Pennywise in IT

Like the 1990 mini-series before it, the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It is split into two parts. This was a wise choice then and it’s a wise choice now, eliminating the need to try and shove over a thousand pages of novel into one film. It’s also convenient, given that the story takes place over two parallel time-lines – one in which a group of kids ward off the evil Pennywise the Dancing Clown, the other in which their adult counter-parts are drawn back together to kill him once and for all. And sure enough, the It currently in theaters is one based around a pre-teen Losers Club, all young and filled with vigor (and more than a few ...

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