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Lorimar Productions. Harry Anderson Richie Tozier. Dennis Christopher Eddie Kaspbrak. Richard Masur Stanley Uris.
Annette O'Toole Beverly Marsh. Tim Reid Mike Hanlon. John Ritter Ben Hanscom. Richard Thomas Bill Denbrough. Tim Curry Pennywise.
Tommy Lee Wallace Director. Lawrence D. Cohen Writer. Tommy Lee Wallace Writer. Allen S. Epstein Executive Producer.
Jim Green Executive Producer. Richard Bellis Original Music. Richard Leiterman Cinematographer. Stephen King Writer Novel. January 16, Full Review….
October 8, Rating: B- Full Review…. March 13, Full Review…. September 8, Rating: 2. September 12, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Sep 10, Seeing as this was originally released as a two part TV film it only feels right review them separate then star rate it the average score, I have never read the book either but have read through a few chapters before, Part one was pretty good I suppose in its own way, I enjoyed the story and the characters but the acting was pretty awful and it was full of stereotype supporting cast like bullies who act and look like Grease rejects and for some reason they go beyond bullying and try to murder people and to be honest they didn't help the film one bit, There are no scares to be had at all, Not even jump scares but Tim Curry as Pennywise was good but underused, The film gets predictable and bland near the end and I was left pretty disappointed, Let's just thank god they didn't do the whole child sex orgy scene, Part one gets 3 stars.
Part two felt very uneven at times as in we have the main plot come to life where all the Losers Club has grown up and they meet up 30 years to take down Pennywise once and for all, So I expected it to be darker but when we have a scene with Pennywise trying to put the fear back in the cast we have the next scene that had a light tone where they act like nothing happened and get drunk and eat at restaurants, The acting was just as bad, I liked the way the story continued but its execution was poor, The ending was dull and yet again there was no scares at all, Rated on its own it gets 2 Stars so the average in 2 and a half stars, Which is a shame as I heard nothing but horror stories from people who said this film was scary as hell, What a letdown is what I'll be saying if they ask me.
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Edit Storyline In , a group of social outcasts who are bullied by a gang of greasers led by Henry Bowers are also tormented by an evil demon who can shape-shift into a clown and feed on children's fears and kill them.
Taglines: The Master of Horror unleashes everything you were ever afraid of. Edit Did You Know? Goofs After she argues with Tom, Beverly leaves the house carrying her coat and a suitcase, but when you see her hail a cab she has gained an extra bag.
Quotes Mike : There's something terribly wrong here in Derry, and you know it! Crazy Credits During the opening credits, we see pictures of the "Lucky Seven" from their childhood like in a photo album.
The final photo of the Paramount cinema segues into the actual one in Derry. The camera pulls back from the title IT, and it turns from white to red.
In Pt 2, the final photo of a hotel segues into the one the "Lucky Seven" are staying at. At the end of both parts, Pennywise's laugh is heard. Unfortunately Adam Faraizl and Dennis Christopher just weren't given as much to chew on in the miniseries, sort of losing this battle by default.
Mike Hanlon, the only member of color in the Losers' Club and also the one who stays behind to "guard the lighthouse" after IT's seeming first defeat, is sadly a bit underutilized in both adaptations.
Of the four performances, Chosen Jacobs is the best as young Mike in , making the character both likable and empathetic, despite the odd decision to take away his position as Derry's resident historian.
Of the adult Mikes, former Old Spice pitchman Isaiah Mustafa does quite well in Chapter Two , narrowly besting a game Tim Reid in Marlon Taylor did fine as kid Mike in , but came off a bit flat.
Stan Uris is probably best known for being the only member of the Losers' Club to die before they all return to Derry to fight IT, after his returned memories drive him to suicide.
Or he calmly decides to commit it, thanks to a regrettable twist in IT Chapter Two. Either way, he's the Loser with the least to do in both adaptations.
Wyatt Olef as young Stan in is the standout, with Richard Masur as adult Stan in deserving praise due to his hilarious performance as Stan's disembodied head in a fridge.
Ben Heller does fine as kid Stan in , as does Andy Bean as adult Stan in Chapter Two , but neither is too remarkable. It's hackery, pure and simple, and this might explain why the cast all look like they'd rather be somewhere else.
It's hard to pick a highlight—lowlight, deadlight—of the second half: is it Ben making out with Bev, who turns out to really be Pennywise the Clown?
