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No One Seems To Remember One Of The Best 80s Movies There Ever Was, Do You?

There are some movies that just stand out as the best of the best, and some that get forgotten even though they were just as amazing. Look Who's Talking is one of those movies. Personally, I feel like it's one of the greatest movies yet no one seems to have seen it! Do you remember it?

The movie stars Kirstie Alley and John Travolta and a baby voiced by Bruce Willis. If you've seen the movie, this sentence doesn't seem weird in anyway, but if you haven't I will explain.

Kirstie Alley has a baby with a man she is having an affair with, but when she goes to give birth the taxi driver (Travolta) ends up staying with her. The baby she gives birth to is essentially the narrator of the whole movie and is voiced by Bruce Willis.

Absolutely absurd premise but I promise it's amazing. Little baby Bruce Willis (Mikey) decides that he wants John Travolta to be his daddy and really the whole story is just him trying to figure out how to make that happen. The movie is one of those classic feel-good 80s movies that just make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

The sequel Look Who's Talking Too brings in Mikey's new little sister, while the third installment Look Who's Talking Now is narrated by the two dogs that come into the family.

Highly recommend this as your weekend movie marathon!

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