"Look Who's Talking Too" is the 1990 sequel to the original film "Look Who's Talking", starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. In this amusing and sincere family funny, the primary characters, James (Travolta) and Mollie (Alley) welcome a brand-new baby into their lives, successfully turning their previous twosome into a trio. What makes it special is the twist that their newborn, along with his toddler sibling, keep the audience amused with their witty internal dialogue, voiced by popular stars Bruce Willis and Roseanne Barr.New Additions to the Family
The film starts as Mollie gets pregnant once again. Her and James' first child, Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis), is now a talking toddler, supplying a fun and special perspective on the world. As the couple awaits their new child, Mikey is delighted about getting a new sibling, daydreaming that it would be an infant bro to have fun with. Nevertheless, his dream is shattered when the new baby ends up being a sister called Julie (voiced by Roseanne Barr). Their hilariously comedic inner ideas and remarks provide an entertaining angle to the story.Household Drama and Relationships
As James and Mollie struggle with their recently expanded household, they likewise deal with marital troubles with each other. The stresses of being a parent, financial difficulties, and issues about cheating put a strain on their relationship. Throughout these challenges, their problems are amusingly contrasted by the often-naive yet comedic perspectives of Mikey and Julie. Contributing to the drama is Mollie's intrusive mom, who frequently provides unsolicited guidance and reveals a clear bias towards Julie because she's a girl.
In addition, the movie does not simply concentrate on sibling competition but includes a subplot about potty training Mikey. James takes the lead in this occasionally complicated job and eventually manages to get the job done, providing an amusing yet sensible look at the trials and accomplishments of parenting.Climax and Conclusion
In the climax of the movie, James and Mollie separate after a huge argument. Throughout this separation, a possibly fatal accident almost befalls Mikey and Julie, leading to the couple reconciling for the sake of their children. The incident makes them understand the significance of putting their distinctions aside and coming together for their household. In the heart of the crisis, Mikey and Julie also mend their relationship, realizing their love and need for each other as brother or sisters.
The motion picture concludes on a high note, with the family reunited gladly under one roof.Overview
In conclusion, "Look Who's Talking Too" develops on the distinct idea of its predecessor, using an amusing and heart-warming point of view on family characteristics, brother or sister relationships and the obstacles and rewards that parenthood can bring. The follow up effectively keeps its original appeal by providing the world from an infant's perspective, resulting in a number of hilarious moments throughout the movie. This, in addition to the wonderful efficiencies by John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, and the voice stars, make the film a charming and entertaining expedition of growing households and the trials they deal with.