Starring: James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Bill Hader, Jay Ryan, Isaiah Mustafa, James Ransone, Andy Bean, Jaeden Martell, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer, Wyatt Oleff

Story:

Supernatural horror sequel directed by Andy Muschietti. The story is set twenty-seven years later after the events of the first movie. The Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.

 

Our Favorite Quotes:

'Things we wish we could leave behind. Whispers we wish we could silence. Nightmares we most want to wake up from. Memories we wish we could change. Secrets we feel like we have to keep, are the hardest to walk away from.' Click To Tweet 'The good stuff? The pictures in our mind that fade away the fastest? Those pieces of you it feels the easiest to lose.' - Young Stanley Uris (It Chapter Two) Click To Tweet ‘Be who you want to be. Be proud. And if you find someone worth holding on to, never, ever, let them go. Follow your own path, wherever that takes you.’ - Stanley Uris (It Chapter Two) Click To Tweet ‘See, the thing about being a loser, you don’t have anything to lose. So, be true. Be brave. Stand. Believe. And don’t ever forget, we’re losers, and we always will be.’ - Losers Club (It Chapter Two) Click To Tweet

 

Quotes: 

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[Beverly rings the doorbell and the front door opens]
Mrs. Kersh: Yes? May I help you?
Beverly Marsh: I used to live here.
Mrs. Kersh: Won’t you come in? It’s the least I can do.


 

[referring to the house]
Mrs. Kersh: Is it like you remember?
Beverly Marsh: Cleaner.
Mrs. Kersh: Well, you feel free to look around while I get the water boiling.


 

[Beverly finds and reads the old postcard that Ben had sent her]
Beverly Marsh: “Your hair is winter fire January embers, and my heart burns there too.”
[we see Mrs. Kersh watching in the background, then as she walks off she looks like a creepy monster]


 

[handing Beverly a cup of tea]
Mrs. Kersh: There you go.
Beverly Marsh: Thank you.
Mrs. Kersh: Now, some music.
[she puts on an old record]
Mrs. Kersh: There.
[Beverly notices flies forming outside the window]
Mrs. Kersh: I do apologies. It gets so very hot here this time of year.
Beverly Marsh: It’s fine.
Mrs. Kersh: Well you feel like you could just about die. But you know what they say about Derry.
Beverly Marsh: Hm?
Mrs. Kersh: No one who dies here ever really dies.
[she smiles and stares at Beverly in uncomfortable silence]
Mrs. Kersh: But tell me, how is it being back in Derry?
[Beverly looks confused and frightened]
Beverly Marsh: Strange.
Mrs. Kersh: Strange? Oh, my…
[she opens the top of her dress slightly and we see she has an ugly looking scar on her chest]


 

[the oven bell rings]
Mrs. Kersh: I had some cookie I made in the oven before you came. Stay right there.
Beverly Marsh: I shouldn’t impose. I’m going to…
Mrs. Kersh: No, no, no, no, no, no. I insist.
[she goes to get the cookies; Beverly looks at the photos on the wall]
Beverly Marsh: Your photos are lovely, Mrs. Kersh. Are these your family?
Mrs. Kersh: My father came to this country with fourteen dollars in his pocket.
Beverly Marsh: What did he do, Mrs. Kersh?
Mrs. Kersh: My father joined the circus.
[Beverly notices a creepy looking old photo of a young Mrs. Kersh and her father, who was Pennywise]


 

Mrs. Kersh: I was always daddy’s little girl. What about you? Are you still his little girl, Beverly?
[in a monstrous voice]
Mrs. Kersh: Are you?!!
[suddenly she goes to attack Beverly]


 

Young Bill: Swear, if it isn’t dead, if it ever comes back, we’ll come back too.


 

Richie Tozier: This meeting of The Losers Club has officially begun.


 

[making a toast]
Beverly Marsh: To The Losers.


 

Mike Hanlon: Something happens when you leave this town. The farther away, the hazier it all gets. But me, I never left. I remember all of it.


 

Mike Hanlon: We made an oath.


 

Mike Hanlon: We didn’t stop it.
Beverly Marsh: Pennywise.
Mike Hanlon: The clown.


 

Bill Denbrough: We can’t let it happen again.


 

Bill Denbrough: [to Beverly] We can do this, but we have to stick together.


 

Mike Hanlon: We need to finish it, for good.


 

Beverly Marsh: I’ve seen all of us die. It consumes us from the inside, until we don’t have a choice anymore.


 

Georgie Denbrough: You lied. And I died. You lied! And I died!


 

Pennywise: Hello.


 

Pennywise: For twenty-seven years, I dreamt of you. I craved you. I missed you!


 

[Richie has flashback of Stanley giving a speech at his bar mitzvah]
Young Stanley Uris: Everyone has some memories they’re proud of than others, right? And maybe that’s why change is so scary. Because the things we wish we could leave behind. The whispers we wish we could silence. The nightmares we most want to wake up from. The memories we wish we could change. The secrets we feel like we have to keep, are the hardest to walk away from. The good stuff? The pictures in our mind that fade away the fastest? Those pieces of you it feels the easiest to lose. But maybe I don’t want to forget. Maybe that’s what today is all about. Forgetting, right?
Stanley’s Dad: Thank you, Stanley.
[he goes to take the mic away from Stanley, but Stanley moves away and continues speaking]
Young Stanley Uris: Today, I’m supposed to become a man. But I don’t feel any different. I know I’m a loser. And no matter what, I always fucking will be.
[the guests are shocked, but Richie stands and starts to clap before his mom stops him]


 

[on the phone]
Bill Denbrough: Hey, can I ask you a question?
Mike Hanlon: Sure.
Bill Denbrough: Why do you think we’re not forgetting, like, you know, like last time?
Mike Hanlon: Maybe because it’s dead. Or maybe because we have more that we want to remember than we want to forget.
Bill Denbrough: A lot more.


 

[Bill reads a letter that Stanley sent to all the Losers]
Stanley Uris: [voice over] Dear Losers, I know what this must seem like, but this isn’t a suicide note. You’re probably wondering why I did what I did. It’s because I knew I was too scared to go back. And if we weren’t together? If all of us alive weren’t united? I knew we’d all die. So, I made the only logical move. I took myself off the board. Did it work? Well, if you’re reading this, then you know the answer. I lived my whole life afraid. Afraid of what would come next. Afraid of what I might leave behind. Don’t be. Be who you want to be. Be proud. And if you find someone worth holding on to, never, ever, let them go. Follow your own path, wherever that takes you. Think of this letter as a promise.
Losers Club: [voice over] A promise I’m asking you to make. To me. To each other. An oath.


 

[last lines]
Stanley Uris: [voice over] See, the thing about being a loser, you don’t have anything to lose. So…
Young Losers Club: [voice over] Be true. Be brave. Stand. Believe. And don’t ever forget, we’re losers, and we always will be.

 

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