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Twisters Seems to Really Want to Be a Cowboy Movie About Tornadoes


Once upon a time, in the 1990s, there was a movie called Twister that was patently absurd, but also weirdly charming. Now, nearing 30 years later, there is a movie called Twisters that is not a sequel, nor a remake, but just another movie about people who really like to chase tornadoes. The film’s tagline seems to be, “You don’t face your fears. You ride ’em.” This tagline makes me tired.

We now have our second trailer for Twisters, which is much like the first one, except with more buildup to the tornado that traumatizes Kate (Daisy Edgar-Jones) and more chaotic tornado drama as the trailer (and presumably the film) progresses. Now there’s a fire tornado! I would like to be into this, but every time a character opens their mouth, the film gets less appealing. She’s a smarty-pants city girl! He (Glen Powell as Tyler Owens) is a good ol’ boy with a lot of social media followers and his face on a T-shirt, and he does things the old way, no PhDs required!

The most intriguing part is that Kate might have figured out how to “disrupt” a tornado, but she done messed up last time.

Who but the good ol’ boy to give her another chance?

Twisters is directed by Lee Isaac Chung (Minari) from a screenplay by Mark L. Smith (The Midnight Sky), with a nod to Michael Crichton, who co-wrote the first Twister. It also stars Brandon Perea (Nope), Sasha Lane (American Honey), Daryl McCormack (Peaky Blinders), Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Nik Dodani (Atypical) and Maura Tierney (Beautiful Boy). You can ride your fears right into the theater on July 19th. icon-paragraph-end



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