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Directed by: Andy Muschietti
Written by: Gary Dauberman, Stephen King
Starring by: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader
Genres: Horror
Country: Canada, USA
Language: English

Storyline:
Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.

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Review:
‘IT Chapter Two’ opens with a chilling crime scene in the sleepy American suburb of Derry that sets the stage for an action packed confrontation. Director Andy Muschietti and writer Gary Dauberman show us glimpses of the present-day situation of the members of the Losers Club. Except Mike (Isaiah Mustafa), who stayed back in Derry as the town librarian, all others have moved on to life in the city. They have struggled to put the past behind them until a phone call from Mike brings them back to where it all started.

The film travels seamlessly between the past and the present, but for those who haven’t caught the original, connecting the dots might be difficult. That said, the flashback scenes featuring the young cast are undoubtedly the best. These scenes successfully merge terror and humour, such that you’re left wanting for more. This is mainly due to the top-notch performances by the young actors, each with distinct character sketches. Among the older lot, Jessica Chastain as Bev and James McAvoy as Bill are most impressive. The rest of the cast performs well, but in comparison with their childhood counterparts, their chemistry feels severely lacking.