After hearing that Andre Toulon’s puppets have no strings but rather seem to have a life of their own, Dr. Hess, a Gestapo henchman during World War II, sends the Gestapo to the theater to kidnap them. Toulon’s wife, Elsa, is killed and Toulon is taken away by the Nazis. However, on the way to headquarters the puppets attack the Gestapo and escape with Toulon. Now Toulon begins to plan his revenge. He creates a new puppet, Six-Shooter. Now Toulon’s army is ready for revenge.
The first one wasn’t that bad. The second one I will probably have to watch again because I wasn’t too impressed with it. But this one was much more interesting then the first two. The movie starts out a bit slow like the first two, but quickly picks up. This time we are introduced to Six-Shooter. The one thing I didn’t like about this puppet is his laugh. For some reason I found it annoying. One thing I liked the best about this movie is that that Nazi dude gets what he deserved at the end. Probably the best death scene in the movie. But overall, this wasn’t a bad sequel. I found myself really starting to enjoy it. If you liked the first two you will probably love this one. So it’s worth a rental. I give it a 6 out of 10.