Child's Play 2

Child's Play 2
When Chucky is resurrected by the toy factory that created him, he has only one thing on his mind---to find Andy Barclay and take his soul. With his mom being committed to an institution due to their original run in with Chucky, Andy finds himself trying to adjust with the Simpsons at his new foster home. As things turn deadlier, Andy soon finds that his only ally could be Kyle, the teenager who also lives with the Simpsons. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Child’s Play 2”.

· Joanne and Phil are taking Andy home when Joanne yells, “Phillip look out”. The close-up view shows Phil’s feet hit the brake and the car skids to a halt. The view of the car from under the truck shows the car coming to a stop again.

· At school, Mrs. Kettlewell tells Andy, “No toys, head down”. The wider view shows Andy’s head down with his face toward his right. His arms are crossed over the paperback books on the desk. It cuts to a close-up and his head is up and he places his chin back on his arms. The paperback books are also stacked neatly in front of him.

· Chucky stabs Mrs. Kettlewell when she’s searching for Andy in the closet. The keys she’s holding are shown falling to the floor. A few moments later, when Chucky is shown in the closet and starts walking toward her, the keys are nowhere to be seen.

· With the fire alarm blaring, Ms. Poole comes down the steps and grabs Andy’s left arm. It cuts to a farther view as they descend the steps and Ms. Poole is holding Andy’s left hand.

“Child’s Play 2” (1990) stars Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham, Christine Elise, Grace Zabriskie and the voice of Brad Dourif. It runs 84 minutes and is rated R for violence, language and frightening, intense scenes.

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