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Crazy Credits The film title "It" appears at the start as the camera zooms out of a Derry sewer tunnel. The title appears again in the closing credits with "Chapter One" added to it.
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Bill Denbrough as Jaeden Lieberher. Beverly Marsh. Richie Tozier. Eddie Kaspbrak. The only movie that I can recall having that, in my lifetime at least, was Paranormal Activity in The word of mouth for that movie was so strong that it became a sensation.
And I feel like that that could be said for this movie as well. People, as much as they may have wanted to see the movie, wanted to experience the horror with a group of people.
And, somehow, that was something that drove the movie's success. Again, however, the movie is quite good.
But is it great, well, I guess we'll have to get into it, shall we? In many ways, and I may have seen this in the Honest Trailer for this movie, but this really is like a horror version of Stand By Me which, in the book Four Seasons four short stories covering all being set in different seasons, duh it's called The Body.
And, as I mentioned, Stand By Me is my personal favorite King adaptation and I love the original story as well.
The movie doesn't really delve that deeply into the horror at first. There's obviously bits and pieces here and there, where Pennywise uses the Losers' fears against them in order to terrify them, but I feel that the movie first attempts to establish the Losers Club before really going full-on with the horror.
That's where the Stand By Me comparison comes into. Stand By Me doesn't have a horror bone in its body, it's a story about a group of friends traveling to see this dead body and the experiences they share together to get to that point, what they learn about each other and how that experience, for better or worse, changes their friendship forever.
Of course, this movie differs in that every experience the Losers go through only drives them closer together.
Though, by the same token, you could say that, eventually, this group will all go their separate ways when they graduate, and Beverly leaves by the end of the movie, so the group isn't exactly intact, but it's left in better shape than the friendships in Stand By Me.
Another thing I liked is that, at least through Bev, Bill and Ben, the movie frames its story as a coming-of-age one. There's this interesting quote in the book that the director points to which says that being a kid is learning how to live and being an adult is learning how to die.
And the movie plays with that in some ways, because these kids, at least very early on in their lives when they probably shouldn't have to, come face to face with their own mortality through Pennywise's continuous attempts to kill them.
Or, at the very least, terrify the shit out of them. These kids have to learn to survive in a world where there are, seemingly, no adults to protect them.
Bill's parents seemed to have distanced themselves from what happened to Georgie, while Bill refuses to let go, attempting to find where his brother may have, Beverly's father obviously abuses her sexually, this is heavily implied though.
Eddie is a hypochondriac as a result of his overbearing mother. Mike's parents died when their house burned down. Henry, the bully, is physically abused by his father as well.
Again, essentially, this is a movie about kids, who are left on their own, whether abandoned or abused by their parents in some way both physical and emotional learning to survive on their own, relying only on each other since they have no one else.
And, at the same time, and this one is really interesting to me, Pennywise is also fighting for survival. Pennywise feeds on the fear kids have of him and, these are the director's own words, Pennywise feels the need to kill these children out of necessity.
Not that he doesn't enjoy it, of course, but he feels he needs to in order to be alive in the children's imagination.
Because, if they're not afraid of him, that takes all his power away. This isn't exactly a unique concept, as I feel one of the Elm Street movies played with this concept, but it's the whole idea of Pennywise doing what he needs in order for his own survival that's interesting.
This isn't a topic that's explored in Elm Street in reference to Freddy. Freddy's just an asshole, right? Let's talk about Pennywise's actor, Bill Skarsgard, for a moment, shall we?
Look, we all know that Tim Curry's performance as Pennywise in the It miniseries is iconic and, as great as Bill Skarsgard is in this movie, he can't do Tim Curry.
Skarsgard admitted to this himself. At the same time, given that this movie was a feature-length film with far more of a budget than the original miniseries, I feel that this movie just does a better job of making Pennywise truly and utterly terrifying.
Whether it be from his physical appearance, to the way Bill Skarsgard's interprets the character, I just feel that this version is bound to be more memorable than Curry's.
And that's not to say that Skarsgard is better than Curry, cause he might not be, it's all a matter of taste, I just feel that, with CG, they can do more with the Pennywise character than they could have done before.
