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Look Who's Talking Now

Look Who's Talking Now

Look Who's Talking Now is a heartwarming and humorous film that was released in 1993. Directed by Tom Ropelewski, this delightful family comedy is the third installment in the Look Who's Talking series. Starring John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, and a talented canine cast, this movie is a treat for both kids and adults alike.

In Look Who's Talking Now, we follow the lives of James and Mollie Ubriacco, played by John Travolta and Kirstie Alley, as they navigate the challenges and joys of parenthood. This time, however, the story takes a lighthearted twist as the family's adorable pets, Rocks and Daphne, hilariously express their own thoughts and perspectives on the situations around them.

John Travolta, known for his versatile acting skills, brings his charisma and comedic timing to his role as James Ubriacco. His portrayal of a loving father and husband brings warmth and relatability to the character. Kirstie Alley shines as Mollie Ubriacco, effortlessly portraying the ups and downs of being a mother and spouse. Their on-screen chemistry adds an extra layer of charm to the film.

Another standout feature of Look Who's Talking Now is the delightful voice acting by the pets. Rocks, the Ubriacco family's lovable mutt, is voiced by Danny DeVito. With his signature raspy tone, DeVito brings a mischievous and playful energy to Rocks, making him an endearing and memorable character. Daphne, the family's newfound furry friend, is voiced by Diane Keaton. Keaton's voice perfectly captures the elegance and sass of Daphne, adding depth and humor to the film.

The movie takes us on a wild and entertaining journey as Rocks and Daphne find themselves in various misadventures. From getting lost in the snow-covered wilderness to outsmarting a pair of burglars, their escapades are sure to keep you entertained and laughing throughout the film. Look Who's Talking Now also explores themes of family bonds and the importance of communication, making it a heartwarming experience for viewers of all ages.

As the movie progresses, we witness how the Ubriacco family faces new challenges, including financial difficulties and career setbacks. However, with the help of their furry companions, they find strength, resilience, and, most importantly, love. Look Who's Talking Now is a reminder that sometimes, the support and love we receive from our pets can be just what we need to overcome life's obstacles.

The film's soundtrack perfectly complements the storyline, adding to the overall viewing experience. With catchy tunes like "Walking On Sunshine" by Katrina and The Waves and "All Alone On Christmas" by Darlene Love, the music enhances the film's playful and energetic atmosphere. These soundtracks are not only a joy to listen to during the film but can also be played and downloaded here, allowing fans to relive the magic of Look Who's Talking Now anytime they want.

In conclusion, Look Who's Talking Now is an enchanting family comedy that combines humor, adventure, and heartfelt moments. With a stellar cast led by John Travolta and Kirstie Alley, the film tells a heartwarming story of love, family bonds, and the powerful connection between humans and their pets. The voice talents of Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton bring the lovable pets, Rocks and Daphne, to life, adding charm and laughter to this delightful film. Whether you're a fan of the Look Who's Talking series or simply looking for a fun and heartwarming movie to enjoy, Look Who's Talking Now is a must-see. So sit back, relax, and let the Ubriacco family and their furry friends entertain and warm your heart. And don't forget, you can play and download these sounds here, so the joy of Look Who's Talking Now can follow you wherever you go.

