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Movie Review - Child's PlayChild’s Play was creepily funny. There was an even mix of horror and humor which kept the pacing at full force.

I’m halfway in love with the movie. I liked how they stayed away from the original’s back story. Here it’s no psychotic killer transferred into the doll through voodoo magic.

Instead, they use today’s technology. This Chucky was simply the product of a disgruntled employee who was able to reprogram Chucky’s smart chip before leaving. A few new lines of code…tweaking with his settings….and viola, a doll with the ability to learn evil. And boy oh boy, Chucky is a star student.

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Chucky is rated R purely for the gore. There is no nudity or sex; just gratuitous gore. There are also a few scenes where a kitty cat doesn’t fare so well. His nine lives were all used up.

I would be rating this a respectable B but there is one huge issue; the casting choice for Andy’s mom. Aubrey Plaza is terrific in her normal raunchy roles, but in this flick all she accomplished was showing us exactly how to be a crappy mother. She did everything wrong, and I couldn’t get past seeing her in her past roles. There was no motherly feeling from her. Two-foot tall Chucky did a much better job watching out for Andy than she did.

All in all, it was a decent film. There were a few editing mistakes I caught, but the campiness made up for it. It’ll make a great date night movie or a really great way to psychologically keep your kids from asking for dolls ever again.

I quickly want to touch base on that. Yes it’s rated R, however, in my theater there were a number of children with their parents. Kids today are exposed to much more than in my day. People may frown at me for saying this but I’d totally take my granddaughter — she’d be yelling at the screen the whole time. She’s our strange Wednesday Adams little girl and would eat this film for breakfast.

Oh yeah, one last thing. Luke Skywalker was awesome. Well…Mark Hamill…he’s forever gonna be Luke to me. I bet he had some Jedi-sized fun doing Chucky’s voice.

Enjoy folks, and have a great time.

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Grade: C+

About The Peetimes: Chucky is a super short film; it’s almost over before you realize it. I chose to submit only 1 Peetime. It’s right before all of the main action starts. At any point after this Peetime, I would have had to spoil stuff. So hopefully, the 1 Peetime will work out for you.

There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Child’s Play. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)

Rated (R) for bloody horror violence, and language throughout
Genres: Horror

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2 responses to “Movie Review – Child’s Play”

  1. At first, I thought the notion of not having a serial killer possessing the doll might hurt the story but I was surprised. The writer went with more of a “Man’s Best Friend” meets “The Terminator” with the humor of “Small Soldiers” mixed in! I wondered if they’d have the iconic line “This IS the end, Chucky” but they did!

  2. Yeah, it worked out didn’t it? It’s probably because Mark Hamill does his villains right. 🙂

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