There's a clever bit of marketing going on for the Child's Play remake where posters were released maiming toys that look very similar to the toys we grew up loving in the Toy Story series. We all know who is gonna win at the box office this weekend, but hats off to the marketing crew behind the Chucky reboot.
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Toy Story 4
Toy Story 4 is the sequel we didn't need, but thankfully is still another Pixar classic.
Following the gang after Andy gives them away to Bonnie in the third movie, Woody tries to find his new purpose now that Bonnie doesn't seem to need him anymore.
Much like 90% of Pixar movies, the kids in the theater leave with a smile on their faces and the adults are a blubbering pile of tears. While Toy Story 3 was the equivalent of an emotional kick to the gut, the fourth is more of a lighthearted and wholesome adventure about second chances.
I left with a smile on my face, instead of needing to take the day off of work the next day, like after the 3rd one. - Zach Keast
Chucky is back with a modern twist! Instead of being possessed by a serial killer, the Buddi doll is an Alexa with overalls.
Aubrey Plaza and Brian Tyree Henry star in this remake and Mark Hamill uses his amazing voice acting to give Chucky a sinister yet cute tone throughout the film.
While the original Chucky films were more campy fun, this reboot tries to show the potential dangers of technology taking over your house while also having a bit of fun.
It's not exactly a groundbreaking remake, but you'll be surprised at how well made this film can be, especially in terms of cinematography and its score. It'll never beat Bride of Chucky though. - Michael Buckner