Final verdict: ' It ' Movie is a must watch movie, and it is amusing, scary, and heart touching.
There Pennywise, a supernatural demon clown, lurks underground and lures Georgie to a gory fate that kicks off a chain of deaths for the town's teenagers and odd visions among the seven members of the Loser's Club.
When young Georgie becomes the latest to vanish, his older, stuttering brother Bill takes it upon himself to seek out the odd, shape-shifting force responsible. Only together can they face the strength of Pennywise. "They see more, believe more, they notice more", he says, adding that he wanted to create characters who were beginning to disbelieve in most childlike fairy tales, but still could believe in the truth of a scary clown haunting the sewers.
From the John Williams-style score to the ET-era Spielberg direction (there's even a bike with a basket on the front), it is a glorious tribute.
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You're damn right it can. However, Bill Skarsgard is reportedly having "mixed feelings" about returning to the franchise to play Pennywise a second time. And although it is a genuinely bad production - with Curry's iconic performance being its only saving grace - it did leave an impact on a generation of young horror fans who caught it on TV after their parents went to bed for the night.
The rest of the cast are great too.
Finn Wolfhard, one of the stars of the Netflix cult hit "Stranger Things", is enjoyable as Bill's best pal Richie. It's like a sassy Goonies. However, as terrifying as some parts of the movie were, the more I kept watching, the more I enjoyed IT. If you're a horror fan, don't miss "It"! That is the easy part. The story has a fullness that makes you care for the characters mental health as much as their physical. "It was a mixed feeling, but ultimately, of course, I loved the whole thing".
A couple of the set pieces are outstanding. Let us know down below in the comments! It's the largest Thursday preview for a horror film, an R-rated film, a September release and a Stephen King adaptation ever.
Metaphorically, It lays it on a bit thick.