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  • 25
    Peter Travers Rolling Stone

    This flabby comedy deserves only one thing: to fall on its fat one. show more

  • 63
    Peter Stack San Francisco Chronicle

    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 likable, occasionally riotous romantic comedy. [13 Oct 1989, p.E1] show more

  • 50
    Susan Wloszczyna USA Today

    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 adults or babies, and that's quite a feat for any comedy. [13 Oct 1989, p.4D] show more

  • 75
    Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times

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

  • 75
    TV Guide

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

  • 50
    Allison Benedikt Chicago Tribune

    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 muddled. [13 Oct 1989, p.L] show more

  • 50
    Jay Carr Boston Globe

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

  • 60
    Empire

    Despite the amiable charms of the central couple of Cheers' Kirstie Alley and a back-from-the-dead John Travolta, it is director Heckerling's goofy willingness to let her imagination run riot that prevents her film from sinking into soap. show more

  • 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 charming. [13 Oct 1989, p.12] show more

  • 70
    Richard Corliss Time

    Sassy but never cynical, Mikey is first seen, through some cunningly simple special effects, as a kind of hot-rodding sperm cruising up the Fallopian tube to the tune of the Beach Boys' I Get Around. [20 Nov 1989, p.98] show more

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