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Seed of Chucky

Seed of Chucky ★½ 2004 (R)

The fifth in the “Child's Play” series is filled with the usual camp and carnage, and a movie-within-a-movie premise. Tilly plays herself as an actress filming a “Chucky” movie as well as the voice of Chucky's doll bride, Tiffany. Homicidal dolls Chuck (voiced by Dourif) and Tiff are onset and are eventually reunited with longlost offspring Glen (voiced by Boyd), who has a gender crisis due to a lack of anatomical correctness and is sometimes Glenda (a nod to Ed Wood's 1953 masterpiece). Chucky thinks it would be swell if Glen/Glenda could have a sibling, with Tilly as the mom. The actress is nothing if not game for a variety of indignities and snarky one-liners. Waters appears briefly as a pesky paparazzo. 86m/C DVD, HD DVD . US Jennifer Tilly, Hannah Spearritt, John Waters, Jason Flemyng, KeithLee Castle, Steve Lawton, Redman, Tony Gardner; D: Don Mancini; W: Don Mancini; C: Vernon Layton; M: Pino Donaggio; V: Jennifer Tilly, Brad Dourif, Billy Boyd.

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