Chucky's back! The notorious killer doll with the satanic smile comes back to life in this new chapter depicting the terrifying struggle between young Andy Barclay (Alex Vincent) and the demonic doll attempting to possess his soul. Despite being roasted to a crisp in his last escapade, Chucky rises from the ashes after being reconstructed by a toy factory to dispel the negative publicity surrounding the doll. Back in one piece, Chucky tracks his prey to a foster home where the chase begins again...
This was an ok follow up to the first Chucky film. They are ok to watch but not the best films anymore, but I have enjoyed them.
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Time For This Toy To Be CHUCKED
- Child's Play 2 review by Spoons
Just like your old toys you can out grow your favourite films as well. When I saw Child's Play 2 way back in 1990 I thought it was pretty good.(I was 24 then and still a big kid at heart.) However upon viewing 29 years later I found it hasn't aged well and just like the toys you loved as a kid, you fall out of love with them. Looking back now quite why Jenny Agutter agreed to appear in this is beyond me. Saying all this though it did spark a lot of nostalgic memories for me and in some strange way I still found it annoyingly entertaining. This is mainly due to the fact that the end sequence in the doll factory is really well executed, hence my elevation to three stars instead of two.