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Child's Play 2 (1990) Horror Movie Review

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Child's Play 2 (1990)

Child’s Play 2 (1990) is an American mystery-thriller horror movie that is the sequel to Child’s Play (1988). Director John Lafia (Man’s Best Friend (1993), 10.5 (2004), 10.5: Apocalypse (2006)) did a good job making Child’s Play 2 staying true to the first movie in its sequel. I think the movie should have explained how Chucky came back alive without a voodoo spell when he needed a spell in the first movie. Child’s Play 2 contains subject matters that are not suitable for children.

Child’s Play 2 takes place two years after the first film Child’s Play (1988). PlayPals doll company is rebuilding the "Good-Guy" doll to prove there is nothing wrong with their dolls. The company was struggling with business after Andy (Alex Vincent - Child’s Play (1988), Wait Until Spring, Bandini (1989), The N00bs (2015)) said that the doll, Chucky was responsible for all the crimes Andy/he is accused of. PlayPals loses an employee that is making Chucky after he was mysteriously electrocuted. The CEO, Mr. Sullivan (Peter Haskell - Bracken’s World (1969), Child’s Play 3 (1991), The Eyes of Charles Sand (1972)) of PlayPals is convinced that the Good-Guy/Chucky doll is responsible for his employees’ death. Mr. Sullivan told his assistant Mattson (Greg Germann - Bolt (2008), Sweet November (2001), Here Comes the Boom (2012)) to get rid of the Chucky dolls and cover up the accident.

Phil (Gerrit Graham - Phantom of the Paradise (1974), Used Cars (1980), Demon Seed (1977)) and Joanne Simpson (Jenny Agutter - The Avengers (2012), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014), Logan’s Run (1976), Walkabout (1971)) adopts Andy from the foster home. Phil and Joanne will take care of Andy until his mother Karen is released from a mental institution. His mother is considered mental for saying that Andy is telling the truth about Chucky the doll killing all those people. Meanwhile, Chucky sneaks out of Mattson’s car when Mattson went to the store. Chucky called the foster center pretending to be a family member of Andy’s so that he can get Andy’s foster parents home address to visit him. After receiving the address, he made Mattson, at gunpoint, drive him to Andy’s foster parents home. If you would like to know what happens next then, you will just have to watch the movie to see.

Child’s Play 2 was an entertaining watch, and I will see it again with my family and friends. The movie had great graphics, set, music, light and awesome actors. The storyline could have been better, and the movie had more potential but needed more suspense and frightening scenes. I might just have a Child’s Play marathon one day. The directors/writer should have also explained why Chucky need to use Andy’s body for possession instead of someone’s else body this time around. The first movie told us that Chucky needs to possess the first person‘s body that he revealed his true self to and the second movie did not touch on that.

Synopsis:

Chucky's back as the doll possessed by the soul of a serial killer, butchering all who stand in his way of possessing the body of a boy.

About Child's Play 2 (1990)

Title: Child's Play 2
Year: 1990
Starring: Brad Dourif, Woody Harrelson, Tom Sizemore, Grace Zabriskie, Lucy Liu, Adam Wylie, Aida Turturro, Antonio Banderas, Beth Grant, Jenny Agutter, Don Pugsley, Alex Vincent, Edan Gross, Gerrit Graham, Richard Masur, Greg Germann, Ed Krieger, Herbie Braha, Peter Haskell, Willie Garson, Cylk Cozart, Christine Elise, William Utay, Billy Stevenson, Dana Lee, Charles Meshack, Johnny Ortiz, Stuart Mabray, Jordy Oakland, Matt Roe
Runtime: 84 minutes
Director: John Lafia, Ron Shelton
Reviewer:
Score: 3 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 2.7/5 stars from 31 users. Reviews: 31.
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Comedy, Mystery, Sport



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