Look Who's Talking Too

Synopsis: Mollie and James are together and raising a family, which now consists of an older Mikey and his baby sister, Julie. Tension between the siblings arises, and as well with Mollie and James when Mollie's brother Stuart moves in. Mikey is also learning how to use the toilet for the first time.
Director(s): Amy Heckerling
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.5
Rotten Tomatoes:
14%
PG-13
Year:
1990
81 min
95 Views

Whoa, Wilbur! Here I go!

I'm running pretty good now.

I'm gonna jump.

Oh, I got wings and I'm flying!

TriStar Pictures,

where anything can happen.

Is your diaphragm in?

Okay, now let me see

if I got this straight.

Santa Claus is real,

but ghosts aren't real.

Cowboys are real,

but witches aren't real.

Dinosaurs aren't real,

and monsters used to be real.

Or was it the other way around?

I gotta listen more.

Because it's dark doesn't mean monsters

are coming out. These are my toys.

The same toys that...

I don't remember it having batteries,

but I'm sure that it's fine.

I'm sure that there's a...

Oh, oh.

Oh, my God!

Monsters!

There's monsters in my room!

Maybe I should get

under the covers now.

- I have to get that.

- He'll stop.

- No, he won't stop.

- All right.

- Help! Monsters!

- I'll do it.

No, don't read

your accounting magazines.

- Why not?

- It gets you out of the mood.

Monsters! Monsters!

You behave.

Okay, Mike, I'm coming.

- Monsters!

- Monsters?

There's no monsters.

See? Do you see any monsters?

Well, yeah.

It was Popeye.

Yeah, he was the one.

I'll take that Gumby and I'll knock

him from here to kingdom come.

I think my daddy likes these toys

more than I do.

Who else? Pee-wee? No.

I wonder if he'll do

the flying turd gag now.

Watch out, Mikey, it's a flying turd!

- Go to bed.

- You're crazy.

- Good night, honey.

- Good night. I'll tuck myself in.

- Is that good?

- Why did I call you in here?

Oh, come on, Mollie!

I told you not to read this.

Now get up. Get up, honey.

- Oh, I can't.

- Why?

I got him to go to sleep. We never

get to do it anymore. Please?

Please get up, honey.

- I'm sleeping.

- I know.

You wouldn't have any fun doing it

while I'm sleeping.

Well, it's never stopped us before.

Hey, what's going on out there?

Am I hearing things?

Is somebody there?

- I know where to go, stick with me.

- Yeah, bright idea. Now we're lost.

- Let's go where they're going.

- I been there.

Who is it? Who is it?

What do you want? Go away!

Tail, don't fail me now.

- We're the guys. We're the winners.

- I think I can.

Come on. Let's go. Let's go.

We're in. We're making it.

We're doing it!

Come on, let's go. Keep going.

Keep moving, guys. Please.

- I don't think I can.

- As long as one of us do.

Come on, buddy, help me out.

Oh, no! It's the tadpole squad.

You can't bully me.

You can't get through this diaphragm!

Guys, I found a way through!

Over here by the rim.

Come on, follow me!

Yes!

Hey, buster, how'd you get in here?

This is my womb.

- Get out of here!

- Here we go.

- You know why I'm here.

- Stop that!

- Give it up.

- Stop doing that!

Let me in, baby. Let me in.

Come on, mama. Come on, hot mama.

You're a hot mama!

Hot mama!

Yes! Yes!

Well, here I am.

All conceived and nowhere to go.

You missed. Go wide!

Look out! Missed him.

Hi, honey.

Hi, babe.

Hi, honey.

- What'd you get for me?

- This isn't for you.

This is for you. It is a...

- Don't you think he's a little young?

- That hat's never gonna fit me.

- You tell him.

- I'm not telling him about it.

- You're the guy.

- Forget it.

No. When we have a girl,

I will explain it to her.

Oh, brother!

All right. Here goes.

Mike, this is a potty, okay? When

you want to take a piss you do it...

Don't say piss.

When you want to take

a whiz, you do...

See a man about a horse?

Drain the snake? What do I say?

Pee pee.

- Pee pee's a wimp word.

- No, pee pee is easy for him to say.

When you want to take a pee pee,

you do it in here.

And you do this.

You take it out, okay?

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Amy Heckerling

Amy Heckerling (born May 7, 1954) is an American film director. An alumna of both New York University and the American Film Institute, she directed the commercially successful films Fast Times at Ridgemont High, National Lampoon's European Vacation, Look Who's Talking, and Clueless. Heckerling is a recipient of AFI's Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal celebrating her creative talents and artistic achievements. more…

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