IT CHAPTER TWO: What Went Wrong?

29 mai 2020
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It: Chapter Two - Let's discuss the REAL reasons Pennywise couldn't scare you.
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It: Chapter One was a rare horror blockbuster that also won critical acclaim. And so, we had high hopes for the sequel - high hopes that were quickly dashed by its mediocrity. What made It: Chapter Two so bad? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition on It Chapter Two: What Went Wrong?

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  • Am I just high? I fucking love both parts. The mix of horror and comedy was one of my favorite parts. I wish more movies did it

    L AddingtonL AddingtonIl y a 6 jours
  • Both of these movies sucked major ass. Guess I'll just read the book again.

    Mike SMike SIl y a 13 jours
  • This movie was so boring. I keep turning it off. Everything that happens is a repeat of the first movie

    Robert CantspellRobert CantspellIl y a 19 jours
  • " IT". We treasure the precious scenes with the perfect Clown. We all fell in love with the clown that turned to be an Icon as it came out on media. Watching " Chapter Two " was like watching whatever. The clown is ugly and the grown-up kids too!

    XescaXescaIl y a 22 jours
  • The "scary" scenes reminds me of the R.L. Stein's Goosebumps tv show boo scenes, so bad, so goofy, and all over the place. Not to mention too long for the story it was trying to tell. Also, who the hell played the original Street Fighter game?.. Nobody.

    Shooting_Star78Shooting_Star78Il y a mois
  • I didn't liked the way they portrayed Mike in book he wasn't like that (maybe just in order to show Jessica chastene not Bev the one who knows it all)

    chintan bankarchintan bankarIl y a 2 mois
  • I think it was okay. But Pennywise should have received a bit more attention in my opinion.

    VGames 1VGames 1Il y a 2 mois
  • In truth none these movies. Are scary to me..its subjective what's scary. I find older movies scary some times. There other factors that play into that. You did make good points here. I would like see video on the subject of fear or what makes a movie scary or anything for that matter.

    Rubeus ArchosRubeus ArchosIl y a 2 mois
  • Jared's kidding himself if he thinks his front follicles aren't thinning

    Cole RhatiganCole RhatiganIl y a 2 mois
  • Couldn't we consider the failed ritual as the end of the second act? Didn't watch the film, so I don't know how much time the final "confronting ya fears" thing lasts. But from what I've learned of the movie... First act shouldn't have existed, what you qualify as the "second act" should be the first and the third act should be divided in two : ritual shenanigans as the "reaction act" and actual change as the third. Would that (and more "on-point" scares) be a better rhythm for the movie or am I missing something else?

    kangourouuu1kangourouuu1Il y a 2 mois
  • Nothing

    a stupid unicyclea stupid unicycleIl y a 3 mois
  • Something that came out of It Chapter Two that I am really happy about is Reddie ❤

    Skyler Von SkeltonsSkyler Von SkeltonsIl y a 3 mois
  • Spot on. Despite it's flaws it was still better than the Poltergeist reboot and Pet Semetary reboot

    Desmond SolomonDesmond SolomonIl y a 3 mois
  • Honestly the lame cgi effect, Don't help in the scared factor :(

    The Noob_artist05The Noob_artist05Il y a 3 mois
  • Jared: hair ties. They are cheap :P

    Michael FitzgeraldMichael FitzgeraldIl y a 3 mois
  • It chapter 1 is genuinely one of my fav movies. The second chapter just... really disappointed. I didn’t expect it to be as good but still. I guess it wasn’t nostalgic or was as charming since I’m watching adults over witty kids.

    lonely leslonely lesIl y a 4 mois
  • Dude this garbage. Tension baby fed. A fucking clown is in the storm drain. The whole time your freaking out. This stuff is literally fluffed nonsense served as insight. God you guys really have fallen far

    JoshJoshIl y a 4 mois
  • That old lady was actually the scariest thing I’ve ever seen 😭😭😭

    SWGLFE 676SWGLFE 676Il y a 4 mois
  • I love the Twin Peaks rug in the background. Where can I get one like it?

    bakinglifebakinglifeIl y a 4 mois
  • They didn't take full advantage of the 3 hour run time to it dragged. My biggest pet peeve was how tightly packed the first movie was, so it was impossible for all of these new flashbacks to have somehow happened sometime in the first movie. Like I understand it was cause everyone loved the kid actors and wanted to see them come back, but every time some new flashback was shown, I was like 'ok so exactly when did this take place in the first movie?'. The only scene that made sense for bringing the actors back was at least the scene of older Billy facing his child self. That was cool.

