Child's Play 3


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller


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Brad Dourif as Chucky
Perrey Reeves as De Silva
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Andrew Robinson as Sergeant Botnick
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1hr 30 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 30 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Bozo 9 / 10

My favorite of the series for some reason

I'm going to comment hell for this one. This comment will most likely receive a very low "useful" rating, but I'm OK with that. This movie was quite possibly my favorite of the Child's Play series. And although you will probably not agree, you will see what I mean:

This movie takes place 8 years after the previous. Andy is now a teen and has been sent to a military academy. And guess what: Chucky decided to tag along. This makes for a great story. Chucky really shows his true colors and sick, twisted sense of humor here. We also have an interesting group of characters here, who are actually worth mentioning. We have Andy of course, we have Tyler, a young cadet who catches Chucky's eye as a replacement of Andy; there's DeSilva, a tough girl who has a soft spot for Andy; we have Whitehurst, an outspoken, nerdy type who quickly befriends Andy; we have Shelton, a military-loving, tough, intimidating young man who has it in for Andy; and we have Botnik, an older guy, the barber who loves his job just a little too much. Together with these great characters is a great setting. There are some very interesting kills here which I have not even thought of or seen in any previous film. I do not understand why this movie is so underrated. Is it because of the time lapse? Maybe because Andy's not a kid? New setting? No matter what the reason, this movie deserves much more than a 4.1 rating (as of 3/7/08). I say it gets 9/10. Fans of the first 2 films will not want to miss this.

Reviewed by BaronBl00d ([email protected]) 4 / 10

Really folks - it's *not* that bad a movie

Just when you MIGHT have thought - after watching an excruciatingly long death sequence in Child's Play 2 - that Chucky was no more - he's back(and with the cliché) with a vengeance. How is he resurrected? Well, apparently when eight years have passed the toy company reopens their Good Guy doll factory, removes the cobwebs off of all the old stock, pick the mutilated, dead Chucky doll up and pop him in a vat of boiling plastics. The springs of Lourdes never had so much healing power! This revives Chucky, and he instantly becomes his mean, killing machine of old and wants to find Andy Barclay to take his soul. Andy, played by Justin Whalin, is an older teenager now and enrolled at a military academy. Well, not to get too bogged down in a script that doesn't really merit such an intense analysis - Chucky finds Andy and continues to basically do what he did in the two earlier films. Lots of killing. Lots of wisecracks and that cackling laugh. Lots of the same. I did like this film more though than the second installment. First of all, the director did NOT repeat the problem of an overly long, seemingly never-ending death scene. The military school makes for an interesting backdrop to the story. The young actors do credible jobs. There are some interesting , quirky characterizations from the rest of the cast with Andrew Robinson stealing his scenes as a barber who really enjoys shaving the heads of the cadets. In fact I loved the little ponytails hung on the walls of his salon. A neat little addition. The story is nothing special though, and the film is very formulaic. It is entertaining if you - like me - have limited expectations.

Reviewed by evil_ryu ([email protected]) 10 / 10

A great addition to the series

this is one of the films that u see when u are a kid n then you never forget it... u get nightmares and never forget the face of that notorious killer doll,Chucky. This is in my personal opinion the best of the Child's Play series (1,2+3... Bride of chucky was pathetic) with its more humorous approach on the whole killer doll idea as well as being the more violent and macabre hence the '18' certificate. From the funny/cool one-liners such as "Presto... your're dead", "nothing like a strangulation to get the circulation going", and the one above in online summary to Chucky's violent killings and chilling laughs you know this is gotta be better than 1 and 2. the music goes alongside the most chilling scenes well such as Chucky's resurrection in the factory and scenes of death. His death scene at the end is also quite funny as he is flapping his arm and legs around before he hits the large fan and gets ripped 2 shreds! I personally regard this movie as one of my favourite films of my life (hey I'm only 14) as I watched when I was 4. I'm now looking forward 2 'Seed of Chucky'!

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