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Look Who's Talking
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Look Who's Talking

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Director: Amy Heckerling

Cast: John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Olympia Dukakis

 

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It's infant matchmaker time in Columbia TriStar Home Video's release of Amy Heckerling's Look Who's Talking. Viewable in either 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan and scan, this disc offers audio rendered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround and French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English, Spanish

Overview

It's infant matchmaker time in Columbia TriStar Home Video's release of Amy Heckerling's Look Who's Talking. Viewable in either 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan and scan, this disc offers audio rendered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital Surround and French Dolby Digital Surround with optional English, Spanish and French subtitles. Extra features include a theatrical trailer.

Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Look Who's Talking gets by on the ease of the lead actors, and the arch delivery of Bruce Willis. The premise is sitcom material at best (as a failed television adaptation proved), but one of the reasons movie stars become stars is that they are able to elevate average material. Making one of his many comebacks, John Travolta is as warm and likable as he has been in any film. His character is equal part (non-criminal) con man and family man, but Travolta communicates an innate goodness that is appealing. Kirstie Alley, best known at the time for replacing Shelly Long on Cheers, does what she can with the least interesting of the three main characters. Bruce Willis walks off with the movie without ever appearing on-screen. His delivery was obviously reminiscent of his work on Moonlighting, but devoid of the sexual innuendo which made it click with a wide audience. Coming on the heels of Die Hard, this film showed another layer of Willis' talents. Look Who's Talking is far from a classic, but it is a well-made lighthearted comedy.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/17/1998
UPC:
0043396791091
Original Release:
1989
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround]
Time:
1:35:00
Sales rank:
8,870

Special Features

Languages: English, Spanish, French; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; Scene selections; Widescreen and full-screen formats; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Travolta James Ubriacco
Kirstie Alley Molly
Olympia Dukakis Rosie
George Segal Albert
Abe Vigoda Grandpa
Bruce Willis Mikey
Jason Schaller Mikey
Jaryd Waterhouse Mikey
Jacob Haines Mikey
Christopher Aydon Mikey
Twink Caplan Rona
Casey B. Grant Admitting Clerk
Joy Boushel Melissa
Don S. Davis Dr. Fleisher
Louis Heckerling Lou
Brenda Crichlow Secretary
Andrea Mann Salesgirl
Douglas Tuck Cab Stealer
Oscar B. Ramos Hospital Worker
Aurelio di Nunzio Orderly
Jeff Irvine Admitting Doctor
Shirley Barclay Nurse
William B. Davis Drug Doctor
David Berner Mr. Impatience
Jerry Wasserman Mr. Anal
Daliah Novak Carrie
Zena Darawalla Lupe
Nicholas Rice Harry
Blu Mankuma Director
William Britos Home Orderly
D.J. Jackson Burly Orderly
Mollie Israel Little Girl
Gerry Bean Pilot Friend
Deryl Hayes Pilot Friend
Enid Saunders Ester
Joan Rivers Julie [uncredited]
Alex Bruhanski Street Worker
Neal Israel Mr. Ross

Technical Credits
Amy Heckerling Director,Screenwriter
Rick Avery Stunts
Barry W. Brolly Set Decoration/Design
Debra Chiate Editor
Reuben Freed Art Director
Bob Gray Producer,Production Manager
Jeff Greenberg Casting
Brenda Johnston Consultant/advisor
Mary Ann Kellogg Choreography
David Kitay Score Composer
Sid Kozak Casting
Jonathan D. Krane Producer
Molly Maginnis Costumes/Costume Designer
Todd McIntosh Makeup
Graeme Murray Art Director
Bill Orr Special Effects
Ralph Parker Musical Direction/Supervision
Thomas del Ruth Cinematographer

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:56]
2. Stomach flu [1:25]
3. "You need hands" [:55]
4. Mollie's family [1:00]
5. Unplanned pregnancy [2:32]
6. Inseminated [1:02]
7. "And she was" [1:32]
8. "Beth..." [2:51]
9. Melissa [2:12]
10. In labor [3:04]
11. At St. Jerome's [4:12]
12. Nursery thoughts [1:07]
13. Slight swelling [3:59]
14. Cold and wet [4:29]
15. Father search begins [5:26]
16. Going for a ride [3:00]
17. "Honey, I'm home." [2:14]
18. "When I grow up" [1:02]
19. Something in common [3:35]
20. A date with Harry [1:14]
21. "Walking on sunshine" [3:47]
22. "Stayin' alive" [1:47]
23. "Town without pity" [3:04]
24. Grandpa's new place [2:25]
25. Flying lessons [1:07]
26. "Daddy's home" [3:57]
27. With Albert [2:48]
28. The kid's father [4:23]
29. Fatherly advice [2:17]
30. Visiting Daddy [3:35]
31. "Do you love James?" [1:05]
32. Problem with Grandpa [3:13]
33. On the loose [1:50]
34. In pursuit [3:20]
35. End credits [5:02]
Side #2-Full Screen
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [4:56]
2. Stomach flu [1:25]
3. "You Need Hands" [:55]
4. Mollie's family [1:00]
5. Unplanned pregnancy [2:32]
6. Inseminated [1:02]
7. "And She Was" [1:32]
8. "Beth..." [2:51]
9. Melissa [2:12]
10. In labor [3:04]
11. At St. Jerome's [4:12]
12. Nursery thoughts [1:07]
13. Slight swelling [3:59]
14. Cold and wet [4:29]
15. Father search begins [5:26]
16. Going for a ride [3:00]
17. "Honey, I'm home." [2:14]
18. "When I Grow Up" [1:02]
19. Something in common [3:35]
20. A date with Harry [1:14]
21. "Walking on Sunshine" [3:47]
22. "Stayin' Alive" [1:47]
23. "Town Without Pity" [3:04]
24. Grandpa's new place [2:25]
25. Flying lessons [1:07]
26. "Daddy's Home" [3:57]
27. With Albert [2:48]
28. The kid's father [4:23]
29. Fatherly advice [2:17]
30. Visiting Daddy [3:35]
31. "Do you love James?" [1:05]
32. Problem with Grandpa [3:13]
33. On the loose [1:50]
34. In pursuit [3:20]
35. End credits [5:02]

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Look Who's Talking 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
aww such a cute part even the beginng.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I could watch Look who's Talking a millon times and still love it It's a child hood movie to me The reason I like this movie is cause I love children and babies their so cute and The litte boy Mikey is adorable in this movie I do love kids I wish i had a child Look Who's Talking is the best
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie was absolutely adorable. little mikey with bruce willis as his voice was absolutely funny especially when he came out of the womb and screamed looking at all these people! and john travolta what can i say? he's come a long way since welcome back carter and i found myself falling in love with him all over again! dance with me john, dance!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a favorite of mine because it has cool actors and it is a fun baby movie.A comedy to love.
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