Into the Storm

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Into the StormAlso available on Blu-Ray

The director of Final Destination 5 places a group of storm-chasers in the middle of a chaotic cyclone in this natural disaster thriller, where the whole town of Silverton could be wiped off the map. Stars Richard Armitage (The Hobbit) and Sarah Wayne Callies (TV’s The Walking Dead).

Starring
Richard Armitage, Sarah Wayne Callies, Jeremy Sumpter, Nathan Kress, Matt Walsh, Kyle Davis

Directed by
Steven Quale ('Final Destination 5')

Written by
John Swetnam

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mohamad

Yes good video

Reviewed by salman
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1 Stars out of a possible 5 Stars

We went into the south Dunedin Video Ezy to get this one and it wasn't there at 2 PM on 07/01/2015. This happens far too often. We had the same problem with "Guardians of the Galaxy". These movies are advertised as available on a particular day. However if you want it, you might be wise to phone first or wait a few days before going in to get it. Whoever supplies Video Ezy with DVDs is holding everything up. I wouldn't mind if this was a rare occurrence, but this seems to affect some new release every week.

Reviewed by bukster

PRESS REVIEWS

Average rating 2 Stars out of a possible 5 Stars


Dissolve (USA)

Handles the CGI action with breathless intensity.

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Empire (UK)

Maybe we do deserve another Twister, but to showcase the advances in effects since you really need a bigger budget than this.

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Guardian (UK)

Into the Storm sets forth as a found-footage thriller before losing its thread and then doubling back on itself in abject disarray.

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Hollywood Reporter

The script by John Swetnam is rudimentary, with only the most minimal and pallid stabs at characterization...

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Time Out London

When the badass cyclones muscle into town, ripping up schools, banks and airports, the film is fairly fun. Sadly, everything else about it is, well, a bit of a disaster.

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Total Film (UK)

The found-footage format is undone by clunkingly unnatural dialogue and internal-logic inconsistencies.

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Variety (USA)

Into the Storm can make it rain like nobody’s business, but when it tries to be smart, it comes out all wet.

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