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Plot: Andy Barclay has been placed in a foster home after the tragic events of the first film, since his mother was committed. In an attempt to save their reputation, the manufacturers of Chucky reconstruct the killer doll, to prove to the public that nothing was wrong with it in the first place. In doing so, they also bring the soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray back to life. As Chucky tries to locate Andy, the body count rises. Will Andy be able to escape, or will Chucky succeed in possessing his body? Runtime: 84 mins Release Date: 08 Nov 1990
Chucky is back in this excellent sequel! (by Horror_Metal)
Two years ago, young Andy Barclay Alex Vincent was terrorized by a killer "Good Guy" doll named Chucky. Chucky was possessed by the spirit of serial killer Charles Lee Ray Brad Dourif and the only way he could become human again was to transfer his soul into Andy's body. After murdering several people, the evil doll was burnt to a crisp and dismembered by Andy's mother which effectively put an end to his crimes. No one believed Andy's mom and she was taken away to a mental correction facility for her crazy story. The now eight year old Andy has since been placed into <more>
a new home with foster parents Phil Simpson Gerrit Graham , Joanne Simpson Jenny Agutter , and their adoptive daughter Kyle Christine Elise . Meanwhile, Chucky has been reconstructed by the company that manufactures the Good Guy dolls in order to prove a point. Knowing that Andy is his only means of becoming human again, the murderous doll immediately goes after the poor boy and will kill anyone who gets in his way! I will never understand the bad things that I sometimes hear about this sequel, it's great! Sure the first film is way scarier and more suspenseful but here we see way more of Chucky and his one liners, which are both cruel and hilarious. Most of the adults in this film are very unlikable and I've heard people complain about that, but it makes it all the more satisfying when they meet their fate at the hands of Chucky! The killer doll is once again voiced by Brad Dourif, who is a huge favorite of mine and never fails to deliver those lines with such wicked devotion. No one can ever replace Brad and you can tell he loves being the voice of Chucky. Alex Vincent is also on top of his game here as Andy from the first film and delivers a structured and layered performance. He has great chemistry with Christine Elise who plays Kyle, his foster sister. This sequel has some of the best kills of the whole series and I also love the action-packed finale in the toy factory. This movie isn't quite as good as the original but I will still give it a perfect rating as seeing more of Chucky is always a good thing. I'll never get over his side splitting comment about women drivers towards the end of the movie, funny stuff! Long live Chucky!
Incredible 1990's Sequel Into The Child's Play Series. Chucky returns as a doll again possessed by the soul of a serial killer. He goes after Andy to take over his soul. Chucky destroys everyone who stands in his way of his plan.Another amazing performance by Alex Vincent who starred as Andy. He did great in this sequel and it was great seeing him on screen again. He brought on a incredible performance going against Chucky once again. Also Brad Dourif did great playing the Voice of Chucky. Chucky was funny and dangerous this time around again. Also great acting by Christine Elise and <more>
the entire cast.I recommend Child's Play 2 and The Child's Play Series To Everyone. Looking forward In Seeing More Created. PHENOMENAL HORROR CLASSIC!
Child's play 2 is my favorite of the series. It is amazing in every way. The theme is superb. Brad Dourif returns to voice the evil doll Chucky. Alex Vincent also returns play Andy Barclay. Christine Elise plays Kyle In this movie. This movie is also one of my favorite movies of all time. The movie is gorier than the first. The climax of the movie is better and is fun, exciting, scary, gory, suspenseful and disturbing. Chucky is even more evil in this movie. His lines are more clever and catchier as well. The animatronic have improved and are superb. The kills are cool. The scene where <more>
Chucky hides in the closet and jumps out and stabs Ms. Kettlewell with the ball pump and pushes her out of the closet into a row of desks. He then walks out of the closet with a yardstick and says "You've been very naughty Ms. Kettlewell." and slams the yardstick on his hand. He then walks over to here with a very frightening smile. The he beats her to death. That is a very disturbing and scary scene. There is another scene where Chucky and Kyle are driving to get Andy and the talk and are stopped by a police officer. The officer notices Chucky and asks his name and Chucky replies in his normal voice "Chucky.". The movie perfectly filmed. The movie is fun to watch. It gets a 10/10. Child's play 2 is great.
