It - Chapter Two

It - Chapter Two
Pennywise returns to the small town of Derry, twenty-seven years after the Losers Club thought they were rid of him forever. Now it’s up to the group of childhood friends to return to the town they had tried to forget and save the residents from the evil shapeshifting clown. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “It – Chapter Two”.

· Bill walks into the secondhand shop and is talking to the shopkeeper about purchasing the bicycle. In the front view of the shopkeeper when he asks, “How may I help you?”, the book he’d been reading is on the counter with the spine of the book facing toward Bill. In the next view, when the shopkeeper asks, “Aren’t you William Denbrough?”, the book has changed position, with the top of the book facing Bill. Bill answers, “That’s me”, and the view of the shopkeeper shows the book is back in its original position, with the spine facing Bill. It’s the top facing Bill once again when he asks, “How much”.

· Bill and Beverly kiss and suddenly notice the skateboard coming down the stairs. In the rear view, Beverly backs away from Bill and isn’t touching him. It cuts to a front view when she asks if they should be running, and Beverly backs away again and lowers her left arm away from his chest.

· Eddie gets stabbed on the left cheek and wears a bandage to cover the wound. He’s still wearing it when they go into the house. A while later, when they start walking through the sewer, Richie says, “Oh man”, and a close-up of Eddie shows the bandage is on his right cheek. Also, during this scene, Beverly is behind Eddie in the sewer, carrying the flashlight in her right hand. In the farther view, the flashlight is in Beverly’s left hand.
· In the wider view of Bill when he answers the phone, he’s shown taking off his glasses. It cuts to a close-up of Mike and then a close-up of Bill, who takes his glasses off again.

“It – Chapter Two” (2019) is based on the novel by Stephen King and stars James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone, Andy Bean and Bill Skarsgard. It run 169 minutes and is rated R for disturbing violent content and bloody images throughout, pervasive language, and some crude sexual material.

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