Into the Storm


Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 22%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 43%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 60957


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23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BA_Harrison 8 / 10

Force five action.

Admittedly, Into The Storm is almost identical in terms of story to Jan De Bont's 1996 disaster movie Twister, but it still manages to be an exhilarating ride thanks to its incredible special effects-laden tornado scenes which deliver jaw-dropping destruction on a massive scale.

As with De Bont's film, the film revolves around a group of professional storm-chasers who are on a mission to film a tornado from the eye of the storm. Arriving in the small town of Silverton, Oklahoma, they experience a frightening meteorological phenomenon - multiple vortices that combine to create the biggest tornado on record.

Director Steven Quale spends the first half an hour introducing his stock characters - the members of the storm-chasing team, the locals of Silverton to add emotional drama, plus a couple of thrill-seeking rednecks for comic relief - and then spends the remaining hour or so throwing them into life-threatening situations, with the occasional unfortunate being whipped into the sky never to be seen again.

It's predictable, formulaic popcorn action for sure, but hugely entertaining nonetheless, with the chaotic wind-lashed finale providing satisfyingly catastrophic edge-of-the-seat thrills.

Reviewed by ops-52535 5 / 10

read review before looking at my rating...

this movie are an amazing feature when it comes to the use of vfx technology.

some of the scenes were so stunning, giving a sturdy man well overweight by tons of hours in front of the screen having to take a tight grip on the sofa cushion to avoid being absorbed by the tornado a smashing 10,er to that. the downdraft of the movie is terrible acting,caused by a terrible storyline and a terrible lack of insight of today's weather measurement devices, e.g. the 1950-style anemometer on the titus is a disgrace to all of us that has meteorology as a hobby or profession,even the cheapest weather station from DAVIS could outnumber that. also the setup of cameras on the titus were laughable,especially the globe cam near ground level aka ''splash cam''...... so giving this part of entertainment a 0 (zero),the median are a 5...... Twister are still the best....

Reviewed by speedcanary 8 / 10

A survival story presented as documentary...

I had only "heard" of this film from my times reviewing IMDb to see what films Alycia and Sarah had been in and noticed they were both in this one, so it was must watch because I am a fan of both actors.

I did not expect to like the film as much as I did! I am a hardcore fan of Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton's Twister and can watch it anytime I see it on television, so a movie about stormchasing I thought would have the same feel as Twister, but this one felt like fresh storytelling.

This had drama, action, suspense, horror (imagine having a building collapse on you and water filling up the spaces so high that you are floating underwater, hanging on for dear life so you don't die while being suffocated) only criticism is I wish it hadn't ended so abruptly after the storm had passed. I would have like the story to continue on and wrap up in some way when it came to Allison and Gary's chemistry.

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