This movie was great because it knew exactly what it wanted to be,a fun slasher film.First,the good,the characters,just like in the first one they're well written,acted,and feel real.The kills,they were suspenseful and very creative.The music was great,and I loved the climax,it was very fun,fit the tone perfectly.Last pro,Chucky,he was hilarious,creepy,and you could feel all of his anger.Now the cons,I feel like the movie,well super fun,should've been slower,and it feels like a soap opera in some scenes in the beginning.My last con is that some plot holes were a bit too noticeable,and <more>
very stupid,just like in the first one.Child's Play 2 is a wildly entertaining movie with some pacing issues.
Great sequel in my opinion my favorite horror film in the series (by ivo-cobra8)
This film is my all time favorite film in the Chucky film franchise and in my opinion it is a great sequel. Is it better than the original of course no but it is definitely my favorite because it has a happy ending better than the first one. I love the two main heroes in this film Alex Vincent and Christine Elise. This film in my opinion was way better than A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors in my opinion. Nightmare 3 is most people favorite film in the Freddy franchise but is not mine and I just don't feel to be my favorite film of all time.This was my first film actually I saw <more>
this film in the 90's when I was in the second grade this movie scared the hell out of me. I really believed that my mom's doll will come alive and try to get me like Chucky tried to get Andy and put his soul in it. I love this movie to death I love how they resurrected Chucky back in this film. Just like the film producers resurrected Jason back to live in Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives and I love this slasher film, It is really dark, creepy and scary enough.Catherine Hicks and Chris Sarandon did not return for this sequel and also Tom Holland did not return to direct this film, but it was directed by John Lafia who also helped to write the script for the first film and I think he did a good job directing it. Alex Vincent and Brad Dourif were the only two actors from the first film who return to reprise their roles to the sequel after this Alex Vincent never returned to play his role in any other sequels. To me he is Tommy Jarvis from Friday the 13th, Corey Feldman never returned to play the next sequels Friday the 13th ever again. So yea I have easily root for Andy and Kyle Christine Elise , F*** You Chucky the killer doll. We also have Jenny Agutter in this film from An American Werewolf in London and she still looks young even tough that film was filmed 9 years before these film was released. Christine Elise from 21 Jump Street 1987 TV series Season 4 Episode 8 Out of Control is in this film and her only film debut. Grace Zabriskie from Twin Peaks is also in this film so we have two actresses who played before in a horror movie and in the horror TV series that is really a surprise. What I love about this film is Andy and Kyle even tough they weren't real brother and sister they were adopted when but Kyle found out that Chucky the doll is alive and want's Andy dead, she drops everything and rush in to fight with Chucky and to race against time to stop Chuck once and for all. The ending was happy and I like happy endings in the horror films.Why did I say I think this film is better sequel in my opinion then A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors? Because I don't like Patricia Arquette in the film to me her character Kristin Parker was useless! She did not stop Freddy when she was a Dream Warrior but Dr. Neil Gordon stopped him when he sent Freddy back to hell and Nancy Thompson sacrifice her self only to be killed off. She saved Kristen Parker's ass. I think Klye Christine Elise from Child's Play 2 would have kicked her ass. I love the last fight in the Good Guy doll factory and I love how they f***** Chucky but that son of a bitch was still kicking around, Andy spilled acid on him and he was still alive I love that. I love the chemistry between Andy and Kyle I love character Andy Barclay to death.The plot is about Andy's mother is admitted to a psychiatric hospital, the young boy is placed in foster care, and Chucky is resurrected and he is back, determined to claim Andy's soul.This movie is fast paced, intense, scary well executed and entertaining well done horror flick from the 90's. I recommend every horror fan to see this film it is well done. It has a good kills and it is also a funny a little. I haven't seen this film in 10 years but I finally re watch it A+ 9/10 my all time favorite Chucky film. NOTE: They don't make films today like this anymore!Child's Play 2 is a 1990 American supernatural slasher film and the sequel to Child's Play, written by Don Mancini and directed by John Lafia, who one of co-writers in the first film.9/10 Grade: A+ Studio: Universal Pictures Starring: Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham, Christine Elise, Grace Zabriskie, Brad Dourif Director: John Lafia Producer: David Kirschner Writer: Don Mancini Based on Characters by Don Mancini Rated: R Running Time: 1 Hrs. 24 Mins. Budget: $13.000.000 Box Office: $35,763,605
