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Child's Play 4: Bride of Chucky
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Directed By
Ronny Yu

Written By:
Don Mancini

Cast:
Jennifer Tilly, Katherine Heigl, John Ritter, Alexis Arquette, Lawrence Dane, Michael Johnson, Kathy Najimy, Gordon Michael Woolvett, Nick Stabile, Brad Dourif, James Gallanders, Janet Kidder, Vince Corazza, Park Bench, Emily Weedon

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Child's Play 4: Bride of Chucky (1998)
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Movie Review by Lisa
May 7th, 2007

Holy sh*t... Chucky married a Debbie Harry doll!

I don't think Ronny Yu was looking to make a scary movie, or at least I hope not as I found Barney and friends more disturbing. This movie is craptastic, Yu's attempt at adding a little comedy doesn't really help matters much.

So plot (don't get your hopes up it ain't that good); Charles Lee Ray's old girlfriend Tiff (played by the wonderful Jennifer Tilly) has finally got her hands on the original doll that her ex-boyfriends soul was inhabiting. Tiff being just as f*cked as her ex-fella, fixes up Chucky and brings him back to life (I know.... who'da thunk it). Chucky is still dealing with some serious self image issues and decides to even the field a little by killing Tiff and bringing her back as Debbie Harry.... ok so I lied it wasn't Debbie Harry but that doll looks just like her. It's basically the same ole sh*t on a different day, now we got 2 dolls that need new bodies.

The only good thing about this movie was Tilley and the fact that the Tiff doll looked like Debbie Harry. The rest of the film was pretty stock, Mr. Yu however does deserve a kick in the dick for the Chucky n' Tiff sex scene.

I reckon teenagers may get a kick outta this movie...but if your over 13 I wouldn't bother with it.

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Zara
May 7, 2007 12:54 PM
 
Hahaha.... I don't think I've heard the doll described that perfectly before, but you're so right. She DOES look like Debbie Harry.

Zombie Boy
May 7, 2007 1:32 PM
 
Ouch, baby. Damn.

I think I liked this film better than you did because, as a hardcore horror geek, I tried to sit through the first two sequels (but couldn't). Child's Play was a great film, and the sequels were suck. But I thought Bride had a nice campy flavor, brought the franchise back around to something fun...and John Ritter got a face full of nails, and that little dorky kid got evaporated by a bus....and....and...

Next thing you'll tell me is that you didn't like Seed of Chucky either.
Lisa
May 7, 2007 3:21 PM
 
I didn't bother to watch Seed of Chucky it just looked arse....I'm all for campy but this just didn't work for me.

I watched all of the Childs Play films....even number 3 mainly because I was young and it was banned in the Uk.
Zombie Boy
May 7, 2007 4:29 PM
 
Go ahead and watch Seed. If you don't like it, I'll refund your rental money.
Lisa
May 7, 2007 4:44 PM
 
Yeh on mate.



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