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A group of kids, amidst being bullied and ostracized, form the “Losers Club” in the small town of Derry, Maine in the summer of 1989. However, this summer will be unlike any they’ve ever experienced. While the town lives in fear due to the strange disappearances of some of Derry’s children, the group of Bill, Ben, Beverly, Richie, Mike, Eddie and Stanley realize the culprit is a creature that takes the form of an evil clown, preying on Derry’s citizens every twenty-seven years. With no one else to turn to, the group of friends must face their fears in an attempt to rid Derry of the creature for good. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 2017’s “It”.
∙ On the last day of school, Beverly is smoking in the stall in the girl’s bathroom. In the close-up, front view of her, she’s shown putting out the cigarette on the bathroom stall with her right hand. It cuts to an overhead view of her in the stall and she’s putting out the cigarette with her left hand.
∙ After school, Beverly runs into Ben on the steps. She grabs Ben’s yearbook and offers to sign it. Beverly grabs a pen and has the top in her mouth when she starts signing. The scene cuts to a view of the yearbook and then back to a front view of Beverly and the pen top is gone. It cuts to a side/rear view when she finishes signing and she can be seen taking the pen top out of her mouth.
∙ Ben is in the library reading “The History of Old Derry”. He slams the book shut and his hands are on the top cover. It cuts to a front, wider view when the red balloon starts to float through the room. Ben can be seen taking his hands off the book as he turns to look behind him. The scene cuts to a close-up view of Ben just before he stands up and he’s shown taking his hands off the book again.
“It” (2017) is based on the novel by Stephen King and stars Bill Skarsgard, Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff and Nicholas Hamilton. The movie runs 135 minutes and is rated R for violence/horror, bloody images and for language.
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