IT

Movie • 2017  Report
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cmace04
No.
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WallyCueto
Sheep gets shot in the head. Also, a cat almost gets shot (pretty distrubing scnene IMO).
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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amyvespinosa
Several sheep die, once at the very beginning of the film and again towards the middle. If you're squeamish about this, look away when you see sheep and you'll be fine. A cat is nearly shot by Henry Bowers for target practice later on, but he is caught by his dad, who makes him stop before he actually does it.
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Liam McNaught
Well, yeah. It's IT: the whole story about a child-eating monster. However, unlike the previous adaption, the first child killed is portrayed as graphically as in the book. He has his arm torn off and is then dragged into the sewer by his ankles, screaming and crying.
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kinleyann728
There is a short scene where Mike sees burned hands and flames from behind the door of the butcher's shop. He later describes his past experience of his house being burned down with his parents inside.
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Thyrsos Syrinx
When the kid goes in the library basement, there's strobe effects of the lights.
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zoebird0406
The dad of one of the bullies is murdered.
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kinleyann728
obviously, yeah
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emmarubinson
there are bathroom scenes in the movie but no shower in the 2017 one, but in the 1990 it mini series there is a shower scene where eddie is in shower after gym but it isnt scary at all
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myah.skreinig
One of the bullies torments a member of the losers. Nothing to bad though. The member of the club manages to escape.
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fremescence
They also have a spitting contest off the cliff
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ilikecatsandbooks
There is no actual shakey cam, but there is a scene where the camera is focused on the monsters head and the rest of the screen shakes, which has the same effect
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crabby
one of the kids is very heavily implied to be frequently sexually abused by her father, but you never see it on screen. one time it gets close but he's stopped and receives violent repercussions.
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Ciara McDonald
Nobody commits suicide in the movie, but since IT (2017) is based on the novel of the same name, IT: Chapter Two (2019) will likely feature a scene where Stan kills himself.
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Glitchangel
No, but there are many mentions of a character possibly drowning after being dragged in the sewer
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crabby
there are many instances of prescribed medication being a topic or involved in scenes, and i think at least one time where you see one of the kids taking pills, but i don't think there is any use of illegal/recreational drugs (someone can correct me if i'm wrong).
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Abby Burton
No, an LGBT person does not die in the movie, the book is different though.
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anxielin.carson
LOTS of body horror, etc.
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JADTP
Pennywise gets stabbed in the eye by the losers during the haunted house scene, which isn't a pretty sight.
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emiliegray723
Kids have a spitting contest off of the cliff, Eddie’s fear vomits sludge all over him, and in most scenes with the kids Pennywise is visibly drooling.
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crabby
in one scene a kid is held down by 2 bullies while a 3rd starts cutting letters into his stomach with a knife. he is stopped before he finishes what he was trying to do, but it is still pretty hard to watch.
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casewendel
Surprisingly, no! A character falls a great distance and they aren't seen hitting the ground, but they are presumed dead, however, according to the sequel (casting), he is still alive.
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manaia.palmer.putt
Gay slurs are used several times throughout the movie, by antagonists.
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Are there bugs?
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Peter Anthony Beaupre Jr.
A main character is seen breaking a bone from fall damage.
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anxielin.carson
There is heavily implied abuse between Beverly and her father, including a scene of attempted sexual assault (?). An antagonist's father also shoots the ground near his son as a punishment for stealing his gun. It also appears that there are some unhealthy relationships with parents.
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Kai McCusker
it's implied that Beverly's father abuses her, but it never really goes that far from implying it until the middle, where he attempts to sexually assault her.
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Abby Burton
I wouldn't say he is possessed, but Pennywise definitely gets into Henry Bowers head and encourages him to kill the losers.
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