When you're of a certain age and you hear a movie is being made of either one of you favorite classic TV shows or one of your favorite classic movies, you think one of two things – “This is going to suck” or “This is going to be awesome!” When you finally begin to see teasers and trailers that just hint at the movie's awesomeness, you set yourself some impossibly high expectations for what the full movie will be.
Why do filmmakers insist on remaking good movies when there are so many more bad movies worthy of their attention? Brian De Palma’s 1976 version of Carrie remains a classic to this day. The first of Stephen King’s novels to be adapted to the big screen, Carrie earned Oscar nominations for actresses Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie.
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