Carrie (2013) Full Movie

Carrie
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Carrie (2013) : 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.

Title Carrie (2013)
Release Date Oct 16, 2013
Genres ,
Production Company Misher Films, Screen Gems, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore, Gabriella Wilde, Judy Greer, Portia Doubleday, Ansel Elgort, Alex Russell, Zoë Belkin, Samantha Weinstein, Karissa Strain, Katie Strain
Plot Keywords based on novel or book, telekinesis, high school, remake, revenge, murder, prank, prom, religion, teenager, explosion, humiliation, woman director
Carrie White
Carrie White
Chloë Grace Moretz
Margaret White
Margaret White
Julianne Moore
Sue Snell
Sue Snell
Gabriella Wilde
Miss Desjardin
Miss Desjardin
Judy Greer
Chris Hargensen
Chris Hargensen
Portia Doubleday
Tommy Ross
Tommy Ross
Ansel Elgort
Billy Nolan
Billy Nolan
Alex Russell
Tina Blake
Tina Blake
Zoë Belkin
Heather
Heather
Samantha Weinstein
Nicki Watson
Nicki Watson
Karissa Strain
Lizzy Watson
Lizzy Watson
Katie Strain
George Dawson
George Dawson
Demetrius Joyette
Principal Henry Morton
Principal Henry Morton
Barry Shabaka Henley
Miss Helen Finch
Miss Helen Finch
Arlene Mazerolle
Greg Delois
Greg Delois
Evan Gilchrist
Harry Trenant
Harry Trenant
Eddie Max Huband
Neighborhood Kid
Neighborhood Kid
Tyler Rushton
Freddy 'Beak' Holt
Freddy 'Beak' Holt
Connor Price
Mr. Ulmann
Mr. Ulmann
Jefferson Brown
Eleanor Snell
Eleanor Snell
Cynthia Preston
Ernie Peterson
Ernie Peterson
Philip Nozuka
Kenny
Kenny
Kyle Mac
Erika
Erika
Mouna Traoré
Jackie Talbott
Jackie Talbott
Max Topplin
Dr. Dean L. McDuffy
Dr. Dean L. McDuffy
Christopher Britton
Head Commissioner
Head Commissioner
Derek McGrath
Estelle Parsons  (uncredited)
Estelle Parsons (uncredited)
Michelle Nolden

Reviews

  • moviereviews

    In this remake of the 1976 cult horror classic, Director Kimberly Peirce tactfully repaints the repressed and bullied and telekinetic Carrie (Chloe Grace Moretz) exacts revenge upon her fellow prom-nighters. Julianne Moore seizes the day as Carrie's fundamentalist and demonically cruel mother http://www.ihavenet.com/movies/Carrie-Movie-Review---Chloe-Moretz-and-Julianne-Moore.html

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    It was a loooong time since I watched the original Carrie movie. I was never a real fan of the original. I thought it took too long to get going and the ending was too tragic. But then, I was rather young when I watched it. Yesterday I sat down and watched the remake. I have to say that I found it surprisingly good. Sure, the actual story of the movie with the poor girl being bullied by these school assholes, or in particular one asshole, cannot be said to be a story that really appeals to me. It is a rather depressing and frustrating story to say the least. It is a movie that, I myself at least, watched for the outbreaks of telekinetic special effects. Having said that, I think that both Chloë Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore made commendable performances. Especially Julianne Moore who really made me riled up and squirm from frustration in my seat when she got started with her insane religious nonsense. A remake is of course always at somewhat of a disadvantage in that you already know the general story and thus pretty much know what is going to happen. Thus I liked that they had splattered outbursts of telekinetic powers (= special effects) fairly liberally also in the early parts of the movie. I do not remember that Carrie was showing very much of her powers until the very end in the original. For me this made the movie more interesting to watch as it would have been both boring and frustrating if it had been nothing more than the bullies, and Carrie’s crazy mother, harassing Carrie until the very end. The end, well I still think it is a rather sad one. I would have been much happier if Carrie would have gotten her revenge and somehow survived but then, that would have been too much of not-following-the-book instead so I guess I have to live with the depressing ending. On the whole I am positively surprised by the movie. It is a remake that adds modern flavor and special effects without destroying the general look and feel of the original.