Amazing live news footage during a California earthquake.


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Your vocal cords can create amazing weird sounds. All you need to do is to shake and then make some noise. What better opportunity to test this than during an earthquake? Watch the shocking live news footage of a California earthquake. In Berkeley, Tarzana and the Cedar Sinai Medical Center, police officers, doctors, construction workers, women and black people aren't running away scared. They seem to be laughing. Written by Arnoud Tiele (

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Short | Comedy





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January 2003 (USA)  »

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At about two minutes long, it's worth a look
13 July 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Well, this is certainly one of the strangest and simplest films I have ever seen. However, at only two minutes, it's very hard for a reviewer to meet IMDb's guidelines for minimum length for a review--I mean, what can you really say about such a short and simple film?! The film consists of cool looking rubbery dolls wildly shaking during a supposed earthquake in California. The camera shakes and cuts from one place to another to another and all that you see are a wide variety of these cute and disturbing dolls shimmying to the quake.

Because the dolls are cute and weird, this film manages to work. However, because there is nothing more to the movie, thank goodness it's blessedly short! Silly stuff--I'd like to see more from the folks who made this--hopefully there will be a little bit MORE next time!!

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