Is it Stan's head turning up in the refrigerator of the public library? For me, it is probably the scene in a Chinese restaurant, in which the friends open their fortune cookies to find disgusting things inside.
Watching them pretend to recoil in horror from the fake-looking eyeballs, spiders, and bird fetuses they crack open is laughable and kind of embarrassing.
Most people agree that Tim Curry's Pennywise is the best part of It, so—naturally—the climax leaves him out entirely. The adults venture back into the sewers to confront the true face of It: a giant, stupid looking spider.
Seriously, as N. Nor is the ending in any way satisfying, as Bev once again wounds the beast with her slingshot, and then the group attack it with their fists, beating it to death with their bare hands.
Bill seems to remove it's heart and hold it up in triumph. It's a really bad idea to have the final form your shape-changing villain takes be both its weakest and its most ludicrous.
Surely, if beating it up was an option, that would have been easier when it was pretending to be a clown, an old lady, or Bill's little brother?
Happy ending achieved—we get nice epilogues about all the characters except for Eddie, who died from imaginary asthma —the movie ends.
So here's the thing about Stephen King: the monsters and scares are not why he's such a success. King's books don't break a lot of new ground on the scare-front: he's mostly recycling old school monsters—vampires, werewolves, zombies—and in It part of the point was to use these '50s monster movie figures as a way to explore childhood fears.
The thing that makes King's books work, however, is his characterization: his people seem like real people, caught in extraordinary situations.
It's no coincidence that the best movies based on King's works—from Carrie and The Shining to Stand by Me, Misery, and The Shawshank Redemption— are primarily character pieces, not big sprawling epics.
It wasn't 1, pages long because it was chock full of eyeballs and spiders, but because King spent time—more than in any of his novels besides The Stand— creating real characters that the reader could understand and care about.
So adapting It into a movie was always going to be a doomed enterprise, and having a hack director adapt it on no budget for television was one of the stupidest fucking ideas since King himself decided to direct Maximum Overdrive.
It simply couldn't be done without removing everything that made the book work, including the real horror, the sex, the slow build-up of tension, and the extensive background and development of the characters.
Take all that out, and what you have left is a bunch of thin characters moving from corny scare to corny scare—which is a pretty good summary of It.
But what did my girlfriend think? She has to give me a dirty look for several long moments before she can even begin to tell me.
She: The clown was creepy. Creepy looking. Clowns are inherently creepy. Being a major studio, they could've surely found the resources to edit the credits out of the footage without completely losing it, especially for the Blu-Ray release, since a new HD scan of the film elements needed to be produced anyway.
Michael Kennedy is an avid movie and TV fan that's been working for Screen Rant in various capacities since In that time, Michael has written over articles for the site, first working solely as a news writer, then later as a senior writer and associate news editor.
Most recently, Michael helped launch Screen Rant's new horror section, and is now the lead staff writer when it comes to all things frightening.
A FL native, Michael is passionate about pop culture, and earned an AS degree in film production in These edits carried over to all future releases of the miniseries.
The i DVD version of It was released on October 1, in the United States,  Japan  and Mexico;  and on September 8, in Taiwan.
The Japan and Taiwan releases include subtitles in Japanese, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Korean, traditional Mandarin, and Thai;   while the American and Mexican versions include Spanish, English, and French subtitles.
On April 1, , a full, p minute version of It was released to Prime Video. The Blu-ray releases of It comes with not just Blu-ray and DVD discs but also a t-shirt.
Steelbook Blu-ray packages were distributed in Germany on September 22, as a limited edition of 1, copies ;  France on October 12, ;  Italy on October 20, ;  the Czech Republic on December 7, ;  Finland, Sweden and Norway on January 22, ;    Denmark on January 25, ;  and the United Kingdom as a Zavvi exclusive on October 24,  and a more accessible release on September 23, In the United States and Australia, steelbook editions were released as retailer exclusives.
JB Hi-Fi issued It exclusive steelbooks in Australia on January 4, and September 4, ;   and Best Buy release exclusive steelbooks in the United States on October 2, and August 29, All Blu-rays of It at least include an English DTS-HD Master Audio track.
