It Chapter Two’ To Begin Journey With Around 70-80 crore - Movie Reviews

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In theaters: 6 September 2019
Cast: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader  
Director: Andy Muschietti
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Producers: Andy Muschietti
Production companies: KatzSmith Productions, Lin Pictures

IT Chapter Two is playing in cinemas, but while the sequel is an ambitious effort, it can't match the heights scaled by 2017's IT Chapter One. Both movies were directed by Andy Muschietti, adapting the twin storylines of Stephen King's novel IT into two separate features. Both have been commercial hits, although IT Chapter 2 won't beat the first movie at the box-office, while IT 2's reviews aren't as strong as the original's either.

The first IT was something of a surprise hit in 2017, at least in terms of just how good and successful it was, earning rave reviews and becoming the highest-grossing horror movie of all-time. Mostly starring a cast of teenagers, such as Finn Wolfhard and Sophia Lillis, alongside Bill Skarsgård's Pennywise the Dancing Clown, it captured the same 80s coming-of-age nostalgia feel that's made Stranger Things so popular. IT Chapter Two takes place 27 years later, with Skarsgård back as Pennywise. Although the kids do return in flashbacks, they're mostly replaced by a starry adult cast, including James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, and Bill Hader.Despite so much shared creative talent and source material, IT Chapter 1 is a far superior film than its sequel. That's partly because of just how good it is, along with some (admirable) failings of IT Chapter Two, and also because of King's book as well.

Both IT and IT Chapter 2 are based on Stephen King's epic novel and, as with any adaptation, both make changes to the text, either because elements wouldn't work on-screen, for length, or because they might not play well in a modern live-action film (like IT's infamous orgy scene). But what matters most is capturing the tone and feel of the book, and in that department, IT Chapter 1 is a clear winner over its sequel.It might've taken out some of the really weird elements from King's IT book, like the turtle, but it really brought to life that mix of horror, humor, and heart that has helped make IT such an enduring work of fiction. That should extend to the second movie, but unfortunately it's lacking more than just weirdness, as it cuts down on all of those other elements as well. That might be more forgivable if it better tackled the themes of shared trauma and growing up with (or past) that as in King's novel, but here too it can't quite hit the mark, resulting in an uneven tone that doesn't quite mesh with either the novel or the movie that came before it.

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