Child's Play 3

Plot hole: No amusement park ride company would ever produce a prop scythe that was as sharp as depicted in the movie.

Plot hole: At some point during the war games exercise, headquarters would have eventually discovered Sgt. Botnick's body, and then they would have immediately stopped the exercise.

Plot hole: There is no way a military academy wouldn't teach their students the first rule of using a firearm: when you are given a firearm, you must always check if it is loaded and what kind of bullets it has. So there is no way Chucky could have switched the paintball shells with real bullets without someone noticing.

Revealing mistake: After Whitehurst is blown up by the grenade and Andy gets to him you can see Whitehurst blinking his eyes even though he is dead. (01:10:45)

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Andy Barclay: What are you doing?
Whitehearst: Polishing Sheldon's shoes.
Andy Barclay: He makes you polish his shoes?
Whitehearst: No, I offered out of the kindness of my heart.

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Trivia: Minor Spoilers for "Cult of Chucky." Series creator Don Mancini's original idea for "Child's Play 3" included multiple Chuckies. When Chucky's blood is accidentally mixed into the molten plastic, every single doll the assembly line produced was going to be possessed by Chucky's spirit. The idea was dropped for time and budgetary reasons, so only the first doll produced had his soul inside of it. Mancini always loved the idea, and was later able to implement a variation of it in the seventh film, "Cult of Chucky." (Although in that film, Chucky is able to possess multiple hosts at the same time thanks to a spell that more-or-less copy/pastes his spirit).

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Question: When Chucky is loading the guns with real ammo instead of paint, why would a military school store or even use live rounds?

Answer: Military schools usually have gun ranges, so they would have live ammunition for that.

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