Carrie – Tv Version Rating, Synopsis, Review
Carrie – Tv Version (2002)
Carrie is a 2002 American supernatural horror television film based on the novel, did not capture modern bullying. However, film critics like The Hollywood Reporter found the 2002 version to be more faithful to the original novel. Here we will introduce the details of Carrie – Tv Version Rating, Synopsis, Review.
Release Date: 2002
Genre: Supernatural Power
Director: David Carson
Screenwriter: Bryan Fuller, Stephen King
Carrie – Tv Version Rating, Synopsis, Review:
- Ryan = 6.5 / 10;
- Jo= 6 / 10;
A young girl discovers that she has telekinetic power. Being bullied at school, she finally decided that things must change as she gets invited to the prom night…
This TV adaption of Brian De Palma’s masterpiece Carrie is a surprisingly good one. In the same way that Sissy Spacek made the original film unforgettable, Angela Bettis (May, The Woman, Toolbox Murders, Sick Girl, etc.) plays here a wonderful Carrie. As in “May” or “Sick Girl”, Angela is just perfectly suited to the role of the psycho young woman.
This TV adaptation sticks to the original but allows itself a little freedom, like the fact that the story is told through a police interrogation. Being a TV, it is far from perfect, but it has a bad-ass final scene nevertheless. Seeing some modern special effects, even if they are not memorable, also brings an appreciated touch of modernism to it. Overall, I was conquered, and I would recommend it to all those who enjoyed the original.