Movie Story: On a rainy day in October 1988, Bill Denbrough gives his seven-year-old brother Georgie a sailboat made from notebook paper. Georgie takes the boat out onto the street and sails it down the water-filled gutter. He accidentally lets the boat wash into the sewer with the flowing water. As he peers into the Storm drain, he’s startled by the presence in the sewer of a strange man dressed as a clown, who introduces himself as “Pennywise the Dancing Clown”. Pennywise claims that the storm blew the whole circus, including him, into the sewers and offers Georgie a balloon as he attempts to lure the boy. When Georgie reaches in to retrieve his boat, It grabs his arm and bites it off before dragging him into the sewer.
Eight months later, in June 1989, on the last day of term at Derry High School, Bill and his friends Richie Tozier, Eddie Kaspbrak, and Stanley Uris run afoul of bully Henry Bowers and his gang. At the same time, Beverly Marsh, a young girl abused by her father and bullied mercilessly for being a “slut”, runs into Ben Hanscom, a kind but overweight boy who secretly has a crush on her.
While making a delivery to a local butcher shop for his grandfather, homeschooled Mike Hanlon encounters It before nearly getting run over by Henry. Bill, still haunted by Georgie’s disappearance and the resulting neglect from his grief-stricken parents, discovers that his brother’s body may have ended up in a marshy wasteland connected by the sewers, known as the Barrens. Ben Hanscom spends time in the library where he finds a book on Derry’s history, learning the town has been plagued by mysterious unexplained tragedies and child disappearances for centuries. He is lured into the basement by mysterious eggs. It confronts Ben, in the form of a headless boy, whom he narrowly escapes. The creature also goes after Stan in the form of a living painting, permanently traumatizing him.
Full Name: IT 2017
Release Date: 8 September 2017 (UK)
Length: 2h 15min
Size: 686 MB
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Horror
Cast: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard