Fühlt sich auch ziemlich angezogen zu den Clown Pennywise vom Film ES auch IT, der nicht mal echt ist. Oder etwa doch? Was ihr wohl erwarten wird? Am September startet das einzige Remake, auf das sich Leute wirklich freuen, in den Kinos. „IT“, in Deutschland treffend mit „ES“ übersetzt. There's A New Trailer For The "IT" Remake In Case You Were Sleeping Just Fine. Pennywise, get your mind outta the gutter. *Ba-dum-tiss*. Gruselige.
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Es ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm mit Elementen eines Coming-of-Age-Films von Andrés Brian Kronner: Meet the Loser's Club: The IT Remake Reveals Cast of Heroes In: erasmusmundusec9.eu, 6. Februar ↑ Zach Dionne: The. Es Kapitel 2 (engl. Originaltitel: It Chapter Two) ist ein Horrorfilm von Andy Muschietti und die Fortsetzung zu Es aus dem Jahr basierend auf dem. Am September startet das einzige Remake, auf das sich Leute wirklich freuen, in den Kinos. „IT“, in Deutschland treffend mit „ES“ übersetzt. Fühlt sich auch ziemlich angezogen zu den Clown Pennywise vom Film ES auch IT, der nicht mal echt ist. Oder etwa doch? Was ihr wohl erwarten wird? Read Chapter 5 from the story Life In A Movie (IT Remake) by Nychowise with reads. it, benhanscom, fan-fiction. Mizunas Sicht:Ich laufe mit zittrigen Bein. Remake It: Home: The Essential Guide to Resourceful Living: With over tricks, tips and inspirational designs: erasmusmundusec9.eu: Thompson, Henrietta. Remake It: Clothes: The Essential Guide to Resourceful Fashion: With over tricks, tips and inspirational designs | Thompson, Henrietta | ISBN.
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It Remake - „It“-Trailer: Pennywise terrorisiert im Remake eine ganze KleinstadtIn einer Höhle tief unten in der Kanalisation verbrennen sie die zusammengesuchten Artefakte, fassen sich an den Händen und versuchen mit diesem Ritual Es zu vernichten. Juli ein zweiter Trailer vorgestellt wurde. The special effects and makeup are very good, and many scenes are scary AND fun. And Stanley, who's getting ready for his bar mitzvah, is scared of this creepy painting of this woman whose face is Armbrustmorde messed up. Christopher O Super Reviewer. We want to hear Www Sparwelt De you have to say but need to verify your account. Yes, his appearance Douglas Fairbanks definitely that of a creepy fucking clown, but, again, there's something about him Deine Meine Unsere Stream you can't help but look at him. Genres: Horror.
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Overall, this is a fine, well-made horror movie that isn't necessarily the scariest movie ever, but it's creepy and fun, like a carnival dark ride.
Mark H Super Reviewer. Aug 26, Here we go, a movie that, at the time of its release, broke all sorts of box-office records. It is, unadjusted for inflation, it is the highest grossing horror film of all time and the fourth-highest grossing R-rated film of all time three of which have come out since , both Deadpool movies and this one.
Both Deadpool movies are ahead of this as is the Matrix Reloaded, which is the other film in that list. And this is with merchandising and DVD and book sales.
Adaptations of Stephen King's books have always been known, for the most part, for not being of very good quality.
Carrie, Misery and The Shining also come to mind, though King himself wasn't satisfied with the latter.
I liked Silver Bullet and find it underrated among King adaptations. But, again, there are plenty of adaptations that don't match up to the source material.
There's been plenty of bad years to be a Stephen King fan in relation to film adaptation of his works, but was not one of those years.
In fact, from what I can say, it was a great year for fans of good King adaptations. Well, really, it was good September and October.
Gerald's Game, a Netflix original movie, came out three weeks after this one and another Netflix original came out a month later on October 20th.
All films, as I understand since I've only seen this one, have received very positive reviews. I feel that's a little bit unprecedented. It's not just three good King movies in a year, it's three good King movies in the span of SIX weeks.
