Emily Bergl plays as Rachel Lang, a young telekinetic teen that is tormented by her peers. After attempting to control her powers, she is pushed to the edge by a group of cruel jocks that set her up for embarrassment. This long-delayed sequel is a hip new update with a glossy appearance that was made to appeal to the younger teen audiences in the post-SCREAM era. It is filled with familiar faces from many popular television series, with the welcome addition of Amy Irving reprising her role as Sue Snell (now the school councilor). Bergl and Irving offer up a pair of decent performances in an otherwise bland teen drama that would have been much better suited for prime time rather than the big screen. There is little thought or care put into the development of the plot, as it all dispensable filler used to eat up time until the bitter end. THE RAGE takes no risks, and only provides a teen-friendly rehash of the events from the first film with just a splash of blood.