Top 10 Things That It Chapter 2 Did Differently

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These are the top ten things that It Chapter Two did differently from Stephen King’s 1986 novel, the 1990 miniseries, and this follow-up to the 2017 blockbuster. If you’re not caught up on any of these, why are you watching this video? It’s just going to spoil everything! From the depiction of Maturin the Turtle to how It Chapter Two treats the Losers’ Club emotional arcs, join WatchMojo as we take a deep dive into the world of Stephen King and break down the differences between the source material and the adaptations. Which adaptation of It is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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16 thoughts on “Top 10 Things That It Chapter 2 Did Differently

  1. It Chapter 2 was phenomenal. It was a satisfying conclusion and a wonderful experience. Scary and disturbing too, but funny as well.

  2. Give your honest opinion, does the the “it chapter 2” movie good or bad? Also which movie was better, the first or second? 😀👍

    1. First movie was way better , chapter 2 was about a hour to long , it focuses to much on the kids it’s like they were afraid to focus on the adults story

  3. In the books it’s explained that human brains can’t comprehend his true form so our brains turn it into what it closely resembles which is the spider

    1. I liked it too. It has issues like every movie, but definitely one of the best adaptations of one of the more trippy SK novels. The best was Shawshank, in my opinion of course.

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