    Mark's Unboxing ZoneMark's Unboxing ZoneIl y a 4 mois
  • I agree with all of the points made but I still adore the movie. I gladly suffer through the three hours. I wish it had been more of the group, and less alone. still one of my faves though.

    Keefa ShineKeefa ShineIl y a 4 mois
  • All these superlatives used for Chapter 1 - brilliant, exceptional... I mostly think that the movie was competent enough. Nothing more, nothing less.

    Maidros FëanoronMaidros FëanoronIl y a 4 mois
  • I hope the next IT adaptation is animated

    Mathieu LeaderMathieu LeaderIl y a 4 mois
  • i totally agree with you guys. i thought part two can only be a good movie if its evolving further. repeating the olds one mistake is not helping. so a more adult and more gruesome real struggle would be beneficial. a deep identifiable horror out of the reality of beeing adult. pair this with some adult gore/horror/drama and you are good to go even with a movie about a clown.

    MorfHasGotAnOpinionMorfHasGotAnOpinionIl y a 4 mois
  • I love the first film but the second part of the film and also the book are just such stupid ways to go. It wasn't scary except the grandma scene and also the motivations didn't change for any characters they never grew and that is boring.

    LoonAnimeLover1LoonAnimeLover1Il y a 4 mois
  • What a terrible movie

    Beavis McbeavisBeavis McbeavisIl y a 4 mois
  • what went wrong? Chapter 2 gave us one of the most unintentionally hysterical comedy horrors of all time. seriously, im still amazed i didnt get kicked out of the theater for laughing so hard.

    Kevin BoudreauxKevin BoudreauxIl y a 4 mois
  • I just watched chapter two, and I love it, but fully understand where you are coming from.

    Simon StoneSimon StoneIl y a 4 mois
  • Director given too much control

    DO -DO -Il y a 4 mois
  • I cannot believe how many people think the second chapter was awesome...i mean, it has to be good to be considered awesome right?

    Storie GrubbStorie GrubbIl y a 4 mois
  • It is in my top 5 favorite books, and I loved part one. I went to the theater by myself to fully enjoy this movie, fell asleep after an hour, woke up 20 minutes later, got pissed after 3 more minutes and walked out.

    Mitchell McDonaldMitchell McDonaldIl y a 4 mois
  • The thing that I liked the most in chapter two was, ironically, the weird comedic parts like the leper projectie vomiting on Ed's face and the music playing out of nowhere. God, that shit got me so good I cried laughing.

    FantFantIl y a 4 mois
  • Sue me, but I acutally enjoyed chapter 2 a little more than 1. I felt the first movie was very uneven in tone, had tremendous pacing issues, had way too many characters and was overall not scary. While the second one has most of the same problems, I just liked the characters more as adults... Plus: Bill Hader.

    Sandro Algra BarradasSandro Algra BarradasIl y a 4 mois
  • I liked it O_o

    MoOoNizeMoOoNizeIl y a 4 mois
  • I loved and enjoyed both movies. Both were scary imo.

    Alice MichaelisAlice MichaelisIl y a 4 mois
    • @Give Me Your Pity you cant comprehend that ppl have different opinions i guess.

      Alice MichaelisAlice MichaelisIl y a 3 mois
    • You haven't seen scary I guess.

      Give Me Your PityGive Me Your PityIl y a 3 mois
  • Amazing video! I went out of IT 2 just feeling like... "eeh, that was way too long and they were trying too hard and flooded it with cheap scares." Thanks to you now I know exactly why I was bored. :)

    Mary DMary DIl y a 4 mois
  • I actually really enjoyed the focus on character of the second film. Yeah it wasn’t as scary but I think it was meant to be like that, taking a look at the effect of the horror of the first film. Things that scare us a children don’t scare us as adults, but those things do shape who we are and we have to deal with it

    cooper savvacooper savvaIl y a 4 mois
  • Hmmmmm, sequel still certified fresh, audience score within 10 points if original. It's almost as if FRworld is 90% hyperbole.

    sinosleep007sinosleep007Il y a 4 mois
  • The cliche small town homophobia was the most frightening scene in the second film. After witnessing that, it pretty impossible to find anything else in the movie even remotely scary.