I feel that the character of Pennywise, from the marketing material, made such an impression that people just wanted to see what he looked like and, again, I feel like that played part in why the movie was as successful as it was.
When the kids first go to the abandoned house where the well is where Pennywise lives down in the sewers and you get your first REAL good look at Pennywise for a good length of time, this scene absolutely shines.
Every scene with Pennywise himself is tremendous, it really is. And it's not that the lead characters themselves aren't likable or you don't want them to overcome this evil There's something magnetic that draws you to him and, really, maybe that's some sort of a flaw because, again, it's like there's nobody there BUT Pennywise.
In fact, and I know I can't be the only one who felt this way, I feel like we should have seen even MORE of Pennywise.
It just sort of surprises me when people who watched this movie watched it through their eyes because Pennywise was too creepy.
Yes, his appearance is definitely that of a creepy fucking clown, but, again, there's something about him where you can't help but look at him.
Then again, I'm not really scared of clowns and it's not like I shat my pants watching this movie this isn't me being 'macho' or anything, but I never get scared with horror flicks , but I just know quality stuff when I see it.
And Bill Skarsgard's presence as Pennywise is, quite literally, out of this world. The kids themselves are tremendous. Ben and Richie were my personal favorites, as far as characters went, but all of the kids do absolutely tremendous in this movie and I do believe the movie pays respect to these characters.
Having said that, one of the biggest problem, if not the biggest, is the fact that outside of Ben, Bev, Bill and, maybe, Eddie, there's not much in the way of character development for the remaining members of the club.
Eddie has his hypochondriac issues, to be sure, but the movie is mostly centered around Bill, Beverly and Ben. Richie is the comic relief, but there's no real depth to his character.
And, honestly, they do absolutely nothing with either Mike and Stanley. They do explain Mike's fear as a result of his guilt for his parents being burned alive but, outside of that, there's nothing to the character.
And Stanley, who's getting ready for his bar mitzvah, is scared of this creepy painting of this woman whose face is all messed up. Throughout the novel It , some events are depicted from Pennywise's point of view, describing itself as a "superior" being, with the Turtle as an equal and humans as mere "toys".
It's hibernation begins and ends with horrific events, like the mysterious disappearance of the Derry Township's settlers in or the ironworks explosion.
It awoke during a great storm that flooded part of the city in , with Bill's younger brother Georgie the first in a line of killings before the Losers Club fight the monster, a confrontation culminating in Bill using the Ritual of Chüd to severely wound It and force It into hibernation.
Continually surprised by the Losers' victory, It briefly questions its superiority before claiming that they were only lucky, as the Turtle is working through them.
It is finally destroyed 27 years later in the second Ritual of Chüd, and an enormous storm damages the downtown part of Derry to symbolize It's death.
In the miniseries , Pennywise is portrayed by English actor Tim Curry. One original guise is made for the miniseries: Ben Hanscom's deceased father played by Steve Makaj.
Will Poulter was originally cast as Pennywise, with Curry describing the role as a "wonderful part" and wishing Poulter the best of luck, but dropped out of the production due to scheduling conflicts and first film's original director Cary Fukunaga leaving the project.
Spanish actor Javier Botet was cast as the Hobo leper in both movies and the monstrous form of Ms. Kersh in the second film.
Two original guises were made for the first film: the Headless Boy, a burnt victim of the Kitchener Ironworks incident played by Carter Musselman , and the Amedeo Modigliani —based painting Judith played by Tatum Lee.
Several media outlets such as The Guardian have spoken of the character, ranking it as one of the scariest clowns in film or pop culture.
Rowling would later emulate with boggarts. Dowling in his The American punk rock band Pennywise took its name from the character. The character was suggested as a possible inspiration for two incidents of people dressing up as clowns in Northampton, England and Staten Island, New York , both during In , appearances of "evil clowns" were reported by the media , including nine people in Alabama charged with "clown-related activity".
The first reported sighting of people dressed as evil clowns in Greenville, South Carolina was by a small boy spoke to his mother of a pair of clowns that had attempted to lure him away.
Evil clowns were reported in several other U. One hypothesis for the wave of clown sightings was a viral marketing campaign,  possibly for the Rob Zombie film 31 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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