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75

TV Guide

Thanks to the ingenious voiceover, however, Look Who's Talking is a genial, entertaining film.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Look Who's Talking is full of good feeling, and director Amy Heckerling finds a light touch for her lightweight material.
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70

Los Angeles Times

The movie but, rather surprisingly, given the gimmicky premise, it's not gag-me-with-a-pacifier cute nearly as often as it is genuinely...
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70

Time

By Richard Corliss
Sassy but never cynical, Mikey is first seen, through some cunningly simple special effects, as a kind of hot-rodding sperm cruising up the...
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63

San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Stack
Look Who's Talking plays baby-picture cute almost beyond the limits of the tolerable, but it has enough spark and intelligence to be a very...
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60

Empire

By
Despite the amiable charms of the central couple of Cheers' Kirstie Alley and a back-from-the-dead John Travolta, it is director...
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50

Chicago Tribune

By Allison Benedikt
Though the film has a plot a simpleton could follow, its hallmark is confusion. Its sense of time and place and its point of view are...
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50

Boston Globe

By Jay Carr
Before long, it runs out of steam, playing like the pilot for a TV sitcom called "Baby Knows Best." [13 Oct 1989, p.37]
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50

USA Today

By Susan Wloszczyna
Heckerling stoops to the obvious at times and there are two car chases too many. But Look Who's Talking never insults the intelligence of...
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25

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
This flabby comedy deserves only one thing: to fall on its fat one.
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Willis Willis <3

By fostermandi
If it says Willis will be in it I AM THERE!...