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  • Actors: Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham, Christine Elise, Brad Dourif
  • Directors: John Lafia
  • Writers: Don Mancini
  • Producers: David Kirschner, Laura Moskowitz, Robert Latham Brown
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Dubbed: German
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Universal Pictures UK
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Jun. 2002
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005NPMX
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,423 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The sequel to the 1988 horror hit 'Child's Play'. Eager to relaunch their product, Chucky's manufacturers reconstruct the doll in a bid to dispel the negative publicity surrounding it. Of course, the newly-assembled Chucky wastes no time in tracking down Andy Barclay, the young boy who burnt him to a crisp in the previous episode, and starts making his life hell all over again.

Synopsis

Chucky's back! Traumatised by the events in Child's Play, young Andy (Alex Vincent) moves in with foster parents (Jenny Agutter and Gerrit Graham) who attempt to help him forget about his past. But his Chucky doll (voiced by Brad Dourif) is reanimated and continues to plague him. Once again, the evil doll wants to transport its killer soul into the body of the child.

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Gadget VINE VOICE on 28 Oct. 2010
Format: DVD
Universal must have realized the potential this franchise had and quickly snapped up the rights from MGM after the first movie came out. Writer Don Mancini also must have figured out that his creation of a foul-mouthed killer doll was too good for just one film. The Chucky series would seriously evolve and change over the years but even in this first sequel things are already looking quite different.

Now that the cat is out of the bag and we know that Chucky really is alive and it isn't just Andy's imagination, our killer doll gets much more screen time and his wicked personality has more time to develop. The animatronics have improved and a lot of Chucky's character comes through in his wild facial expressions.

Director John Lafia shoots the film with a bright, playroom color pallet with a higher quality film stock, giving it a more sophisticated sparkle. He's also fully aware of how silly the killer doll concept is and seizes the opportunity for a little bit of that self-aware, sometimes sarcastic humor seen in the later films.

Graeme Revell usually does the most generic horror scores, especially in recent years, but surprisingly he gives Child's Play 2 the best score of the series. With a full orchestra at his disposal, he doesn't hold back on the action cues and even delivers a couple of pretty good themes. So much better than the rotten score to the first film and probably one of the best horror scores of the early 90s.

There isn't much of a story to Child's Play 2 however. It's just the same as the first, with Chucky going after Andy, who is now staying with a foster family, once more. The body count is higher and there are some good kills. I've heard people complain about the 'silly' spanking death of the schoolteacher. Well, this ain't true.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By William Mason HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 21 Feb. 2015
Format: DVD
The Chucky Doll is a best selling children's toy which, just like the Cabbage Patch Kids, has achieved huge worldwide success notwithstanding its dubious looks. One of the dolls is possessed by the spirit of a notorious serial killer, Charles Lee Ray, better known as the Lakeshore Strangler.
A young boy named Andy Barclay is receiving psychiatric care, after a bad experience with the killer doll in the first Chucky movie ( you don't strictly need to view the Chucky movies in the correct sequence, each one stands alone with its own self-contained story). Andy is adopted by a caring middle-aged couple with a teenage adoptive daughter, Kyle, a girl who knows the Kevin and Perry "I Hate You!!!" routine off pat. Jenny Agutter plays the mother, with a passable American accent.
The evil spirit living inside Chucky needs to find a human host, and Andy is still the chosen one. Chucky quickly inveigles his way into Andy's new household, and is soon on the hunt for the boy's soul again...
This horror flick is now twenty five years old but it's aged quite well. The animatronics and F/X used for Chucky are well done. He has a suitably sinister voice, nicely malevolent facial expressions and a witty line in black humour. His mocking laughter is excellent. The orchestral film score is atmospheric and perfectly judged. Jenny Agutter as always is superb, although this is one of her film roles which allowed her to stay fully clothed.
If this film was released today, I think that it would probably be a 15 rather than 18 certificate (and most likely a subject for pastiche in one of the Scary Movie franchise of films). There are a few scenes of gore, but nothing excessive or really disturbing. Overall, this is an entertaining and somewhat campy horror flick, which probably deserves a modern treatment with state of the art CGI.
Thank you for taking the time to read this review.
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By Albatross TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 Jan. 2014
Format: DVD
If you never saw the first `Child's Play' film... it's about a serial killer whose soul gets trapped inside a children's doll and then goes on to persecute the poor little boy (Andy Barclay) who buys him. Now, after sending the offending dolly back to hell, he's back again (you don't need to know how - basically the same way Freddy, Jason or Michael Myers always comes back - yet - again). And, guess what, Andy Barclay is top of his `hit list.'

Brad Dourif returns to voice the killer doll, Chucky, and he gets it right on the mark again. However, the story does get a little bit repetitive after a while. It focuses around no one believing Andy that his doll is alive (and evil), only to find they're proved wrong when the doll kills them in a grisly manner (rinse and repeat). Plus you can tell who's going to die a mile off - all the adults are pretty horrible and you won't really shed a tear when any of them get gutted. Then there are the lapses in physics, i.e. when a plastic doll can regularly overpower fully-grown adults.

However, despite all its flaw, Child's Play 2 just about does the job. If you liked the first one, this one does its best to keep the franchise going along the same lines. However, if you're new to the films, I'd start off with the first one (it's easily the best and scariest) before seeing if you want to watch this one, too.

I may even go as far as to claim this is a 3.5 out of 5, but it's probably not a 4.
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Sorry Jack Chuckys Back! But this is not up to the same level as the original. With Andy Barclays Mother put away in a mental home over her claims the doll they killed was alive and committed all those murders Andy is put into foster care. After being taken by a family Andy is clearly still haunted by those days with Chucky and is withdrawn, while it seems the spirit of Chucky still remains in the doll though in all honesty the film does not really go into great detail how. Before you know it Chuckys back and badder then ever, aware he has to find Andy to move his soul into him as that is how this vodoo works. The odd dead person on the way Chucky aims to find were Andy now lives so he can come back to life in a human body, the body being Andys! This is miles from perfect! The acting is pretty average at best and it feels a little bit naff compared to the original, the reason it works is Chucky is better then ever and really carries the entire film with a rather weak cast around him! He is so good to watch that the film becomes watchable/good. Not as good im afraid but worth a watch, horror fans will almost definately like it! 3 Stars.
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