    Ray SouzaRay SouzaIl y a 4 mois
  • for me those were the main reasons: 1) Pennywise preyed on the children in the first movie, he actively went after them, in the second movie the adults come back to hunt him. The power dynamic shifted and Pennywise only showed up when they went after the tokens. 2) Subverting expectations can be good but when you spend half your movie hunting the tokens it felt so hollow when it was for nothing. 3) Pennywise didn't try to scare them with anything adult themed, in the first movie he embodied the children's fears while the second movie didn't set up personal fears for the adults and subsequently didn't give Pennywise any ammunition to exploit. Just more generic monster. 4) The tone, it was mostly Richie who killed the moments non stop, making jokes and throwing one liners left and right. You can be a comedian all you want but if he was really scared he barely showed it and if the protagonists aren't scared why should the audience? 5) I could be wrong but it felt like there was more body horror in the first movie as well, the second movie was rather cookie cutter monsters, as an eldrich abomination he should've taken on more gross shapes, but that's just my opinion. No missing arms, no leeching on faces, just two bites which were quickly cut away from. 6) Any scene with Henry Bowers was a waste, in a movie with an eldrich clown a dude with a knife is not interesting. Henry was a different kind of threat in the first movie, he went after the children whenever Pennywise couldn't. In the second movie Pennywise didn't need Henry at all, also Henry had a backstory in the first movie and no character in the second one whatsoever.

    TheLumberjack1987TheLumberjack1987Il y a 4 mois
  • It's structurally flawed, but I honestly like part 2 more than part 1.

    James SkierskiJames SkierskiIl y a 4 mois
  • I thought the lumberjack scene made sense. The statue can be seen as a symbol of masculinity and Richie had just been outed and chased off for being gay. He was scared and humiliated at the moment and IT took advantage.

    asylumclownasylumclownIl y a 4 mois
  • -IT CHAPTER TWO: What went wrong? +The structure -Okay

    David GonzalezDavid GonzalezIl y a 4 mois
  • You should do a deep or dumb on v for vendetta, especially considering recent events

    salzburysteaksalzburysteakIl y a 4 mois
  • It got to the point where I could tell when the next hallucination was coming, like oh now this character so it’s his turn.

    NishNishIl y a 4 mois
  • I feel like opening the film wirh Adrian's death was one of the film's biggest mistakes as ultimately it does not impact any of Losers in a meaningful way and therefore wastes quite a bit of time that could have been better utilized with the Losers' introduction. Equally, Chapter 1 made the decision to change Ben's role from Architect to Historian, which unfortunately means that giving Mike the Historian role for Chapter 2 (as it is in the novel) sort of goes against both characters' characterization in Chapter 1. Given how pointless most of the first act is, the film could likely have started with the restaurant scene, perhaps flashing back to one of those "Losers as Children scenes that occurred somewhere between acts 2 and 3 of Chapter 1" scenes to re-introduce us to these characters, but in a way that we haven't actually seen before. The group separating could have worked, however the fetch-quest is ultimately pointless so that entire sequence would need to be re-structured. One of the issues with the way this is presented to us here actually comes from the change of Pennywise itself as well. In the novel, It is trying to keep the Losers separate because It is afraid, which happens basically exactly in the first film. In Chapter 2, It seems to want either revenge or suicide and bringing all of them together kind of works against that. Restructuring that motivation kind of requires a change in film structure. Henry Bowers coming back is ultimately pointless as well: in the novel, it brings back Bowers as a physical threat so the Losers can still be killed, regardless of their strength against It and therefore his presence is something of a sign to us that It is afraid and feels the need for protection. Here, that motivation isn't really present so bringing him back ultimately serves no real purpose. I will be honest, the Mrs Kersh scene would have given the film a wonderful and natural place to slow down, and potentially dive into Bob Gray's character, giving us a sense of Pennywise's history before going into the scare. Bill and Mike (who properly should be Ben, if we follow Chapter 1's changes) could have a moment parallel to this which explores IT's arrival. I have no idea what i would do with Ritchie, Eddie, or Mike for this but I guess having an actual fatal encounter with Pennywise here (let's not forget Mike does not join in with the final confrontation in the book, having been injured by Bowers previously) could lead us back to the final act. Say Mike or Eddie is injured or dies, the Losers rejoin with new motivation and seek revenge against It. The Ritual of Chüd is a battle of wills and in the novel gets weird. So, now we are back in the sewer to destroy It once and for all. I actually like the way Chapter 1's climax plays out and borrowing from that could be cool. However, I would also have liked to see It's true form and the Deadlights in the film so tying the two together would be interesting. In one of the drafts for Chapter 1, we do see the macroverse play out a bit. There's something about a giant starfish and it's awesome. This is where the film could really do something awesome. Losers enter It's lair, passing through a veil or something into a representation of the Macroverse. We see Pennywise, behind It, the Spider, pulling the strings like a marionette. The clown collapses and the Spider comes out to fight our group which is now Bill, Bev, Ritchie, Mike and Ben. Losers are not afraid, they rip IT's legs off, crush It's still beating heart. It attempts to beg, manifesting again as their fears but ultimately is killed. Maybe one last scene to wrap things up, mourn the dead and whatnot. None of that nonsense with Stan writing everyone a letter. Roll credits. And for the love of God, I would have fought tooth and nail to keep all effects shots practical, in camera. Puppets and animatronics. Good CG is used to enhance practical effects, not erase them completely. There was no reason to make Mrs Kersh's monster form a complete no-cap CG character other than to have her played by Javier Botet. In lieu of that use the actress who is already playing her. We have gotten really good at the kind of prosthetic work that could have made her frightening and rotten without that nonsense. And that is how I would have improved It Chapter 2. Thanks for reading my TEDTalk.

