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It Chapter Two

It Chapter Two
It Chapter Two




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The second chapter of this epic confrontation between good and evil occurs twenty-seven years after the original film saw a group of small town high-schoolers defeat the evil entity known as It, a creature preying and feeding on fear who often takes the shape of Pennywise, a menacing clown. Shifting between the 1980s and the modern day, the gang known as The Losers’ Club are now adults, still battling with their own fears and insecurities. When Mike Hanlon, working as a librarian in the modern day, contacts each of them after a spate of grisly killings, they reunite in order to do battle once more with Pennywise and vanquish the monstrous entity once and for all. Playfully scary but also infused with themes of memory, fear and friendship, the second instalment of this Stephen King adaptation concludes one of the most popular horror films of recent times.

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strong gory violence, horror, language, discrimination

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