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    Quote Originally Posted by dashrunner View Post
    The new IT -I think the makers have missed the letters 'SH' from the title,
    What a load of CGI tosh 4/10 - not a patch on the original. Why is it that Horror movies feel the need to show off their ability to create computer generated graphics and what they can do rather than use real effects that make the suspense so much more real.
    Over the top which spoilt what could have and should have been a good film.
    This review is pretty much spot on.......http://globalnews.ca/news/3727775/it-movie-review-2017/
    Odd you see it this way as i know about a dozen people who have seen the film since Friday and they all rate it highly as did myself, the cgi isn't a problem within the film and lets be honest, what film nowadays doesn't have cgi.

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    Logan Luck - 5/10 enjoyable, nothing special.

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    IT is scary as shit in parts. Nasty bastard, Pennywise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dashrunner View Post
    The new IT -I think the makers have missed the letters 'SH' from the title,
    What a load of CGI tosh 4/10 - not a patch on the original. Why is it that Horror movies feel the need to show off their ability to create computer generated graphics and what they can do rather than use real effects that make the suspense so much more real.
    Over the top which spoilt what could have and should have been a good film.
    This review is pretty much spot on.......http://globalnews.ca/news/3727775/it-movie-review-2017/
    I'm a Stephen King geek and I really disagree. You say 'the original' but that was a shit made for TV mini series with appalling acting and even worse special effects. This film was much more in keeping with the spirit of the book. It completely nailed the Losers club in every way. Pennywise was also far more accurately interpreted than it was in the TV version. Tim Curry was a great scary clown but he wasn't Pennywise. Overall it was what it was meant to be. A coming of age adventure film with a horror theme. Like the Goonies meeting Nightmare on Elm Street. They got that spot on. 8.5/10 for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanBogie9 View Post
    IT is scary as shit in parts. Nasty bastard, Pennywise.


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    Raefil, He's the second best moderator this forum has ever had, closely behind Nobber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobber View Post
    What is?
    No. IT is, apparently though.

    I'm off to watch it tonight.
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    Well it was alright. Not seen the first one or read the book, but I’d give it a 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rallye View Post
    Well it was alright. Not seen the first one or read the book, but I’d give it a 7.
    It's one of those films that really benefits if you've read the book. Even though the film is fairly long (espcially for a horror) it still feels a bit rushed. The book really helps to fill in any gaps. Can only assume it felt even more rushed for anyone who hasn't read it.

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