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It Movie Review

It Movie Review English Movie Review
Review for the film " It"
Runtime: 2 Hours 17 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 09-08-2017
Genre: Horror, Thriller
3.5 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • Seth Grahame-Smith
  • Bona Films
  • Roy Lee
  • Doug Davison
  • David Katzenberg
  • Dan Lin
  • Music Director:
  • Benjamin Wallfisch
  • Editor:
  • Jason Ballantine
  • Director:
  • Cary Fukunaga
  • Andres Muschietti
  • Costume Designer:
  • Janie Bryant
  • Art Director:
  • Peter Grundy
  • Director of Photography:
  • Chung-hoon Chung
  • Executive Producer:
  • Marty P Ewing
  • Jon Silk
  • John Powers Middleton
  • Assistant Director:
  • Adam Richard Benish
  • Visual Effects Producer:
  • Kendrick Wallace
  • Annie Cliche
  • Distributor:
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
  • New Line Cinema
  • Sound Effects Editor:
  • Jamie Hardt
  • Sound Re-recording Mixer:
  • Sylvain Arseneault
  • Visual Effects Supervisor:
  • Justin Cornish
  • Nicholas Brooks
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Grip:
  • Jake Bowman
  • Music Editor:
  • Lise Richardson
  • Production Designer:
  • Claude Paré
  • Storyboard Artist:
  • Michael Derrah
  • Makeup Artist:
  • Krista Burbidge
  • Linda Dowds
  • Special Effects Coordinator:
  • Warren Appleby
  • Special Effects Technician:
  • Hugh Goodden
  • Stunt Performer:
  • Jamie Jones
  • Stunt Double:
  • Ryan Clarke
  • Visual Effects Coordinator:
  • Sara Bourque
  • Louis-Charles Lapointe
  • Mel Martin
  • Lorie Bussieres
  • Digital Compositor:
  • Nikolay Kolev
  • Yavor Asenov
  • John Grower
  • Hunter Chase
  • Guillermo Ramos
  • _Supporting Actors:
  • Jeremy Ray Taylor
  • Megan Charpentier
  • Javier Botet
  • Owen Teague
  • Pip Dwyer
  • Wyatt Oleff
  • Steven Williams
  • Tatum Lee
  • Jaeden Lieberher
  • Jackson Robert Scott
  • Jack Dylan Grazer
  • Edie Inksetter
  • Sophia Lillis
  • Nicholas Hamilton
  • Finn Wolfhard
  • Bill Skarsgard
  • Sound Mixer:
  • Glen Gauthier
  • Boom Operator:
  • Steve Switzer
  • Key Grip:
  • Richard Emerson

The monster!! You don't even know if it is getting closer. Eerie isn't it. Dancing clowns paralyze the mighty, and then it is a horror movie! Imagine the catastrophe. It's the ruling, highest grossing horror film, breaking giant records.


The plot has been set in a country town Derry, a group of seven children, and a dancing clown who preys on them. It is based on a Stephen King classic. Georgie, while sailing his paper boat encounters a devil named Pennywise, and is hexed by "it". The clown transfixes him. Bill, Georgie's brother with his friends, investigate on the mysterious disappearance of his little brother. They meet new allies and Bill falls for a girl named Beverly who was banished from the society over allegations of alcoholism and profligacy. The bizarre happenings terrorize the group. What does the creepy monster do? How do they force "it" to retreat? To know the life of Bill and Beverly, I guess one must watch the movie.


'It' is an experience which lives through your veins. The evil that awakens every 27 years, and its depiction as a clown hold you petrified. Fond of horror movies? Then this one is a barbaric diabolical evil, which will leave you stunned and frozen.


Jaeden holds the movie together. His battle with himself, and his emotions are felt through his articulation. His revolt and his dominion both give us chills. Although Bill ‘the dancing clown' is the star of this flick, portraying such an extreme character is itself a paradoxical challenge. The portrayal justifies the sweet demeanour of Pennywise. Along with the lead characters, every supporting actor leaves us conflicting to keep watching the movie despite the spooky, blood-curdling contact.


  • The horror has been modernized, the sound effects and interaction of the devil grip the viewer.
  • On a scale of 10, it's a 9 pointer.
  • The ability of the clown to transform into your worst fear is a disturbing experience and leaves everybody crippled.


  • The appeal of the fear begins and ends in the same way.
  • The sound effects and the notion of the shape-changing Pennywise diminish as we get a flow of the movie.


The dread is like a nightmare. So if you want to watch something that haunts you in the darkness, it's for you. Take it as a challenge! Will you? I saw him too!