    Melvin ShawMelvin ShawIl y a 4 mois
  • Yeah gonna have to disagree with you about the lumberjack. That part was f***ing scary!

    steelhound duncansteelhound duncanIl y a 4 mois
  • It 2 was so predictable. Sequels should be filmed at the same time "part ones" are shot. Otherwise they just have a different feeling to them.

    Roger GonzalezRoger GonzalezIl y a 4 mois
  • I fell asleep half way don't even care to go finish it... Don't remember why but I do remember not being scared .

    Infinity BroInfinity BroIl y a 4 mois
  • me reading the title being an it stan twitter veteran: oh you have no idea. justice for mike hanlon. he ain’t dead but andy muschietti just forgot he exists

    teddyteddyIl y a 4 mois
    • but anyway the novel has so much content that just could not be developed to film. it was practically a different story all together. reddie is canon tho

      teddyteddyIl y a 4 mois
  • The script was the film's downfall plain and simple. There was no cohesive structure and it was just random as fuck.

    Matt MoczygembaMatt MoczygembaIl y a 4 mois
  • I have to disagree with all of y'all. I enjoyed part 2 far more than part 1.

    GamebroTVGamebroTVIl y a 4 mois
  • Hey you guys should cover 'The Midnight Gospel' on netflix. Super funny animated show, but it get's into a lot of existential topics.

    Gabe BoldenGabe BoldenIl y a 4 mois
  • Both films were a bit shit let's be honest.

    Charlie WigginsCharlie WigginsIl y a 4 mois
  • The grandma part was my favorite it was so god damn funny

    GreenPandaGreenPandaIl y a 4 mois
  • Does anyone of you know if someone from wisecrack is on letterboxd ?

    I_MaggiHDI_MaggiHDIl y a 4 mois
  • I loved the 'phone call' sequence in the mini series. It really helped push the story and character archs. The second part of movie REALLY dropped the ball on that part and I think the story suffered.

    casey wilsoncasey wilsonIl y a 4 mois
  • Here's what went wrong: The Source Material...the adult part of the book was terrible already. The 90's Version with Tim Curry was no better.

    acrazyutuber13acrazyutuber13Il y a 4 mois
  • 1:46 now THAT is one friendly doctor!!!

    Jim SchwartzJim SchwartzIl y a 4 mois
  • As a reader of the book. I liked part 2 more

    K ClemsK ClemsIl y a 4 mois
  • Thats just your opinion, part 2 was good, it was not better than part 1 but it was good.

    D-LO 305D-LO 305Il y a 4 mois
  • They should’ve just kept it as one movie imo

    aye- driaye- driIl y a 4 mois
  • The biggest problem was the complete lack of planning for Chapter 2. Both scripts SHOULD have been written at the same time. As is, they had to go back and show so much stuff with the kids that got left out of the first film, that we never really got to know them as adults. Another fault was that they felt the need to make the adults just as goofy and comedic as the children, which made zero sense.

    Derek McCumberDerek McCumberIl y a 4 mois
  • Wait....people didn’t like this 2nd one??? I really loved it!!!

    TheNerds CentralHubTheNerds CentralHubIl y a 4 mois
  • Clearly the failure of both movies is the lack of a child gang bang, like the one in the book. Can't have true friendship if you don't run a train on your one female friend.

