Child's Play 3


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Horror / Thriller / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 29%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 34622


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May 17, 2016 at 11:05 PM



Brad Dourif as Chucky
Perrey Reeves as De Silva
Catherine Hicks as Karen Barclay
Andrew Robinson as Sergeant Botnick
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664.95 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 5 / 21

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Reviewed by Kristamw 10 / 10


When I saw the first Child's Play, I was just a kid, and I absolutely HATED it. It terrified me. That was over 30 years ago. I refused to rewatch it, until a few months ago. I was surprised by how much it didn't freak me out. In fact, I was impressed with how well it was put together. So, I watched the second one a little later. And tonight, the third. Like the first two, this sequel holds a lot of promise. It's fun, crazy, and the action progresses before you can blink. The actor playing Andy this time around seems like he could be a double for the original actor. Great casting there. And "Chucky" is as wacko fun as ever. Writing Quality: An interesting setting--a military academy, where Andy presides, and where Charles Lee begins his hunt to re-enter Andy's body by using the naive Tyler to get to him. The atmosphere actually works well for the dysfunctional Chucky and his games, with a plethora of characters that add flavor to each pivoting plot point. Scare Factor: There is one scene that made me scream. Can you guess what it is? Otherwise, Chucky isn't really scary as much as he is just plain insane. Content (sex, language & violence): No sex or nudity. One kiss and a shot of a ""Playpen" bikini model. A crude crotch gesture. A bunch of language, primarily from Chucky (that's his style). Lots of kill violence. Values: Looking out for others.

Reviewed by ivo-cobra8 9 / 10

underrated unappreciated excellent solid sequel defending the third film

What the hell is wrong with you people? Why is this movie so bad in your opinion's? It is MILES way better than Bride of Chucky. Way end of the trilogy I think it is a good sequel in my opinion! I love this film I saw it as a child and didn't see it over 20 years but I today I just finished re watching it. Why is this movie people's least favorite film? hmm to me it was a great end of the trilogy and these three Child's Play movies are the only the real Chucky films in my opinion. Why these movie get's the worst rating? I don't get it. I will tell you this, it is MILES way better than all three Maniac Cop films! Maniac Cop 3 was worse than Child's Play 3 in my opinion!

Justin Whalin did great job as Andy Barclay he was good in this. Jeremy Sylvers as Tyler was really good I really love this film, good slasher film. Perrey Reeves was a hot babe in this. The plot continues in which part 2 ended and evolves about Chucky's revenge on Andy who comes back to finish what he started in Child's Play 2. This time we see Andy a 16 year old teen in the military school I absolutely love Justin Whalin and I had a fun watching this film.

I think the hate get's because the film wasn't that scary and dark enough like the first two were. It get's thumbs down by fans because it has a humor in it and the death scenes are not that quit well done. Well Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives has also humor in it and Jason walks like zombie in that film and to me it is still q great sequel. So Child's Play 3 to me is entertaining well paced I love Andy the character I easily rooted for him than evil Chucky.

Why is this film a waste of time are you that stupid? This movie is not a waste of time in my opinion I had a blast of watching it. If you didn't that's your opinion we agree to disagree.

You know what people F*** Bride of Chucky! I will not buy that stupid film anyway I will take this film over Maniac Cop 3 and Bride of Chucky anytime. Screw the next three movies. I will watch the last two movies alongside with Bride of Chucky and I will review them all and I will give my final thoughts on them.

The third film is unappreciated and bashed from fan boys it is impossible for them to accept this horror slasher third solid film.

The plot evolves around about eight years has passed since the events of the second film, Andy is now a teenager and 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.

Some people are asking how did Chucky try to put the sole in the next kid when in the second one he couldn't do it. I think in the second one couldn't do it because he waited too long for his soul to put it in that kid. I think in this film there are new rules and I think if Chucky told another boy his secret the rules have changed and he is in the beginning again, that he was before that is my explanation. I am not an expert I just think that's how the movie is.

