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Review: Original still overshadows new 'Carrie'

6:24 PM, Oct. 18, 2013
Chloe Grace Moretz isn't the only character who will suffer in 'Carrie.'
Chloe Grace Moretz isn't the only character who will suffer in 'Carrie.'
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When Brian De Palma adapted Stephen King's novel "Carrie" for film in 1976, he turned the simple story of a bullied teenage girl with telekinetic powers into a dreamy pop-horror fantasia - a lush, operatic fright show that grooved on its excesses.

His "Carrie" became so iconic that it remains fresh and vital 37 years later - practically an eternity in Hollywood time - and casts an imposing shadow over the new version by director Kimberly Peirce. Instead of trying to outdo the grandness of the original, Peirce takes a more grounded approach, treating the characters of Carrie White (Chloe Grace ...

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