Excited with the arrival of their baby girl, Julie, the happy couple of James, the cab driver, and Molly, the accountant, will have to prepare young Mikey for the role of the big brother. Against the backdrop of rigorous potty training, heated arguments, and, first and foremost, healthy sibling rivalry, both adults and children alike will learn that family is above all. Will Julie follow in Mikey's footsteps?Written by
James refers to Stuart as "Travis Buckle" (referencing the movie Taxi Driver (1976)) during an argument with Mollie. Ironically James's former occupation was as a taxi driver. See more »
When Mollie and James are having an argument in the hallway in front of their apartment, the door to their apartment is sometimes ajar, sometimes wide open. See more »
[Pouring white-out on his mother's supervisor's shoes]
La la la la la. Here, shoes, have a drink.
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At the beginning, the Tri-Star Pictures horse is talking about running and when he starts to fly he says "I have wings! Tri-Star Pictures - Anything can happen!". Later in the film the same Tri-Star Pictures theme is used. See more »
The UK cinema version was cut by the BBFC to remove the line "Why don't you put me in a fucking dress?". The cut was restored to all later releases. See more »
This was an inevitable sequel, that was really not all that of a movie. It was charming at most, but too many poopoo jokes, and other ridiculous stuff. I give it sequel: 4.5 out of 10. Rated PG-13 for crude humor, thematic elements, and language.
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