IT (2017) Angry Movie Review

AngryJoe, OtherJoe & Alex review the highly anticipated Stephen King Big Screen Adaption of IT! Is it as scary good as some say? Find out! Shirts/Stuff …

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  • Date & time added: 2017-09-08 18:43:28
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34 thoughts on “IT (2017) Angry Movie Review”

  1. Please Joes shut up, and let Alex finish his thoughts, instead of cutting him off all the time. He actually read the book, so his opinion carries more weight. He knows what the REAL version is. Both versions of the film fucked up on a lot, and it's important for people to know that, because people don't read anymore.

  2. Btw It is a demon of some sort, he exists out of our own universe in a void called the Macroverse. He crash lands in the Derry for some reason and laid dormant for a while. He comes out every 27 years to feed. He isn't even a clown, he shapeshifts into a clown to lure children in and then turns into their greatest fear to scare them. His form is suppost to be so scary that the human brain can't handle it, so it kills them. That's what those lights were, they are called deadlights, they are the very things "It" is made of.

  3. I don't know if anyone noticed this SPOILERS: When Ben is reading the book in the library u can actually see pennywise behind Ben as the old lady and he is just staring at Ben, that creeped the fuck out of me.

  4. this is easily one of my favorite angry movie reviews, solely due to the fact that you have one person who did NOT like the movie, and another person who LOVED it. granted, you can't always have that, but varrying opinions will always make videos like this better imo.

  5. I didn't get to finish the movie lol got like half way through and some guy shot himself(in the leg I later found out) and we had to evacuate the theater. I was really enjoying it honestly.

  6. This is what I don't like about the new movie. Everyone is just arguing about who is the better pennywise or which one is more faithful to the book. People forget that opinions exist and think that they are always correct. It also annoys me when people say something like "you have never read the book so you shouldn't criticize the movie", and stuff like that. The point of making the film is so people can enjoy the "it" experience without having to read the entire 1000 page book. In my opinion, "it" isn't even as good as a lot of Stephen kings books, like the shining (I think the film and book are both better than it)

  7. The movie wasnt terrible. But if a horror movie doesnt scare it cant be a 8 or higher for me. It almost felt like a kids summer camp movie with elements of horror in it. I actually agree with the guy on the left. And there was CGI in the movie that wasnt great looking.

  8. Well I really loved this film funny, scary and penny wise killed it. Kinda agree with the continuity issue. But that is a small gripe. I mean fuck how many shitty scary movies have we seen come out recently?!?! This one blows them all away….. P.S. F the dude on the left!!!

  9. I just went and skipped any comment that the guy on the left was making. It's just… it's very sad when he looks at the movie as a sort of cliche mix-up of different scary scenes (which to him weren't "scary" at all, for some reason) rather than a sad story about kids dealing with a monster that kills anyone and doesn't let up while also enjoying their childhood as whole together. I hope this guy isn't bombing this film just because it's a "remake." (mostly because there are a lot of BAD REMAKES in the past, especially CARRIE)

  10. I hate to say it, but I agree with this review. This movie was an unoriginal mess and tried to add in parts of the novel for fan service while managing to completely miss the essence of the novel. There was no ritual of Chud, no godlike Turtle to explain why the losers where special or what
    It was. There was no real sense of isolated fear that Derry had in the book, where it was as if the entire town was pushed towards evil by Its presence while the Losers remained immune. This movie rushed through the heart of the novel's story, and the film was just another ghost jump scare horror flick. It had a couple of cool shots, like when It was chewing on the kids arm in the barrens, however the movie also had scenes that were inconsistent in flow and did not really make me fear that any of the main kids would really die. I don't get why people like this movie so much or how people can say this compares to great SK adaptation like The Mist, 1408, or Gerald's Game to name a few.

  11. Here's why I gave the 2017 adaptation of "It" a 7/10.

    -The child actors are phenomenal
    -The child characters are great and their individual stories and struggles were well realized
    -Pennywise (as far as his overall design) looks great as an evil demon-like clown.
    -There are about four total legitimately creepy moments. The opening scene with Georgie interacting with Pennywise, the projector scene (before Pennywise attacks them and it looks ridiculously cartoony), the flute lady biting Stan's face, and Pennywise teasingly pretending to bite Eddie's arm.
    -The mysterious history and identity surrounding Pennywise does get alluded to which I appreciated.

    -The overall tone gets shifted around due to some of the comedic dialogue and reactions being tossed in even during some of the scares. I would have preferred a much more constant haunting atmosphere of pure dread and terror to fully sell the presence of the monster and the town's cursed history.
    -The actual scares of the film are lacking in impact due to the CGI heavy stylistic direction used on Pennywise during his attacks. The constant need to have what appears to be a overly animated Pennywise as he chases after the children took me out of 80% of the film's scares. As a result, I found myself watching Pennywise with a calm demeanor which is disappointing to say the least as a horror fan.
    -Bill Skarsgård does an excellent job in the role as Pennywise yet the film never gives him enough screen time to let his performance shine. Instead, we're given a very limited performance due to the visual direction taken with his scenes. In the end you have a capable actor who can present a terrifying monster with the aid of creepy atmosphere and imagery unfortunately being covered over in digital make up and poor decisions.

    Overall Thoughts
    It ended up being significantly less scary than expected. However, I did enjoy seeing the child characters interact with each other alongside their individual struggles. It is a pretty solid coming of age story with a supernatural backdrop. My biggest issue is that my expectations were aimed towards a noteworthy horror film in an age of cinema where the genre has been slipping downhill for years.

  12. It was shit. Not a single scary moment and Pennywise was laughable. I expected it to be a lot better. Curry was waaaay more sinister.

    4/10 for anyone who knows anything abut film. Stick to games Joe.

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