Also along for the ride on name recognition are Dianne Wiest as the most independent Secretary of Energy ever, Shirley Abbott and Randy Quaid as Tornado Tommy Dixon. He is jumping into Jo's van to go to the mall to rescue Lindsey! We aren't left with too many predictable and trite results, and it still has entertainment value. There are a huge number of errors in Category 6. Into the path of oncoming tornadoes??? Sadly, Gun-Toting Creep gets hit by a pylon on the way out, and dies. Oh, but wait, if more of you dated hackers, they wouldn't hack as much. From the aforementioned hurricane footage to an inability to understand how cellphones work, the gaffes are fast and furious. I only use my car to go to the grocery store to buy more port wine cheese spread.
Slutty Blonde and Philandering Husband are meeting for a press conference. Meanwhile, Chicago is battling a record heat wave, but residents have no idea the worst storm in history is about to pummel them as the three weather systems collide over the area. Meanwhile, Chicago is battling a record heat wave, but residents have no idea the worst storm in history is about to pummel them as the three weather systems collide over the area. Fade out on Chicago lying in smoking ruin. Pregnant sister-in-law's contractions are too close for comfort.
This sets off a deadly chain of events leading to the national power grid's collapse and potentially massive damage. Too many city shots, with buildings, motor vehicles, people in suits and ties, all that which makes for dull spectacle. Garth aka Little Brother observes that everyone in his neighborhood is packing up and leaving, but he can't through to his mom on his cell phone. Awww, Dan the Hacker just got electrocuted to death. But in sci-fi movies, people generally look for excitement rather than accuracy.
Jo is hurrying with her cameraman into the electric company building. The special effects were really good and the plot was excellent. Both made a bigger impression in the second half, as did the actor playing Amy's cameraman. So I thought I should mention this. She got her chance when computer expert Dan London warned her asking, of course, that she not use his name about the vulnerability of the electric transmission system. Jeff is trying to land.
He is pulling the money out and fanning it around. Jo's hurricane pilot brother is still frantically trying to reach her to let her know about his wife, still trapped in the elevator. What is with the bad boyfriend storyline? Only Philandering Husband can help the Pregnant Sister-in-Law and his family now! Is Jo realizing she loves the mole and wants him to be the father of the baby she never had because she was too busy having a career? I wouldn't go out of my way to watch this if I were you. The movie was overall good looking, despite of the weak and cheap special effects. Nevertheless, they kill him -- mostly, it seems, so that the audience will appreciate that tornados are pretty dangerous things kinda shallow, that. But maybe there are the special effects to watch.
They are so all formulaic that none of them offers any surprises. It was sort of a budget Day after Tomorrow, but Hallmark sure did a great job! The list contains related movies ordered by similarity. Garth is reunited with Lindsey and his brave mom! Wow this was a great movie, and more impressive is that it was a made for television movie. Footage of a plane trying to land looked pretty real, but I kept telling myself I had seen that before. In case you didn't already know that. So they just chickened out.
In Australia, this was screened all in one night in Feb 2005 beginning at 7:30pm and ending at 11:30pm, four hours! The movie at times tries to put in morale in about the environment and global warming and such but all those things come across as forced and look silly because of that in the movie. Stereotypes could be found frequently in this movie, though. All of the actors fitted in the movie nicely, and were very good. Jo has shown up at the mall with Jason the cameraman and Philandering Husband. As chief meteorologist for the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, Andy Goodman has seen his share of storms.
For one thing, it's a Hallmark disaster movie. Philandering Husband is going to try to help them while Lindsey and Garth and Brave Wife wait bravely for them in the parking garage, so they can all rendezvous to meet the Hurricane Pilot, who has a medic on board and is going to try to land through the eye of the hurricane on McCormick Field, a small abandoned airstrip. Currently it is on the SyFy channel with an hour left to go and I'm still trying to figure out how this thing even made t on air. I mean, I have seen far worse attempts. Except port wine cheese spread which she is licking off my plate right now. Meanwhile, as Lindsey distracts Gun-Toter, the bank security guard is making his move. This time, he says it like he means it.
I therefor also feel that some of the negativity toward this movie is for most part unjustified. That is why I bought Purple Heat, my bike. I bet the conclusion will show us few destruction scenes and a search and rescue operation just like it has been done many times before. I've sat through 'Night of the Twisters,' survived 'Atomic Twister,' and laughed all the way through '10. I'm just saying this one was considered by the producers to be one of the better ones.
Even when you mess up. Now we see the aftermath. I wish he had been on more. Someone thought that entering 'Enron' into the script would give it currency when discussing power companies. Of course, at the end, the main characters will survive and life will go on.