A+ 9/10 it is not boring, over long, it is fast paced and goes quickly around. I loved it, it is not better than the first two but it is still solid excellent sequel to watch. Just like RoboCop 2 and Rambo III this sequel is very underrated and bashed from haters. Those three films I like and I will watch them anytime.

Child's Play 3 is a 1991 American supernatural slasher film. It is the third installment in the Child's Play series. The film is written by Don Mancini, and directed by Jack Bender, with Brad Dourif returning as the voice of Chucky.

9/10 Grade: A Studio: Universal Pictures Starring: Justin Whalin, Perrey Reeves, Jeremy Sylvers, Brad Dourif, Andrew Robinson Director: Jack Bender Producer: Robert Latham Brown Writer: Don Mancini Based on Characters by Don Mancini Rated: R Running Time: 1 Hrs. 30 Mins. Budget: $13.000.000 Box Office: $20,560,255

Reviewed by Darth-Helmet 7 / 10

A decent entry in the franchise and the last one worth a damn!

In 1998, 8 years after the events of the last film and after years of negative publicity about the Good Guy Dolls that involved the Chucky case with Andy Barclay, the factor has been doing strong over the years with other products and before the incident their good guy dolls were the hottest selling toys on the market that outsold their other toys. CEO Mr Sullivan (Peter Haskell) decides to get rid of the memory of Andy Barclay and his killer Good Guy Doll story to bring back the Good Guy doll on the market for the 90s at his company, thus it's reopened and he receives a Good Guy doll that is actually Chucky brought back to life as now the little terror discovers that Andy is at a military school. Andy (Justin Whalin) is 16 years old as he wants to get on with his life to forget those "fantasies of killer dolls" as his mother is still in psychiatric care even fail to cope to live in foster homes and the place is ran by Colonel Cochran (Dakin Matthews) who is in charge of the place. He befriends new friends like Tyler (Jeremy Slyvers), Whitehurst (Dean Jacobson) and Kirstin Desilla (Perrey Reeves) whom he develops romantic feelings for. Chucky has used the company's computer records to find where Andy is at and sends himself to Kent Military School, yet meets Tyler as Chucky finds out he has a new body and hasn't told anyone his secret and makes friends with Tyler as he wants to use him for a vessel to take over his soul. Andy must hunt down the little killer from taking over the boy's body.

A weak sequel to the first 2 movies and considered inferior to the second movie but very enjoyable and the last truly good Chucky movie worth a damn. After the success of Child's Play 2, Universal green-lighted a third movie and was rushed into production for a summer of 1991 release and Don Mancini wrote the script in a week. Jack Bender who did TV movies made a theatrical release here and his direction is fairly OK at best and Mancini's writing is OK but has some good lines like when Chucky says "Don't F with the chuck" or "Presto Your Dead" when he murders the barber. Andrew Robinson from Hellraiser/Dirty Harry co-stars in this one as Sgt. Botnik and Travis Fine as Lt. Shelton as this sequel is not as bad as some people made out to be. But for me personally i think it's the last Child's Play movie worth a damn before it went all down hill no thanks to Mancini. The film did became notorious in the UK for 2 murders it "supposedly" spawned like the murder of 3 year old James Buldger back in 1993 by two 11 year olds whom the Tabloids blamed this movie on the murder but neither saw the film before the murder and saw it only afterwards. There was also the Suzanne Capper case which 2/3 were involved by demented killers who tortured her listening to recordings of "Hi i'm chucky wanna play" before burning her alive and killing her. That's awful what happened but you can't blame the movies for those insane psychopaths who committed such horrible murders, like Scream says "Movies don't make psychos".

The puppetry/animatronics by Kevin Yagher feels a step down from the previous film and is OK at best yet the gore effects are quite good especially when Chucky gets half his face sliced off to look like Pizza with no cheese to the death of the barber. Originally Jonathan Brandis was suppose to play teen Andy yet the role won to Justin Whalin who did a good job playing the character well. There is a fun climax set in a theme park which is quite thrilling i gotta say.

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