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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: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6301961404
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,922 in Video (See Top 100 in Video)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robin M Goffinet on July 5 2004
Format: DVD
This sequel picks up where the first one left off.
Young Andy is now in foster care after being taken away from his mother. He still has nightmares about his killer doll.
Little does he know that the company has completly reconstucted Chucky. After Chucky escapes from the factory, he tracks Andy down to his new home. He begins to do things that get Andy in trouble and nobody listens when Andy tells them "Chucky's back".
When Chucky and Andy have their final showdown at the doll factory, Chucky finds out that it is now too late to transfer his soul. He is now human. This enrages Chucky and his goal now is to kill him.
Not as good as the original, the sequal is decent at best.
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By A Customer on June 23 2003
Format: DVD
The second of the CHILD'S PLAY films holds up the true spirit of the first, which is the blending of the SLASHER and SUPERNATURAL HORROR sub-genres. This time, Chucky's re-emergence might be a bit more implausible than it should, but who cares?
CHILD'S PLAY 2 focuses on Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent), who was branded the culprit of the murders in the first film, despite the fact that there were a number of adults who witnessed the doll's rampage as well. Andy's mother is being given a psychological evaluation for believing her son's story. Andy has landed himself in a foster home with the Simpsons, who have no tolerance for Andy's antics. Also in the home is Kyle (Chritine Elise), whose sort of a rebel.
Meanwhile, the Chucky doll is being reconstructed by the "Good Guy" company who want to shake off the skepticism of the press. The reconstruction, of course, revives Chucky, whose still determined to hop out of the doll, into little Andy's body. He heads for the Simpsons home, and gets ready to do his stuff. Soon, Kyle too realizes Chucky is alive, and she and Andy join to stop the doll.
This is one sequel that is up there with the predecessor. Chucky is the villian, but the way the adults treat Andy and Kyle actually makes many of them deserve what they get. In particular, there's one scene where a teacher humiliates Andy in front of his entire class and forces him to stay after for detention. She get's her's when the doll shows up.
There's also a social worker who scoffs at the idea of the idea of the story being true, and treats Andy and Kyle unfairly. She, too, gets hers.
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Format: DVD
I think this one was very well done. It can't begin to compare with it's predecessor, but it doesn't fall far behind. As with the first sequels: This one bends the rules. The other noticeable detail in this one, is that it signifies the deterioration in the 'Child's Play' series. This one also forshadows just how stupid the next one will be.
This time, four years (two years in real life) after Chucky's first rampage, ten year old Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) is sent to a foster home, The Simpson house, While Chucky is being rebuilt by the sinister Play Pals corp. The plot in this one focuses on the Play Pals Corp. As Andy is just getting over the fact his mother was sent to a mental institution, Chucky quickly tracks Andy down.
In this one, we learn more about Andy, as well as Chucky. The body count rises as Chucky chases Andy around suburban Chicago. Until Andy, and his seventeen year old foster-sister, Kyle (Christine Elise), meet up in the factory, with Chucky. After the two heros defeat Chucky, and I see the gate rise to show them walking away from the Play Pals factory, warm tears begin to invade my eyes, my fists clench in anger. I want to break down and cry, I also want to punch somebody. This isn't because this was a bad movie or that I'm sad cause Chucky died, it isn't. It's because this was the last great 'Child's Play' movie. The next one is just a waste of time. This is also the last time we see Alex Vincent, who did a terrific job playing as Andy Barclay.
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By A Customer on April 21 2003
Format: DVD
Child's Play 2 (1990) was a great movie that was underrated. At least, that was what I think. It had many great moments and I thought was better than the first, and the greatest out of all the Chucky movies. From the creepy beginning to it's amazing finale, Child's Play 2 gives us a gory, horrific, and sometimes, dark comedy.
Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) survived Chucky's last rampage by burning the demonic toy, then letting his Mom shoot Chucky down. His Mom has gone to a mental institution because of Chucky. Andy is left all alone and is picked up by two foster parents and their rebel daughter.
Back at the Good Guys Factory, the greedy owner wants to remake Chucky to show to the public that he is not a killer. (What an idiot!) Anyway, something awry happens when they are making Chucky and an employee gets killed. The owner gives the doll to his assistant who tries to drive it home with him. Chucky comes back to life and suffocates the man. Then Chucky finds Andy's house and follows him the rest of the movie.
Plot - The plot was really good. I didn't really like the plot of Bride of Chucky or the first Chucky film. I only really like Parts 2 and 3. Yet, this one stands out.
Plot - 95
Acting - The acting is pretty good. Alex Vincent does a good job as the traumatized Andy. The rebel foster daughter is really good, too. The only person who I hated was the teacher. Some reviewer said this before also. She humiliates the kids and makes fun of them. Well, who cares? Chucky kills her 5 minutes later.
Acting - 89
Killings and Gore - The killings in this movie are pretty good. Some are very original. Others are just your usual (stabbed, impaled, neck broken). There is a lot of gore in this movie though.
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