Tommy Jarvis goes to the graveyard to get rid of Jason Voorhees' body once and for all, but inadvertently brings him back to life instead. The newly revived killer once again seeks revenge, and Tommy may be the only one who can defeat him.
It's been eight years since the events in the second film, we now see that Andy is a teenager who has been enrolled in a military school. Play Pals Toy Company decides to re-release its Good Guys line, feeling that after all this time, the bad publicity has died down. As they re-used old materials, the spirit of Charles Lee Ray once again comes to life. In his search for Andy, Chucky falls into the hands of a younger boy, and he realizes that it may be easier to transfer his soul into this unsuspecting child. Andy is the only one who knows what Chucky is up to, and it's now up to him to put a stop to it. Written by
It is very rare when a sequel is better than the first movie. But it's ever more rare when the third movie is better than the first and the second.This is the case. This is by far the best movie from all the Chucky series. Andy is no longer a child, he's grown up and he's in the military school now. That's enough to make this movie more serious than the previous two.And that's the feeling that you get. Seriousness. Andy not only has to deal with Chucky but also with the army guys in a very unkind way. There's a feeling of pressure and anguish throughout the whole movie and there are no funny moments. Well...maybe a couple, but they don't spoil mature aspects of the movie. The lines are brilliant, the direction perfect. This is by far the best of the whole Chucky series.
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