Child's Play 3

Synopsis: It's been eight years since the events in the second film, we now see that Andy is a teenager who has been enrolled in a military school. Play Pals Toy Company decides to re-release its Good Guys line, feeling that after all this time, the bad publicity has died down. As they re-used old materials, the spirit of Charles Lee Ray once again comes to life. In his search for Andy, Chucky falls into the hands of a younger boy, and he realizes that it may be easier to transfer his soul into this unsuspecting child. Andy is the only one who knows what Chucky is up to, and it's now up to him to put a stop to it.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Jack Bender
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
  1 win & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
23%
R
Year:
1991
90 min
1,954 Views


(Winch clicking)

(Blood drops)

(Bubbles popping)

(Chucky screams)

(Shutter clicks)

This is Andy Barclay. Eight

years ago, he started the scandal

that nearly crippled this company,

claiming his Good Guy doll Chucky

Was possessed by...Charles Lee Ray,

the notorious Lakeshore Strangler.

(Murmuring)

I ask you, ladies and gentlemen,

after all the lawsuits

and negative publicity,

When the company is finally

getting back on its feet again,

Where is the Wisdom in putting

the Good Guy back on the market?

Mr Sullivan,

before any of this happened,

the Good Guy outsold

all our other toys two to one.

Even now, interest in

the marketplace is at its peak.

The factory is running again.

We should be in stores by next Week.

We cannot let the fantasies

of one disturbed boy

influence company policy.

What if the doll somehow affects

another child in a negative Way?

You could have

a public relations nightmare.

You know, one of the hardest

things about this business

is that it is a business.

It doesn't matter What We're selling,

Whether it's cars, nuclear Weapons,

or, yes, even toys.

The bottom line is the bottom line.

And What are children, after all,

but consumer trainees?

(Chuckling)

Andy Barclay is ancient history.

No one remembers him. Nobody cares.

I have made up my mind.

We're moving ahead.

Thank you.

(Woman) OK.

(Man) All right.

Mr Sullivan.

If there's nothing I can say

to convince you,

then I must go on record With

my position:
I'm against this.

Your position is

crystal clear, Miles,

and you can be sure I Won't forget.

Just a minute, folks!

We have a little surprise.

The guys at the factory

sent this over.

It's the first one :

the Good Guy of the 90's!

(Applause and cheers)

Well, if there's nothing else,

I'll get going.

Fine.

(Man) It's just

my Wife's expecting me.

I It's our anniversary.

I Fine, Petzold.

Well, I guess I could review

the Larabie report after dinner.

I Good night, Mr Sullivan.

I Good night.

(Lift bell)

(Sighs)

(Ice clinking into glass)

(Ice rattling)

Ahh.

(Grunts)

(Heavy sigh)

'Despite a downdraught,

'stocks Were able to post a rally

thanks to a couple of factors...'

(TV continues)

'In a moment...'

(Mutters)

(Groans)

Uh, Where is it?

(Groans)

Phew!

(TV continues)

(Groaning)

Ahh!

(Groaning)

(Siren)

(Siren stops)

(Train Whistle)

(Clicking)

(Whirring)

(Doll) Hi, my name is Larry.

(Doll 2) Hi, my name is Paulie.

I Hey, Wanna play?

I Hey, Wanna play?

I I like to be hugged.

I I like to be hugged.

I Hi, my name is Larry.

I Hi, my name is Paulie.

(Dolls continue dialogue)

(Dolls stop talking)

(Screams)

(Whimpers)

(Chucky laughs)

Don't f*** With the Chuck!

Oh, my God.

(Sullivan groans)

Ahh!

Bull'sI eye!

(Grunting)

Ahh!

(Screams)

(Chucky screaming)

Just like the good old days.

Nothing like a strangulation

to get the circulation going.

You're my only ticket

out of here, Andy.

I got to get out

of this goddamn body.

Where are you, you little sh*t?

(Military drumbeat)

(Boy) Left! Left!

InWard, hut!

(Woman) Come on. You can do it!

Come on. You can do it,

Jackson, hurry up.

Yeah! Move. Yes!

Come on. Let's go. Yeah! Come on.

Get moving!

Go to the end of the line!

(Orders continue)

(Man) I see that

for the past eight years

you've been in foster homes.

Mind if I ask Why?

They took me away from my mother.

She's, uh, under special care.

I know that.

I meant how come you never

got settled anyWhere?

Adjustment problems.

I can read, Barclay.

I'm asking you.

I never felt comfortable

With those people.

They Weren't family,

they Were strangers.

All right, listen up, Barclay.

I'm Willing to cut you slack

because you've had it so rough,

but you're a troublemaker.

And I got a real problem

With troublemakers.

They don't fit into the system.

So here's my advice.

Grow up, you're not a kid any more.

It's time to forget

these fantasies of killer dolls.

Yes, sir.

"When I Was a child,

I thought as a child.

"But When I became a man,

I put away childish things."

I Corinthians.

Look alive, Barclay, on your feet!

At Kent, We take bedI Wetters

and turn them into men.

(Electric raZor buZZes)

Oh, yes. Yes. Ooh, yes!

We're seeing some skin now,

aren't We?

Presto! You're bald.

(Chuckles)

Always feels a little Weird at first.

Next.

(TV) 'I'll get us out of this.'

'Move it. Sit down.'

Kiss it goodbye.

(Cartoon voices continue)

You know, the Romans invented

the military cut.

I You know Why?

I Why?

To keep their hair short

so their enemies couldn't grab

ahold of it in battle

and slit their throat.

(Chuckling) Now, hold still.

(TV) 'Ah, look out, there. Look out.'

(Cartoon continues)

Oh, sh*t.

(Chuckles)

(Boy on TV) 'We're back,

and We're better than ever.'

'No one Will play With me.'

'UhI oh. There's a friend in need.

'Hey, cheer up!'

I (Boy) 'Who are you?'

I 'I'm a Good Guy.'

("Good Guy" echoes)

'I've just come from the clubhouse,

and I'll be your friend.'

'You Will?.'

Wow!

'Sure I Will.'

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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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