Based on the Stephen Royal novella, this is a made-as a replacement for-TV remake of the 1976 masterpiece aversion flick about an misused, brown chick with telekinetic powers. Carrie Milk-white, whose inimitable powers are showcased early on, is an introspective adolescent whose religiously fiend mama, Margaret, raises her in an almost heinous behaviour. Memoirs is worse at disciples: Her vicious classmates constantly torment her at every mutiny. Things escalate when Carrie freaks doused in gym discernment when she has her first stretch, resulting in her classmates pulling an act that crosses the lines of heinousness. Carrie's teachers obtrude up for her, banning instigator Chris Hargenson from the State school prom. One of the tangled girls feels sorry for her actions by site her boyfrie... nd up as Carrie's prom date. But Chris raises the stakes around hatching a machination with her boyfriend to humiliate Carrie at the prom. The whole kit goes according to map out ... that is, except for Carrie's reaction. And it's a reciprocation that has everyone regretting that they ever wrongly passed Carrie's path.
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