With the exception of sensitive Jesse played by Jason London , the entire football team is obsessed with seducing every virgin at the school. She becomes hysterical and makes stones rain from the sky to crush the house. Christian Bale had his heart set on the role of narcissistic Wall Street homicidal maniac Patrick Bateman, but Lionsgate wanted Leonardo DiCaprio. Chris storms out, vowing revenge. The Rage: Carrie 2 uses this real world event as the driving force towards building its villains. The event was followed by a panel session with several members of the cast and crew. A lot of studios were considering it, so I called around to some of the people I knew and said it was a terrific book and I'm very interested in doing it.
The spiteful Chris Hargensen videotapes Carrie with her cellphone and posts it on the Internet. Lisa, devastated by the truth, throws herself off the top of the school killing herself. Thunderously overwhrought pile of Grand Guignol horror film and full of guts , gore , and bloodstained mayhem. As this is happening, Sue notices the rope and bucket, and tries to tell Miss Collins, who thinks Sue is troublemaking and pushes her out the door. » Carrie White Chloë Grace Moretz is a shy , withdrawn and unpopular 17 year old who doesn't make friends easily and is slowly pushed to the edge of insanity by frequent bullying from both her classmate. Another touch Harron brought to the film, and one of several reasons this movie is appreciated by women as well as men, is the way she flips the male gaze, even as she explores a male-centric narrative. Suddenly, stones begin to rain only on the White household.
Treveiler, Jason London, William Katt, Steven Ford, Rhoda Griffis Directed by Katt Shea, Robert Mandel Synopsis: A horrible massacre strikes up after an outcast teenage girl is taunted by a group of high school jocks, all of them unaware of her cutthroat telekinetic powers. Peirce only glancingly lets her heroine have a mild discovery-of-powers moment that feels ''-ish. After the talk, Margaret stabs Carrie in the back with a knife. Other versions about this famous story based on Stephen King novel are the following ones : The classic and the best , including one of the great shocks of cinema by Brian De Palma , 1976, with Sissy Spacek , Piper Laurie , John Travolta , William Katt , Amy Irving , Nancy Allen , P. As the gym burns, Carrie calmly walks out and mentally locks the remaining students inside. She concocts a plan for her friend Norma to rig the election for Prom Queen so that Carrie wins.
It stars Chloë Grace Moretz who gives anguished as well as sensitive acting similar to Sissy Spacek. The film's prom scene has had a major influence on popular culture and has been discussed, analysed and parodied numerous times and was ranked 8th on 's 2004. Miss Collins encourages Carrie to accept his offer. Night of the Living Dead 3. This is the first screen adaptation where Carrie is played by an actual teenager.
Suddenly, a bloodied hand bursts from her vagina and grabs Sue by the arm, causing her to scream. It also features death by shattered lenses and I have to admit that this myopic reviewer always cringes whenever she sees that scene. Carrie protects Sue and throws her out of the house to safety as the house collapses and sinks, apparently killing Carrie as well. Meantime, another girl who has been banned from the prom for her continued aggressive behavior is not as forgiving and plans a prank to embarrass Carrie in front of the whole school. She unleashes telekinetic fury upon the crowd, guilty and innocent alike.
Chris pulls the rope and Carrie is drenched with blood. Early in the 21st century, playwright Erik Jackson attempted to secure the rights to stage another production of the musical, but his request was rejected. Immerse yourself in this movie. The opening scene was filmed as planned, though on celluloid, the tiny pebbles looked like rain water. Chloë Grace Moretz was 15 during filming, whereas Sissy Spacek and Angela Bettis, who played the role in Carrie 1976 and Carrie 2002 respectively, were 26 and 28 when they played Carrie.
As she comforts Carrie, Margaret stabs her in the back and chases her with a knife. A few weeks into production, director Robert Mandel The Haunted, 1991 left the project due to creative differences. Add to Watchlist You need to or to add this movie to your horror watchlist. Release The original release date was March 15, 2013, but in early January 2013 the release date was moved to October 18, 2013. De Palma was intrigued by the story and pushed for the studio to direct it while Spacek was encouraged by her husband to audition. Longtime bully Chris Hargensen records the event on her and uploads it to. Enraged, Carrie takes her revenge with her telekinesis, killing nearly all of the students and staff, but spares Desjardin.
Join Joe and Trace as they take a deep dive into the troubled production of this much-maligned sequel. Like a lot of filmgoers and horror fans that have been burned by so many bad sequels to classic movies that, as soon as I see a number in a title, warning flags go up. Paxton stars as widowed blue-collar worker whose two young sons are witness to his gruesome serial slayings, which he says an angel of God commands him to commit. A wraparound segment at the beginning and end of the film was scripted and filmed, which featured the Whites' home being pummeled by stones that hailed from the sky. Amy Irving reprises her role of Sue Snell from the previous film.
Carrie is really harassed by her demented, Christian-fundamentalist fanatic mother, Margaret Julianne Moore. The film updated the events of the story to modern-day settings and technology while simultaneously attempting to be more faithful to the book's original structure, storyline, and specific events. She directed two actors in Oscar nominated performances: Hilary Swank and Chloë Sevigny. She asks her handsome and popular boyfriend, Tommy Ross, to invite Carrie to prom. It's gonna be real interesting. Years later, her daughter , a shy, unassertive girl, nears her graduation from Ewen High School in.