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After the bus driven by Gary is cut off from the other escaping buses, by the falling power lines, Allison gets out to check on the people in the cars that went off the road. The two cars ahead of the bus appear to be empty. Allison runs to only one car and asks them to get into the bus, because their car is stuck in the mud. But there are already dozens of footprints in the mud by the bus' door before Allison even leaves the bus. See more »
I caught an advance screening and found it a heck of a ride and thrilling fun to watch. I thought it really delivered the experience of being close up and inside the most power weather on the planet, and left me with images that I continue to chew over with awe. For a "disaster movie" it felt extremely realistic, and when you see news reports on TV or YouTube you realize this stuff happens again and again, usually in small towns just like the one in the movie, so it's completely real and they didn't really make any of this stuff up. And I really felt for the characters who, just like real people caught by these events, don't want to be in a disaster movie, they just want to get out of there alive. It got pretty emotional by the end.
I don't get all the negative reviews I've been reading, I thought it was really good and delivered a great night out. What do people want, stupid Sharknado? Whatever, I had a good time watching it. And I'm glad I caught it on a big screen instead of renting it later. Seeing it big and overwhelming is the way to go!
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