IT Chapter Two

Movie • 2019 • Horror  Report
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itdependswhosasking
There's a quick moment where a cute, small dog turns into a large monster, but it's more of a funny jump scare than anything disturbing. The dog doesn't die.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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jb23
“Things” died. But no actual animals
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The only animals in the movie are apparitions created by Pennywise, and other than mutating grotesquely, they don’t get abused.
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The only horses in this movie appear in a parade. It’s not a very memorable scene, but there are no other horses in this movie.
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Does a cat die?
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LawrenceHathaway
SPOILER* There is a point where a persons head morphs into a spider creature, it is very disturbing and graphic. There are also a lot of other scenes including minor bugs, but this scene stuck out to me.
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BunBun
When the group is in the abandoned house, they find a body in the fridge. The head rolls out and soon sprouts legs like a spider. It doesn't leave until the second half of the group climbs through the window and knocks it away.
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suz871
Effects of snakes growing out of a head figure.
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QueenNamina
Bev is shown drinking a lot as well as smoking throughout the movie as well as when she was a kid.
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AmySt
Scene where one character nonconsenually drugs another to induce hallucinogenic effects for the 'prophecy'
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Styx
There is excessive alcohol use towards the beginning when the characters are stressed. Its implied that they're not drinking responsibly in the moment, but that's it.
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QueenNamina
At the beginning a kid is seen cutting their hand for the pact they make using glass. A character at the beginning also is scene in a tub with a razor blade near him and later seen dead with blood dripping - the actual cutting is not shown on screen. Another character near the end is is having words curved into his stomach by IT though these go away due to being a (painful) hallucination.
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They are all mentally tortured by Pemnywise through the whole movie.
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chatarang
A door is slammed on a hand and some fingers are severed. The shot does not linger, and it's the monster's hand (though appearing human)
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QueenNamina
A zombie kid has insect legs poke through his eye and another character when being attacked by IT in the form of a leper gouges his eye out with his thumb/finger trying to get it off of him.
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Kaizokuokubey
Pennywise manipulates their body throughout, including squishing their head flat. Twoards the end their head also deflates like a baloon.
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Kaizokuokubey
One of It's forms is a young girl with her head on fire. Later theres a flashback of a child watching his parents hands desperately trying to escape a locked room while they burn to death.
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bylerisreddiee
There’s a brutal homophobic attack at the beginning where a gay man gets beat up and his teeth get damaged but that’s the only bit I can think of
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lillianm
There's a flashback to a scene in the first movie where Eddie has a broken arm in a cast.
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nessacrowley
i mean kind of? if you count when pennywise eats people, then yes, however he is not human. it happens at the beginning of the first movie with georgie, another time during the rock fight you can see him eating someones arm, and again at the beginning of the second movie during the hate crime, that’s all i can remember
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zer0bear
Two children are shown to die on screen. with countless corpses shown.
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buddichucky
Bill kisses Beverly when he is married
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Kaizokuokubey
Technically not an actual kidnapping, but characters physically suffer like it is. In a vision Eddie finds his mother kidnapped by the pharmacist, tied to a bed. She's screaming for help.
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buddichucky
They mention Mikes parents dying and they show a scene of Mike when he was about 6 and his parents hands coming out of the door trying to get out
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indridcold
A couple characters are dazed by lights, their eyes turn white, they become unresponsive, and they float towards them involuntarily.
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GemmaNorth
The clown stalks everyone
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Idontcaretofindagoodusername
There are dead characters that appear. But they’re not actually ghosts. Just manifestations of Pennywise.
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dogsnplants
there are way more jumpscares than there were in the first one. i counted about 7-10 total, while the first movie has about 2-4
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Kaizokuokubey
Technically a bath.
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TheRedPandaCat
Of course
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indridcold
Someone spits on the feet of the couple in the opening, and several monsters throughout the film (especially Pennywise) drool excessively
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memahta
3 times. at the beginning of the movie, when Richie show up for the first time (he shows up already vomiting, so take care); then when Eddie is struggling the leper (the leper vomits, but it's black, so it didn't look like a vomit, but still), Eddie goes home like that (covered in black vomit) and just clean himself when he's home; and then Richie again when he murder a real person at the library.
