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4.2 out of 5 stars
Child's Play 3 [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
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This is probably done in rush because​ there is no thought gone into the plot.

Set eight years after Child's play 2 is 16 year old Andy Barclay played by Justin Whalen who does resemble Alex Vincent very well.
Chucky soon tracks him down but finds a black kid Tyler (Sylvers) and now he becomes a target to the mythical creature that is told about.

It is an okayish sequel but here you have Chucky running after​ one blooming child when they are dozen other children at the military to tell that big secret. Go figure!
It is still watchable because of Chucky and legend Brad Dourif as the voice of Chucky​
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on 29 September 2017
Many hate this but I think it is a classic
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on 6 July 2017
Scary
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on 6 December 2011
i bought all 3 childs play dvd still want bride of chucky and seed of chucky you need to get the 1st one to know how the story starts and how the doll comes alive overall good
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on 15 March 2017
A really fun film with a plot so unrealistic that provides for fantastic entertainment.
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on 10 April 2017
great film
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on 4 May 2017
Great laugh ,great horror that's all you need
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on 22 April 2017
Great
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on 26 July 2002
Arguably the worst of the four films of the series, Child's Play 3 seems to lack any of the wit, style, pacing and and even the original gore of the others.
The lack of a younger, more innocent Andy "no-one believes my story!" Barclay only adds to the trouble here, as we join him this time around in his late teens and in the military. When little Chucky (somehow brought back to life after exploding in a sticky mess at the end of the second film) wraps himself up and posts himself (yeah, right?!) to Andy at the military, things get a bit hairy. People start getting bumped off in rather ugly ways. One scene in particular sees a routine combat paint-ball game turn deadly when Chucky empties the blanks and replaces them with real bullets.
Not least the most infamous of the three because of the whole Jamie Buldger case surrounding it. But that's no excuse to watch it, nor is it an excuse to own a copy: it was never banned as a result, anyway. If anything, it was just a smattering of media-blame exploitation which, ironically, didn't do CP3's box office any harm, either.
Overall, Child's Play 3 is a bit of a mess. It's not even got a real message at its core (just in case you were wondering, I think in particular the original Child's Play did have a very good, poignant message in amongst the torture and death). Nah, this film is just plain nasty. Just a paltry excuse to let ...[Chucky] back out and kill again without really knowing what to do with him or where to go next.
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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 1 February 2014
‘Child’s Play 3’ is one of those films you either love or hate (assuming you liked the first two, anyway). It continues the tale of the killer doll (‘Chucky’) who’s possessed by the soul of a serial killer blah, blah, blah and is still hunting down the only person who he can transfer his soul into. However, his ‘soul’s desire’ is no longer a young boy, but a teenager at military school. This basically gives the film its setting for the next ninety minutes.

No, Part 3 is not really as good as parts 1 and 2. Even the writer admits to feeling ‘rushed’ into doing as sequel so quick off the back of part 2. However, it’s not as bad as it could be. There’s nothing amazingly original here – Chucky kills, no one believes that the doll’s real until it’s too late and so on. Like Part 2, everyone who’s in any way nasty (mainly adults) meet a sticky end, leaving you to almost feel that Chucky is doing the world a favour by getting rid of them.

But there are some nice set pieces among the obligatory ‘teen romance’ sub plot, so, like I said, if you liked the first two, you’ll probably enjoy this one – just don’t raise your hopes too high.

Also, it’s worth noting that Part 3 is the last Child’s Play/Chucky film to ‘play it straight.’ After this one, the franchise took a ‘less serious’ tone. If you continue to watch the films that follow, expect more black comedy instead of chills.
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