On October 1, , Warner Brothers released the DVD set Triple Terror Collection included three miniseries: It , the miniseries of Salem's Lot , and The Shining While the climax may be somewhat unavoidably unsatisfying, it is nostalgically remembered for its strengths, including its unforgettably gruesome Pennywise portrayal, its memorably shocking moments of on-screen visceral horror [ Stephen King's It is considered by most fans to be the most terrifying made-for-television horror film of all time.
More time and more money would've helped in the visual effects department, but I think we did okay with what we had, and what we had, above all else, was a brilliant cast and brilliant material.
Stephen King and I corresponded after the fact, and he felt as I did about the show's strengths and weaknesses, but overall was very complimentary.
The site's consensus reads, "Though hampered by an uneven second half, It supplies a wealth of funhouse thrills and an idelible turn from Tim Curry as Pennywise.
Many retrospective pieces have spotlighted Curry's version of Pennywise,      being called by several publications and scholars as one of the most terrifying clown characters in film and television.
Collins described it as "the stuff sleepless nights are made of. He gloats, he giggles, he taunts, he devours the scenery like the monster himself devours middle-schoolers — and he generally sears his way right into the brain of the viewer.
Collins and James Smythe of The Guardian claimed the miniseries to have a cult status ,   Smythe using Curry's portrayal as the main reason: "To this day, it's Pennywise that people turn to if you ask them to picture a scary clown.
Far more people than ever read the book have seen pictures of Curry's Pennywise, or have watched clips, or remember their siblings forcing them to watch it with them.
However, the other parts of the miniseries have faced more divided opinions. Smythe, while finding the miniseries enjoyable overall, also found the writing to be "clunky" and the other performances to be "soapy.
Rozsa was also one of the few reviewers to dislike the child performers, describing their line delivery as "unconvincing.
Jonathan Barkin, in a review, wrote that the first part, while the best of the miniseries, suffered from "awkward attempts to tie everything together," where what's only shown is "the smallest of snippets and there aren't really any solid connecting lines.
His overall criticisms includes its flashback structure and cheap television look, especially when it came to the spider and the "lazy" choice of close-up shots for Pennywise's scary faces.
There have been several internet memes using gifs of the scene where Pennywise meets Georgie. While King has admitted to enjoying the miniseries, calling it a "really ambitious adaptation of a really long book;"  Wallace, who only read the novel years after finishing It , stated in that he found the miniseries to be inferior to its source material.
It ' s commercial success began a wave of miniseries adaptations of Stephen King works, such as The Tommyknockers , another miniseries where Cohen wrote the script; Under the Dome —15 ; The two-part late s film version of It Chapter One and Chapter Two feature references to the miniseries.
A doll replica of Curry's Pennywise is seen in Chapter One in the scene where Richie encounters a room of clown dolls in the house on Neibolt Street;  the doll was also included in the film's trailer.
It's very dated, you know? In May , an Indiegogo campaign was created for Pennywise: The Story of IT , an independent documentary film about the production and lasting impact of the It miniseries.
In August , it was announced that Pennywise: The Story of IT co-producer Campopiano was producing a short alternate history sequel film to the miniseries titled Georgie.
From May 22 to May 29, , the company Horror Decor sold Pennywise dolls as part of their Killer Carnival Punks collection that also featured doll versions of the clown from Poltergeist and Gunther from The Funhouse Factory Entertainment has released several products based on the miniseries: a lunchbox,  a 15" Premium Motion Statue of Pennywise with an audio card playing some of Curry's lines,  and a plush doll of the clown.
On July 25, , HalloweenCostumes. On February 16, , the National Entertainment Collectibles Association released various toys of the miniseries' Pennywise, such as a 2" tall scaler mini of Pennywise,  an 8" bobble head of the character,  a 6.
In March , Japanese company Kotobukiya , as the first product of their Dokodemo horror statue series, released a 3" ARTFX figure that replicates It 's shower scene, specifically the part when Pennywise comes out of the drain.
In , a episode Indian television adaptation of the miniseries, Woh , was broadcast. In September , The WB announced a two-hour telefilm remake of the It miniseries written by Peter Filardi and produced by Mark Wolper, both of whom previously worked on the version of Salem's Lot.
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It 's child cast, which included Jonathan Brandis left , Seth Green middle , and Emily Perkins right , garnered praise from reviewers.
Convention photos of various cosplays of Curry's Pennywise, which has been the main reason for the miniseries' cult following according to writer James Smythe.
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