It Chapter Two

    It Chapter Two


    27 years after overcoming the malevolent supernatural entity Pennywise, the former members of the Losers' Club, who have grown up and moved away from Derry, are brought back together by a devastating phone call.

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    • Jessica ChastainBeverly Marsh
    • James McAvoyBill Denbrough
    • Bill HaderRichie Tozier
    • Isaiah MustafaMike Hanlon
    • Jay RyanBen Hanscom
    • James RansoneEddie Kaspbrak
    • Andy BeanStanley Uris
    • Bill SkarsgårdPennywise
    • Jaeden MartellYoung Bill Denbrough
    • Wyatt OleffYoung Stanley Uris


    • 100


      A psychologically merciless sequel, everything here is as it should be: deeper, scarier, funnier. Muschietti in particular has stepped up, skilfully guiding us through a rollicking funhouse. It is obscenely entertaining.
    • 80

      Time Out

      Even as it drifts into narrative indiscipline, you appreciate the movie’s attempt to make sense of a troubled, beclowned present.
    • 70


      It Chapter Two is a much grander project than the first film.
    • 70


      There are still plenty of scares and things to enjoy in It Chapter Two even though it can't quite stick the landing.
    • 67

      The Playlist

      Despite some misplaced comedy, a few questionable creative decisions, and tonal inconsistencies, It: Chapter Two brings it all home with a remarkable third act that provides one of the most relatable, moving, and emotionally satisfying conclusions.
    • 60

      Total Film

      A mix of the intimate and cosmic that shoots for the stars. You’ll float… and sometimes bump back to earth.
    • 60

      The Telegraph

      Skarsgård’s ripe performance, with its wicked childishness and sarcastic self-pity, remains an asset Muschietti knows how to use. But the Losers are a mixed bag, convincing less well as a unit than they did as children.
    • 58


      It’s a whole lot less scary or fun the second time around.

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