Not bad. Kind of leaned into the campiness the longer it went. Liked it was quick, basic stock characters, etc.
Some gnarly gore though.
Yes, but it had no impact, due to the over-the-top and garish presentation of it. It was like watching Peter Jackson's Dead Alive aka Braindead in these scenes. It was comic book gore.
The very first Child's Play presented the violence as more of an undercurrent, less is more approach, and it wasn't half as gory. Even Chucky's dolly demise was made to look disturbing and real. That nasty, volatile, psychotic and psychopathic little creature was a menace to be reckoned with. Not some misprogrammed robot that needs its fix from the internet and came across as something that was as cold and soulless as the movie. Chucky in the first was relatable due to a human presence inhibiting him, not to mention his will to survive and his excitement at going to be a kid again.
I've NEVER seen a movie go from fresh (70s) to rotten (50s) in 2 days, especially AFTER it's release. Once Friday hits, the final rating is usually set in stone. I could also swear the original was not a 67 a few days ago. Something seems fishy imo.
The movie doesen't even deserve to be in the 50’s. It should be in the 60’s at least.
I see the same sentiments all over the web. Most comments about this movie are positive. Initial reviews were positive and it again climbed back into fresh territory after dropping. Then he goes back down again? I don't think I've ever seen anything like this.