Carrie (2013) Movie Review | Carrie film Rating, Storyline & Star Cast

Carrie (2013) Movie Review | Carrie film Rating, Storyline & Star Cast

This always such a peaceful town ‘Carrie’ is back in 2013. To keep up with the times, she has to do more than burn everyone in a high school prom alive. It is a new screen interpretation of the novel, which explores what happens to a teenager.

Chloe Moretz is all grown up and shedding her hit roots for a little paranormal hijinks in Kimberly pierce’s remakes of Carrie , based on the Stephen King about a very deadly teenager with very deadly powers. Julisnce Moore is her mother, which isn’t all too happy that her daughter has a male suitor and his going to the prom.


Hollywood is constantly dipping into ideas, so director has decided to show brilliant portrayed of the movie. The movie seems to be interested for the awaiting horror movies lover. The movie is quite attractive for the watchers due to its concept and theme. The movie reveals show big range of success at this time, as the movie is biggest hit that year.
The installment of the movie shows the girl, having powers constantly hands of her religious mother.

Story line:
Carrie is a lonely and awkward teen is constantly bullied at school by her peers, and beaten at home at the hands of her religious mother. But Carrie has a secret; she’s been blessed with the terrifying power. So she takes the whole town. Street blocks are on fire. Carrie stands in the middle of it are some say it was her terrifying mother. The classical horror tale about Carrie white, a shy girl out cast 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. Based on the bestselling novel by Stephen king.

The logic behind remaking Carrie is that the world of  High School has changed a whole lot in the 37 years since De Palma’s film adaptation, Besides that, the preview for Carrie highlights the film’s spectacle and intense atmosphere but there’s little to suggest the film is an unnerving and terrifying as its cast keeps saying in the feature. In all fairness, this could just be more the fault of the marketing angle and so much. The story for King’s first published novel revolves around Carrie White, an introvert and ungainly high school teenager who’s kept her anger and frustration bottled inside, despite being constantly mocked by her peers.

Star cast:
Chloe Grace Mortez
Judy Geer, Poria
Doubleday Alex Russell
Gabriella Wilde, Ansell
Elgort , Julianne Moore

The movie is directed by Kimberly Peirce, directing the movie in very theatrically way.

Screen writer: Screen Gems (Sony)

Ratings: 6.8/10

Release Date:
The Carrie teaser trailer premiered during New York Comic Con 2012, but its thunder at the Con was immediately stolen thereafter by the debut of footage from the Evil Dead remake. Since then, director has been postponed until an October 2013 release date.
The movie will come out in October 18, 2013 and it will be a grand release for the watchers.

Box Office Predictions:
Hollywood unoriginal tendencies, Boys Don’t Cry director Kimberly Pierce brings her tough girl coda to remaking this Brain he Palma horror classic with star Grace Mortez filling Sissy Spacek’s porm dress as the unpopular girl with underlying powers that tricked by the popular crowd and provokes their revenge. If Carrie was ripe enough for a modern remake, but expect horror fans to give it a shot, especially in this calendar year where horror is hot again. In a Non horror year, it would not as double digit number, but the genre is on a comeback.

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