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“IT”: Delightfully Sinister, Creepy, Not Quite as Scary

While the themes of the movie were well depicted, the more I saw of Pennywise, the less scared I was. This worked for the story as the children find their power and fight the monster. And that’s why I’m torn. I wanted to be more scared but macabre was what the story needed and helped the children’s narrative be more powerful.   [Read more...]
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