A cactus, honey.
A CEO of a corporation is looking for a certain demeanor...
A dog!
A dog? We've been through this.
A jacket's not a teddy. This is a teddy.
Actually, it's two pages.
After six years, we're still jealous.
Ain't it the truth.
All he did the whole time...
All right, bye.
All right, good. Now, wasrt that fun?
All right, you chipmunks, ready to sing your song?
All right.
All right. Go back that way and get help.
All right. I hope you're right.
All right. I know a shortcut.
All right. I'll tell the kids.
All right. Which way?
Already? That's a crock.
Although I wouldn't mind seeing her decomposing body by the river.
Alvin?
And another one!
And as I was telling Mollie...
And dirt. Can I go with you? I like you. Please?
And he said, "That thing's been following me all day!"
And how come Rudolph's nose glows? What is he, radioactive?
And how could reindeer fly?
And I believed them.
And I know you'll treat it well.
And I see there's no slice of lemon.
And I whine a little bit, sure. Who doesn't?
And I'll be there for dinner, I promise.
And now he is. I hate it.
And one of the wolves chomped on my beeper. Look at it.
And that is a major business liability.
And then you guys sing and guard the presents, okay?
And they all totally spazzed out. Bunch of wimps.
And this is for the table.
And what do you want for Christmas, little boy?
And you could save money. He could babysit.
And you smell beautiful, Daphne. Oh, honey pie!
And, James, before the wolves...
Answer me this: Why is it that I can trust you...
Are we? Right.
Are you all right?
Are you going to wear that on a job interview?
Are you gonna trust that dinky bulb on your face or my nose? Come on!
Are you kidding?
Are you okay? Are you okay, honey?
At least I don't have vermin building condos in my fur.
At this rate, you won't have fur. That kid's giving you a bald spot.
Baby, you are so jumpy. Let her alone. She looks happy.
Back off, this ain't your business.
Bad dog! Stop!
Bad dog.
Bad smell.
Bald butted dog.
Bash Brothers!
Be right back. Ralph!
Because that's what he left in the back seat.
Because, those guys who come to sell stuff, he could chew their legs off.
Bedtime.
Bedtime.
Begging is so gauche.
Better than your mother knew your father.
Big room. Wonder where the walls are.
Bingo.
Brains aren't everything.
Buck, buck, I'm a chicken!
Bug, bug, bug.
But as I was just saying to Samantha...
But I don't want another dog. You're my dog.
But it was before we... Oh, I'd give anything to take it back.
But it's nice to have a warm place to come back to.
But Rocks is hurt!
But there is no...
But those people can.
But wait. Where are the dog dishes?
But we live in this teeny apartment, and it wouldn't be fair to a dog.
But we need a master to open the door.
But you know what it's like?
But you know what?
But you said he was real.
But you're hurt. Come back to the car.
But, Mom, we need a dog.
By the way, I never asked you... What's your name?
Bye bye, sweetheart.
Bye bye? You can't leave me with these people.
Bye.
Can I play?
Can I take a dump in your hat?
Can I talk to Mikey?
Can you excuse me?
Catch you later. I got a date with a cute Pekingese on Park Avenue.
Cats. Can't live with them, can't eat them.
Chicago.
Christmas list in September? What is that?
Christmas list.
Christmas stinks.
Come here, you studmuffin!
Come here. Where are you?
Come on in.
Come on, come on.
Come on, come on. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Come on, come through for me, will you?
Come on, guys!
Come on, Julie. Cheer up. How about a pre Christmas present?
Come on, now. You don't believe that.
Come on, we're almost there.
Come on.
Come on. Can't we work out some kind of deal?
Come on. Everybody can dance.
Come on. I'm sorry.
Come on. You're the cutest thing on four legs.
Come over here. Look.
Come say bye to Daddy.
Come to papa!
Congratulations.
Corny kind of funny.
Courage, Daphne, courage. You'll be rid of him soon.
Daddy doesn't fly... Daddy.
Daddy flies.
Daddy said, "poo."
Daddy, tell me a story.
Daddy, will you put the presents in the car?
Daddy!
Daddy.
Damn! Honey...
Damn.
Daphne, beg up.
Daphne, sit.
Den. Don't even think about loving on me, pal.
Did you get off early from work?
Divorce?
Do I want to play teacups?
Do try the duck.
Do you like them because you think they can fly?
Do you mind staying in Boston a couple of days?
Do you really think so? Well, maybe a little Chinese.
Do you think we're dreaming?
Doctor Dolittle couldn't train this dog.
Does this mean we can do whatever we want to do in the dream?
Dog.
Doggie dish at 12:00. I'm coming in.
Dogs are smart. We could teach him stuff.
Don't be. This is nothing.
Don't get fresh!
Don't get out of this bathtub! Julie!
Don't give him the satisfaction.
Don't leave. Please make yourself at home."
Don't let happen to him what happened to the gerbils.
Don't let him see your fear.
Don't say anything to anybody.
Don't say that in front of Julie or anyone in class.
Don't tell the guys.
Don't tell them you still drive a cab.
Don't torture your mother, honey.
Don't worry, he has special radar.
Don't worry. Mommy's just playing.
Don't. I don't want you to love me yet. Not yet!
Easy. You're a lousy human being.
Eating and running are my two favourite things.
Every night we go through the same thing.
Everybody just hold it! I think I have an idea.
Ex cuse me. I was valedictorian.
Ex cuse me. Mistress? Please wake up.
Excellent. Good.
Excuse me, but we were having an affair.
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me. I couldn't help overhearing.
Excuse me. This is a special evening. I'd like a bottle of Cristal.
Face like a Mack truck, but what a body.
Fatter people. This is good.
Financially, you don't need to worry about a thing. You see...
Finland.
Firm...
First, you think they're not good enough.
Flying? Honey, you can't fly.
Flying.
Food? You going for food?
For 17 days, then he was rescued. What does that have to do with this?
France? James...
Freight.
Fresh meat, fresh meat, fresh meat.
Gentlemen, would you excuse me?
Get me out of here!
Get that skinny man out my spaghetti.
Get your hand away. I'll do it. I got it.
Getting fired.
Give it up, kid. Come on!
Give me a break.
Give me kisses.
Go ahead.
Go bug your teacher.
Go on, Mother. So, what happened?
Go! Daddy won't come to Christmas, Christmas will come to Daddy.
God forbid, it wasrt Bob Hope.
God, I hope he doesn't blow it.
God, I'm wrong! Oh, man! To even think you'd go for a guy like me!
Gonna get some treats from the cabinet? Get some for me too.
Good night, Prancer. Good night, Dancer.
Good night.
Good night.
Good shot, huh?
Good.
Good. Make a scene. Here, throw this in her face.
Good. Quick, quick, slow. Good.
Good. Thanks, doll. And a Merry Christmas to you too.
Good. That makes me the cute one.
Goodbye, Mollie.
Gosh, she forgot her pocketbook. Hey, Samantha!
Got any treats? I'm into treats.
Gotcha. Come on now, boy. No trouble.
Great. If he chews anything else...
Great. The Cornball Family.
Hang on!
Have a lovely, lovely evening.
He and Ms. Fortune 500 are shacked up...
He did it!