Bill and Jo Harding, advanced storm chasers on the brink of divorce, must join together to create an advanced weather alert system by putting themselves in the cross-hairs of extremely violent tornadoes.
In October 1991, a confluence of weather conditions combined to form a killer storm in the North Atlantic. Caught in the storm was the sword-fishing boat Andrea Gail. Magnificent foreshadowing and anticipation fill this true-life drama while minute details of the fishing boats, their gear and the weather are juxtaposed with the sea adventure. Written by
Erwin van Moll <email@example.com>
In the Fall of 1991, the "Andrea Gail" left Gloucester, Mass. and headed for the fishing grounds of the North Atlantic. Two weeks later, an event took place that had never occurred in recorded history. See more »
The majority of sailboats have a keel, a lead-filled blade that extends from the bottom of the boat to provide straight line tracking and acts as a counterbalance for the wind blowing against the sails. When the "Mistral" takes a wave and rolls 360-degrees, there is no keel visible. See more »
Sgt. Jeremy Mitchell:
Good Afternoon, Madam. I'm Sgt Jeremy Mitchell, and I'll be your pararescue jumper today. How are you doing?
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A Shark jumps up on the deck as the result of a wave and starts biting Marky Mark! Oh come on guys. How stupid do we look. I had a really hard time with watching this movie. I knew 2 people that were portrayed in the movie. I saw alot of incosistencies. I must say that I would have hated this movie even if I hadn't known anything about the story. The special effects were cool, but come on, they can do anything now with computers. I'm over it. I no longer plan to attend "special effects" movies, just for the sake of the special effects.
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