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Actors: Richard Armitage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeremy Sumpter
Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 975 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Well the acting sure is bad in this film, but there are some funny parts.Very annoying high school romance rubbish. but the two looneys who are like cousins of Jonny Knoxville
make it fun for about 10 minutes. The special effects are brilliant. worth a watch just for the effects.
The last 30 mins of really good effects is worth it. if you can make it past the rubbish script and bad acting.
The acting was far better in the 1996 film Twister and the effects where amazing it that film when it was made.
and still look amazing now. The effects are a slight improvement in 18 years.
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The film opens with two subplots. We see the world\'s worse storm chasers as they haven\'t been able to film a storm in a year. Running out of funds, they have a chance for one last shoot. While everyone is converging on Riverside, our crew heads to Silverton. In Silverton we see the everyday people being interviewed for a 25 year time capsule at graduation time.
This isn\'t too hard to figure out as the goal of the storm chaser is to film the eye of an EF-infinity tornado, but in this case they must also warn the town folks that regular storm shelters are going to be ineffective against what is headed their way.
The storm chasers drive two vehicles. The armor piercing proof Titus which uses gallons per mile...and a blue stretch van that might as well be a target. Much of the film is shown through the annoying hand held camera, a cheap way to build character and make me dislike the film. The storm sequences were done rather well. The heavy bass sound vibrated the floor for an added effect. The storm scenes kept the intensity factor high for a long time. Special effects better than the script and actors.
Worth a view if you don\'t mind watching some home movies too.
If you\'ve seen the trailer,then you will know what to expect as it previews all the best bits & none of the bad,which is pretty much,most scenes of the downright annoying(younger)cast.Honestly,you won\'t really give a crap about any of them & at times,wish the tornadoes would just swallow them up to spare you from their dire acting!
Obviously,the visual effects have moved on since Twister,& these scenes are pretty spectacular & loud,& that\'s basically what it\'s all about really,...the characters just being secondary to the spectacle going on in front of them or getting caught up in it!
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