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  • The animators outdid themselves in this movie, I was truly impressed with it

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Twister, directed by Jan De Bont is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for intense depiction of very bad weather. The original release date was May 10, 1996 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Adventure/Drama/Thriller and stars Helen Hunt as Dr. Jo Harding, Bill Paxton as Bill Harding, Cary Elwes as

      Dr. Jonas Miller, Jami Gertz as Dr. Melissa Reeves and Philip Seymour Hoffman as Dustin Davis.

      Storm chasers search for the perfect storm to test their theories while combating a nasty period in their lives as they are on the verge of a divource.

      This movie has nothing much to do with anything else apart from the nature of the storms ...


      • they find so much joy in chasing. They are all respected doctors in theor field of research and also a couple of addicted storm chasers.

        They have a theory that would allow them to look inside a tornado to view is structure and hopefully devise a solution to combat these fources of nature once they can gather enough releveant data

        to back up their guesses.

        But the whole grasp of this movie lies in the storms themselves. The animators outdid themselves in this movie, I was truly impressed with it. The action sequences are out of this world and it makes the movie so enjoyable. The plot was weak but it made up on that with action and CGI. Well done.




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