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Much like any sensible person would with Pennywise himself, I didn't see any reason to be scared during this movie after watching its predecessor. These people have defeated Pennywise in the first movie, only difference is, they were kids in the first one. Now they're full-fledged adults. Pennywise isn't 'stronger' in this movie, and he still has the same crippling weakness, so you know the adults shouldn't be in real danger. The movie tries to shove the ol' amnesia trope one you, but that's just a plot device used to ultimately give you pretty much the same movie as last time. Besides, at a run time of nearing 3 hours, it's way too long. After the surprisingly scary first movie, this sequel is like a huge letdown.
Surprisingly tense thriller. Thouroughly enjoyed it from start to end.
Man who's one meds 24/7 and can barely walk on a normal day survives three high speed car crashes in an hour and escapes the police on foot directly afterwards. Yeah don't expect this to be pretty.
Stuff like this is direly needed nowadays.
Wow, a modern zombie flick that isn't boring and actually provides genuine thrills.