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Review of It, The movie

Emalee Branson, Staff Writer

Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns, and you would be surprised by how many people have this fear. The movie “It” dives into the haunting qualities that clowns possess and brings out the deep set fears people with coulrophobia experience. The first movie was released on Sept. 8, 2017. Based off the award winning novel by stephen king, seven children in 1984-1985 spend their time investigating the disappearance of their fellow classmates in their home town. Every 27 years the clown Pennywise terrorizes the town by taking and eating young children, feeding off their fear. The story all started when the main character, Bill, discovers his younger brother Gorge went missing. 

The plot itself was amazing, suspenseful and it kept everyone on the edge of their seat but the way the cast worked together and how the movie was developed made the movie great. How the young actors played their character really made everything flow more smoothly. 

Having good or bad graphics can really make or break a movie.  The way the graphic designers shaped everything, made the movie that much better. By means of how they made Pennywise and where he lived created such a scary setting for an overall fantastic movie. 

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