In this sequel, little Mikey (voice of Bruce Willis) is two and a half and not only has to deal with a new baby sister, Julie (voice of Roseanne Barr), but also the trauma of potty training. All is not smooth in Mikey's household: mom (Kirstie Alley) and dad (John Travolta) are having money problems and mom's freeloading brother has moved in with them. It's a lot for a little tyke to deal with.
The children are cute and their patter is funny, but the adults, who are more interesting, aren't featured enough. Travolta,who is very appealing in an Elvis Presley dance routine at a baby exercise class, is largely dismissed in most of the film.
Life, as described by a baby with a wisecracking voice, was a great gimmick in the original movie, but in this one it's just a mild diversion.
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