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    IT (2017)

    Itnote is the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King's classic 1986 horror novel of the same name directed by Andrés Muschietti. The film tells the story of seven children as they are terrorized by the eponymous being, which exploits the fears and phobias of its victims in order to disguise itself while hunting its prey. The film will depict roughly half the book, focusing on most of the childhood events of the main characters. Set in 1989, the story begins when a young boy named George 'Georgie' Denbrough disappears after the sudden arrival of a mysterious clown named Pennywise. Georgie's older brother, Bill, is left distraught by his disappearance, and after an encounter with Pennywise, looks for the help of six other outcasts who have had similar encounters with the clown and its other forms. The seven work together to find out the truth about this shapeshifting creature - which they dub 'IT' - and see if they can rescue Bill's missing brother. The movie is an adaptation of the parts of the novel that are about the Losers as children, scheduled to be released on September 8, 2017. A sequel based on the parts of the novel about the Losers in adulthood (with flashbacks to their childhood) is in development, with one of the film's writers slated to return and a projected 2019 release date.
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    terrytyn Anonymous
    lights off, screen on!
    2020-01-11 08:01
    terrytyn Anonymous
    here we go
    2020-01-11 08:01
    thissiteisgay1 Anonymous
    The quality is abysmal.
    2019-09-12 21:09
    bob Anonymous
    great no lag or delay just great
    2019-05-15 01:05
    MELVIN Anonymous
    continues in IT chapter 2
    2019-05-10 08:05
    DoesAnyoneThinkAnymore Anonymous
    Good grief, use your eyes, people. As soon as you click 'play', all you need to do is hit the CC button to turn the subtitles off. No issue whatsoever with picture quality. As for the movie, it feels like great pedophile bait. I don't care about being called a 'hater', it means nothing anyway. It also wouldn't make me wrong. I liked the movie. Being able to think and use my brain, I still saw flaws with it, DESPITE liking it. If calling out flaws is being a hater, then whatever. Besides cussing kids (cause it's cool and "they're just words"), the effects were top-notch. Pennywise's first appearance in the sewer was great. Theeen every other instance of him showing up was just meh. The script felt extremely cringe in most parts and ... oh good, I get to see children making out. Seriously, a lot of this felt like the early stages of child porn acceptance. You even have a creep in the comments talking about how she was too hot for her own good. , OPEN UP.
    2019-04-27 14:04
    Briannaisscared Anonymous
    I am 10 and I am going to watch it I am so scared
    2019-04-21 18:04
    why Anonymous
    this clown was too charismatic to scare me lol the movie was gr8 <3
    2019-01-21 19:01
    cometougandabroder Anonymous
    hey @pennywise no u, no one loves u! actually everyone does cuz moderation.
    2019-01-21 19:01
    cometougandabroder Anonymous
    hey...wanna watch *it* -NO GROSS But... I hear *it* is really scary... -wtf
    2019-01-21 19:01
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  • Actors of "IT (2017)"

  • Characters of "IT (2017)"

    Bill Denbrough. Character of IT (2017)
    Ben Hanscom. Character of IT (2017)
    Beverly Marsh. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Sophia Lillis
    Richie Tozier. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Finn Wolfhard
    Mike Hanlon. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Chosen Jacobs
    Eddie Kaspbrak. Character of IT (2017)
    Stanley Uris. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Wyatt Oleff
    Pennywise. Character of IT (2017)
    Henry Bowers. Character of IT (2017)
    Belch. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Jake Sim
    Victor Criss. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Logan Thompson
    Patrick Hockstetter. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Owen Teague
    Georgie Denbrough. Character of IT (2017)
    Al Marsh. Character of IT (2017)
    Officer Oscar 'Butch' Bowers. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Stuart Hughes
    Zack Denbrough. Character of IT (2017)
    Sharon Denbrough. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Pip Dwyer
    Mrs. Kaspbrak. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Molly Atkinson
    Leroy Hanlon. Character of IT (2017)
    Gretta. Character of IT (2017)
    Mr. Keene. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Joe Bostick
    Rabbi Uris. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Ari Cohen
    The Butcher. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Anthony Ulc
    The Leper. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Javier Botet
    Headless Boy. Character of IT (2017)
    Judith. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Tatum Lee
    Hostess. Character of IT (2017)
    Played by: Edie Inksetter
  • Directors of "IT (2017)"

    Andrés Muschietti. Director of IT (2017)
    Andrés Muschietti
  • Creators of "IT (2017)"

    Chase Palmer. Director of IT (2017)
    Chase Palmer
    Cary Joji Fukunaga. Director of IT (2017)
    Cary Joji Fukunaga
    Birthdate: 10 July 1977, Oakland, California, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "IT (2017)"

    New Yorker
    September 11, 2017

    The movie is not terrifying but blandly edifying; its scares, foreshadowed as if by telegram, are delivered less effectively than its life lessons.

    TIME Magazine
    September 09, 2017

    Doesn't cut very deep and isn't very scary.

    Tribune News Service
    September 08, 2017

    It's such a great performance that you wish Muschietti had eased up on the CGI and just let Skarsgård do the talking.

    Village Voice
    September 08, 2017

    Even those unfamiliar with the book might wonder why this kids-only manifestation of IT feels strangely toothless on the horror front.

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    September 08, 2017

    This new It has more on its mind, and gives more body and voice to King's ideas of childhood anxieties and the corrosive power of fear.

    San Diego Reader
    September 08, 2017

    Horror's power here does not come from monstrous imagery, but from the encounter with evil... Muschietti seems to miss that, going for teeth over terror from the get-go.

    We Live Entertainment
    September 10, 2017

    It makes me nostalgic for when I used to get scared by movies because I don't anymore... But man oh man, It captures how it feels to be a scared child.

    Creative Loafing
    September 10, 2017

    A respectable addition to the King cinematic canon.

    The Ooh Tray
    September 10, 2017

    It works well as a roll call of childhood fears.

    The Patriot Ledger
    September 10, 2017

    "IT'S" bark is worse than its bite.

    Ozus' World Movie Reviews
    September 10, 2017

    Another Stephen King novel made into a film that looks good but fails to deliver the chills his readers must have felt.

    Daily Express (UK)
    September 10, 2017

    Muschietti serves up yet another tale of a group of misfit BMX kids riding around a small town America trying to solve a mystery.

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