Chucky hooks up with another murderous doll, the bridal gown-clad Tiffany, for a Route 66 murder spree with their unwitting hosts, two eloping high-school graduates.Written by
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Soundtrack features a Powerman 5000 track. Lead singer Spider One (real name: Michael David Cummings) is the lead singer of the Industrial Metal/Electronic Rock group. He is the younger brother of musician Rob Zombie whom also appears on the soundtrack twice (once for his original Groove-Metal band White Zombie plus again for a solo career track of his, Living Dead Girl). Marks the only time Spider One & Rob have appeared on the same motion picture soundtrack. See more »
(at around 1 mins) The flag in the beginning of the movie is improperly displayed. When hung on a wall, the Union (meaning the stars) is supposed to be in the flag's upper right corner, or the viewer's left. See more »
Hey I'm on my way. And don't forget my money.
See you soon. And Bailey, don't you forget.
[Bailey nearly gets into an accident from glancing at the bag]
Curiosity killed the cat.
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At one point during the credits, you can hear Tiffany say "We belong dead", and at the very end, after "Human Disease - Slayer" is played, Chucky says "That's more like it", followed by his evil laughter. See more »
When aired on TV, these scenes were included, though not included in the theatrical release: Officer Bailey coaxes a security guard out of the evidence depository before going to get the bag containing Chucky; When David, Jade and Jesse leave Warren's, there's additional dialogue between them, including a scene where Jesse gives Jade a metal bracelet that's been in his family for years. See more »
Chucky (the murderous doll from "Child's Play" and 2 crappy sequels) is dead. But his ex-girlfriend Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly) gets his remains and (using "Voodoo for Dummies") revives him. Then, through circumstances too convoluted to get into, SHE is killed and has her soul put into another doll! Together they fall in love and kidnap a nice couple (Nick Stabile, Katherine Heigl) to take them to Chuck's coffin to get an amulet to make Chucky and Tiffany real people again...
A lot better than it sounds. After the last two sequels to "Child's Play" (both of which were horrible) I was expecting the worst, but this actually was lots of fun. The movie doesn't take itself seriously for a second (seriously--how could it?) and the lines and situations are actually quite funny. Also there are a few VERY gory murders thrown in to satisfy us horror fans and the film never stops moving. The movie also has a few things usually not found in a horror movie--a gay best friend (Gordon Michael Woolvett) who is intelligent and not played for laughs and a sequence in which Stabile has his shirt off just to show his muscular body. John Ritter has a nice cameo too as a sheriff.
The acting is good--Stabile is young, VERY handsome and likable; Heigl doesn't have much to do but pulls it off and Brad Dourif (the voice of Chucky) and Tilly are hilarious as the murderous dolls. My favorite part is when the dolls have sex (don't ask) and she asks for a rubber and he responds, "But I'm MADE of rubber!" The special effects are good (no lousy CGI here) and this is one of the few horror films to mix humor and violence in an entertaining way. Well worth seeing. I give it a 9.
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