Look Who's Talking Now

Look Who's Talking Now

When Samantha LeBon hatches a scheme to spend a romantic Christmas with her new employee -- the unsuspecting, blithesome James -- his wife, their kids and their two dogs, Rocks and Daphne, must rescue him before he makes a terrible mistake.

In this, the third film, it's the pets who do the talking. The Ubriacco's find themselves the owners of two dogs, Rocks, a street wise cross breed, and Daphne, a spoilled pedegree poodle. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave J (es) wrote: Monday, January 13, 2014 (2012) Cowgirls n' Angels FAMILY DRAMA Co-written and directed by Timothy Armstrong directing a 'Family movie of the week' using "the Sweethearts" as a backdrop starring Bailee Madison as Ida doing whatever it takes to find her biological dad she had never met. Terence (James Cromwell) takes Little Ida under his wing who managed to convince her mother (Alicia Witt) who has just lost her job as a result of looking for her daughter that he'll physically pay her a substantial amount of money each month to use Ida for the Sweethearts. This movie explores other issues with other characters as well since they travel together in groups similar to like what a circus would do. The last shot of Little Ida riding a horse while standing up got to be one of the most stupidest things I had ever saw since the camera is showing her from the top like she can really do that stunt. This movie is intentioned for sentimentalists. 1 star out of 4

Harry W (ru) wrote: Although a very quick and somewhat directionless animated feature, it's great to see so many great Toy Story characters come back one more time for this charming and colourful animated short, so Hawaiian Vacation is a fun experience. It's humour is a little dated though and may vary from person to person.

Wes S (mx) wrote: Shoddy plot, messy beginning which leads to a even messier story, and a rather silly premise. While it's not the worse thing I've seen, it simply is too complicated to make sense, and ends up feeling cheap and forgettable.

Paul P (us) wrote: black propaganda blaming the white race for their low intelligence and problems

Jennie R (ag) wrote: Seemed more like a made for TV movie. There was nothing to pull you into the movie. Predictable and dull. Julie Delpy was even forgettable in this film.

Daniel H (es) wrote: The life of Skateboarder Mark Gator who ended up raping and murdering a girl and hiding her body in the california desert. The ending of this film is messed up how someone can be driven do such a thing.

Dori M (ca) wrote: Terrible. Absolutely horrific. If I could rate this a zero I would.

Dinesh P (br) wrote: An edge of the seat thriller. Maybe 9/11 was inspired by this film.

David P (us) wrote: Really bad 80's movie, but some reason I love to watch it

Nathan M (ca) wrote: Something of a groundbreaking movie, it truly did redefine the x rating, carving out a niche for the erotic but not pornographic film. that said, had it not been the first of its type, it'd be a very skippable movie. the photography is good, but the story meh.

Timothy N (mx) wrote: I'm not sure the director knows what a martial arts movie is suppose to look like...

Jared P (nl) wrote: It's really dumb but it's also entertaining.

Michael H (fr) wrote: A great performance by Moore is mostly wasted as there are many opportunities missed to show the real impact this disease has on the entire family. And the ending is just ridiculous.

Christian C (es) wrote: An honest, gritty and unexpectedly sensitive performance by Pacino with strong support from Durning make this film well worth watching. Although the film is dated in many ways, its social messages are as relevant today as they were back then.