Movie review: Sequel to horror flick It is flabby and way too long

The film, in contrast to the grown-up characters at its core, is so much in love with its past, it cannot think of a different future.
The film, in contrast to the grown-up characters at its core, is so much in love with its past, it cannot think of a different future.PHOTO: WARNER BROTHERS

IT CHAPTER TWO (M18)

169 minutes/opens Sept 5/2 stars

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