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The Rage: Carrie 2 (1999)

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A horrible massacre strikes up after an outcast teenage girl is taunted by a group of high school jocks, all of them unaware of her cutthroat telekinetic powers.

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Katt Shea, Robert Mandel (uncredited)

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Stephen King (characters), Rafael Moreu
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Emily Bergl ... Rachel Lang
Jason London ... Jesse Ryan
Dylan Bruno ... Mark
J. Smith-Cameron ... Barbara Lang
Amy Irving ... Sue Snell
Zachery Ty Bryan ... Eric
John Doe ... Boyd
Gordon Clapp ... Eric's Father
Rachel Blanchard ... Monica
Charlotte Ayanna ... Tracy
Justin Urich ... Brad Winters
Mena Suvari ... Lisa
Eli Craig ... Chuck (as Elijah Craig)
Eddie Kaye Thomas ... Arnie
Clint Jordan ... Sheriff Kelton
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Storyline

After the suicide of her only friend, Rachel Lang has never felt more on the outside. The one person who reached out to her, Jessie Ryan, also happens to be part of the popular crowd that lives to torment outsiders like her. However, Rachel has something else that separates her from the rest, secret amazing powers to move things with her mind. Sue Snell, the only survivor of Carrie White's rampage 23 years ago, may hold the key to helping Rachel come to terms with her awesome, but unwanted powers. But as Rachel slowly learns to trust, a terrible trap is being laid for her, and making her angry could prove to be deadly. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Don't cross her... It could be deadly. See more »


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Rated R for strong graphic horror violence and gore, brief strong sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Carrie 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Charlotte, North Carolina, USA See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$21,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$7,065,123, 14 March 1999, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$17,762,705

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$20,162,705
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1.85 : 1
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Sissy Spacek was offered a cameo in this sequel to Carrie (1976) which she turned down. However, she did give Katt Shea permission to use some of her scenes from Carrie (1976) for flashbacks. See more »

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Jesse has a burn on his right arm and hand from the battle at the end of the movie. When he is sitting at his desk, the burn completely covers his right hand, when Rachel walks in, the burn stops at his wrist, and his hand is fine, but then when he wakes up, the burn on his hand is back. See more »

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Sequels Are All "THE RAGE" - Not Such Good News For CARRIE...
17 August 2008 | by cchaseSee all my reviews

The title more aptly describes the seething audiences who should've stormed the United Artists offices at the time of its release, and demanded the heads of everyone involved with the making of this highly unnecessary sequel, starting with late producer Paul Monash, who brought us the original and should've known better.

When Lisa (AMERICAN BEAUTY ingénue Mena Suvari) is set up and dumped by a "Spur Posse"- like club of jocks form Bates High School's football team, she kills herself as a result of the humiliation (or maybe she was smart enough to bail out early after reading the script!)

Goth-influenced BFF Rachel (Emily Bergl) investigates, falling for one of the more ethical members of the group (Jason London). Why we should care about any of this is revealed by school guidance counselor Sue Snell (a jittery Amy Irving reprising her role from the original, and collecting a quick payday to boot), who discovers that Rachel is...wait for it...the 'half- sister' of Carrie White. Yep, a blood relative of the girl who telekinetically whipped up the infamous Prom Night Massacre at the old, burned-site of Bates High School's original campus. Which, if you remember, left poor Sue as the sole survivor of the fried student body. (And I don't mean 'fried' as in one Jello-shot too many.)

Her constant flashbacks to that fateful night, (using clips from the Brian de Palma classic) not only serve to undermine a sequel that's already in the toilet from jump street, but provide painful reminders that we've seen this all done before, and much, MUCH better.

Gore fans may be able to hold out for the obligatory "Party From Hell" sequence at the climax, but even with its spectacular blood-and-brains denouement, THE RAGE still can't hold a candle (or a flamethrower) to CARRIE'S creepy prom.

No contest here, folks. "Dance with the one that brung ya" and stick to the original.


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