Into The Storm (2014)

Thank you Nuffnang for the premiere passes of Into The Storm.

In the span of a single day, the town of Silverton is ravaged by an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes. The entire town is at the mercy of the erratic and deadly cyclones, even as storm trackers predict the worst is yet to come. Most people seek shelter, while others run towards the vortex, testing how far a storm chaser will go for that once-in-a-lifetime shot. Told through the eyes and lenses of professional storm chasers, thrill-seeking amateurs, and courageous townspeople, “Into the Storm” throws you directly into the eye of the storm to experience Mother Nature at her most extreme.

Undoubtedly, this film is about Storm.
From the beginning of it, the storm played a very good role.
What I can say is, when it finally stop, you will know that’s the end of the movie.

Expect to watch how storm can demolish a place in just few minutes throughout Into The Storm.
But I think, it brings greater impact for those who experienced storm in their life.
The sound effect is good enough to trigger the audiences;
it was peace and silent but storm came just few seconds afterwards.

What caused storm even terrifying is when it is on fire!
It isn’t impossible to happen in reality, it’s just rare.
When it does happen, the impact is unpredictable.
For me, the most amazing part of Into The Storm is the cyclone.
Not only in this film, I bet this is the part that caught storm trackers mad of.
It isn’t easy to know the eye of the storm.
I remembered my geography class in highschool, my teacher told us cyclone is the safest place of storm.
But guess what? In order to get into the safest place, you have to get into the storm.
I think that’s how this film got its name.

To be honest, when watching this film,
I can’t stop myself to think of the recent accidents; especially the plane crashed in Taiwan.
Into the Storm, again, reminded us, who still live healthy and peacefully now,
appreciate what we have.
Treat today as the last day of our life.
We can’t estimate what’s happening next,
so always stay happy and live great with the loved ones.

At a glance, don’t expect more things than storms in this movie.
Else, it will let you down.
The battle between human and storm is thrilling;
however, it covered nothing much except this.

Rating: 3/5


    • Yeah. Personally dun like that two fella. But of course they portray the reality which there are some persons don’t take this kind of disaster seriously.

  1. I’ve seen the trailer for this but I didn’t want to see it because it was too scary! Good for you for watching the whole thing.

  2. Disaster movies have been on a roll sincea decade ago (or even earlier). I’ve been booked to watch movies for almost the entire weekends list of this month. But… I wish I could give a spot for this one. Looks like it’s good even if despite the rating.

    • Rating is subjective. It depends on the individual. I wont say it is a very good movie, but it does let me have some thoughts about life.

  3. hmm it’s been a while since i went on a movie treat in my favorite cinema theater. thanks you just reminded me to set a time for this soon. i missed eating popcorn while watching too.

  4. I wanted to watch this film but the online review was really bad! Like 1.5 on rotten tomatoes! I’m glad you give me a higher rating, maybe I will catch it this time! 🙂

  5. This looks like a great movie! I am a fan of the old Twister movie, but this would be a lot better, with more action and special effects. Thanks for the review!

  6. This looks like a pretty scary, fast action movie. We seem to be having lots of weather pattern changes so a cyclone could hit almost anywhere in the world…

  7. This sure seems like a movie to be seen in theatres to appreciate all the special effects. And I can’t agree more with your statement that life is so unpredictable so we should every moment to the fullest.


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