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Childs Play 2


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  • Actors: Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham, Christine Elise, Brad Dourif
  • Directors: John Lafia
  • Writers: Don Mancini
  • Producers: David Kirschner, Laura Moskowitz, Robert Latham Brown
  • Format: NTSC
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Universal Music Group
  • VHS Release Date: Aug. 31 1999
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6301961404
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,269 in Video (See Top 100 in Video)

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3.9 out of 5 stars

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By Rita McAdams on Feb. 22 2002
I'd say this was the best CP ever,but it has plenty(maybe
a little to much)false scares,plot holes,and humor.I think the goriest moment in this movie was when chucky as a doll shoves the knife up his arm.It is SO gross!I also say that this was the least scariest one.CP 1 was the scariest,and the darkest.But BOC(bride of chuckie)is way too plot holey-funny.It is twice as bad as this.But now,i'll tell you of the actuall movie:
Chuckie,as we should know from CP 1,was burned to a crisp and shot to pieces.This should have been the end,but NO!The stupid GOOD GUY factory rebuilds chucky,which is the biggest horror movie no-no ever!And he 's back,chasing Andy B.For his soul.Soon,
Andy moves to a foster home because his mom had a nervous breakdown and is in phciatric care.Anyway,just a day or 2 later,Chucky arrives-but is surprised to see Andy now onwns another Good Gye-TOMMY.Chucky destroyes it with andy Foster mom's statue.Soon,"Kyle"and Andy are alone.(kyle's andy foster sister).They head to the Good-Guy Factory,and after a few tries,kill chucky.
This is a good video to buy.
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When I was a kid, me and my mom always liked watching the three "Child's Play" movies and we used to watch a lot of other great horror series together such as "Halloween" and "Friday the 13th." Now that I'm grown, I'm still a big fan of all those classic horror series.
I like all the movies in the "Child's Play" series, but "Child's Play 2" is by far the most memorable one for me. Chucky is back and he's meaner than ever in this sequel to the groundbreaking classic that featured a demonic doll named Chucky. The dolls are named 'Good Guy,' but Chucky isn't so good. Chucky needs to find a new body soon or something will happen to him that he won't be too fond of. Just like in the original, Chucky is on the hunt for a boy named Andy (Alex Vincent), who is terrorized by the sight of any doll that looks like Chucky.
I like all the movies in this series except for "Bride of Chucky." I don't know which one of the first three is my favorite, but this one, "Child's Play 2" is definitely the one I remember the most. Chucky seems more evil than ever in this sequel and many parts, especially the parts that take place in the toy factory, will stick with you long after you've seen the movie. The acting is decent overall, but the special effects and the musical score go great with the movie's horror moments.
If you like classic horror movies, I definitely recommend getting "Child's Play 2." If you get just one movie from the series, get this one! It's no child's play when there's a knife-wielding, cursing, and killer on the loose in the form of a doll.
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By Robin Orlowski on June 12 2001
Unlike the first (great) and the fourth (bad) this movie falls squarely in between somewhere.
After apparently being retrived from Andy's mom's fireplace, a greedy playpal's company orders the pint-sized serial killer rebuilt to salvage the corporation's understandably faltering Pr image. Once reborn, Chucky decides to track down andy and pickup where he left off.
Andy is sent to a foster home that looks like the parents rake in billions taking care of foster kids. Given their young age, and the realities of foster parent payment, one can only guess how they got the perfect house that Barbie must have built. It's difficult to pinpoint how many rooms this thing has, but it must dwarf the white house for space, and is too sterile and quiet for a child's haven.
Kyle, a perpetual foster kid, is Andy's new sidekick in the film. She is a streetwise young woman who does not take any garbage from anybody and ultimately helps Andy destroy Chucky.
Another problem I had with the film stems from the dommineering teacher. I never thought I would say this (and please note, I am not endorsing school violence in anyway) but congrats to Chucky for taking out Ms. Kettlewell after she completely humiliated Andy in the classroom in front of his peers. Granted, there is an inconsistency because the whole mess started with Chucky writing bad words on Andy's paper about the teacher, but she was just so unlikeable to begin with.
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The little one's back in " Child's Play 2 ", a very promising sequel to a horror classic! The beginning sequence in this film is incredibly eventfull. Very commercial opening, very exciting. And the rest of the film, while not as compelling as horror master--Tom Holland's original hug-buddy-gone-mad & bad flick, is still a hell of a ride!
I can't see how some one would be bored or non-amused by this horror flick. The acting by little Alex Vincent is perfect. The plot concerns the GOOD GUY doll company re-building the Chucky doll, THAT WAS A BIG MISTAKE! Chucky's powers end up sending one company fella flyin' threw a glass window, and others in the dark hearing mysterious footsteps...wonder who that could be. It just so happens, the lights come on and the mad snuggle-friend has LEFT THE BUILDING. He ends up finding Andy, using mystique-horror villain sencors to find him, like previous horror icons like The Mummy, Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Michael Myers, etc. etc. I'm not really poking fun, its really a great thing that these characters have these mystique qualities, HORROR MOVIES are SUPPOSE to be scarier and more mysterious than real life is ever suppose to be. Anyway, back to " Child's Play 2 ", Chucky finds Andy, causing all kinds of trouble, his foster father believes the kid's been eating to many fruit-loops with his Monstervision marathons. The Chuck ends up chasing Andy and Kyle, a teen girl (who would later appear in Body Snatchers) around in a toy factory, with all kinds of maze-fun and gore-galores, fun it sure is. If you've not yet seen this snuffle-and-buffle killer doll opus with our favorite snuffle-and-buffle killer doll himself, Chucky, I suggest you pick it up and have ONE HELL OF A MONSTER MASH!
P.S. Also pick up the original classic and Parts 3 and " Bride Of Chucky. " You could find yourself saying " Its only a movie, but that's what these characters in these movies say."
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