Sheltered by her extremely religious mother (Julianne Moore), young Carrie White (Chloë Grace Moretz) is a social outcast amongst her peers. But, when classmate and popular hottie Sue Snell (Gabriella Wilde) take pity on Carrie, it seems as though Carrie might actually get to feel a part of the in crowd. Alas, mean girl Chris Hargensen (Portia Doubleday) has other plans of malicious intent. What no one knows though is that Carrie has been developing and training her own Telekinetic powers. With the playing field set, how will Senior prom turn out? carrie Reimagining the classic horror tale of the same name, Director Kimberly Peirce is clearly having fun with the concept, but offers little new to audiences. Meanwhile, one has to hesitate to really call this a horror flick since the scare factor seems relatively low, although creep factor from Moore is on overdrive, yikes. A relatively sluggish first quarter also drags momentum right out of the gates. Still, there’s fun to be had and retribution to be paid back, oh the awkward teenage years, so fraught with hormonal confusion and haze, if only we could all develop the coping skills of telekinesis? Fun for what it is, maybe a matinee? Carrie is rated R.