    J. C.J. C.Il y a 4 mois
  • If you have a problem with the third act, the real problem is with the first act....... Hmmmmmmmm, no I kid rewatch Wonder Woman now, because I’m curious how this will apply

    zaczanezaczaneIl y a 4 mois
  • Even in the original TV movie Mini series i never liked the whole chapter 2 grown up part tho it was better than the remake's Chapter 2

    LegoLad GamingLegoLad GamingIl y a 4 mois
  • My first thought was Eddie dieing.

    tired of people who are annoyingtired of people who are annoyingIl y a 4 mois
  • Personally I disliked how unnecessary and noncanon lgbtq elements were added into the movie that really did not contribute to the movie at all other than distract from what was happening. Chapter two was nothing more than a cash grab that tried to appeal to all demographics, rather than tell a good story. Its "Hollywood" at its finest, all business, no art.

    Osman OgluOsman OgluIl y a 4 mois
  • The problem with part 2 is that Cary Fukunaga didn’t write it 😒

    beliveXinVstevebeliveXinVsteveIl y a 4 mois
  • The hair is epic

    Zipp HighZipp HighIl y a 4 mois
  • I think this video accurately points out why I really liked and loved the second one. Like, don't get me wrong, the point is completely accurate, but that bloated, all over the place plot is more in keeping with the novel; which is a giant, bloated and crazy mess. But I love it for that. They usually don't make movies in that style unless they're art films.

    Richard FoltzRichard FoltzIl y a 4 mois
  • nothing

    a stupid unicyclea stupid unicycleIl y a 4 mois
  • I've been a fan of King for as long as I can remember. The original IT, thugh dated now, scared me half to death as a kid. So, part 1 came and went and, it was incredible. Truly amazing, if a little faulted here and there, it managed to make Pennywise scary, the kids likeable and the story interesting. No surprise I was excited for chapter two. So, how come I left the cinema with an overwhelming sense of meh. not awful, just, meh! For one, if you go back to chapter one, Pennywise isn't seen all too often. It's more the idea of the threat that scares and, when he does show up, he's shot in such a way as to be the most imposing thing on screen. Case in point, when he captures Bill at the end and argues with the losers, he's at the forefront and Bill is actually in darkness at the back of the shot, almost shrouded in darkness. The other thing was, some argued that he wasn't clowny enough. He was a threat pure and simple so no kids would go near him. good point, but like a shuffling zombie film, the fun comes from this creature actually catching prey. In chapter two, he's a clown. Always making jokes or trying to laugh through the situation and that obliterates the character from part 1. No longer is he a dark, hidden threat. He's a burk! The other major contribution was everything in this film had to be undercut by a joke. Anytime anything like tension reared it's head, there was a joke, or a particularly odd character movement, or something to draw you away from the tension. hing is, this should come "between" scenes, not during and as such, it had not teeth. Special mention goes to the angel of the morning vomit. Man, I've seen this film 3 times now and I still cannot find any logical explanation for this moment, or the insane headed thinking that must have gone into this moment. Even if it was supposed to be funny (which is the only thing I could think of) then having no grounding in the reality of the scene or the film itself, or not even going on for long enough for us as viewers to really grasp what the hell was going on, it made for quite the mess. Final note? the run time. 3 hours was an absolutely absurd amount of time to tell half the length of story that existed in the 130 minute chapter one. An absolutely bizarre call, that I can't imagine what producers were thinking. As I say, I don['t hate the film, but when I think back over it's absurd run time, I honestly can't find anyway to recommend it. Oh, ok, credit where it's due, the casting was practically perfect!

    philz2002philz2002Il y a 4 mois
  • The movie is way to fucking long, to many flashback, the paicing is over the place

    Absolut VeidtAbsolut VeidtIl y a 4 mois
  • I liked the second movie and not the first one.

    Mllr HrMllr HrIl y a 4 mois
  • A movie does bad cause it sucks. Wisecrack: A french philosopher from the 1600's once said...

    Nick HowardNick HowardIl y a 4 mois
  • I was just gonna say it was too long but I think you did a better job

    Mikey CavoMikey CavoIl y a 4 mois
  • IT chapter 2 is Comedy not horror

    Chetan KrishnaChetan KrishnaIl y a 4 mois
  • i got three words for ya, muschietti got cocky. Since the first one was a hit (& was made with a relatively small budget) they had to get creative. WB saw the numbers & threw a ton of money at him so he didint feel the need to get creative. that's why I'm not okay with muschietti handling the flash movie (which reportedly will take from the flashpoint storyline) i liked the movie but it had a lot of problems & this was the biggest problem for me

    FLXLRDFLXLRDIl y a 4 mois
  • I think we’re overthinking this - poor pacing, repetitiveness, tonal unbalance and excessive runtime are the reasons why this film doesn’t work

    Damon242Damon242Il y a 4 mois
  • I wish he'd do one of these What Went Wrongs for Fant4stic

    Demonte PriceDemonte PriceIl y a 4 mois
  • So guess Im one of the only people who liked part two better then one not because it was a good movie I just didnt like at least half of the kids performances from the first one.

