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Look Who's Talking
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Look Who's Talking 1989


From Amazon: This cute, 1989 comedy directed by Amy Heckerling (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) helped keep John Travolta busy during some fallow years and extended America's then-love affair with Bruce Willis, whose voice is the only part of him that appears. Kirstie Alley costars as an unwed mother in search of a suitable man to become her baby's father. Travolta is a cab driver who doesn't match her ideal, but he gets involved anyway. Half the fun comes from Willis's risible reading of the newborn's thoughts. The film was followed by two lesser sequels, Look Who's Talking Too and Look Who's Talking Now. --Tom Keogh

Release Date:October 13th, 1989
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:93 minutes
Box Office Gross: $140,088,813 (US)
$296,999,813 (World)
Directed By:
Amy HeckerlingAmy Heckerling
Written By:
Amy HeckerlingAmy Heckerling
Starring:
Bruce WillisBruce Willis
Kirstie AlleyKirstie Alley
No image existsOlympia Dukakis
George SegalGeorge Segal
No image existsAbe Vigoda
No image existsJoy Boushel
No image existsDon S. Davis
No image existsTwink Caplan
No image existsBrenda Crichlow
No image existsJason Schaller
No image existsJaryd Waterhouse
No image existsJacob Haines
No image existsChristopher Aydon
No image existsLouis Heckerling

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Look Who's Talking Movie Review by Zara (3/6/2007)

There is one winning ingredient if you are going to make a movie about a talking baby. First, don't try to CGI in the lips of the baby moving. That's just plain creepy. Second, it's not all that important that the kid even be good looking, it just needs to have a lot of expressions and those expressions need to get caught...

(complete Look Who's Talking review by Zara)



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