It Movie Reviews: Know What Critics Are Saying
‘It’, the Stephen King’s classic horror novel based movie is out in the cinemas now. You can watch It movie here.
Well, let’s admit it, clowns are so creepy looking, no matter what you think of them. In this movie, the dancing Pennywise- The Clown that will make you awake all night long for sure, who is played by Tim Curry, hunts down the kids and tortures them, in the small-town Maine, which is freakishly unsettling.
Bill Skarsgard has done very precise work with the Clown character and appearance because it doesn’t seem like he is struggling to frighten us. He’s shy—he toys with these children—making his sudden blasts of crazy comedian antagonistic vibe significantly more stunning.
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Andy Muschietti, the Argentine director has done some horrifying elements to make this movie more effective. There’s an unexpected humor that he reveals, and also the humanity- the ultimate and rare combination that is hard to pull off. The credit almost goes to the perfectly chosen casts and their performances, which make that work.
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The critics had so much to say about the movie. In spite of the fact that the youthful cast including Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, and Sophia Lillis was commended generally, critics couldn’t come to the agreement on the case of underlining the adolescent part of the film was an or more or not.
The New York Times’ A.O. Scott:
“The gang of 80’s kids who faces the Clown and the fighting their deeper horror together represents the perfect blend of latest TV series ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Stand By Me’, evoking middle school group and the brotherhood, respectively. Derry, with its redbrick facing facades and its characteristics and crimps, appears like a truly decent place to live regardless of the way that its natives, kids specifically, turn up lost or debilitated at a disturbing rate. The director has done a great job, illustrating the Mr.Stephen’s literary version.”
Chris Nashawaty From Entertainment Weekly
“’It’ is essentially the two movies, ‘Stand By Me’ and ‘And that was the best summer of my life’- the nostalgic story about seven loner kids riding around on their bikes and facing the fears altogether. Less fruitful are the areas that run out Pennywise. It’s like more we see him the lesser he comes out to be scary. He seems more cartoony than creepy, unless you’re really scared of the clowns.”
Peter Bradshaw- The Guardian
“It seems like the movie has so much similar one-route scary-movie stuff that we have already seen like: scary clowns, scary old houses, bathrooms, etc. To make something more distinctive and authentic, Brian De Palma and Stanly Kubrick got the inspiration from King’s source material. The director, Andy Muschietti can’t picture quite as much. ”
Overall, it is a scary must-watch movie. Follow the link and enjoy Watching It-2017 Movie here.