Child's Play 2

Other mistake: No warehouse would stack their products in a labyrinthial way. They would be stacked in rows. (01:05:30)

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Other mistake: When Andy is in the Chucky Factory at the end, the boxes momentarily knock him out, as the camera is on him, you can see that his eyes are blinking when they're shut.

Other mistake: At the beginning, we see the workers attaching Chuck's head to his body. But there's no place for the wires that would operate the dolls, seeing as how the workers believe he's just a normal doll.

Other mistake: Many times in the film, it's obvious that Chucky is inactive and not alive, yet supposed to be. When he falls to the floor beside the photocopier, for instance, it's obvious he is off and inactive. (00:58:40)

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Continuity mistake: In one scene, Chucky and a girl are driving down a road when they get pulled over by a cop. The cop is surprised to see a "Good Guys" doll, and is shocked to see that its nose is bleeding. They do a close up of Chucky's nose, and blood is running from it. When they cut to the cops point of view, where Chucky and the girl are both in frame, the blood is gone. It doesn't reappear for the rest of that scene, even though no one wiped it away. (00:54:55)

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Chucky: Did you miss me, Andy? I sure missed you. I told you, we were gonna be friends 'til the end. And now, it's time to play. I got a new game, sport. It's called "Hide the soul." And guess what? You're it.

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Trivia: In a 2018 interview, series producer David Kirshner revealed that of all people, Steven Spielberg was instrumental in helping get "Child's Play 2" and the later sequels made. MGM, the studio that made the original, decided not to produce a sequel when a new company president took over who disliked horror movies. Several studios started a bidding war for the "Child's Play" property, but Spielberg called Kirshner and encouraged him to go to Universal. Kirshner contacted Universal, and mentioned that Spielberg suggested them. The executives immediately made Kirshner an offer to make not only "Child's Play 2" but all future films in the series, and even accepted most of Kirshner's demands about the franchise, allowing he and co-creator Don Mancini to be in control of the series - something that likely would not have happened had another studio bought the rights in a bidding war.

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