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Plot: In the span of a single day, the town of Silverton is ravaged by an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes. The entire town is at the mercy of the erratic and deadly cyclones, even as storm trackers predict the worst is yet to come. Most people seek shelter, while others run towards the vortex,… Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 08 Aug 2014
Scary, Awesome, Realistic Natural Disaster Movie (by nymphy1983)
I will have to admit, this movie scared the hell out of me. I have not been able to say that in many, many years. It was an awesome, frightening, very realistic movie.Need to add, there were some points where I nearly cried as well, when things got really bad.A couple of the scenes where very heartfelt, and a single, hasty choice turned into the memory of a lifetime.Completely unexpected events take place, things you never would have thought up. Strangers brought together, and a happy ending where I thought there would be a tragedy.I will mention that I have not gotten scared by a movie in <more>
most of my life, but this movie scared the living Hades out of me, and I was so glad my bf was there because I got to snuggle close and hold on to him. I did not expect the movie to be so intense, and life-like, but you will never know until you see it, how realistic it is.
Must see without listening to who says what!!! Transformers look like cheap animation with dumb jokes comparing to this movie. (by zelenskii)
First of all, there will be always people, who will find fails or dislikes in ANY movie out there and criticize every minute of it. NEVER LISTEN TO THEM! This movie is about unreal power of nature. Most of the movie is just amazing footage of tornadoes hitting the land and destroying everything around and leaving nothing behind. I've seen most animated overrated movies with "toilet" humor, but you will want to have THIS movie on DVD ready when your friends are over.Romantic story is present, but not as developed and strong as in "Titanic" ;- . However, that's the <more>
only part I would change a little bit here and there to make it perfect in any way. Go see it yourself, 20$ well spent. Liked it even better than the last Transformers by the way.
One of the best movies you will see of the year (by jaemiewaters)
Into the storm is one of the best movies you will see of the year. It was action packed throughout the movie. It was a hard movie to watch at some points. It maybe a little scary for some younger viewers. At first it was boring but then it picked up and became one of the best movies I seen of the year so far. It should have been in IMAX because it was so big and it should have been in 3D. Nathan Kress from ICarly was in this movie and he was great. You will really enjoy this non stop action. I hope you enjoy it because it was a really good movie. I do want to say it is pretty violent for a <more>
PG-13 rated movie so to all of the parents out there read it and make sure it is a movie that you want your kids to see because it is scary.
Great effects and acting that kept the audience on the edge of their seats. (by nicolechan916)
The effects in this film were phenomenal. I'm guessing this isn't really based on a true story as I have not heard of these types of tornadoes forming before, however it looked really realistic and props to the editing team who made the effects. Also, the use of on site cameras which showed the point of view from the characters was a good addition. It created an authentic feel form the movie. The acting was also impressive. Donnie and Kaitlyn Alycia Debnam Carey were trapped together and the emotions they displayed were really touching and had a connection with the audience. <more>
Armitage and Callies also played their characters well as single parents worried about their children. I am quite glad that the film did not show them ending up together. Although it was a time of crisis, it felt a bit too cliché and I cringed because I thought they would end up together. The addition of Donk Kyle Davis and Reevis Jon Reep was, I think, unnecessary. They were just a bunch of jokers who managed to get close to the tornadoes with no sense of safety and kept rambling on about how they would become famous youtubers. I guess the film makers wanted a comedic element added, but this was a pretty serious topic and it just did not really feel like it fit.
Very intense film with many aspects (by thedukeof90)
Very intriguing movie that I didn't know what to expect of when walking in. Was almost a mix between documentary and feature film. The graphics are incredible, the story is compelling, and very emotional. Will definitely be adding this one to my DVD purchase list. The direction is wonderful too- the camera angles, the pace of the film, as well as the acting. I had my jaw dropped at many points of this movie and there is some wonderful comic relief throughout. Definitely for fans of Twister and those who enjoy an action film packed with a storyline that is compelling emotionally. After <more>
leaving, I felt more aware of the recent natural disasters that have plagued the world- and almost feel it was a point for the filmmakers. This film puts you in a first-person perspective of what a storm of this nature is like, as well as the lives it affects. Anyone can see a news report and think how terrible it must be- but films like this really put it into a personal perspective.
I was very entertained by this, I felt that disaster movies where getting played out. But I kept an open mind going into this, it's basically Twister mixed found footage. I think it showed the realism of what it would the horror of a tornado.The characters do feel real, you'll forget there actors, and feel like reel ordinary people, you will feel the situations they get themselves into. The acting is top notch, so are the effects. I was on the edge of my seat. For those out there who don't like disaster movies, you'll probably won't like this, but for those who do, please <more>
check this out. I thought the point of view from a video camera was kind of joy.
