy...?
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HI, This movie is soooo teriffic and funny!!!!!!!!! Its charming adventurus and romantic!Funny!It might be old but who cares this movie is awsome and it has dogs in it wow who would of thought of that!well the movie is about a boy named mikey and his sister Julie they each get a dog but mikeys dog is getting naughty the mother (Kristie Alley) tells them whatever one gets really bad goes! so then their dad (John Travolta) begs her to not give mikeys dog back!she doesnt listen! and gives him away!then while their dad is at work his kids want him to come home for christmas but he keeps on getting tricked and held back by this lady samantha!so now he cant get home! To find out the rest you have to watch the movie ! THIS IS A MUST SEE AND BUY!
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i can not believe all these reviewers are giving this one star.i can not believe this.this one was the best in the series.please see it.i really mean it,i can not beliieve these reviewers.see this movie,it is great
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For a while HBO would show this movie 4 or 5 times a day, but I could never resist watching it again and again whenever I came across it. John Travolta and Kirstie Alley are so endearing, and the kids are hilarious. Anyone who has siblings can understand the hilarity behind their sibling rivalry. The dogs, or course, are the best part, voiced by Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton. This movie is great for kids or adults. Kids get to enjoy the talking dogs and adults (at least females) get to look at John Travolta. :)
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i absolutely love these movies and where they took you. i remember watching these movies as nolstagia sake.... i am catch into that phrase recapturing the feel of the first time i partaken movies that are old, but new in the spirit of what i felt they were as i watched them growing up and loving the involvement of my imagination of what are babies actually thinking
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By A Customer on June 23, 2000
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I Like This Movie. It Is Better Then The First 2. I Like The First 1 Alot But I Gaved It Five Stars Like This One. This One Has The 2 Cute Dogs In It. Also The Returning Parents Of Mikey And Julie: Kirstie Alley And John Travolta. This Movie Is Not Stupid Or Booring. It Is Great.
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A Kid's Review on July 28, 2003
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Look Who's Talking Now is my favorite in the series of Look Who's Talking Movies - Danny DeVito and Dianne Keaton are a real treat playing the dogs, the plot is very enjoyable, Kirstie Alley and John Travolta make this movie shine, i especially like the dream sequences between the two.
This movie is an underated must-see movie!
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We have watched this movie countless times, and each time we view it, it's as enjoyable as the first. Kirstie Alley and John Travolta make the perfect team. They are as funny as the children, and so are the two dogs. We love this movie as much as 'Look Who's Talking' which was laugh-out-loud entertainment from start to finish.

Danny DeVito as Rocks and Diane Keaton as Daphine entertain as much as the parents, and children. The little girl is adorable, and we already fell in love with Mikey in 'Look Who's Talking.' Kirstie loses her job, and John Travolta finds the best job he ever had. However, his female boss hires him for more than one reason, and both John and Kirstie are faced with a problem, until it gets resolved later on.

Mikey no longer believes in Santa, John is never home, and Kirstie takes matters in her own hands. Since John cannot come home for Christmas, Kirstie and the children, including the two dogs, bring Christmas to John. An adventure begins in the cold, deep snow as the family tries to reunite.

This movie is fun for the whole family, and entertains with humor from start to finish. The movie also portrays compassion and love within the family unit, and is filled with holiday spirit. Highly recommended!
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