Carrie Gets R Rating! Comments -


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ddiaz28 9/24/2013 7:13:38 AM

An R rating definitely makes me a little more interested in seeing it.  At least it shows the creators didn't make any compromises to dumb it down to PG 13 and made the movie they wanted to make. 

jackwagon 9/24/2013 11:27:19 AM

What difference does it make whether a film is R or PG-13 nowadays?  Do people not stop to think about just how much a PG-13 can get away with now?  Save a few f-bombs and nudity, what mature subject matter or elements can you find in an R-rated film that you can't find in a PG-13 film?

To further make my point, I bet you can't guess what the following films all had in common:


Drag Me to Hell

The Dark Knight Trilogy

Life of Pi


The Lord of the Rings Trilogy


VermithraxPejorative 9/24/2013 11:44:44 AM

Anything with Chloe Moretz in it is at least a look. She was great in both Kick Ass movies, so I'd be curious to see her in this, though I never was much of a fan of the original or any of the remakes.

swisshammer 9/24/2013 12:39:20 PM

Um... no one would pick on a girl who looks like Chloe Grace Moretz. She's too beautiful. She's a great actress, but in my opinion, that's a miscast.

Not only that, but this looks like an almost shot-for-shot remake.

Not that interested.

thezillaman 9/24/2013 1:56:05 PM

 swisshammer, I thought the same though I am interested in how this gets played out. the girl fromthe movie hanna would have been a good choice also. 

Wyldstaar 9/24/2013 3:49:18 PM

Swisshammer, I would direct you to take up the notion that people don't pick on pretty girls with Amanda Todd, but that would be kinda hard.  She was picked on so mercilessly that she ultimately committed suicide.  Or Elizabeth Nicole Evans, Rebecca Ann Sedwick, Phoebe Prince...

vagabondster 9/24/2013 6:50:24 PM

 Wyldstaar has a point. Just cause you're pretty doesnt mean you dont get bullied. Anyone could be a victim of bullying: smart kids, special needs kids, pretty kids, jocks, band kids. I woulx daresay probably 90% of adults were picked on at some point in their early life. Its how we deal with it that can define us.

alienstatue 9/24/2013 8:29:01 PM

I don't know what you guys are talking about. The teens in the movie are not picking on Chloe Grace Moretz, they're picking on Carrie, you know the girl who doesn't fix her hair, trim her eye brows, and dresses from the 60's? That girl is very different from how we know Chloe really looks outside this movie. I can easily see that girl getting bullied.

therockdltj 9/25/2013 4:16:52 AM

the trailer was awesome so I'm looking forward to it.



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