Pretty entertaining and starts becoming funny
Rated R for Violence and Language
I have seen all the Chucky films except for Bride Of Chucky.This film
is a continuation of the first film.Andy is now older and with a foster
family but Chucky has followed him and tries to kill him so he can take
over his body.The only person who later believes and helps him is the
other foster child.I haven't seen this one in a while but I remember
there being one funny scene in the film.I find this is foreshadowing
for the series becoming a horror/comedy.Its not as good as the first
Child's Play or Seed Of Chucky but its worth a look if you saw the
first one.Its better than Child's Play 3..
Ahsen watch Song For A Raggy Boy movie
Childs Play Is good Its nice .
agumon1519 watch My Girl movie
Childs Play 3 could have had a better story line didnt intrigue me as much as the first 2.
agumon1519 watch The Molly Maguires movie
and the movie Predators was hot that they used some of the story line of the 1st movie but i hope they make another one if not ending sucks.
prasanna kumar watch Winning London movie
It was an wonderful movie guys.
firstname.lastname@example.org watch My Science Project movie
the film very good.
A Fun Sequel That Doesn't Skimp on Thrills.
You just can't keep a Good Guy down, and in this sequel to 1988's
"Child's Play," Chucky the killer doll (Brad Dourif) returns to haunt
his friend 'til the end, Andy (Alex Vincent). Now under foster care
following the events of the first film, Andy is just getting his life
back together when Chucky shows up to play, and once again, has a Hell
of a time proving to everyone that he is innocent.
Although it lacks the sheer suspense of the first film, "Child's Play
2" is still a good time. With Chucky now taking a more prominent and
vocal role (a.k.a. more wise-cracks than before) the film gets by with
some improved special effects, a few truly grisly death scenes and a
superb score by Graeme Revell. The direction by John Lafia has more of
a funhouse feel to it than the first, but is more than appropriate for
the kind of film it is. The film caps off with a face-off in the
factory that serves as the birthplace of Chucky and his fellow Good
Guys that is both outlandish and thrilling. With its smooth pacing and
tight script, not a moment is left to waste and at no point does it
drag or try to repeat the first film in any way.
Despite the fact that it's not quite up to par with its predecessor,
"Child's Play 2" goes a long way with its premise in delivering a
razor-sharp slasher that is as fun as it is morbid. Chucky truly comes
into his own in the film as a creepy killer turned into a wise-cracker
(ala Freddy Krueger) and, in turn, makes the film lighter fare than the
first. Chucky fans will no doubt revel in its mean-spirited madness and
as far as slasher sequels go, they don't get much better than this..