Carrie: Widescreen; The rage: Carrie 2: Widescreen/Full screen; Carrie (2002): Full screen. [Santa Monica, CA] : Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; Beverly Hills, CA : Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 
3 videodiscs (approximately 98, 105, 132 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Carrie: Sissy Spacek, John Travolta, Piper Laurie
The rage: Carrie 2: Emily Bergl, Jason London, Dylan Bruno, J. Smith-Cameron, Zachery Ty Bryan
Carrie (2002): Angela Bettis, Patricia Clarkson, Rena Sofer, Kandyse McClure, Emilie de Ravin, Tobias Mehler, Jesse Cadotte, David Keith
Carrie: Redbank Films ; producers, Brian De Palma, Paul Monash ; writer, Lawrence D. Cohen ; director, Brian De Palma
The rage: Carrie 2: United Artists Pictures presents a Red Bank Films production ; produced by Paul Monash ; written by Rafael Moreau ; directed by Katt Shea
Carrie (2002): Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; producer, David Livingston ; teleplay writer, Bryan Fuller ; director, David Carson
Carrie: "Carrie White is a shy young girl who doesn't make friends easily. After her classmates taunt her about her horrified reaction to her totally unexpected first period one of them takes pity on her and gets Tommy Ross, her boyfriend and class hunk, to invite Carrie to the senior prom. Meanwhile another girl who has been banned from the prom for her continued aggressive behaviour is not as forgiving and plans a trick to embarrass Carrie in front of the whole school. What she doesn't realise is that Carrie is ... gifted, and you really don't want to get her angry"--Internet Movie Database.
The rage: Carrie 2: Based on characters created by Stephen King. 520 Rachel (Bergl) is just another high school misfit who wants to survive her senior year without embarrassment. Unfortunately, she gets caught in the middle of a scandal when a prank, orchestrated by a group of over-sexed jocks, turns deadly. The jocks target Rachel for squealing, hatching a devious scheme to publicly humiliate her. But, messing with Rachel is worse than playing with fire-- when her temper is aroused it triggers a powder-keg of anger that unleashes special powers that can turn a fun-house into a mad-house inferno!
Carrie (2002): Carrie White, has a shy and awkward demeanor, obscured by the fact that she is "gifted" with awesome telekinetic powers. As part of a cruel and vicious student prank, Carrie's better-looking and more socially savvy classmates arrange for her to be elected prom queen. Once she is crowned, Carrie unleashed a terror that includes burning down most of the school and all but 11 students attending the prom that night.
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