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When an energy experiment goes haywire, a rash of massive hurricanes rips across North America. A special project scientist must get his family to safety before the hurricanes merge, creating a "hypercane" with the power to wipe the US off the map. Written by
not going to do an in-depth review, i just want to point out that i went into this movie after seeing the bad reviews expecting a bad film and boy i got one, my main gripe was the acting from the 3 main characters, it was so wooden, lines were repeated over n over and the seriousness of the whole situation wasn't portrayed at all, i got to about 15 mins in and was tempted to knock it off, but i held on and began to wish, the storm would just kill everyone, so the credits would role sooner, the effects, plot and acting all let this movie down and i would recommend nobody watch it. i might add that i love low budget movies as they tend to be a bit more interesting that a lot of blockbusters, but there was sadly nothing about '500 MPH Storm' i could say was anything more that terrible.
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