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The baby, while growing inside Mollie, begins to make voice-over commentary. In her ninth month, while out shopping, Mollie and her friend Rona catch Albert with another woman, and Albert admits he does not plan to stay with Mollie. The heartbreak and stress cause Mollie to go into labor.
A taxi driver speeds through downtown traffic to get her to the hospital in time. Mollie becomes a dedicated single mother and Mikey continues his commentary, using an "inner voice" which can also communicate with other babies. She meets the taxi driver, James, again at her apartment building. Over the course of the next year, the two develop a friendship and tentative romantic relationship. James tells Mollie that he loves her, but she says she only wants what is best for Mikey, that rushing into things is how she got into trouble, and kicks him out.
Mollie is forced by her boss to continue working with Albert, which complicates matters further. At the playground, Mikey is told by his friends what "daddies" are and he realizes he wants James to be his father. James comes to the apartment and tells Mikey that he will not be around any more, and Mollie listens over the baby monitor as he pours his heart out to Mikey, who admits he will miss James, too.
She leaves Albert behind for good and makes up with James. Meanwhile, Mikey wanders off on his own, searching for James when he sees a taxi cab outside. After making his way out to the alley, he gets into a car which then gets towed away with Mikey inside it, while Mollie and James search frantically for him. After spotting him, James and Mollie give chase in his cab and eventually cut off the tow truck, but discover Mikey had gotten out of the car and is now standing in the middle of heavy traffic.
James and Mollie run to reach him and take him to safety, where Mikey unofficially asks James to be his father by saying his first word "Da-da". James and Mollie realize that Mikey already sees James as his father, and they decide to give it a chance, kissing passionately while Mikey considers telling them he needs a new diaper.
The film received mixed reviews. The critical consensus reads: " Look Who's Talking holds some appeal thanks to its affable stars and Amy Heckerling's energetic direction, but a silly script doesn't allow wit to get a word in edgewise". The film was released in the United Kingdom on April 6, , and topped the country's box office that weekend.
John Travolta , Kirstie Alley , and Olympia Dukakis are the only actors to appear in all three films in the series. Moritz was planning to reboot the series , with the Mikey character now grown up and the father of the baby in the film. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Look Who's Talking disambiguation.
Brenda Crichlow Secretary as Secretary. Andrea Mann Salesgirl as Salesgirl. More like this. Storyline Edit. Double-crossed, the lovelorn and very pregnant New York City accountant, Mollie, gets into James' cab and rushes to the hospital to give birth, after a failed attempt at love with a sleazy and self-centred businessman. Suddenly, Mollie is a single working mum--and what is even more disheartening--she has to embark on the nearly impossible quest to unearth the ideal father for her outspoken boy, Mikey.
Could the perfect father be James, Mikey's favourite babysitter? Now all he has to do is find himself the perfect daddy. Did you know Edit. Trivia According to Kirstie Alley in her memoir, she fell in love with John Travolta during filming, but she stayed faithful to her husband. Goofs In the cab, on the way to the hospital, Mollie shouts that her water just broke and James looks back apparently seeing a mess, but when she gets to the hospital, her overalls are perfectly dry with no evidence of her water breaking.
Quotes James : Are you thinkin' what I'm thinkin'? Crazy credits After Pete Townshend's "Let My Love Open the Door" finishes playing, the remainder of the end credits have absolutely no other music or audio playing during them. This was restored to all later releases.
User reviews 76 Review. Top review. Well I'll be damned This is certainly not my sort of film, but after my girlfriend began complaining we always watch my movies, I prepared myself for 90 minutes of fake laughter and smiling to keep her happy, after all who else was I gonna take to see the new 'Clint' movie out. However the opening scene with the tadpoles set the way for 90 minutes of top notch comedy, not exactly a laugh a second sort of comedy like Scary Movie or The Naked Gun, but a more all round sort of comedy where most gags hit the mark, certainly a major difference to Scary Movie!
The casting is spot on, one of the major differences to the sequel. Bruce Willis is a great choice to play the voice of Mikey, and John Travolta is fantastic. But for me it was George Segal who stole the show for me, playing Mikey's real father, who in his words is going through a 'selfish phase'. Everything That's New on Hulu in April There's a whole lot to love about Hulu's streaming offerings this month—get excited for brand-new series premieres and some of our favorite comedies and dramas.
FAQ 5. What is "Look Who's Talking" about? Is "Look Who's Talking" based on a book? How many children did Albert have with his wife? Details Edit. Release date October 13, United States. United States. Daddy's Home. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Box office Edit. Technical specs Edit. Runtime 1 hour 33 minutes. Dolby SR. Related news. Apr 15 Slash Film. Apr 14 The Guardian - Film News. Contribute to this page Suggest an edit or add missing content.
Mollie, a single mother, wants the perfect man who can take care of her and her baby, Mikey. Later, baby Mikey gets vocal on life and on the love between his single mother and a cab driver. Look Who's Talking is a American romantic comedy film written and directed by Amy Heckerling, and starring John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. Look Who's Talking Too is a American romantic comedy film and a sequel to director Amy Heckerling's comedy Look Who's Talking.