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Twister: Ride It Out (1998)

PG-13 | | Short | 4 May 1998 (USA)
A spin-off ride from the film 'Twister'.

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A spin-off ride from the film 'Twister'.

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The opening of the attraction was delayed from an original April, 1998 date due to an outbreak of F3 tornadoes in Orlando from an El Nino jet stream. Out of respect for the 43 deaths from the tornadoes, Universal not only delayed the opening until May 4, 1998, but donated a large amount of money to the victims' families. See more »

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Bill Paxton: They call F5 tornadoes the "finger of god"; few have stared one in the face and survived.
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Kickin' ride!
5 June 1999 | by (Philadelphia) – See all my reviews

Universal Studios has done it again, in constructing a one of a kind thrill ride that makes your hair blown crazy and your voice numb from the screams. The ride consisted of standing in a room that looked like a totaled house (complete with a car stuck in the roof and chicken noises) where we watched a movie with Helen Hunt and Bill Pullman about the how twisters are so devastating, then that part ended. We were brought into another room that looked like the drive in scene during Twister, where a little wind began to whip around and we could see a faint storm far off into the distance. Suddenly, out of nowhere, the wind picked up to an exhilarating pace, lightning clapped and brought down the Drive in sign with sparks flying in every direction. Then, when you thought it was over, they SOMEHOW formed a realistic looking twister not even 10 feet away from you... and then it all just suddenly... ends... real quiet like. But you leave with a feeling like you survived something beyond belief. Now where's Real TV?? I got a story for 'em!!!


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