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Bride Of Chucky (1998)

NOTE: Air Jordan || Air Jordan Pas Cher || Jordan Pas Cher

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Ronny Yu Rating:5.4/10 (5 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on February 28th, 2013:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
It's okay but worth watching once. His broken English makes this commentary distracting. If he did the commentary in Chinese and have English subtitles, that would be okay.

"This is the little people."

"This is CGI.......sky."

Imagine listening to that for 90 minutes.
Commentary 2: Writer Don Mancini and actors Brad Dourif and Jennifer Tilly Rating:7.2/10 (8 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by drusillassired on May 25th, 2005:Find all reviews by drusillassired
This is one of the most entertaining and informative tracks I've ever listened to. While Brad doesn't contribute much, Jennifer keeps the track very much alive with many stories and enthusiasm. Interestingly enough you also get to hear them talk about all the ideas they have in mind for "Son of Chucky", many of which wound up happening in the retitled followup "Seed of Chucky" and even talk about plans to make a Chucky/Tiffany "Love Songs" CD which unfortunately still hasn't happened. Highly recommended track.
Reviewed by frankasu03 on February 5th, 2012:Find all reviews by frankasu03
Agree with the above review. I'll add that the 20th Anniversary track of the Original Child's Play (1988) is well worth the purchase. Don Mancini's track paired with producer David Kirschner is a must listen for "Chucky" fans everywhere. Don comes across as such a genial guy. He is well-versed in movie trivia, probes the producer for stories on and off the set, and really adds to the fun and mayhem of that first classic in the series. Mancini seemed to have an endless supply of Insight into the city of Chicago, actors (both minor and major) who appear on the screen, and revelations about the conflicts between himself, producer Kirschner, and director Tom Holland. For Tom's view, check out the "pirate" commentary on Icons of Fright, or Zarban- the House of Commentaries. The track on the 20th Anniversary edition is a 9 out of 10. The additional track with the actors (Catherine Hicks and Alex Vincent) and Effects man Kevin Yagher is also fun and informative. 8/10
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on February 28th, 2013:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
I'd never thought Jennifer or Brad would have much to say because they're not really in the film. It's just their voices. But they have quite a bit to say. Jennifer does most of the talking and she knows it. She talks about her no nudity clause. Brad is just there for laughs but does answer a lot of questions when asked. He's not like Robert DeNiro on the Meet the Parents track where all he does is just sit there and say nothing.

Don is very interesting. He mentions that was going to be outtakes involving Chucky and Tiffany, that the sequel was going to be "Son of Chucky" and involves Chucky trying to teach his son to kill.

Really interesting and funny track.