I was expecting this to be ridiculous, which it was. But it was also surprisingly pretty good? The suspense is set up well - shout out to the part with the batteries and elevator chase sequence (both awesome scenes). Chucky is actually terrifying, and I was genuinely scared (I'm normally not with horror movies anymore because I've watched so many of them). The kid was annoying at first but by the end he kicked ass. Also this was more gruesome…
PLEASE stop giving nominations and awards to old, established actors simply due to the fact they are old, established actors who happened to be in a movie that year.
Why are there so many big names in this? Why do they each only have like 5 lines in the whole movie? Why is Sarah Paulson playing Tom Hanks' housewife? Why does Sarah Paulson give a forced, unnatural speech about Meryl Streep, whose character she never even interacts with…