The Rage: Carrie 2

Synopsis: 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.
Director(s): Katt Shea, Robert Mandel
  1 win & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.6
Metacritic:
42
R
Year:
1999
104 min
494 Views


You... can't...

have...

my daughter.

No!

No! Stay away!

Stay out of here.

Stay out!

She's my daughter!

Stay away!

Stay away!

Stay away!

Stay out!

Mommy.

Mommy, come and play with me

in my room.

Right now, Mommy. Okay?

Hey!

I got an idea!

No! Let go of me!

No! Who will protect her? No!

Let me go!

Rachel! Rachel!

No! I can't leave her!

I have to protect her! Rachel!

Okay, Rachel,

your mama's gotta go somewhere

to rest, so she'll feel better.

Are you okay?

Is your dad around?

I don't have a dad.

Okay, here's what we're gonna do.

We're gonna take you someplace nice,

with a nice family,

until we get this sorted out, okay?

No!

Rachel!

Rachel!

Rachel!

Rachel!

Stop it!

Stop!

Stop it!

Stop it!

Monday morning!

Time to get up and go to work!

But never fear,

the Moneyman is here

to help you through

your Monday morning ordeal with $101...

Sorry, Walt.

- Are you workin' tonight?

- They moved me to the graveyard shift.

Was the dog in the house last night?

He's allowed in the morning.

Daytime's okay, but not at night.

I only let him in this morning.

There's no juice.

We're out of a lot of things.

Rachel, I heard dog noises

when I was trying to sleep.

Walter was not in the house.

That voice!

As long as you're under this roof

you respect us as your parents

and treat us like that.

Sorry.

Take it easy, Boyd.

She might not be with us

much longer.

Your mom's making progress, right?

On her new medication, the Clozaril?

Where are we gonna make up

that 300 bucks a month?

May I be excused?

- Well, hello!

- Oh! She speaks!

Her mouth opens and sounds come out.

She didn't call all weekend.

I figured her voice was gone.

What's wrong?

Foster dad being a pain again?

Yeah.

Why are you so weirdly happy?

Do I look any different?

Do you look any...

Oh, my God! You did it?

Yeah.

Who?

You wouldn't believe me if I told you,

so... I'm bringing him to lunch.

You suck!

Oh, love you, too!

Best blood.

Are... you

ready

to... beat-beat?

B-H-S

will dominate

the rest!

Morning, girls.

How you doin' this morning?

What's goin' on?

Get away from me!

According to these new rules,

how many points do I get

if I do that chick?

The fat one? Six.

I did her last week and you gave me five.

And she's not fat.

I figure if he's got the balls to go in

after you, I'm giving him an extra point.

- Hey, guys.

- Oh, Jesse, Jess, that Tracy girl!

You gotta get all over that girl, man.

Serious.

- She's on my list.

- Definitely fine.

She got an ass stamped BP, baby!

Bulldog property!

Can you develop these at work?

Woof! Woof!

- Total coyote date.

- That's harsh, bro.

It's the truth.

- What's a coyote date?

- You don't know?

That's when you wake up,

some ugly chick sleeping on your arm,

and you'd rather gnaw it off

than wake her up.

God, woman, you come prepared!

Tell me who the special someone is.

All will be revealed in due time.

"Romeo and Juliet",

a tale of star-crossed lovers,

pulled apart by their families,

society, and, some might say, by fate.

Pulled apart by their families,

society, and, some might say, by fate.

Why is it that we are so moved

by love that ends with separation?

What say?

Anyone.

Anyone!

Rachel.

I don't know that I believe in it.

Believe in what?

Love.

Well... then you've got bigger problems

than passing this class.

- Who would love her?

- Yes, Arnold?

"Love is 15 seconds

of squishing noises."

Johnny Rotten.

Know what I'm saying?

Dork! Kill that kid.

Are all love stories tragedies? I mean,

unless they die at the same time

all lovers are eventually

separated by death, right?

Then Romeo and Juliet isn't a tragedy.

They could only be together in death.

Yes!

Very good!

A foul cynic. Most clich.

A true romantic. How refreshing!

Yeah.

Shut up.

Ohh, hello there!

Hey, girls, what's happenin'?

Move out. Thank you.

Oh, Mark Bing wanted me to invite you

to his party Friday night.

- Is Jesse going with anyone?

- I don't think so.

Could you please refrain

from shooting my ass?

Lisa?

Did you see that!

Let's stay back, please!

You better come with me.

A girl just killed herself in the lot.

Stay here.

Best blood.

Oh, my God.

Rachel... come on, back away.

Attention all students.

Report to your homeroom classes.

Report to your homeroom classes.

Oh, man!

Whose car is this?

She was

really happy this morning.

I don't understand why she...

It's okay.

Let it out.

No.

I don't cry.

Miss Snell, please report

to the principal's office.

I have to go.

Rachel, stay here, okay?

I'll be back as soon as I can.

One of our students died today.

We will observe at exactly 1pm

a moment of silence.

- Lisa Parker may be gone

- Hand me the scorebook.

But she will not be forgotten

by her friends.

She will not be forgotten

by her fellow students.

She will not be forgotten

by her teachers

or by her school.

Her parents are gonna want all this.

Oh, my.

That girl Lisa, right?

That girl Lisa, right?

Yeah.

I was supposed to have lunch

with her today.

Yeah?

You guys thought she was sh*t, right?

Don't look at me like this.

You thought she was sh*t.

What did you do?

Nothing. I didn't do anything.

It's just Lisa was acting all happy,

you know, like we were going steady.

I had to break the news to her

that she was just a pump.

You know, a nut.

She didn't mean anything to me.

I guess she couldn't handle it.

Is that your brilliant attempt to fix it?

That's good.

You need all the points you can get.

I don't know why you're erasing them.

That's cold, man.

On Friday the King's University scout

is coming to the game.

If all this gets out... Sex and suicide?

Come on, man.

Catholic schools frown on that sh*t.

If I don't get into a good school,

my dad's gonna kill me.

But nobody's gonna find out.

Lisa took a picture of us last night.

What if her parents ask questions?

That's a problem.

Oh... sh*t!

I'll handle it. I'll take care of it.

How?

Relax, man. Come on.

Come on.

- Sorry. Didn't mean to scare you.

- It's all right.

You're Rachel, right?

Yeah. Yeah.

I'm Jesse. English?

Right. The true romantic?

- Yeah.

- Rachel, listen. That Lisa girl?

She had pictures that have

what you might call sentimental value.

I figured 20 bucks ought to cover it.

No.

What do you want, 30?

They're not your pictures, all right?

It's not like she's gonna

pick 'em up, is it?

Cut it out, man.

Rachel, I'll tell you what.

I'll swing by when you get off work,

take you out for a little cruise.

Come on. I don't bite.

Unless you want me to.

I don't think so.

Why not?

Because I'm a dyke.

That's funny.

- Don't laugh, man.

- Just drive.

Hey!

How you doin' tonight?

"For a moment I thought

someone was actually seeing me

but it was all a lie."

"Eric lied when he said I was special,

and I was lying to myself."

"I believed him."

Rachel, is there anything in there

that strikes a chord for you?

Do you know what Lisa was referring to?

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