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Plot: TV weatherman Bill Harding is trying to get his tornado-hunter wife, Jo, to sign divorce papers so he can marry his girlfriend Melissa. But Mother Nature, in the form of a series of intense storms sweeping across Oklahoma, has other plans. Soon the three have joined the team of stormchasers as they… Runtime: 113 min Release Date: 10 May 1996
I'm really shocked at how low the rating for this movie is on this site. What is wrong with you people? The movie is awesome! It's a fun movie with excellent special effects.Some people have complained about the story...I don't get it, the story seemed fine to me, given the nature of the film. The movie is about tornados!!! It's not supposed to be a deep and thought-provoking film, it's just meant to be entertaining, and it most certainly does that!!! I thought the story was excellent and really kept you interested in what was going to happen next, the movie flows very <more>
nicely from scene to scene, from start to finish. Also, I have to mention before I forget that I loved Jo Harding's Helen Hunt's group of storm chasers, they were a great bunch of interesting characters! I loved them all!!!The actors all did a fantastic job and there were a lot of them that are worth mentioning. Bill Paxton does an awesome job as always. Helen Hunt if fabulous, and looks just as beautiful as ever. Jami Gertz also did a fine job and looked fantastic. Philip Seymour Hoffman did a really good job, this seems like such a different role for him and he nailed it! Cary Elwes is one of those few actors that can convincingly play a bad guy and a good guy and is also just as good in comedy films. He's a very talented actor and did a great job in this film. I won't mention all names, but all of the storm chasers did a great job with their roles. As for director, Jan de Bont: Another great film to add to his resume! I can't wait to see his next film! And, I have to mention writers Michael Crichton and Anne-Marie Martin as well, they both did a great job with the story!If you're looking for a fast-paced, energetic, interesting, fun movie with some killer special effects, then this is the movie for you! I would definitely recommend this film to just about anyone. There is rarely anything objectional in the film and I would imagine that this would appeal to a great deal of people. I definitely think you should see this film. I really hope you enjoy the film. Thanks for reading.-Chris
Twister is a fun movie to watch. I think Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt give excellent performances. This movie has a great soundtrack. I do not know why people hate this movie. This is one of Jan De Bont's best films. He also directed one of my other favorite movie Speed. Normally I think all of Van Halen's songs are trashy except for the songs for Twister. I like the sound and visual effects of this film. Not since The Wizard of Oz have I seen better tornadoes. The first time I saw this movie I was blown away. I actually like this better than Independence Day. I really like the end song <more>
"Respect the Wind" performed by Edward and Alex Van Halen. I wanna get the Twister Soundtrack.
I think if anyone is going to sit around with a paper an pen and write down every wrong thing in the movie, doesn't deserve to enjoy it.Now with that said. I had to comment on one person saying about the radio's playing loudly while they was twister chasing.Yes they did have the radio's loud while going on there way. but when they actually got to the scene of chancing a tornado they had the radio OFF, talking back an forth over the CB.Who cares if they movie wasn't 100% correct on every single detail, heaven forbid if someone just sat back and enjoy the movie I suppose.This <more>
was a great movie to see the full use of your surround sound system.And kids just love this movie like mad. and hats off to our own weather reporter Gary England for his roll in the movie.
Great Film with Great CGI for it's time (by mike48128)
Of course today's CGI is a bit more realistic, but this film was made in 1996! Still, fairly accurate-looking tornadoes even 20 years later! Storm-chasers in Oklahoma in "Tornado Alley" at the peak of the May season. The plot, at times, is cloying and slows down the action. However, Jo Helen Hunt believes that the tornadoes are stalking her and Bill Paxton is great as the "human barometer". This was a difficult movie to edit, as the Director filmed several scenes from different camera angles, which explains why there are continuity and line-up problems in the <more>
finished movie. Also much injury including everything from personal injuries and Helen and Bill almost getting blinded by special ultra-bright lighting. Are the storms technically accurate? They really tried and most look convincingly real. I still love that poor flying cow. Animals often get airborne and survive! Therefore, most of the information about Twisters is scientifically accurate! Impossible stunts include: The gasoline tanker that almost seems to explode twice? Driving through a house turned on it's side?--both impossible, of course. Bill's sex therapist fiancé is annoying but the "Dorothy" telemetry tracking device is real. It's based on a real prototype nicknamed "Toto"! A lot of little "Spielberg" touches. The storms seem to "growl". Intentionally humorous scenes and dialog. Running gag: Nobody ever gets to drink the coffee or lemonade "to go". "The shining" is on screen at the Galaxy Drive-In as a tornado "hits". Jo seems to "see" her family and herself standing in the rubble of her Aunt's home town, which of course is impossible. It's a great roller coaster ride all the way, even on the home "screen". Look for Philip Seymour Hoffman as "Dusty", who just died in 2014. Today, we have almost a 11 min. tornado warning because of Doppler Radar and other advancements, but that's still very little time to evacuate. Still timely: In Oklahoma 2013 , thousands were injured, displaced, and some died. We were fortunate enough to see it on a big screen with Dolby sound and it was impressive in 1996. Disc includes several good extras, including a "History Channel" update on the current state of tornado tracking, and storm-chasing. Doppler radar mounted on mobile trucks! An all-time favorite. My old VHS copy had "wear lines" which means I ran it over 60 times before buying a Blu-Ray disc!