That's gotta be a record. Anyway, I have been looking forward to see this for a long time. I'll be honest, my only real knowledge of It comes from my aunt who's a Stephen King nerd and, I believe, considers it her favorite King book and seeing bits and pieces of the miniseries.
I haven't read the book, though I do have it around and I mean to read it before Chapter Two. But, at over pages long, it's a daunting task to tackle.
Having said that, I wanted to see this movie because all the cool kids were doing it and, given that my country was just a few days away from suffering its worst hurricane in history, a category FIVE hurricane, two weeks after already had ONE category five hurricane hit us, you could say that I was a bit indisposed at the time and it was quite a while before the local theaters opened again.
So, as far as I can tell, It made literally no impact on the box office here. Regardless, it seemed more like an event and less than a horror movie.
That's a strange feeling to have as a horror fan. While this is definitely a quality horror flick, I think people were more drawn to the experience of watching the film with a large group of people and all getting terrified at the same things at the same time.
The only movie that I can recall having that, in my lifetime at least, was Paranormal Activity in The word of mouth for that movie was so strong that it became a sensation.
And I feel like that that could be said for this movie as well. People, as much as they may have wanted to see the movie, wanted to experience the horror with a group of people.
And, somehow, that was something that drove the movie's success. Again, however, the movie is quite good. But is it great, well, I guess we'll have to get into it, shall we?
In many ways, and I may have seen this in the Honest Trailer for this movie, but this really is like a horror version of Stand By Me which, in the book Four Seasons four short stories covering all being set in different seasons, duh it's called The Body.
The movie doesn't really delve that deeply into the horror at first. There's obviously bits and pieces here and there, where Pennywise uses the Losers' fears against them in order to terrify them, but I feel that the movie first attempts to establish the Losers Club before really going full-on with the horror.
That's where the Stand By Me comparison comes into. Stand By Me doesn't have a horror bone in its body, it's a story about a group of friends traveling to see this dead body and the experiences they share together to get to that point, what they learn about each other and how that experience, for better or worse, changes their friendship forever.
Of course, this movie differs in that every experience the Losers go through only drives them closer together.
Though, by the same token, you could say that, eventually, this group will all go their separate ways when they graduate, and Beverly leaves by the end of the movie, so the group isn't exactly intact, but it's left in better shape than the friendships in Stand By Me.
Another thing I liked is that, at least through Bev, Bill and Ben, the movie frames its story as a coming-of-age one.
There's this interesting quote in the book that the director points to which says that being a kid is learning how to live and being an adult is learning how to die.
And the movie plays with that in some ways, because these kids, at least very early on in their lives when they probably shouldn't have to, come face to face with their own mortality through Pennywise's continuous attempts to kill them.
Or, at the very least, terrify the shit out of them. These kids have to learn to survive in a world where there are, seemingly, no adults to protect them.
Bill's parents seemed to have distanced themselves from what happened to Georgie, while Bill refuses to let go, attempting to find where his brother may have, Beverly's father obviously abuses her sexually, this is heavily implied though.
Eddie is a hypochondriac as a result of his overbearing mother. Mike's parents died when their house burned down.
Henry, the bully, is physically abused by his father as well. Again, essentially, this is a movie about kids, who are left on their own, whether abandoned or abused by their parents in some way both physical and emotional learning to survive on their own, relying only on each other since they have no one else.
And, at the same time, and this one is really interesting to me, Pennywise is also fighting for survival. Pennywise feeds on the fear kids have of him and, these are the director's own words, Pennywise feels the need to kill these children out of necessity.
Not that he doesn't enjoy it, of course, but he feels he needs to in order to be alive in the children's imagination.
Because, if they're not afraid of him, that takes all his power away. This isn't exactly a unique concept, as I feel one of the Elm Street movies played with this concept, but it's the whole idea of Pennywise doing what he needs in order for his own survival that's interesting.
This isn't a topic that's explored in Elm Street in reference to Freddy. Freddy's just an asshole, right? Let's talk about Pennywise's actor, Bill Skarsgard, for a moment, shall we?
Look, we all know that Tim Curry's performance as Pennywise in the It miniseries is iconic and, as great as Bill Skarsgard is in this movie, he can't do Tim Curry.
