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Plot: A reimagining of the classic horror tale about Carrie White, a shy girl outcast by her peers and sheltered by her deeply religious mother, who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. Runtime: 100 mins Release Date: 17 Oct 2013
I have just watched new Carrie movie and i don't know why people complain about this movie.I have read the book several times and watched the old Carrie movie again several times. I don't accept any complains about the story. Story was good in 1976 and it is still good in 2013. I like the Chole's and Julianne Moore's performance. Especially Julianna Moore is fantastic in this movie.Remakes are hard to like because people always compare it with the old movie. If they like the old movie, they will complain about the new one. This is why this movie has low rating. But they <more>
don't understand one point, if you don't remake Carrie, new generation will not know about it at all. How many young person would watch 1976 Carrie? Carrie was one of the best choice to make a remake. It is not like remaking "Oldboy" movie which they did unfortunately .To sum up, i liked Carrie 2013 and it was a good remake. I really enjoyed it because i am fan of the book and the old movie. If you don't know anything about Carrie you will like the movie. If you like the book and the 1976 Carrie movie, again you will like this too. The only way to not like this movie is to have obsession about the old movie or you are not fan of this kind of movies at all
Carrie: Finally, A Remake Worth Watching (by baigasif10)
This film not only made me tear up, but it really satisfied my thirst on Carrie's revenge against the one's that did her wrong. Unlike the original, Chris Hargensen and Billy Nolan's deaths were not as satisfying as they should have been; this film really got into depth about what happens if you push someone far enough until they burst...literally. As a fan of the book, I'm really glad Kim Peirce tried to stay as faithful as she could to the source material. The film is about the same format as the original, but she peppered in her own take by adding social media, cellphones, <more>
and modern day bullying. Chloe Grace Moretz really created her own Carrie, and I can honestly say her performance was unforgettable. She carried her own take on the character and for that, I commend her. I can understand why some people were upset with "another remake" but if you really want to watch a film that is up to date with modern technology, attractive enough to target not just teens, but adults as well - then this film really is worth watching.
I was curious going into this film, as I know Chloe is a great actress, and I really dislike remakes. But I was really surprised by this though, great acting all round, the script is basically the same as the first one, with some tweaks to it It was a book first people, the script can't actually change that much . The help of CGI has made this film a lot better than the original film I'll get hate for saying it, but there you go . Really great film, enjoyed it a hell of a lot, I would recommend it to everyone. 10*, cracking acting, brilliant portrayal of the book. A few funny scenes <more>
which make the film quite enjoyable. Julianne Moore was a great Margaret White and Chloe was a brilliant Carrie White A lot better in my honest opinion, than Sissy Spacek . All in all, I'd advise you too watch it!
Very wonderful film, all in all (by nafisfuadkhan)
Being different is not a curse, being powerful is not a curse, the real curse is not being accepted by the society, the curse is not being neglected by people who are weak inside. Carrie is a wonderful movie expressing that aspect which is not talked about often. This movie might be supernatural. But the theme is real, persons like Carrie are real. We might laugh at them, make fun of them but when we get to know the true power of them, the only thing we do is become amazed. Overall, this movie filled up my want from it. Truly loved the movie. But I also looking forward to watch the Carrie <more>
1976 movie......... truly "You will know her name"
New Version of Carrie for a New Generation (by nsmith4881)
This is by no means the 1976 Carrie we all know. Yes it is different but it is still a great movie. I was not sure, and a bit skeptical, of how good or bad the Carrie remake would be. However, I found myself glued to the screen from the very start right up to the end. You don't want to mess with Sissy Spacek and you don't want to mess with Chloe Moretz either. Each bring their own version of Carrie to the screen and I think they are both great. Same goes for Julianne Moore. She is no Piper Laurie but she still brings the character of Carries mother to life. So if you are going to see <more>
this movie thinking it is going to be the same as the original your going to be disappointed. This Carrie brings her own game to the screen. This is my advice to you all who want to go see this movie. Watch it not comparing it to the original Carrie movie but as a brand new modern day Carrie in today's world.
The 2013 movie version of Carrie took a 1970's storyline, and brought it into modern terms without barely even a hint of change in the plot. Well executed, well casted, and beautifully filmed, Carrie will have you on the edge of your seat especially if you've read the book waiting and pawing for those last 10 minutes. And trust me, when they come, they do not disappoint. This movie does such a fantastic job showing the antagonists as people who deserve "what is coming" that the so insanely graphic method used to show justice being served, hopefully won't hit you too <more>
hard. Pun intended Overall I would definitely say it is worth a go if you have heard about the storyline or read the book, but this movie is definitely not for you if you are not a fan of the horror / violence genre.
