This typical horror film of (Chloe Grace Moretz) Carrie White is a visualization of her booming acting and performance. The movie tells a story of an introvert girl that is being exiled by her group mates and being abused by her intensely psychotic spiritual mother (Julianne Moore). She was gifted with a psychic power which she has developed after her first menstruation and gone out of control after being pressed too far on her junior-senior prom. This is based on Stephen King top selling tale. This movie is directed by Kimberly Peirce and a screenplay by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.
DePalma’s direction is something that we can consider disgraceful. The presentation and the recital of Sissy Spacek as the playful label character and Piper Laurie as the insane mother seems to be over acted. On the other hand, Chloe Grace Moretz shows her anxiousness in the early part of the movie but she managed to cuddle it with all her heart when she discovered her abilities in the movie and gives a wildly bloody crescendo (Besides, Moretz create her name as the little strong Hit Girl in the “Kick Ass movie, but here, she makes the peak of the film into something similar to a performing artist.) On the other hand, Julianne Moore seems to be more frightening, but Laurie was absolutely showing the evil spirit power of her rage. Not to mention that these two wonderful ladies are one of those flexible and talented actresses of their time. The viewers will be truly satisfied with their acting and the movie really stimulated the followers of the old version about four decades ago.
This is the essence of a useless remake movie. There is no way that a remake film will be a lot better than the original film, or even if they used a component that might have been ignored, or not discovered from Stephen King’s source of data. The film is not a remake of every shot from the original movie, but in their effort to be realistic to the subject matter and theme of the film, no part of the movie is shown without any style. If you are expecting any revelation and other scary scene in the film, sorry to tell you, but it does not have that thing. The makers of the film believed that the viewers of the movie will not be aware of its plot or its hugely noisy ending.
The great catch
The slip- up of Carrie 2013 is that De Palma’s explanation of Carrie is supposed to be a sad figure, but the attitude’s film to her is ill-defined. The movie does not show Carrie’s vengeance. As a matter of fact, the death of the enemy is very concise, cruel rupture disagrees with the viewer approval that might have resulted from a continued argument. Pierce, working with Lawrence Cohen and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, wants the audience to recognize Carrie. Pierce spends a lot of her time rather than De Palma making Carrie’s quality more considerate. When it comes to the prom scenes, she wants us to observe Carrie’s aggression.