    Goyaa OwlGoyaa OwlIl y a 4 mois
  • Who said the second one didn’t work? I actually liked it better. You’re just saying your opinion in a way that makes it seem like everyone thinks the same way and I just hate when people do that

    Rafiel RosarioRafiel RosarioIl y a 4 mois
  • Hey i liked both of the movies!! I watched them both off of showbox which i wish would come back thats the only way i can watch movies and shit!!!

    John ShoemakerJohn ShoemakerIl y a 4 mois
  • Hot tip for all horror films: minimize the amount of time spent in disbelieve. We the audience already know it's really happening to the character.

    Scott HuffScott HuffIl y a 4 mois
  • It chapter 2 way better movie than chapter 1 ill be fight ing for myself on island

    Alex CruzAlex CruzIl y a 4 mois
  • The whole thing went wrong. Suuuuch a shitty movie.

    SporerSporerIl y a 4 mois
  • I had honestly wondered if the writer and director hadn't suffered had injuries between the making of these two films. Thank you for breaking it down so well.

    Ren ContessaRen ContessaIl y a 4 mois
  • Just wanted to add that the creatures in part 2 seem to go out of their way to keep the characters alive, it's almost funny. Also it had no right to be 3 hours long.

    Mr. LeonMr. LeonIl y a 4 mois
  • The Mrs. Kersh scene was all wrong. Before Bev even walks into the apartment, the old woman is grinning maniacally and obviously not who she appears. And then she starts twitching in the background, and all doubt is gone. We discover her true identity several minutes before Bev. It doesn't work. And why did she turn into a CGI crone, instead of a zombified version of Mr. Marsh? I still don't get that choice.

    Robert RRobert RIl y a 4 mois
  • This movie was down right hilarious at the worst times. I felt very odd watching it and laughing in the theater.

    Morgan NorvilleMorgan NorvilleIl y a 5 mois
  • Your voice is as luxurious as your my good sir

    phong Wongphong WongIl y a 5 mois
  • Bill Hader made a passable sequel watchable, If it wasn't for the tacked on sexuality garbage it would have been a halfway decent movie

    Stuart DamienStuart DamienIl y a 5 mois
  • I don't get Pennywise in both movies. He can kill humans, apparently he also feeds on them (even if he prefers fear?)... so WHY keeping playing with these guys that gain courage at every encounter?!! KILL THEM NOW!

    Daniele Del FrateDaniele Del FrateIl y a 5 mois
  • This film's entire idea of scariness is having something with a weird face running at the camera while shaking and making loud noises.

    Nicolas GonzálezNicolas GonzálezIl y a 5 mois
    • I know could have got Susan Boyle to do that & saved on makeup

      Stuart DamienStuart DamienIl y a 5 mois
  • Going by the quote, "If you have a problem with the third act, the real problem is in the first act", a lot of the world building was pushed off to chapter 2 allowing the first one to be a more accessible, scary movie with great pacing. The book is really dense with chapters exploring IT being from outer space, metaphysical aspects of IT and how they defeat it eventually(sad that none of this was explored). As perfect as the first movie is, I would say the problem begins there.

    Varghese JohnVarghese JohnIl y a 5 mois
  • To be honest, I really enjoyed and loved IT : chapter two. IDK why most people didn't like it.... I enjoyed both the chapters well....

    Adarsh ChandranAdarsh ChandranIl y a 5 mois
  • I think a big part of why Part 2 fails, is that in Part 1 we got a connection with the children. It was sort of a coming-of-age story and we got drawn back into our own childhood and our imaginations. Part 2 just feels isolated in that respect.

    Martin SommerMartin SommerIl y a 5 mois
  • When Part two decided that the human characters had been explored enough, the movie tried to be ABOUT Pennywise. This forces the movie to become so absurd that all the events now have to be so nonsensical that you just cant care, or be scared.

    spurguVITUNhuoraspurguVITUNhuoraIl y a 5 mois