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ashley lee over 6 years ago
Talking babies, that's what's up. The 80s were so weird.
Sasha over 6 years ago
Really good and enjoyable. Especially the dancing and music scenes.
Daniel Jones almost 8 years ago
Oh my god. Talking babies. What genius.
Dylan Clites over 8 years ago
As far as talking baby movies go, you can get a whole lot worse than this.
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Kylie K Harris almost 5 years ago
Look Who's Talking is a 1989 romantic comedy film written and directed by Amy Heckerling and stars John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. Bruce Willis plays the voice of Mollie's son, Mikey. The film features George Segal as Albert, the illegitimate father of Mikey. Mollie Jensen (Kirstie Alley) is an accountant living and working in New York City. The latest client she has been assigned by her firm is a charmingly handsome but shallow, womanizing executive named Albert (George Segal). He seduces her, and although he is married, he embarks on an affair with her, promising to leave his wife for her. Mollie insists that their relationship has to stop; however, succumbing to temptation, she proceeds to have sex with him, and becomes pregnant. Once she realizes this, she informs him, who takes the news well and again promises to leave his wife and raise the baby with her. Until then, she decides to tell her eccentric and overbearing parents that there is no father and that she became pregnant...
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