Jame Cur’s review published on Letterboxd:
I wanted this movie to be good so bad. Coming off the success of the first “It” and a now grown up cast, it seemed impossible for this film to be terrible. And it wasn’t. It Chapter Two is not bad, it has bad elements, with a gruelling run time, resulting in the second act especially feeling boring beyond belief that it was greenlit, the cast trying their best but suffering to a messy script and some just unscary scares. But Bill Skarsgård, genuinely creepy imagery, disturbing kills and lots of well crafted sequences cushion the blow of this film being a massive disappointment.