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Look Who's Talking Now

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Now that the kids finally know how to talk, this family is going to the dogs! On the way to rescue James from a snowbound cabin, Molly and her kids's taxi skids off the snow-covered road; and now it is left to the primal instincts of two dogs, Rocks and Daphne, to save the day.
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Pasadena Weekly

August 02, 2003

For losers
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ColeSmithey.com

November 06, 2005

Don't bother.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

A movie so eager to shine that it arrives draped in several layers of sentimental tinsel and cutesy-pie decorations.
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Juicy Cerebellum

February 23, 2003

I like dogs, but this movie is almost bad enough to be one.
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

A crude and mawkish film in which dogs attempt to communicate with Kirstie Alley and John Travolta.
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TV Guide
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February 25, 2009

While formulaic and predictable, the parallel human and animal plots offer enough dream sequences, guest star appearances, musical interludes and holiday spirit to keep both children and adults moderately entertained.
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Variety
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February 25, 2009

One nagging point: Pic seems aimed at kidvid market, but it revels in its ongoing references to open sexuality, including a reprise of opening credits that run over a microscopic view of squirming sperm. Very tasteful.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

February 03, 2005

This must be stopped.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

The first film had maybe a shred of realism to flavor its romantic comedy. This one looks like it was chucked up by an automatic screenwriting machine.
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F5 (Wichita, KS)

June 16, 2004

A sequel to Look Who's Talking; the concept says it all.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

The preponderance of nudging innuendo was enough to earn the film a '12' certificate, thus excluding the audience of younger children who might otherwise have enjoyed the movie.
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ReelViews
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January 01, 2000

This film has little to recommend itself.
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