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It (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Combo Pack)
The horror thriller “IT,” directed by Andrés Muschietti (“Mama”), is based on the hugely popular Stephen King novel of the same name, which has been terrifying readers for decades. When children begin to disappear in the town of Derry, Maine, a group of young kids is faced with their biggest fears when they square off against an evil clown named Pennywise, whose history of murder and violence dates back for centuries.]]>
- The Losers' Club
- Author of Fear
- Deleted Scenes
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The film will keep your glued to your seat and that is the sign of a good movie. Pennywise the clown reminded me a lot of Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare on Elm Street series. Because IT terrorizes the children with their worst fears before it kills them. Tenderizes the meat from what I read somewhere.
I have not read the book which seems longer than the holy bible. I did know a little about the story from the old ABC miniseries. But let’s be honest made for TV movies almost always suck no matter how good the acting by Tim Curry. You can’t get away with anything near an R rated film on network TV. So right off the bat I knew the production was going to be much better.
I liked how this film stuck with just 1 of the books focusing on the children’s story and the sequel will follow the kids as adults. Great move by the filmmaker’s part and it’ll pay huge dividends at the box office for them.
IT is a recent horror movie worth watching it isn’t 4 hours long, it does have some very chilling moments. The bully’s are all believable Gretta is a real bitch, and the Bower’s kid is just nuts. After awhile I was rooting for IT to find and eat Gretta. Maybe IT does in the sequel? One can always hope right. I was also hoping Ben eventually ends up with Beverly. Excited to see the next film to see what happens next.
I read somewhere that the only part of the movie that didn’t seem realistic was the kids bicycles no BMX or 10 speeds. The bikes would have fit more in a 1970’s time period. But besides that slight oversight the film is excellent.
As well as having home issues to get through and a horrible bully named Henry Bowers (Nicholas Hamilton) to deal with every day. Being a teenager is hard enough without an shape shifting clown trying to eat you and your friends.
I expected the movie to scar me for life, since the original did. A lot of the movie is quite touching, funny and even fun. Yes, there's some terribly frightening moments but the coming of age sentimental stuff is what I mostly left with. I felt kind of good after the movie rather than losing sleep.
The casting is perfect as is every performance in the movie. Bill Skarsgard is an amazing Pennywise. He's scary as hell, throughout. Probably the best villain performance since Heath Ledger's Joker. What mostly makes the movie fun though is Finn Wolfhard's performance as Richie Tozier, the smart-ass of the Losers Club. He gets all the best lines and is hilarious throughout.
IT is what you get when the director and studio actually care about the source material and want to do it justice. I wish I could say the same for the adaption of Stephen King's Dark Tower, since I read every book. So much more love and thought was obviously put into making this movie good. Which makes IT one of the best Horror and coming of age stories in years. As well as one of the year's best.
Disclaimer, 15+: This movie is rated R for good reason. The language is strong and there are quite a few adult jokes in it. Blood and gore are seen somewhat frequently throughout the movie (as can be expected). The jump scares are consistent and I wouldn't suggest watching it for those who have nightmares easily or are scared of clowns.