Child's Play 2

Synopsis: Andy Barclay has been placed in a foster home after the tragic events of the first film, since his mother was committed. In an attempt to save their reputation, the manufacturers of Chucky reconstruct the killer doll, to prove to the public that nothing was wrong with it in the first place. In doing so, they also bring the soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray back to life. As Chucky tries to locate Andy, the body count rises. Will Andy be able to escape, or will Chucky succeed in possessing his body?
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): John Lafia
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
  1 win.
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

I have a meeting

in a few minutes...

with some very jittery

stockholders, Mattson.

I hope you have

good news for me.

Yes, sir. I do, sir.

Every tabloid's running headlines

about Andy Barclay...

and his killer

Good Guy doll.

What about his mother

and the police?

The police were smart. They denied

everything. They can't hurt us.

The mother backed up

her boy's story in court,

so she's under

psychiatric observation.

Where's the boy now?

Midtown Children's Crisis Center.

Foster custody's pending.

My stomach hurts,


Is this what you

call good news?

No. I'm getting to that.

Our biggest problem

has been the rumors.

Good morning,

Mr. Sullivan.

People are saying

that some joker at the company...

must have tampered

with the doll's voice cassette.

"Hi. I'm Chucky.

"I'm the Lakeshore Strangler.

I'm going to kill you. "

Something like...

Well, something like that.

But the good news,

Mr. Sullivan,

is that now

we've got the doll.

We've rebuilt it

from head to toe.

A lot of it was

burned to a crisp,

but everything checks out...

voice cassette, servomechanisms...

We've found absolutely nothing.

This is a quality control report.

I'm sure it will make

the stockholders very happy.

I want to see the doll.


Mr. Sullivan's here.

We ready?

Give us a minute. We're not

used to making them manually.

- What's wrong?

- I don't know. It's stuck.


They'll have this,

uh, worked out.

- Oh! Oh!

- My God!

Oh, Jesus!


Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh!


Andy, you still dreaming

about Chucky?


- You want to talk about it?

- No.

Oh, come on, Andy.

Remember what I told you?

Talking helps make...

the nightmares go away.

Well, Chucky was trying

to take over my soul.


This bad man got

inside my Good Guy doll...

so he wouldn't

have to go to hell.

But then he wanted

to get inside me.

Why, Andy?

'Cause if he stayed

inside the doll too long,

he'd be trapped in there.

He needed me 'cause I was the

first person he told his secret to.

What secret?

That his real name

was Charles Lee Ray.

Boy, that's a scary dream.

It was.

You know,

dreams can't hurt you.

Dreams aren't real.

- Right?

- Right.

- In here.

- In there.

Let's hurry up.

I don't care what it takes.

Put a lid on this.

That's not a problem.

Listen to me.

You smuggle this error

out of here in 24 hours.

- Yes, sir.

- Now if you will excuse me...

I've got a meeting

I've got to get to.

As far as the stockholders

and I are concerned,

this matter is finished.

What do you want me

to do with the doll?

Stick it up your ass.

Naturally, he was badly traumatized

by the murders,

but they bounce back

pretty fast at that age.

- Poor kid.

- What Andy needs now...

is a normal family environment,

a fresh start...

and a chance

to forget the past.

Since you've done so well

with so many kids,

we were hoping you'd foster him

until his mother recovers.

- There's always room for one more.

- Mmm.

What does that mean?

Uh, well...

he seems... normal enough,

but how has all this affected him?

In order to come to terms...

with something he couldn't

possibly understand,

he turned it all into

a kind of fairy tale.

He insisted his doll

was responsible.

He said it was possessed...

by the soul

of Charles Lee Ray.

- Who?

- The Lakeshore Strangler.

He murdered a dozen people...

in this series of

ritual voodoo killings.

Are we even qualified...

to take care of

a boy like this?

I understand your concern,

Mr. Simpson,

but this is just a child's way...

of coping with

a difficult situation.

Andy's fine now.

He just wants

to get on with his life.

So, Andy, what

do you like to eat?

All kinds of things.

What's your favorite food

in the whole wide world?


Besides chocolate.

My mom used to fix me eggs

for breakfast. I like eggs.

You got it.

Let's stop at the store.

- The one down here?

- Yeah, the organic one.

You're in luck, Andy.

Joanne's a terrific cook.

You like sushi?

You know what...

- Phil, look out!

- Jesus Christ!

Look out for the car.

Hey, wait up.

Make yourself comfortable, Andy.


Well, I have to get back

to the office this afternoon.

I thought that you'd

done everything.

Oh, I have...


First rule.

Don't touch the old stuff.

- Sorry.

- Well, that's okay. No foul.

It's just that, well, we collect this

junk, and a lot of it's fragile.

- You like it?

- Uh-huh.

It's been in my family

for three generations.

My grandmother gave it to my mother

and my mother gave it to me.

And who are you

gonna give it to?

Why don't you take this upstairs and

explore. I'll be up there in a minute.


What do you think?

Oh, I'll get used to him.

Jesus. Did you

ever hear of knocking?

Andy, did you find...

What, are you crazy?

Give them to me.

Come on, Joanne.

Phil will shoot you

if he catches you again.

Andy, this is Kyle.

She's staying with us too.

- Charmed.

- Kyle, what is this?

You've been here three weeks.

Why haven't you unpacked?

What for? I've never spent more

than a month in any home.

With that attitude,

I can see why.

Put these things away, then do me

a favor and help me get dinner started.

Can't. Got to work tonight.

Kyle, that's the third night

in a row.

I'd really like it if you'd spend

a little time with the family.

I need the money.

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Don Mancini

George Donald Mancini (born January 25, 1963) is an American screenwriter and film director. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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