There are bad movies that are just intolerable to sit through. And then there's "Into the Storm".Jan de Bont's 1996 "Twister" came into cinemas like – and excuse the pun – a blast of fresh air. Whilst "Into the Storm" is not exactly a remake there are no cows present at all for example! , it shares many of the key characteristics that made Twister such a fun popcorn movie: a truly terrible script, some pretty awful acting in places, a predictable plot, and the occasional mind-bogglingly improbable scene, but all redeemed by some slam-dunk fantastic <more>
visual effects.Firstly, the script. Sneak a shot glass and a flask into the cinema and play the new drinking game: a shot for every time anyone says "Are you alright?". You'll be legless before the first hour is up.Secondly the acting. This is a cast where the most well-known faces are Richard Armitage Thorin in the Hobbit films and Matt Walsh Mike McLintock in the excellent "Veep" . And I don't like to be harsh on a young cast of actors in the early dawn of their careers, but let's say that some of the cast were probably cast more for their looks than their acting talent. I also struggled with Armitage's single dad/school principal character who in certain scenes particularly one in the front of the stormchaser's van looks the spitting image of Leslie Nielsen's Dr Rumack from "Airplane". I almost expected him to go off into that character at any moment – – "No, the school won't be safe. And don't call me Shirley".One of the youngsters that I think did make an impact was Nathan Kress in his movie debut as the younger son Trey.The predictable plot. No spoilers, but there's a small town and lots of tornadoes: "bigger than any storm that's ever been" since "Twister" anyway . The plot, as it is, centres around a failing documentary film crew trying to capture good footage before the tornado season is up: with backer's funding drying up, the pressure is on. Walsh plays the hard-pressed producer/director sparking off the Helen Hunt character Allison, played by the fetching Sarah Wayne Callies, a data-besotted scientist for who, it seems, science only works for when good luck is in her favour. Aside from the film crew, the remainder of the cast are the residents and schoolkids of the backwater Oklahoma town of Silverton, with the usual disaster movie will they/won't they die tensions as the tornadoes wreak their havoc. Humour is injected through a couple of rednecks intent on making their fortune through Jackass-style video clips on Youtube.The improbable scenes. Again no spoilers, but one of the characters meets an end that is massively improbable, poetic, beautifully shot and ironic . but also snort-worthily funny. And why suddenly does sleepy old Silverton suddenly reveal itself to have a MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT with dozens of Jumbo jets waiting to be lifted into the skies? Whilst a memorable special effects scene, it makes absolutely no sense at all. It's almost as if the filmmakers got to the end of the film and found a million dollars of contingency funding they hadn't used: "What can we do with this? Oh, I know!". Bizarre.And those effects! This is no "Sharknado"! The special effects are all top notch, including a spectacular scene where a twister gobbles up a petrol station and all of its burning fuel which is a masterclass in CGI. I have no idea where you would even start in developing that.The director is James Cameron protégé Steven Quale 2nd unit on "Avatar" and "Titanic" and director of the passable "Final Destination V" . And all in all, I think he does a pretty good job. The film is massively helped by a sensible 90 minute running time, which is all the light plot could really sustain anyway. And it is a good decision to adopt in part a "Cloverfield" type of video blog format part documentary footage; part high school 'video time capsule' interviews that holds the interest well.So, in summary, this is a terribly good bad film and well deserving of your summer popcorn money. Just about everyone came out of the cinema with a silly grin on their face. Nuff said. If you enjoyed this review, please see my other reviews at bob-the-movie-man.com and sign up to follow the blog. Thanks!
I caught an advance screening and found it a heck of a ride and thrilling fun to watch. I thought it really delivered the experience of being close up and inside the most power weather on the planet, and left me with images that I continue to chew over with awe. For a "disaster movie" it felt extremely realistic, and when you see news reports on TV or YouTube you realize this stuff happens again and again, usually in small towns just like the one in the movie, so it's completely real and they didn't really make any of this stuff up. And I really felt for the characters who, <more>
just like real people caught by these events, don't want to be in a disaster movie, they just want to get out of there alive. It got pretty emotional by the end. I don't get all the negative reviews I've been reading, I thought it was really good and delivered a great night out. What do people want, stupid Sharknado? Whatever, I had a good time watching it. And I'm glad I caught it on a big screen instead of renting it later. Seeing it big and overwhelming is the way to go!
Into the Storm is a very polarizing film. For many, it's seen as a bland b-movie with bad acting. For others, they see the characters as sympathetic and the effects incredible.I happen to fall in the latter.Growing up, I adored the film Twister. I was always fascinated with storms, specifically tornadoes; I just find these long, destructive wind funnels absolutely mesmerizing. So when I first Twister, I was pun intended blown away by it. The special effects, especially for the time, we're fantastic, and the characters were enjoyable. You could tell that a lot of heart was put into <more>
the movies production.So considering all this, it was always strange to me that tornadoes were never more popular for big-budget disaster movies. Floods, earthquakes, and even volcanoes get at least a few big films, but not tornadoes strangely enough. So my excitement reached unparalleled levels when I saw the trailer for Into the Storm. On opening day, I saw the movie, and I really enjoyed it. It wasn't perfect, no film is, but I found it to be a very enjoyable disaster movie. So you can imagine my disappointment that so many people ended up harshly judging the film. As of now, opinion is split about 50/50, but still many spew bile at the movie. Because of this, I thought I'd give my thoughts on the film.Special Effects: This is definitely the strongest aspect of the film. Now the trailers have painted the effects in a bad light, making them look relatively poor. Please don't judge the effects on the trailer; when you actually see them on the big screen, they look fantastic. The tornadoes look incredible, and the destruction is messy, as you'd expect.Story: I will concede that the story is incredibly simple, and that can be seen as a negative. However, being that the focus of the film is the tornadoes, the story isn't the most important aspect, and to be honest, sometimes a simple story is welcome for me. I don't always want long, complex background details told in flashbacks.Characters: This has come under the most fire from critics in the film, calling them bland and badly acted. Well call me naive, but I disagree. While the characters aren't overly complex, this isn't the film that needs that. In regards to the bad acting, I also disagree; I thought that most characters did well with their role, and was able to sympathize with their problems. I even found them funny at times, and I know I wasn't the only one; at the theater I went to, it was a packed crowed, they were cracking up the funny moments as well.So overall, this is film that I feel that you should at least see before you make your judgment. It's not a perfect film by any means, as it's story is quite simple and the characters the same. But it's made up in the fantastic effects and seeing a new big-budget disaster movie.8/10 - Great film overall.