Dante's Peak

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Time Out says

The first of 1997's two volcano movies acquits itself well in the spectacle department, but its colourless characters, dwarfed from the outset by a computer-generated peak, finally get lost among the deadly emissions. There's a familiar feel to the film's Jaws-like set-up, with Brosnan's intuitive volcanologist predicting imminent catastrophe while local councillors insist there's no need for panic. As an exercise in disaster-movie logistics, this is on a par with Twister, although the jaw-dropping SFX are far more varied and genuinely terrifying.
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UK release:

1997

Duration:

108 mins

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i thought it was a good film as it had many accurate facts and still made it intresting for the viewing puplic

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i thought it was a good film as it had many accurate facts and still made it intresting for the viewing puplic