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Parents' Guide to

Look Who's Talking Too

By Andrea Beach, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Comedy sequel has lots of cursing, sex, stereotypes.

Movie PG-13 1990 81 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 2+

One of my fav. Childhood movies

Whomever did the critique on this movie is way off base and obviously easily offended. I grew up on the look who's talking franchise and all 3 movies are awesome. Granted there's sexual situations (not much), language and adult humor, but if you think your kids arent exposed to worse on YouTube , fb or whatever app or site they are using, your delusional and out of touch with today's technology and society. Just watch it first and if you feel it's too much for your kids, then dont let them watch it.

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age 10+

enjoyed it.

love this movie just as good as the first one the 90's brings back memories.

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Is It Any Good?

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Unfortunately, despite the same director and the same strong cast, this sequel doesn't muster the same silly charm that made Look Who's Talking so popular. The jokes in Look Who's Talking Too at best just haven't aged well and at worst are in bad taste. Mature situations, sexual content, and strong language keep it from being a good family choice. Add to that a plot full of holes, a weak script, and a cast that doesn't seem that enthusiastic either, and there's not much reason to spend an evening watching this movie.

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