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It really kept me at the edge of my seat. Pennywise looked and talked creepy. It was a fantasic adaption of a terrfying novel. It not as bloody as the novel is. There is no sexual content. But there is rumors about a main character named Beverley, rumors are she sleeps with guys. So overall IT was amazing it has great actors and great actress. Just strong performesces. Had useful details. Parent Written by Manuel G. September 23, Parents: please check what your kids watch Simple: let your kids be kids, this is not a movie for young teens, and of course not for kids.
They will have time to watch this movie later on in life. Peer pressure is high, we need to protect our kids, there are better movies that bring better values than this one. Helped me decide 1.
Read my mind 3. Adult Written by Wade W. September 6, Cool horror movie! It is a horror movie with child wanted and his a little violent but is very good! This title contains: Positive role models. Helped me decide. Adult Written by Maria B.
October 10, Has an amazing message This story is about a group a kids who stick together through everything and stand up for each other no matter what. Although some reviews may say this movie is scary, the message beneath it is beautiful. I took my 11 year old daughter to see it and she loved it! Overall, this movie is amazing and empowering to teenage kids. Read my mind. Parent of a 10 and 13 year old Written by John Behr March 12, What's the damage? A lot.
However, in the end, the children choose interpellation over agency and return to the nursery and their home with their parents. The main character claims that they are just filming a movie, however the cops still shut down their attempts anyway. Please read one yourself before filling your shelves with the book series. Going Places. Looking for a book by title?
The problem doesn't come from the plot, which is a ripoff of '' Super 8'' and ''A Nightmare on Elm Street'', you can see a lot of other problems with ''IT''. Let's get down to said problems.
The kids are stupid. For instance, the Losers' Club never get help from the police, let alone a single adult, they just go to fight Pennywise all by themselves, and they don't even bring any weapons. Too much violence. As far as violence goes, Pennywise is stabbed in the head, he slashes a child's chest open, tears another child's arm off, a bully tries to carve his name in a child's chest and Pennywise is hit with a chain, a bat, a pipe, a rod, and even bare hands.