The television version of It, based on the Stephen King novel, marked a generation of children who were traumatized by the evil clown played by Tim Curry. Elsewhere, I recounted that all my cousins were traumatized, and like them, almost all children and adolescents of the 1990s. Despite not being a big deal from a technical point of view, the first half of the miniseries is sustained thanks to the empathy we could feel for the fears of children, as well as the abuse they received by their family and classmates. class. In fact, most of those who were impressed by this adaptation often recall, quote (and still bristle) with various scenes from the first half of the miniseries, but scoff at the resolution of the story.
This is due to the fact that the telefilm was falling ugly in its second half, starring the adult versions of the Losers Club, which were played by non-charismatic actors, even Annette O’Toole did it badly as the adult version of Beverly Marsh . Not to mention, because of the play’s infamous budget, the movie’s last minutes were gruesome, with a rubber spider as the final enemy, and cuts that made the last battle against Pennywise very unspectacular.
In his new version for the cinema, director Andrés Muschietti had the difficult mission of adapting a text that was most remembered by the television version and, not being sure of being able to tell the complete story in a correct way, he made the wise decision to just adapt the first half of the text, hire charismatic children, change the setting to the eighties (so fashionable today) and not worry about a sequel, which had little chance of materializing. Unexpectedly for him, the IT remake was a success, becoming the highest-grossing horror film in history and the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time. With this, IT: Chapter Two became one of Warner’s most important projects for 2019 and Muschietti had the difficult mission of managing to close the story properly. Did he do it?
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