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Child's Play

“Child's Play” is a different look at the legendary horror film from the 90s, about the “Chucky” doll. At one time, he inspired wild fear in all lovers of this genre. A little six year old boy, Andy Barclay, lives a normal life. He is surrounded by his beloved parents, who do not care about the soul with a howl of a lovely child. Also next to him are his friends. Together they love to play different computer emulations and modern technologically advanced toys.

One day for his birthday, a boy receives an expensive gift from his loving and caring mother. Seeing that there is inside, it covers a mad happiness. After all, this is not just some kind of banal radio control machine, but a skillful creation of engineering thought. A doll that can talk, walk, run and even make certain movements that look like a dance. Once he decides to boast of it in front of the local children. The kids admire and secretly envy their mate. Each of them would like to possess her. But everything is not so bright. After all, it takes possession of an evil dark entity. Now they have to go through all the circles of hell.
  • Language: English
  • Time: 90 min
  • 6.2/10
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Final grade: 9.38 out of 10
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MoviesJul Administrators 23 March 2020 12:19
The 1988 Children’s Games, better known as «that movie about the Chucky Doll,» was far from the first, but probably the most noticeable picture, comprehending people’s natural fear of overly humanoid dolls. In a good way, an absurd, but sometimes sincerely creepy movie, with all the unusualness of the concept, worked exclusively within the genre patterns, and it worked, which is really good. In addition, for the eighties slasher, it was surprisingly frivolous about itself — it would be strange if a movie about voodoo magic and a filthy little doll suddenly began to sullenly sow eyebrows.

The subsequent parts only deepened the comedy of the Children’s Games, and the franchise entrenched itself in the rank of category B thrash, funny not so much consciously as contrary to the latest films — which, by the way, came out much more than they should have. The natural fear and successful exploitation of the «sinister valley» effect eventually gave way to lazy shock content, and the franchise, the last part of which came out only in 2017 (but no one will condemn you if you have not heard anything about it), was desperately needed one of two things: either final oblivion, or a fresh look from the side. The first here, perhaps, was preferable — but Hollywood reasoned differently.

And now the new «Children’s Games» of the Internet era, «smart» houses, closed children and the widespread postmodern are coming out. It is shot by a certain Lars Klevberg — the director of a good short film Polaroid and a mediocre feature film based on it, not the most obvious and reliable candidate for the revival of Chucky’s former glory (however, the author of the original Tom Holland was also not a great director). He used to have neither a special sense of humor nor even a decent genre tact — and therefore it is surprising and encouraging to see that in his «Children’s Games» there is both.

A new understanding of the already not very serious franchise turned out to be even more prone to pure screenwriting than the absurd original and its splatter-thrash sequels. The first half of the Children’s Games generally resembles a Shazama rather than any modern horror: it is such a nostalgic teenage adventure with a clear influence of the aesthetics of the 80s. Now it seems very logical and somewhat ironic that Chucky’s previous appearance on the screen didn’t happen in his personal franchise, but in Spielberg’s «First Player to Get Ready» — a retro skit that marks the final departure of pop culture from understanding and reflections in culture endless self-references.
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