IT Chapter Two Early Reviews: Scarier and longer run time has fans hypnotised by Pennywise

The film picks up twenty-seven years after the original film as everyone in the loser club is all grown up away from the town except one.

Sanyukta ThakareUpdated: Friday, September 06, 2019, 11:43 AM IST
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Based on Stephen King's 1986 novel of the same name, IT came out in 2017. The first installment of the film series released with mixed reviews. While many were happy to visit the childhood classic, many complained about the film not being scary enough. Now two years later, the makers have come out with the film’s second and final installment, as Pennywise comes back to haunt the town after 27 years.

The film picks up twenty seven years after the original film as everyone in the loser club is all grown up away from the town except one. The big cast of the show includes, award winning actors such as Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, James Ransome and Jay Ryan. They decide to end Pennywise once and for all before he chomps down more children but as the kids became bigger so did their nightmares.

The second installment too has received some reviews on social media. While fanatics are pleased to see every bit of some have said the duration is a bit too long. One fan went who enjoyed the film said, there were bits which could be removed, but he still enjoyed those extra moments too.

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