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Carrie

English  |  Horror & Suspense
Stories about mysterious telekinetic abilities were extremely popular in 70s. That’s way Steven King’s book Carrie was adopted as movie just in 2 years after the novel was written. In 2013 Carrie returns on big screens thanks to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Screen Gems - both invested around 75 millions USD in this reincarnation of the film. Now Carrie features lots of stunning CGI effects that makes telekinetic tricks much more spectacular than 70’s adaptation. What makes this movie special besides awesome explosions and incredibly realistic bloodbaths? The perfectly combined ensemble cast: just imagine a magnificent star of (500) Days of Summer, Chloë Grace Moretz as Carrie White in terrifying action scenes where telekinetic powers tearing apart all the stuff around and everting human bodies. Although, Lindsey Lohan was initially promoted for this role, finally Moretz was confirmed by director Kimberly Peirce. Chloe’s mother Margaret White is played by Julianne Moore an Emme-awarded actress whose filmography includes but not limited by such masterpieces as Chloe, The Kids Are All Right, A Single Man, Shelter and Next. As for the plot, Peirce‘s Carrie is loosely built on the novel storyline with some exceptions which caused King’s sarcastic remark "The real question is why, when the original was so good?" Carrie White is a lonesome, shy girl living in suburban house with her religious mother Margaret. Chloe’s only friend Sue Snell (persuasively depicted by gorgeous Gabriella Wilde) decides to help Chloe to override her lone status by asking a local dreamboat, Tommy Ross (Sue’s boyfriend, by the way) to invite Carrie to prom. Unfortunate prank turns out to be a catastrophic disaster for all those present at prom and for the entire town when Carrie unleashes her powers in devastating act of desperation.
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