I liked Twister. Well, I like tornadoes. So it kind of fits. But after Speed, Jan De Bont made this movie. And its a lot quicker than Speed if you get my meaning.Twister tells the story of 2 divorced tornado chasers Bill and Jo trying to get a device up in a tornado to create an advanced warning system. But to do so, they must get in the twister's deadly path.This movie is filled with action non-stop and even has humor in it. So see this movie today.Running Time: 113 Minutes Rated: PG-13 For Bad Weather Sequences and Language.
a great movie (by terferi)
I absolutely loved this movie. I was very young when it came out, and saw it in theatre's with my parents. I became scared of tornadoes and wanted to be a storm chaser. Well scared from the beginning part. There are some parts that might be a little unrealistic, only a few however. I thought the story line was good, and I thought the character development was a little above average. I felt who I liked, and learned how they would act in a situation. I don't know why people are saying this is such a poor movie. The special effects are quite good still, for today's standards. I <more>
consider this a classic because I know this for a fact: If anyone was ever to make another tornado movie, it would be much more unrealistic than this, I'm sure of that. Twister is balanced with action and plot. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did if you watch.
It's hard to believe this was done as far back as 1996. It was phenomenal then and I still love watching this flick today. The plot is great, the effects are dynamite, and the dialog is natural with an easy flow, and the performances are awesome. It still surprises me, today. this was the film that made me stop dismissing Bill Paxton as an actor and Helen Hunt as a flibbertigibbet. But there is more to this film than the incredible effects.The ultimate raw believability of this film's effects is what drives it, not the effects themselves. Regardless of how it may be viewed by casual <more>
movie goers, this film has a depth many overlook in their awe of the effects. The story itself is good, solid work, with an interesting plot line and magnificent flow.The only problem with it is that the average Joe can't SEE the story for their infatuation with the effects. That doesn't make it an effects-driven work, and indeed, it is not. It is story driven with marvelous effects. It still amazes me, and I watch this often.It rates an easy 8.4/10 from...the Fiend :.
TV weatherman Bill Harding is trying to get his tornado-hunter wife, Jo, to sign divorce papers so he can marry his girlfriend Melissa. But Mother Nature, in the form of a series of intense storms sweeping across Oklahoma, has other plans. Soon the three have joined the team of storm chasers as they attempt to insert a revolutionary measuring device into the very heart of several extremely violent tornadoes....Yes the film is utterly ridiculous, and like other De Bont movies after Speed, completely devoid of plot, but one cannot deny, that this film entertains in droves, and like many other <more>
summer blockbusters of 1996 is a lot of loud dumb silly fun.What ever plot there is involves trying to get microchips into a tornado, so the warning time can increase, but when you have flying cows, and flawless effects, does plot matter.If we're to come out now, it wouldn't be as successful, as films like this are ten a penny nowadays, and there are more high concept ideas.But for the time, it's an amazing feat, deserved of it's box office and cult following. The cast are fun, and it's always funny to see Elwes in a black van with a silent entourage, after all, he's the bad guy....
Good Action Movie, but 1st commenter is missing a few facts (by tsavidge1)
"nor can a tornado suck a truck up its spout with such ease. In fact, it cannot be done at all." To the person that posted this comment obviously knows little about tornadoes, or is talking out of their hind quarters. Having lived in "Tornado Ally" for the better part of 14 years, I can assure you that a tornado can suck up a tractor trailer as easily as I can pick up a piece of paper.Now to comment on the movie, I really liked Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt as the stars of this movie. Sure most of the tornadoes in the film are CGI but good luck getting a tornado on the day <more>
you need to film. LOL. I cant speak for everyone, but having seen many a tornado up close, this was fairly well done. There were some continuity errors throughout but what movie doesn't have a few. Nobody is perfect.