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Seed of Chucky 2004

Chuck (Brad Dourif) and Tiff (Jennifer Tilly) return, resurrected by their son (Billy Boyd), and hit Hollywood in the fifth film of the CHILD'S PLAY series...

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anyway i love all the movies even this one
I've always wondered how can the thing piss it's pants if it doesn't have any genitals
seed of chucky

i really didnt understand what the movie was supposed to be a comdey or horror .but i can say it fails at both in every possible way ,there was a couple of chuckles but they were few ,dont waste your time :rotten: 1-zero-

Yeah, so I didn't like it in theaters but do now. Well screw you guys! It was good fun.
Now that school's out for the summer, I thought that I would have a chance to relax and tend to my journal the way it needs to be tended. Shows how much I know. Between running off to summer seminar after summer seminar and birthday party after birthday party, I barely have time to get my movies watched let alone written about.

It tends to happen from time to time.

Thankfully, I have yet to see a film this summer that requires much attention in review. So, to get caught up (and feel like I've actually accomplished something), here's a list of the films I've seen -- in no particular order -- complete with reviews no longer than a paragraph each.


Actually, much better than I expected. Malevolence pays homage to the good slashers of the late 70's and early 80's with gusto. The characters behave believably (something that usually mars a bad slasher), there's plenty of tension-filled thrills, and the setting is sort of Texas Chainsaw meets Halloween. Too bad that it is just another slasher that doesn't offer anything new to the sub-genre.

Rating: 7/10 :fresh:

That'll about do it for now. Should have a list of books up pretty soon (I'm in the middle of reading about 5 or 6 of them right now ... and will start posting as I finish).
What can you really expect from a film called Seed of Chucky? Not much, but when what you get is entertaining enough, then sometimes that is more than you can ask for from something like this. This movie may not be much, and it may be pumping every last drop out of the Child's Play franchise, but I liked it enough to give it a fresh rating.

I like Jennifer Tilly, and really liked her in this movie. Usually with a movie like this, you get this sense of desperation from actors who do stuff like this just because they can't get anything better. But Tilly plays it with such seriousness, you don't feel bad for her in this movie. You feel like she belongs, but not so much that she couldn't do "real" movies in the future.

I think it is great that this series has taken the comedic route. After the death-blowing third film, I didn't expect there to be much more you could do for the series. I didn't care much for Bride of Chucky, but felt it was a step in the right direction.

This film proves that. It is funny, but it still packs enough death and gore to satisfy any horror fan. That is if they aren't so serious about the movies they see. Seed of Chucky isn't meant to be a serious film, but it is meant to be a seriously entertaining film.

Some may ask, "Why see this if it isn't meant to be serious?" To that I say, don't see it. This is just a fun little film to see, and enjoy. Unless you are troubled by graphic images of gore, mutilation, masturbation and plastic breast, there is reason enough to see this movie. It moves by pretty fast, and is over before you know it. And if you are like me, you will have wanted it to last just a little bit longer.
Like I said in my Bride of Chucky review, I liked the fact that the movies turned to an more humorous side. But even though this movie was better then Bride of Chucky, I think the the first will always remain the best. This movie brings new life to the franchise but also gives it a decent ending. I wouldn't care ether way if another was made. I'm sure another movie could be made, and I know another one doesn't really need to be made. I you kinda liked Bride of Chucky you probably like this. But if you didn't like all the humor I suggest you stay away.
The Chucky movies were already on self parody and this movie really didn't need to be made. It is just to heavy-handed with its wink wink at the camera.
It has just been a week of crap, I mean liquid crap that squirts out and dries into dingleberries. I just don't have it in me to drive out of state to see 'good' films and Batman Begins is wearing my pockets thin.
What a poor excuse for anything. Was it supposed to be scary or humorous. Crap, I cannot begin to describe this filth without being overcome with seething hatred. I don't think I will see anymore Wes Craven films after this. Okay maybe one more.
George A. Romero's Land of the Dead
He may have created the genre, but that doesn't mean that he is the best at it. This was the first time that I've been bored watching a zombie flick. I cannot give this a rotten rating since some of the scenes with the zombies were pretty cool, but the whole movie was rotting from the core throughout the movie. I like both schools of zombies, both slow and fast, but this Romero needs to be put to rest.
Michael Baldwin looked and sounded like a girl. The only reason for any points is because of the bug and silver ball thing. They were hilarious, even though they were supposed to envoke fear. I almost fell asleep, a feat accomplished only once while watching Bait.
Seed of Chucky
At this point it is clear that the series is more morbid humor than horror. Some of the scenes were chuckle worthy but the film just bombed. I won't even bother to explain this film, just get something worthy of your time.

:fresh: I didn't really like the kid that much, but Jennifer Tilly really made up for it.
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