Childs Play

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Childs Play
Child’s Play November 9 1988 Country of origin in the USA. Filming took place in Illinois Chicago in the Brewster Building Apartments. The directors’ name is Tom Holland and with his significant cast John Franklin plays the Voice of Chucky writers Don Mancini with help of the story and screenplay with the help of John Lafia and Tom Holland. Won Saturn Award for best actress Catherine Hicks and Nominated Saturn Award Best Horror Film, Best Performance by a young actor and also best writing Tom Holland, John Lafia and Don Mancini. Single Mother gives her son a toy that he likes and later finds out that the doll is possessed by the soul of a serial killer as the antagonist is chucky also knows as Charles Lee Ray Whose soul was passed into a Good Guy Doll.
I like this movie because it’s scary and has scary sound tracks I like the music they play during the time the mom is looking for the doll chucky. I enjoy the movie so much because it’s a doll that kills people for him to gain a real life body into starting over with his life rather than being a doll forever. The parts I don’t like about the movie is that some scenes when the actor is ether hit or cut they don’t act like they are injured or the cut was in a different place then it was previously shown before it.
The movie relates to me because as a little kid my parents showed me the movie and scared me so much I peed and screamed and cried, but it gets better my parents dressed me up as chucky for Halloween and even bought the doll and even scared me more I could not sleep at all.. But after the years new movies of chucky started coming out and yet I watched them because I liked the movies so much after I overcame my fear of him. I think everyone will remember chucky and bring back some good memories about chucky and even how it scared them over the other chucky movies that been out when they were a…...

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