At a bachelorette party in a nightclub, the bride tells 2 guys offering blow to go away. They abduct her. The groom's 2 big brothers looked after their kid brother as kids and do so now again as veterans, "looking" for her and the 2 guys.
When the network of satellites designed to control the global climate starts to attack Earth, it's a race against the clock for its creator to uncover the real threat before a worldwide Geostorm wipes out everything and everyone.
In 1992 Alabama, Will and Breeze Rutledge are evacuating from the destructive Category 5 Hurricane Andrew with their dad. However, their truck gets stuck after avoiding a toppling tree in front of them and they are forced to take refuge in a nearby house. While trying to save the truck from blowing away, strong winds blow a water tank loose and it crushes their dad, killing him. In present day, another destructive hurricane named Tammy approaches the town in Alabama. Treasury agent Casey Corbyn is ordered by fellow employee Randy Moreno to summon Breeze, who now works as a handyman, and whose brother Will is a meteorologist, to fix the generator at a cash storage facility. While she is out of the facility, rogue Treasury agents, led by Connor Perkins, infiltrate the facility and hold employee Moreno hostage..
In the early 1990s, Sylvester Stallone was attached to star in a similar project to this film, called "Gale Force," about an ex-Navy SEAL who defends a seacoast town from a gang of modern pirates during a hurricane. David Chappe had written the script and Renny Harlin was going to direct. Carolco Pictures had a $40 million budget for the film, but creative disagreements over the script and concerns about cost forced Carolco to scrap the film and make Cliffhanger (1993) instead. Also in 1995 Stallone was involved to star in another similar film titled "No Safe Haven", written by Drew Yanno and Anthony Borghi, in which he would play a Marine who has to fight against militia-like cult who take over Martha's Vineyard and take president's family as hostages during large hurricane, and only help he has is the president who managed to escape from cult members while they were taking over the island. But "No Safe Haven" was also cancelled very early in production. See more »
When a large explosion occurs downtown during the height of the hurricane, the resulting smoke doesn't move in any direction but lazily upward, despite the very high winds that just seconds before, caused a man to be blown sideways while holding onto a cell tower. See more »
We should take the fight to them.
How do you mean?
Car bomb. We detonate it at a safe distance, but... car bomb. We just need ammonia, fertilizer, diesel, things we can get at a garden supply store.
How the hell do you know that?
When you're a fed, they teach you this shit. Timothy McVeigh took out the federal building with that.
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I completely in awe. From the opening scene to the ultimate grand finale, this film excelled in unimaginable ways. For starters, I can truly tell that they had top, world renowned scientific advisors that confirmed the reliasm of each scene. I am a Harvard graduate, just like the great rapper Lil Pump, and I feel that this masterpiece can be used to educate this countries first responders and inspire future world leaders to solve major conflicts across the continent.
Not only did this movie affect me on a personal level, but it has inspired me to become a professional storm chaser. I have spent my entire life savings ($300) modifying my 2001 Honda Civic to protect me in my storm chasing endeavors. Wish me luck, I will need it since I am aiming to chase whatever Hurricane arises in the future.
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