‘It: Chapter Two’ early reviews: Critics unanimously applaud Bill Hader’s performance, call it Oscar-worthy

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Although humble persons will have to wait until September 6 to see the final chapter of Stephen King’s horror film, a few select film critics and lucky audiences got the opportunity to catch an early screening of It: Chapter Two. The film has received mixed reviews and while some loved the film others though it was not scary enough as compared to the first installment. Some of the critics blamed the script as they found it to be weak. However, Bill Hader’s performance was unanimously applauded and Oscar-worthy.

It: Chapter Two is based 27 years after the events shown in the first film. The story revolves around the grown members of the Losers’ Club who return to their hometown, Derry, Maine and find that It/Pennywise has come back crueler and stronger than ever. The film also stars Jessica Chastain, Xavier Dolan, Jake Weary, and Jess Weixler. Have a look at some of the reactions below:

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It: Chapter Two is directed by Andy Muschietti. The film also stars Bill Skarsgard and Finn Wolfhard.

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