Word of advice, if you loved the original Child’s Play movies, skip this reboot. Let Chucky live in your memory just as he was before the image is forever corrupted by this “updated” version of the character.
All in all, I.T. managed to make viewers think about technological dependency. It was straightforward. It was deliberate. It was simple, but the execution was on point so that in the end, it managed to get its message across and communicate the essence of caution about the people we give our trust to as well as sharing information online.
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