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In the 80 90 no one batted an eye when a little kid cussed on screen in a mainstream movie. But, that hasn been the case these days.
I truly surprised, and refreshed, that they allowed this buy canada goose jacket cheap movie to be made at all, let alone made the way it was.
With its enormous success, is Hollywood going to allow this going forward?
Are they going to allow more “open and honest” depictions of kids in their mainstream films? Would they dare do it in their tentpole blockbusters?
Or is this something that happened because it was blanketed as an canada goose uk black friday “R rated buy canada goose jacket Horror” movie?
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The first, as everyone is aware, is the R rating. I so glad they didn cop out into a PG 13 rating to sell more tickets. It adds that sense of realism to me (the setting and behavior, not the killer demon clown aspect) because Canada Goose Coats On Sale when I was that Canada Goose Outlet age, it was like flipping a switch when there weren any adults around, in regards to cursing. Even Eddie was foul mouthed, and personally, he was probably my favorite character from Chapter One.
Secondly, as you noted, actual teenagers playing teenagers. Not 20 somethings attempting to look 5 10 years younger. The only issue with this is in a franchise spanning multiple movies, but the characters are to stay the same age. Not specifically talking about “IT” because the second half will mostly be adults, but you get movies Canada Goose online that are spanned 2 3 years apart, but the character is supposed to still be the same age.
Also, one thing I especially loved about this movie outside of Finn, I had no idea who any of these actors and actresses were, and that a good thing, something I hope they keep in Chapter Two. Don get me wrong, I a fan of big name actors, but I find myself more immersed in the story when it a movie with a bunch of lesser cheap Canada Goose knowns. That an area of concern for Chapter Two after reading all these articles and fantasy castings for the grown up Losers Club. People want Amy Adams to play a grown up Beverly, the actor who played Ben would like Chris Pratt to play adult Ben, etc. Stuff like that is going to make the budget a lot higher. I be lying though if I said I didn want Seth Green to play an adult Richie, just because he played the young Richie in the 1990 miniseries.