IT chapter two starts off with a throwback to the first movie. How the group of kids blood swore if Pennywise the clown ever came back they would come back to the town and kill him for good. The movie then goes into the first return of Pennywise, killing a gay man that was thrown off a bridge and ate his heart. One of the kids in the group stayed in their hometown the entire time, keeping track of sitings and stories around the town. He catches wind of this one which sounds like pennywise and calls the other kids, who are now adults, and tells them to come back because they made a promise. One of the eight kills himself in the bathtub the night before he is supposed to return to their hometown. The other 7 all meet at a Korean or Chinese place for dinner and catch up on the last 21 years they missed. At the end of dinner, the fortune cookies have a message for them from pennywise. This begins their search and you’ll have to watch the movie to find out.
This movie was almost 3 hours long and I loved every second of it. Given the gory details and all the scary stuff, I truly enjoyed the storyline, graphics, and character development. They all seemed to have grown even closer than before and learned so many self-reflecting questions throughout. The adventure side in me meets scary and a little bit of drama? what more could you ask for from a movie. I like movies that have a beginning middle and end. And could even be continued if they wanted to. I cant stand a movie if it’s barely a climax and then the end is right after. IT defiantly is a 10/10 for me. In the spirit of the Halloween spirit, go watch it!
5 Replies to “IT Chapter II”
I absolutely loved this movie, and everything about it was terrific. The gore, the plot, every scene well just well done. I love the second film too, great work.
Great Movie! I love the in depth detail you provided as well!
I have not seen the movie but I really enjoyed the review you wrote. I don’t know that I’ll ever watch the move, just because I don’t watch many movies, but it’s nice to still read reviews!
I’ve seen this movie too and I loved how they tied it back to the first one by bringing all the kids back together after so many years! Love your overall blog topic as well, excited to read your next post!
I never saw IT Chapter 1, but I did see Chapter 2 and for not really understanding what the mission was, it was a good movie. Good review too!