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Night of the Twisters (14-Feb-1996)

Director: Timothy Bond

Writers: Sam Graham; Chris Hubbell

From novel: Night of the Twisters by Ivy Ruckman

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Tornado

Made-for-TV tornado faire.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Devon Sawa
Actor
7-Sep-1978   Final Destination
John Schneider
Actor
8-Apr-1960   Bo Duke on The Dukes of Hazzard
David Sutcliffe
Actor
8-Jun-1969   Christopher Hayden on Gilmore Girls

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 6-May-2005)

As a person who watches every disaster movie of any kind, and someone who watches everything with John Schneider, I think that I'm a little biased. The content of this film is very endepth of a normal family of this century. You have the struggle with being a step-child and feeling as if you don't live up to your new parent's standards. The struggle also comes from the other end as well. You see Schneider's character attempting to over-do the step-parenting by almost forcing his step-son to be what he had been. Sometimes it takes a disaster for the family to understand their feelings toward one another. The feeling that one or all of their loved ones could've been killed by this disaster, shakes them into reality and they begin to accept and appreciate each other for who they are on the inside. The effects of this tornado were realistic, nothing was too far fetched, and I like that reality-based movies. It was touching and upbeat from the very beginning and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to feel with their movie characters.


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