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IT (2017)

Stephen King's 1986 horror novel 'It' directed by Andrés Muschietti was adopted in 2017. The story of seven children who are instilled with fear by a being which takes advantage of their phobias and fears in order to hunt them while disguising itself. Only half of the book's events is depicted in this film showing the main characters' childhood moments. The story begins with Georgie, a young boy named George Denbrough, disappearance caused by a mysterious clown Pennywise who suddenly arrived. His distracted older brother is seeking for help from other 6 forsaken children who faced Pennywise after he faces the clown and its other shapes himself. They cooperate together calling this formshifting creation 'IT' and try to rescue missing Georgie. The release of this adoption is scheduled for September 8, 2017 and basically this film refers to those novel's part which are about Losers as Children. The sequel which is based on parts about Losers in adulthood is going to be released in 2019, as one of the film's writers stated.
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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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Creative Loafing
September 10, 2017 A respectable addition to the King cinematic canon.
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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.
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TIME Magazine
September 09, 2017 Doesn't cut very deep and isn't very scary.
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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.
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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.
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The Ooh Tray
September 10, 2017 It works well as a roll call of childhood fears.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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The Patriot Ledger
September 10, 2017 "IT'S" bark is worse than its bite.
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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.
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IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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