Look Who's Talking Now

Synopsis: In this, the third film, it's the pets who do the talking. The Ubriacco's find themselves the owners of two dogs, Rocks, a street wise cross breed, and Daphne, a spoiled pedigree poodle. James has a new job, pilot to the sexy and lonely Samantha. Mollie's just lost hers and is stuck at home.
Director(s): Tom Ropelewski
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  1 win & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

Don't get out of this bathtub! Julie!


Julie Christina Ubriacco!

You're dripping suds

all over the place.

Come here. Where are you?

I don't want to brush my teeth.

I brushed them Saturday.

You'll have plants

growing out of your mouth.


Are you all right?

This is why we don't run around

all wet.

I don't want to go to bed.

- You got to go to bed.

- I went to bed last night.

How many times a week

do I have to go to bed?

Once upon a time, there was a princess

and she moved to Queens. The end.

That's not a story.

It is tonight. Good night.

- Change partners.

- Do-si-do.

Daddy, tell me a story.

Two nuns walk into a bar...

- James!

- What?

Oh, man.

- Night-light!

- Night-light!

Damn! Honey...

...did you leave that truck there?

- Mikey did it.

- Good night, Julie.

Mom, want to play teacups?

No, I don't want to play teacups.

Good night.

Good night.

Do I want to play teacups?

Man, am I exhausted!

I know. I feel like I can't move.

Every night we go through

the same thing.


What is that look?

Are you kidding?

Honey, no.

They're not even asleep yet.

- They will be.

- No, they won't.

They're probably outside the door,

playing teacups.

Wait. No. Honey...

...they're probably right outside.

Lock the door.

Oh, Mollie.

Oh, James.

- Oh, Princess.

- Oh, Trooper.

It was a lovely evening.

Was? I take you to the best

dumpster in town...

...and all I get is a lick

on the cheek?

I'm not that kind of spaniel.

Come on. You're the cutest thing

on four legs.

I think you're wonderful, but...

...I can't.

Wait! Princess.

I didn't want to tell you...

...but I'm going to the vet tomorrow.

I may not make it.

Oh, Trooper.



Yes! I am the king!

The king of the kennel!

Losers! Losers!

Who cares?

She was a dog anyway.

There's another one! Go for it!

Don't tell the guys.

Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Oh, boy!

And another one!

They're all over!

Come to papa!

What will the girls

at the hydrant say?

Ma, check it out.

I got these things on my face to open.

I can see!

I can see...

...wrinkly butts!

They're not mine.

They're your brothers and sisters.

Good. That makes me the cute one.

So how did this happen?

How did this happen?

Look, here come the three kings.

It must be a miracle.

- Who were they?

- They're my masters.

They're hideous.

They're just big dogs who walk funny.

You take care of them.

I don't want any stupid masters.

Someday you will.

I'll never get my figure back.

It's Cycle Four for me.

What are you colouring?

Christmas list.

Christmas list in September?

What is that?

A dog? We've been through this.

But, Mom, we need a dog.

Because, those guys who come to sell

stuff, he could chew their legs off.

That would be nice, but...

And you could save money.

He could babysit.

You know dogs can't babysit.

Dogs are smart.

We could teach him stuff.

Yes, we could.

Like, how to pick up your room.

- Cool.

- Cool.

I'll tell you what I will do.

I promise you

that we will buy you a dog.

And I know you'll treat it well.

But we live in this teeny apartment,

and it wouldn't be fair to a dog.

What if Santa thinks it is?

Let's talk after school.

You always say that.

You always bug me.

Bug, bug, bug.

Go bug your teacher.


Snap out of it, honey.

Arert you bored with that tape yet?

- It's good.

- It's good? With a pass to Julie...

...up she goes.

She scores a hundred million points.

Most girls are obsessed with ponies,

not sweaty men making jump shots.

Should we be worried? Mike?

It's the Suns. If it were

the Mavericks, I'd be worried.

Let me look at you.

- I don't know about the tie.

- What?


You haven't seen the whole effect.

Look at this.

It does this.

Are you going to wear that

on a job interview?

- It's a joke.

- I know it's a joke.

- No, you didn't.

- Yes, I did.

This is the tie I'm going to wear.

That is a joke.


They'll know my wife put me in

this suit. It's the colour of poo.

Daddy said, "poo."

Mike, what do you think of this suit?

- You look like my principal.

- Even he thinks it's stupid.

He isn't offering a dental plan.

This isn't me. I want to be myself.

You won't get this job

if you're yourself.

I didn't mean it to sound that way.

A CEO of a corporation is looking

for a certain demeanor...

...in a corporate pilot.

Don't tell them you still drive a cab.

Let me drive. Sit in back

and act like you don't know me.

- And don't tell long stories.

- I won't talk.

- You can talk, but, James...

- What?

- Don't tell jokes.

- I'm funny.

- You are funny, in sort of a...

- Corny.

Corny kind of funny.

Bash Brothers!

Look out for that pud...

Sorry about the suit.

My son kind of splattered me

this morning.

We were doing this kind of

"Bash Brothers" thing...

It's not spit-up or anything.

It's just...


Frankly, Mr. Ubriacco, your rsum

is not very extensive.

I know that.

Yet people who have flown with you

insist that I meet you.


I'd be interested to know why.

May I?

Mr. Martin.

I know why he recommended me.

We're on this flight,

and they're having a party...

...and singing that English song:

You know, you're English.

I get on the microphone and say:

You had to be there.

God, I hope he doesn't blow it.

When he gets nervous, he gets honest.

And that is a major

business liability.

- I think he'll be okay.

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Tom Ropelewski

Tom Ropelewski is an American screenwriter, producer and director. He is best known for films Look Who's Talking Now, Loverboy, The Next Best Thing and The Kiss.He is married to screenwriter/producer, Leslie Dixon.In May 2006, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Ropelewski and Evan Katz were hired to write the script for an action film entitled Game Boys for Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films. However, as of June 2018, the project remains in development hell. more…

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