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Valeada
Yes, a character is imprisoned in an institution and stirs up a commotion/riot amongst the other patients/prisoners, which is delt with physically by the guards. Most of the patients/prisoners exhibit standard stereotypical movie “crazy person” behaviour
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zer0bear
No, technically. There is however two scenes that are based loosely in medical facilities; A mental hospital and a medication storage room.
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Kaizokuokubey
But a pharmacists makes a comment that a mole on a characters face could be cancer.
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KeroSewers
There is a room filled with dirty needles and syringes which are spilled all over the floor. Nothing is injected, however.
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elliottcoka
I would say yes because Ben grows up to lose weight and that is a source of contention and fear for him with Pennywise, that he will always be the fact kid. This doesn’t fit the typical stereotype of body dysmorphia, but his shame and being shamed by pennywise may cause issues for some.
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sunflowersystem
One character has recurring panic attacks throughout the film
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Styx
Quite a few. House of mirrors. Caverns. Being buried in soil. To name some
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lovejaques
Early on in the film, one of the characters is seen committing suicide
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ggdawggg
No, but if you're someone who's triggered by mentions of eating disorders there is a ton of fat jokes, fat shaming, and comments about weight and appearance that may also be triggering.
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sunflowersystem
Bev's father and abusive husband gaslight her
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LucienTaylor1
There are no canonically autistic characters
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honeyandtea
Towards the beginning of the movie it shows someone (I won’t name who) pretty graphically c*ting themselves and dying
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A lot of it during the end fight scene.
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Kaizokuokubey
Alot throughout
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Nobody is pregnant in this movie.
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Styx
No one has sex, but its implied/talked about. And theres a naked woman in one scene.
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honeyandtea
there was an attempt in the beginning of the movie towards Beverly and a lot of mentions about her fathers abuse
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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EmilieDeaneFreeman
There is a call back to Beverly's father sexually assaulting her
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Other than pennywise berating characters for their flaws/problems/disabilities.
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EmilieDeaneFreeman
No, but there is scenes involving racially motivated murder
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There is a bar mitzvah scene but it’s tasteful and there is no antisemitism.
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dogsnplants
there are no trans characters in the film. no misgendering occurs
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itdependswhosasking
There is a graphic and disturbing hate crime against a gay couple in the opening scene. They both suffer and one is brutally beaten before being killed.
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sunflowersystem
Pennywise targets Ben's weight several times and there are references to him being hot now that he's lost the weight.
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lovejaques
Use of homophobic slurs
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Salteed
The f-slur is used in both the hate crime scene near the beginning, and in Richies arcade flashback.
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memahta
better ending than the book, people looks very satisfied with this new ending, but I didn't find it happy nor sad at all
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eattherich
no one dies drowning but there are a couple scenes with people having difficulty swimming
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Kaizokuokubey
The car bumps into him, but nothing fatal.
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sunflowersystem
Several flashback scenes to Beverly and her father implying sexual and physical abuse, showing verbal abuse, and emotional incest by comparing her to her mother and spraying her with her mother's perfume.
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itdependswhosasking
There's a very intense depiction of an abusive husband who emotionally manipulates and beats his wife, including punching and grabbing her.
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QueenNamina
There is two strangulation scenes though. One where one of the main characters is fighting off IT in the form of a leper and he strangles him to get him off of him. This scene is later mentioned by the same character at the end of the movie. Another scene Bev is choked and near strangled by her abusive husband.
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zer0bear
At the beginning of the movie there is a sudden car crash, it, however, is not fatal or shows any injury.
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HH0158
One guy has Asthma attacks
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hollyeehaw
Sort of? Someone’s thrown over a bridge into a river
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ColeDarienFae
There are many scenes with blood and gore, the bloodiest is when Beverly nearly drowns in a bathroom stall that floods with blood, this is towards the end of the movie
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EmilieDeaneFreeman
Yes but they survive
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