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May 20, 2021

[Answer] 5. Starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton, what 1996 film about natural disaster was set in Oklahoma?

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...1. 2012 2. Twister 3. Volcano 4. Firestorm Written by Michael Crichton (known for "Jurassic Park" and "Congo"), "Twister was the second-most-profitable movie released in 1996 (second only to "Independence Day") earning nearly half a billion dollars in the box office. Starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton, it followed a group of storm-chasers setting out to collect scientific information to better understand tornadoes and major storms. The storms also acted as a backdrop to Hunt and Paxton's on-screen divorce which followed them throughout the movie like the computer-generated weather phenomena. Although "Twister" received mixed reviews, it was nevertheless successful with viewers.




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Twister:


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