Bride of Chucky Movie
Bride of Chucky is a 1998 Hollywood black comedy slasher film, the fourth installment of the Child’s Play franchise and the sequel to 1991’s Child’s Play 3. Chucky and Tiffany, two possessed dolls, head to New Jersey to look for the former’s amulet that can help them regain their human form. Here you will find the details of Bride of Chucky Movie Rating, Synopsis, Review.
Release Date: 1998
Director: Ronny Yu
Screenwriter: Don Mancini
Bride of Chucky Movie Rating, Synopsis, Review:
- Rowan= 6 / 10;
- Ellis= 6 / 10;
- Ryan= 5.5 / 10;
- Ronan = 4 / 10.
Bride of Chucky (1998) Synopsis:
Charles Lee ex-girlfriend manages to steal the remaining of Chucky and brings back to life the soul of her beloved inside of the killing doll.
Bride of Chucky (1998) Review:
This fourth sequel of the Chucky series is the one that introduce of the most important character of the franchise: Jennifer Tilly (here as Tiffany). This may be the one of the best aspect of the movie which, other than that, is often considered as one of the worst of the series.
Indeed, the concept of the killing doll start to be quite overused by now, and bringing a girlfriend to Chucky not only is difficult to justify, resulting in a rather far-fetched story. Unfortunately, bringing Chucky a girlfriend only barely compensate for the repetitive story, and it seems that every Child’s Play movie revolve around the same concept: a poor innocent(s) is accused for Chucky murders because no-one believe a doll can kill.
This said, Bride of Chucky remains an interesting one for those (like me) who are quite found of the franchise. It is the sequel that marks the transformation from a slasher to a comedy-oriented movie, something that fits quite well with the Child’s Play atmosphere (I’m a big fan of “Seed of Chucky”). A more than watchable sequel!