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Chapter Two

DVD - 2019
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Twenty-seven years after they defeated Pennywise, he has returned to terrorize the town of Derry once more. When kids start disappearing again, Mike, the only one who stayed in Derry, calls the others to come home. Each damaged by the experiences of the past, they must conquer their fears to destroy Pennywise once and for all.


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JCLHeatherC Jan 21, 2021

The casting was terrific! They hired kids who actually looked like the adults, or the other way around. Either way, this gets an A from me.

Dec 30, 2020

Spoiler: Let IT stay dead!

Sep 12, 2020

This movie is weigh to long. Almost three hours.

Aug 17, 2020

Better than I thought it would be, although they could have edited out a few minutes as it was a bit long. A bit more horror/blood than Chapter 1, which I liked better.

JCLSarahZ Aug 11, 2020

Scary, but not horrifying.
Overall, this movie was good (better than 2017's IT) but I deducted a star for the unnecessarily violent beating in an opening scene.

May 27, 2020

There are some spectacular moments in this film, but as other reviewers have stated, there is an incredible amount of slow time in between. Somehow, this film managed to not be any more creepy than the 30-year old TV mini-series. Seems it was a waste of the "freedom" you have in film. But they did use the opportunity to do some PC proselytizing, which was completely unrelated to the film and not in the source material. That's always a big distraction and disappointment to me. Too slow and too preachy to be a good film.

May 12, 2020

An unnecessarily long and monotonous sequel that tarnishes what the first remake did. Plus a total waste of the actors time, despite them trying their hardest to elevate the material it all falls flat because of the script. It's like Muschietti was sleep walking while directing this.

Apr 25, 2020

So, so long. Perhaps the editor went missing. That clown is creepy AF though.

Mar 12, 2020

Some things are best left alone. This is prime example. Miscast and badly written dialogue; if the actors used the 'F-word' just a few more times this terrible re-make would have clocked in at over 3 hours. Maybe they could try it again and just use the 'F-word' for everything actor's. At least it would have funny. But this? This entire mess is just a waste of celluloid. Can you say paycheck, anyone? Sure, I knew you could. Steven King's cameo is the best thing in this.

Mar 07, 2020

I won't watch this again.

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