Skarsgard admitted to this himself. At the same time, given that this movie was a feature-length film with far more of a budget than the original miniseries, I feel that this movie just does a better job of making Pennywise truly and utterly terrifying.
Whether it be from his physical appearance, to the way Bill Skarsgard's interprets the character, I just feel that this version is bound to be more memorable than Curry's.
And that's not to say that Skarsgard is better than Curry, cause he might not be, it's all a matter of taste, I just feel that, with CG, they can do more with the Pennywise character than they could have done before.
I feel that the character of Pennywise, from the marketing material, made such an impression that people just wanted to see what he looked like and, again, I feel like that played part in why the movie was as successful as it was.
When the kids first go to the abandoned house where the well is where Pennywise lives down in the sewers and you get your first REAL good look at Pennywise for a good length of time, this scene absolutely shines.
Every scene with Pennywise himself is tremendous, it really is. And it's not that the lead characters themselves aren't likable or you don't want them to overcome this evil There's something magnetic that draws you to him and, really, maybe that's some sort of a flaw because, again, it's like there's nobody there BUT Pennywise.
It just sort of surprises me when people who watched this movie watched it through their eyes because Pennywise was too creepy. Yes, his appearance is definitely that of a creepy fucking clown, but, again, there's something about him where you can't help but look at him.
Then again, I'm not really scared of clowns and it's not like I shat my pants watching this movie this isn't me being 'macho' or anything, but I never get scared with horror flicks , but I just know quality stuff when I see it.
And Bill Skarsgard's presence as Pennywise is, quite literally, out of this world. The kids themselves are tremendous.
Ben and Richie were my personal favorites, as far as characters went, but all of the kids do absolutely tremendous in this movie and I do believe the movie pays respect to these characters.
Having said that, one of the biggest problem, if not the biggest, is the fact that outside of Ben, Bev, Bill and, maybe, Eddie, there's not much in the way of character development for the remaining members of the club.
Eddie has his hypochondriac issues, to be sure, but the movie is mostly centered around Bill, Beverly and Ben.
Richie is the comic relief, but there's no real depth to his character. And, honestly, they do absolutely nothing with either Mike and Stanley.
They do explain Mike's fear as a result of his guilt for his parents being burned alive but, outside of that, there's nothing to the character.
And Stanley, who's getting ready for his bar mitzvah, is scared of this creepy painting of this woman whose face is all messed up.
But, once again, other than his fear, they do nothing with the character. And that's a shame. I know there's only so much time you have to develop characters, but I just wish they would have made me care as more for Mike, Stanley and Richie as real people as they did with the main three members of the club.
The score is also top-notch, as are the visuals. There's a lot of things this movie does incredibly well. There's nothing about this movie that I could say that I hated but, at the same time, I don't feel comfortable calling this a great movie.
Is it one King's best adaptations? With his track record, of course it is. I feel like it captures a great tone and atmosphere, Skarsgard's presence and strength as Pennywise is undeniable, there's some strong storytelling here regarding the kids learning to survive on their own as well as Pennywise, but some of the characters are a little lacking in personality and depth.
The horror is damn good, if a bit straightforward and there's just something exciting and fun about watching this movie. But, at the same time, I still don't feel comfortable calling it a great movie.
As I mentioned, there's some weak characters here and that's really what holds this movie back from getting a great score. Everything else, though, it delivers on and then some.
Bring on Chapter Two and bring on more Pennywise. I'm really looking forward to that next year. This is one of those horror movies where, even if it might not be great, is gonna be remembered for a long time and for good reason.
It's a quality movie throughout. The fact that I felt a few flaws kept it from being great is not gonna be enough to change that and I don't mean to do that.
Because, to me, what this and movies like Get Out and A Quiet Place is show the film world that horror is a genre to be reckoned with and respected.
Very good movie and a really damn easy recommendation. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Apr 29, Well acted by young unknown actors and retold in a funny but very frightening manner and loyal to the macabre genius of Stephen King.
Skaarsgard is great as Pennywise but I am still more fond of Tim Curry's portrayal. Very well shot and directed. A good scare for certain!
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