In the remake of the original Brian De Palma film, and based off of the novel by Stephen King, Carrie tells the story of young Carrie White Chloe Grace Moretz who goes through life being tormented by classmates and teachers. The only person she feels close to is her religion- obsessed mother Margaret Julianne Moore . After a cruel joke, one of the popular girls, Sue Snell Gabriella Wilde decides to provide an act of kindness to Carrie by allowing her boyfriend to ask her to prom. But along the way, Carrie starts to develop telekinetic abilities that could bring disastrous results if <more>
she's pushed too far.I believe that to compare this remake with the original and say which is better would be completely wrong and impossible. Both films have very strong aspects of their own that make them both able to stand on their own. But to discuss this version as a remake itself, I would definitely have to say it was VERY well-done. The film really gets into the emotional side of the story, we really get to know Carrie and get a sense of her loneliness. This in part is due to an excellent performance by Chloe Grace Moretz in what I really think is her best performance to date. She portrays the emotions of Carrie with such ease that you really feel for the character and think of her as a real person. But when it switches gears and her evil side appears, Moretz provides a very chilling performance. We are also given Julianne Moore as Carrie's mother. From the start of the film and until the very end, Moore shows just how unhinged Margaret White is, and she does it perfectly. Her performances leaves the viewer really unsettled with her dead and haunting performance. As for the effects, unfortunately this remake is filled with a lot of CGI. Does it completely ruin the film? No. But it does take away a lot of the effect. The prom scene for example, while much more violent which I was pleased about , the CGI was really noticeable. But despite this, some of the effects combined with amazing camera shots is very well-done. One example being when two characters are involved in a car crash, the impacts in the crash were very cool and slightly disturbing to watch. So overall, Carrie is a very well-done and perfectly modernized remake that lets us get in touch emotionally with our lead, plenty of bloody moments, and most of all, amazing performances by Moretz and Moore. My rating: 8/10
We should all know the rundown by now...Carrie is the remake of the 1976 cult classic flick by the same name, which was based on the famous Stephen King novel. In the '76 movie, Sissy Spacek plays the outcast teen-aged girl, abused by her classmates in school and by her mother at home, until she discovers her psychic powers...then all hell breaks loose. It's a classic revenge tale, and the original movie was good enough to earn Spacek an Oscar. Know this: the 2013 version isn't a direct remake of the '76 movie. While it does feel like a loving homage to the older flick, it <more>
actually stays closer to the book in terms of plot, with some modern touches perfectly sprinkled in, allowing Carrie White to feel right at home in 2013. Now know this: This movie is good. Very good. Julianne Moore takes us to a very creepy place as Margaret White, and Chloë Grace Moretz SHINES as Carrie, proving that she's got more up her acting sleeves than Hit-Girl. By the time you get to the end of this movie, even though you know damn well what's going to happen...you WANT the prom to go smoothly. You WANT Carrie to be happy, and you HOPE that none of those terrible things actually happen. You're in Carrie's corner the whole way. And when revenge time comes along, it's done with a purpose. Special effects get dabbed in here and there, but never overdone. Slo-mo makes one scene sooo much more deliciously satisfying... Although I'll say that it feels like there may have been a scene or two that didn't make the final edit, and you can really tell where that scene was...a bit sloppy on that editing there... Carrie does the source material justice. Welcome to our generation, Ms. Carrie White. 4 out of 5 on the BDBOS.
Remake Rather Than Reimaging...But Still GOOD! (by ThomEure)
I have been eagerly awaiting this movie since I heard of the casting of Chloe Grace Moretz. I could totally picture her portraying the character in the style and feel created by Sissy Spacek and followed up by Angela Bettis 2002 TV movie . I knew she would be a worthy successor after seeing the film Let Me In. I was, however, skeptical of the casting of Julianne Moore as the religious fanatic mother of Carrie, Margaret White.After seeing the film twice this weekend, Julianne Moore turned out a creepy performance that should definitely garner her an Academy Award nod. Her portrayal of <more>
Margaret White was an emotional witches brew of fanaticism, insanity, and maternal instinct. For me, it was an unexpected treat.As for Carrie, Chloe Grace Moretz did a fine job. She had big shoes to fill, and her performance does not top that of Sissy Spacek. However, she does hold her own. In all three versions of Carrie, each actress has portrayed Carrie in a different way. Each excelling in making the role their own while maintaining the artistic concept of Carrie herself. Chloe did deliver a chilling performance during the scenes where Carrie is exacting her revenge.As for the movie itself, I would describe it as a remake of the 1976 film sprinkled with some additional elements from the Stephen King novel. It was very well made, and the modernization is appropriate without being too obvious of the change in times, i.e cell phones, the Internet, etc.In closing, Carrie is an extremely competent attempt at remaking a classic. As I say with all remakes, you have to go into it with an open mind and not with the mind set of comparing it to the original. If you do that, you will find Carrie is a good movie.