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Eye of the Hurricane is a great little movie. It follows the trial and tribulations, family upheavals, and relationships, new & old, that develop and are test following a calamity of nature. Everyone in the family will enjoy this movie and I'm betting, that more then one or two families, will be able to relate to the characters in this movie. The character development by Campbell Scott, Melanie Lynskey, Nicola Peltz, and especially Grant Collins are right on point and very believable.
If you get a chance to see this movie - SEE IT!!! You will have a good time with this movie and enjoy the plot lines and outcomes. I can virtually guarantee you will have a "goose-bummpy" time......
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