Bride of Chucky
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Bride Of Chucky more than made up for the slow film-by-numbers that was Childs Play 3. I'm so glad they decided to make another sequel (and then another), instead of just leaving it after Childs Play 3. I think that would have ruined the whole series. So far, this is the best Childs Play movie I've seen - but I haven't seen Seed Of Chucky yet. Chucky was at his best yet, looking suitably evil, complete with black stitching. The film looks up with the introduction of Jennifer Tilly, looking every inch a life size evil Barbie, as an ex of Charles Lee Ray's who brings him back, only for him to kill her, and bring her back as one of her many dolls that she collects. With plenty of cleavage shots for the guys, Jennifer is certainly an asset to this.
And I loved the Tiffany doll! She is so cute. Dyed blonde hair, black leather jacket over a wedding dress, black nail varnish and black chunky boots. And lashings of black eyeliner. Sounds like my kinda gal. There's also a very surreal sex scene between Chucky & Tiffany, including Tiffany asking him if he should be wearing rubber, when he's made of rubber. (Still doesn't work though.)
Katherine Heigl was also terrific, although her boyfriend in the film is rather pointless. She looks remarkably like a darker blonde Julia Stiles in this.
There's a few references to other horror movies in this, including: Jason Voorhees hockey mask from the Friday the 13th films, Freddy Krueger's razor blade glove from the A Nightmare on Elm Street series & Michael Myers mask from the Halloween franchise, clips of Bride of Frankenstein and a couple of references to Scream, and who can forget the Hellraiser scene?Read more ›
The Chucky and Tiffany dolls were really great. The wizardry that goes into 'bringing them to life' never fails to amaze me. I would have liked to see this movie on DVD. The sound was still good on prologic though. There were some great songs featured as well. This is certainly not a scary movie. There's more larfs than scares and if you've seen 'Child's Play' then you can appreciate who the Chucky character is. Just keep the kids away though (luckily I don't have any). They probably won't play with dolls ever again after watching this movie.
Whether you are a horror fan or not, this is one of those franchises that must be seen.
This movie is the 4th installment, and I enjoyed it much more than the 2nd and 3rd, probably because the performance of Jennifer Tilly is fantastic.
There is a big component of comedy in the entire franchise, but it is more evident in Bride of Chucky.
Perfect for a Halloween marathon!
The story begins with a corrupt cop stealing the bagged remains of the dismembered Chucky from a police evidence lockup with the intention of passing them on to buxom blonde bimbo Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly). Turns out she’s the ex-girlfriend of dead killer Charles Lee Ray and has been carrying a torch for him ever since he was gunned down in a toy store and reborn as the titular plaything from hell.
After slitting the cop’s throat in the first of several gruesome scenes, Tiffany, with marriage on her mind, patches Chucky up and, reading from Voodoo for Dummies, brings him back to life. The first thing the bug-eyed brat does is rip the lip ring from Tif’s goth boyfriend, Damien (Alexis Arquette, the Boy George imitator from The Wedding Singer), then slowly suffocate him with a pillow while he’s bound half naked to a bed. This is all standard Child’s Play fare, of course, but the really good stuff starts after Chucky electrocutes Tiffany in a tub and—while Bride of Frankenstein plays on a nearby TV—transfers her soul into a two-and-a-half-foot bride doll.
Then Bride of Chucky’s pitch-black humour clicks into high gear, thanks to the state-of-the-art puppet effects of Chucky creator Kevin Yagher. Yagher and his animatronics crew imbue the dolls with hilariously humanlike expressions that range from sweet smiles to murderous rage, and the bickering interaction between the twin terrors as they embark on a homicidal rampage makes for loads of sick laughs.
During the passionate consummation of their marriage—don’t worry, it’s only shown in silhouette—Tiffany asks the thrusting Chuckster if he’s wearing a rubber, and the little guy blurts out in exasperation: “A rubber? I’m all rubber!”
With lines like that, who needs a gripping story line?
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It met all expectations. It was also perfect. It is my favorite movie. I LOVE Chucky!!Published 3 months ago by elizabeth james
This is a funny movie. Not scary. But very entertaining!!!
I got this for my daughter who has been on a Chucky marathon lately! Read more
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