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IT (2017) Film Review. Directed by Andrés Muschietti. Distributed by Warner Bros. Certificate 15. Running time 134 minutes.

It first impressions, I'm about an hour and 15 minutes in, and I had to stop the movie to take some notes, and from what I've seen so far is one of the best movies I have seen in quite a while and why. From the start the cast is absolutely spot on, from every character being absolutely likeable, the loosers club are absolutely perfect. I have now watched this movie all the way through, the streaming copy was very helpful so I could watch, pause and take notes.
This movie from the start is perfection, especially the acting from the young cast. From Finn Wolfhard who plays cocky, funny and wise ass 'Richie Tozer', who is known as one third of Stranger Things cast.Jason Lieberher as the main character 'Bill', who has been in St Vincent, and Midnight Special. The two stand outs for me were Jeremy Ray Taylor who plays the new kid 'Ben Hanscom', and the outstanding and easily the best character is Played by Sophia Lillis, who is 'Beverly Marsh', the …

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