Charles Lee Ray is back and who says Damballah's Lighting doesn't strike twice? (by KillerRomance)
I wrote a review "Chucky is made of extra cool nightmares on wax" over a decade ago on the original movie under my other username Cadillac_ghost In this second installment of the Child's play franchise. The outline of the movie takes place two years after the fateful date of November 9th 1988 which the Death of Charles Lee Ray the Lakeshore Strangler and Andy Barclay's sixth Birthday. Karen Barclay from the first movie was taken to a psychiatric hospital as described by one executive who is later killed by Chucky and led to track down eight year old Andy settled with <more>
foster parents Garrett Graham, and Jenny Agutter from American werewolf in London in the middle class west side of Chicago and his nightmare is relived, it is up to adopted teenage older sister Kyle Elise from Beverly Hills 90210 to come to the rescue like a Karen Barclay surrogate mother to protect him.This is more of a fun house ride and more comedic lines and scenes than the original, some of the scenes is funny watch out for the wonderful Beth Grant from Donnie Darko as another witchey poo Teacher role and Grace Zabriskie from Servants of Twilight, the photocopy death scene was being ripped off by many action movies in its day the special effects on Chucky are at best here, I liked the way he moves in this movie and really seemed demonically possessed for real, and his catchphrases are superb. The legendary Brad Dourif reprise the flair role of Chucky's vocals and does it with style and different moods from savagely intense rages of a serial killer to goosebump gentle whispers, and he is born to do this. The voodoo incantation scene is so absorbing and so well done - Chucky can be ruthlessly evil and selfishly wants to get to his goals of wanting to experience flesh again, and one minute he is cute and adorable looking as a munchkin. The murder scenes are more creative than the original. You don't want the dazzling movie to end, so abuse the repeat button if you must. That movie is timeless and never ages
It's difficult to accept the numerous poor reviews this movie garnered, particularly those from bona fide horror buffs. Of all the films within major horror series stretching from the late '70s to the '90s -- Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Halloween among them -- "Child's Play 2" deserves a place very close to the top.This sequel picks up two years after the original in which young Andy Barclay Alex Vincent was tormented by Chucky, the killer-possessed doll trying to transfer his soul into the child's body. With his mother traumatized, Andy is <more>
sent to live with a foster family. Trouble is, there's a certain rebuilt Good Guy brand doll all too eager to get reacquainted."Child's Play 2" is solid horror fare. It has legitimate thrills as the seemingly innocent doll plunges to murderous life in the blink of an eye. It has a smart, unpredictable storyline. Its strongest asset, however, is an exciting finale at the Good Guy doll factory in which Chucky, piece by piece, meets his maker. First he's forced to amputate his own hand he replaces it with a knife blade . Then his legs are torn off in an unsuccessful maiming. Next he's showered in gallons of steaming hot doll plastic before finally having an electrical cord stuffed in his mouth, exploding his head into a thousand gooey pieces. Where do they come up with this stuff?There are plenty of other things to like about this picture. Its budget is much higher than that of the original, a fact that shows up in leaps and bounds on the screen. With the origin storyline out of the way, the sequel is able to focus solely on the excitement without getting bogged down in too many details. And Brad Dourif outdoes himself as the creepily frightening voice of the homicidal doll."Child's Play 2" established Chucky as a legitimate horror icon. Simply put, the series never again reached this high a caliber and probably never will.
Pretty entertaining and starts becoming funny (by gangstahippie)
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 <more>
A rather entertaining horror sequel. (by OllieSuave-007)
The not-so-innocent movie about a child's doll continues with Andy Barkley Alex Vincent being sent to live in a foster care home while his mom is recovering from a mental hospital. Nobody believes Andy's story about Chucky the killer doll, but that soon changes when the doll returns, possessed once again by serial killer Charles Lee Ray. It goes on another rampage, this time trying to free his evil soul from the doll and transfer into Andy's body.The plot's pacing, script, and music score work fine in this movie, with a some good humor and suspense, and some creepy moments. <more>
The acting was pretty good for the most part - especially enjoyed the characters of Andy and Kyle. Vincent portrayed Andy with innocence but determination and Christine Elise gave a rebellious yet tender-hearted and strong portrayal of foster teenager Kyle. Brad Dourif gave another sinister, dark, and sarcastically funny portrayal of Chucky.The overall horror elements may seem tame by more recent standards, but it's still a rather entertaining horror sequel.Grade B