I just got back from seeing the new “IT”, unsure of what I was going into and being a little skeptical of if it would live up to the expectations I had myself for it; Which means you have expectations for it as well more than likely. First of all I wanna say that it was difficult to even get these tickets, They were all sold out except for front row with only two seats and we had five people with us. Luckily I look up at the show times and I noticed they literally just added two extra showtimes while I was looking so I reserved us the seats in the middle row. When the movie first started I felt excitement just because the intro had a red balloon. Then that excitement started to grow even once you see that paper sailboat because you know exactly what’s coming next if you’ve seen the original or read the book (which they did incredible recreating that fantastic scene). The cast did a great on their characters; Bill Skarsgård did an incredible job as “Pennywise” and I loved his take on on the famous character. Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard also did a great job and brought some laughs to the movie while keeping the suspense and keeps you wondering what Pennywise has up his sleeve next. In conclusion, It keeps you on the edge of your seat and was one of the better Stephen King adaptions. You will have a great time if you get your friends, reserve your tickets and remember…              (P.S there’s no after credits)

4 thoughts on ““IT” (2017) LIVES UP TO THE HYPE

  1. I think it depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for a dark comedy with scares like Zombieland, it works. If you want pure horror, rent Dead Silence. That will mess up up. In either event, I think the original IT was better because of better child actors and the great Tim Curry.


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