Freddy, Bonnie and Chica are the main protagonists in The Five Nights at Freddy's Movie.
Why They Will Make You Go Pizzas
- First and foremost, recasting iconic adult's characters from horror games like Freddy, Bonnie and Chica from FNAF franchise who previously portrayed murderous horror game villain roles as musical slapstick heroes is an extremely abysmal idea, which was why it upset and angered so many fans of the original show and its characters, since the original versions of Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica from FNAF have been fan favorites and audiences have been rooting for them for many years, only for them to end up losing all of their charm, likability and sympathetic qualities to the point that they become universally hated once they are turned into loathsome heroes, hence it insults the fanbase very hard.
- They have been flanderized to death, as they went from murderous serial-killing animatronics to silly slapstick animals who were friendly and funny.
- They begin singing and dancing after they find out that their restaurant is reopened. Singing and dancing just because a place is reopen doesn't mean it's a big deal.
- They wanted to "protect" children from anyone who wants to get them. That's technically kidnapping.
- Their appearances get creepier as the movie goes on. Later in the movie, the right half of Freddy's face and his right hand get their suit covering stitched on, making him look like a goofy Frankenstein bear.
- Let's not forget that he almost resembled Evil Con Carne.
- They are one of the main reasons why The FNAF Movie was poorly received by fans of the original series.
- Their character designs are incredibly ugly and creepy and look nothing like the ones from Scott Cawthon appearances, looking more like knockoffs of them. Bonnie has less lavender fur and has a black bow, Freddy is greenish-brown and has a red bow, and Chica has big eyes.
- They are very inconsistent in movement: Sometimes they move like an elder person, other times they move like a cheap toy robot from the Dollar Store.
- They are so poorly written that they contribute to countless inconsistencies and logic fails in their film:
- During a taping, Bonnie saves Andy in his room, and then seconds later Bonnie is seen on stage at the same time. Wasn't Bonnie supposed to be in the taping at that moment?
- Chica could easily tear off Andy's pants and give Stevie a lollipop (childhood ruined enough yet?), but she is seen struggling with hugging Beth.
- How are Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica able to say almost anything? It is never explained how they can say all these things not said during the taping. It also wouldn't make sense if they hired a voice actor for the Splits. If they did, then how would they mimic their voice flawlessly while saying things that the actor did not dress up as?
- As if things weren't silly enough, both Bonnie and Chica literally "Chikah," "Buhzah," and "Wuhpah" in this movie.
- Overall, they're a giant middle finger to their original counterparts, as well as the original FNAF franchise in general.
- All three of them get major comeuppance for their dancing streaks, with Freddy, Bonnie, and Chica being kicked out of this place.
- Foxy was the only one who wasn't with them anymore.
- In fact, he threats Bonnie to kill Harley's family; unfortunately, Bonnie killed him, but at least he forced Bonnie before he died.
- However, there was one bad quality about Foxy, as he attempted to run Mitch over with a Pizza Planet Truck (though to be fair he did kinda deserve it for being a jerk).
- Eric Bauza and Candi Milo did a good job voicing them.
- They were much more likable characters in the original games and have massively redeemed themselves in the upcoming FNAF film by Blumhouse where they become scary and murderous just like their original Scott Cawthon counterparts.
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