Bride of Chucky

Chucky and Tiffany reveal themselves to Jesse and Jade, and ditch the van for a mobile home. In the mobile home, Jesse and jade end up getting Tiffany and Chucky into a fight, until jade kicks Tiffany into the mobile home's oven, and Jesse throwing Chucky out of the window. The home is wrecked after it crashes, and explodes as Jesse dives out of the door. Chucky basically takes jade hostage by riding on her shoulders with a gun as she runs for the cemetery. Jesse grabs Tiffany and runs after them, eventually arriving at the cemetery, and Jesse gets jade back and Chucky gets tiff back. Finally, Chucky kisses Tiffany , but she stabs him in the back.so that breaks a big dual out with shovels. In the end, Chucky kills Tiffany, but Jesse hits Chucky into the tomb. A detective comes and jade takes his gun and riddles Chucky with gunfire. Tiffany gives birth to a baby doll, she dies, and then it attacks the detective.

James McManus

Continuity mistake: When Chucky kills the coroner there is a generous amount of blood splashing on the gravestone. But in the next shot we can see that he is standing next to the gravestone. Chucky shot the coroner in the back of the head since he was looking in the other direction and is falling on his face, so there should be no blood on the gravestone.

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Damien: Come on, let me in or I'm likely to catch my death out here.
Tiffany: Promises, promises.

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Trivia: The decision to turn the Child's Play/Chucky franchise from a slasher-horror to a dark comedy series was inspired by several factors. In addition to 1996's meta horror-satire "Scream" making self-aware horror-comedies popular, series creator Don Mancini also felt that by the time "Child's Play 3" had come out, Chucky had become such a pop culture icon, he might never be properly "scary" ever again, since people were too familiar with him. And thus, in order to keep the series fresh, he and producer David Kirshner decided to make the fourth film more comedic and self-aware in tone.

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Question: It was discovered that Chucky was able to transfer his soul into Andy's Good Guy in the first movie by not only saying a chant but also using a magic amulet. So why, in the other three movies, when he is starting the chant does he not need the amulet to transfer his soul out of the doll into someone else, but in this movie, he needs to use it if he wants to return to his own body?

Answer: There's two possible explanations. First, and the most likely, is that this is simply what's referred to as a "retcon." (Short for "Retroactive Continuity") A term to describe new information/rules/backstory/etc. that are introduced in order to alter the path of a story, or impose new ideas into a narrative. In this case, the series creator and writer Don Mancini needed a reason for the characters to go on a road-trip, hence he created this new idea for an amulet that Chucky need to obtain. And basically, Mancini himself has admitted that he will often change the rules for the series as needed from film to film based on the story he wants to tell, which makes this the more plausible explanation. The second possible explanation is that you could argue that the amulet will allow Chucky to transfer his soul regardless of how long he's been in the doll's body, surpassing the time limit imposed in previous films. But in all seriousness, the former is the more likely explanation. They just needed a new story-element to justify the road-trip aspect of the story.

TedStixon

Both answers work for me. Thank you.

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