Bride of chucky movie review - Aussieboyreviews
DOES CHUCKY GO SEXUAL IN BRIDE OF CHUCKY?
He definitely does! This boring dark horror-comedy focuses on the classic killer doll, Chucky, and his bride. As you may have expected, there are plenty of sexual references and violent scenes.
Chucky, the killer doll possessed by serial killer Charles Lee Ray, meets the perfect mate and heads to New Jersey to look for the former’s amulet that can help them regain their human form.
Director: Ronny Yu
Cast: Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, Katherine Heigl, Nick Stabile, Alexis Arquette, John Ritter
Writer: Don Mancini
Release Date (Australia): 7 January 1999
Runtime: 89 minutes/1h 29m
Genre: Horror, Comedy
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The film contains themes relating to possession, murder and crude humour.
The film contains scenes in which people are attacked and injured with knives, resulting in large amounts of blood detail.
The film includes use of the word “f**k”.
The film includes scenes in which characters are viewed smoking marijuana.
The film features crude depictions of a fantasy characters upper buttocks and a brief depiction of a woman’s upper breast.
The film features crude sexual humour and innuendo, in addition to a scene in which the shadows of fantasy characters having sex are viewed on a wall.
R (for strong horror violence and gore, language, some sexual content and brief drug use)
Aussie boy's thoughts
There’s no real delight within the stupidity and absurdity Bride of Chucky brings us towards. Don Mancini, the writer of the Child’s Play movies, has all of a sudden dumped the comedy genre in with the horror. He was able to invent something completely new and surprise the fans, but with complete silliness.
Brad Dourif is back as the now-boring Chucky, but Jennifer Tilly also joins him as a possessed bride-doll. The bride, both in human and doll character, is completely unfunny and unlikeable. What’s worse is the human characters, who are just so unlikeable that the story is boring and unsatisfying when it depicts them. That’s if you’re kind enough to agree that there’s some sort of plot in there.
The only strength in Bride of Chucky is some of the fun moments. There’s only a small amount of fun, which is forgotten by the end. The romantic aspect is completely unnecessary; who ever wanted or needed to see Chucky go sexual?
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