It's an R-rated, nasty Amblin movie. It's STRANGER THINGS without the nostalgia overload, but funnier and with the horror dialed up to 11.
Everytime a Pennywise scene finished, the whole theater exhaled.
Give me a sequel. NOW.
It was always the plan to do the kids for the first film and any follow-up to be with them as adults. Although I am sure some stuff has already been filmed for the sequel.
I love this quote. I went into detail about that prologue clip where Pennywise kind of gets turned off by Georgie's laughter, like the monster inside of him can't keep up the facade of a happy clown. I'm glad that's the characterization for the whole movie.
Oh my god......I have to see this.
Mm-hmm. It doesn't feel like half a movie or anything, but the kids know Pennywise springs up every 27 years, he seems very wounded but not dead at the end, and they all make the promise to come back to Derry if he returns.
Also, the final title card as the film fades to black says IT: CHAPTER ONE.
Well the kid actors from the tv movie still could.