Child's Play 2


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 36364


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Brad Dourif as Chucky
Jenny Agutter as Joanne Simpson
Grace Zabriskie as Grace Poole
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623.66 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
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1hr 24 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Darth-Helmet 9 / 10

An awesome sequel that surpasses the original

2 years after Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) was attacked by his Good Guy doll Chucky (Voiced by Brad Douriff) and traumatized by the murders that happened. His mother backed up his killer possessed doll story in court and is taken away to an institute leaving Andy in foster care until his mother recovers, a nice kind couple named Joanne and Phil Simpson (Garret Graham and Jenny Agutter) adopts him and takes them to their humble home where he meets his foster sister Kyle (Christine Elsie) and befriends her. The burned destroyed remains of the Chucky doll is taken in by the Playpals company especially with CEO Mr Sullivan (Peter Haskell) to see that there is nothing wrong with it as it's just an ordinary doll and they rebuild him from scratch like brand new and gets revived. Chucky is once again on the loose killing off anyone that gets in his way to transfer his soul into Andy.

A thrilling and exciting sequel to the 1988 horror classic is a sequel that surpasses the original! after the success of the original movie by United Arist, they greenlighted a sequel with David Kirschner who produces the series/created the Chucky doll along with writer Don Mancini who wrote the original movie as the sequel was put on hold by the studio when it was about to be acquired by Australian studio Quintex who decided in their best interest is not to do horror films. Various studios from Paramount, Fox, New Line Cinema, Carolco, Warner, Columbia and Touchstone Pictures but Kirschner turned it down so he can independently produce it and Universal bought the rights.

This movie is directed by John Lafia whom did co-wrote the original movie's script does a great job directing this movie and this is Don Mancini's finest script besides the original and the Fitting Punsihment episode of Tales from the Crypt. The Cinemaphotography by Stefan Czapsky is very beautiful and crisp and has good style to it and we get to see what is behind the popular within the film's Good Guy dolls line known as Playpals toys and who is behind this. The kills are quite creative even the special effects/puppetry/make up effects by Kevin Yagher are even better than ever than the original as Chucky looks the best in this installment. I love the chemistry between Kyle and Andy as if they were actual siblings as they bonded and even talk to each other even have fun together doing choirs to swings and all that as i really like that for it felt quite realistic.

The film co-stars Grace Zeberkinsi and Beth Grant and i love that climax set in the Playpals toy factory that is quite thrilling and edge of your seat excitement. This movie was a box-office hit and did very well for Universal and is very loved by fans to this day even me.

Reviewed by gwnightscream 6 / 10

Best Of The Sequels!

This 1990 horror sequel stars Alex Vincent, Christine Elise, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham and Brad Dourif. This installment picks up a short while after the events of the original where young boy, Andy Barclay (Vincent) is placed in Foster care while his mother, Karen (Catherine Hicks) undergoes psychiatric treatment. After Andy meets and moves in with Joanne Simpson (Agutter), her husband, Phil (Graham) and their Foster daughter, Kyle (Elise), Possessed doll, Chucky (Voiced by Dourif) comes back to hunt Andy, killing anyone in his way. This is the best of the sequels in my opinion, the cast is decent and Dourif is great as the voice of Chucky. I recommend this.

Reviewed by swilliky 5 / 10

OK sequel but not as good as the original

Chucky (Brad Dourif) returns for a new horror in the sequel to the frightening classic original. Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) has been put in foster care as the original story proved too crazy for the authorities. The toy company tries to cover up a PR nightmare by finding out what happened, rebuilding the Chucky doll in the process from the remaining eye. The evil killer takes his first victim by electrocuting a dollmaker. Andy is fostered by Joanne (Jenny Agutter) and Phil Simpson (Gerrit Graham). He still has terrible trauma and the sight of a Good Guy doll terrifies him. Chucky murders the toy company executive Mattson (Greg Germann) and discovers where Andy lives.

Chucky destroys another Good Guy doll and replaces it with himself but he causes trouble for the two foster kids. Andy bonds with Kyle (Christine Elise), a young woman about to be out of the Simpson's foster care in a year, over their shared punishment. Chucky ties up Andy at night and attempts to take his soul but Kyle sneaks back in through his window interrupting the ritual. Phil is angry about the troublesome behavior and throws the doll in the basement. The evil killer sneaks onto the school bus the next day and messes with Andy's assignment. Andy's teacher Miss Kettlewell (Beth Grant) punishes Andy and locks him in the classroom. She throws the Chucky doll in the closet before she leaves. Andy escapes out the window before Chucky can break out.

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