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Genre-defining and the first of the ‘70s disaster movie epics, Airport proved creepily prophetic as it tells the story of a suicidal man who decides to blow up a Boeing 707 during a snowstorm. With a budget of just $10m, the film went on to reap $100m at the box office. It looks camp as Christmas now, which just sort of adds to the fun.
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Nov 12th 2010, 8:58
Deep Impact? Better than Armageddon??! What have you been smoking? Apart from Batman & Robin and Speed 2, that was by far the closest I've come to demanding my money back from a cinema!!
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Nov 12th 2010, 21:06
LOL at the Rose comment in the Titanic bit. She is SO a b***h. There is plenty of room for them both on the floating pile of door. But Winslet's cow lets Jack sink. "come back jack come back" JAck: "I would if you had just moved over fatty!"
Nov 12th 2010, 21:18
um where is The Day After Tomorrow.? Clearly one of the best disaster movies !
Nov 12th 2010, 23:30
I have a lot of respect for Total Film. You don't pander like Empire, when it comes to those you've interviewed or lying about British films or actors, simply to protect your own. But Deep Impact in the Best category? WTF?
How can a film mag, with so much taste, believe that?
Nov 13th 2010, 2:43
How about The Road? Depicting a more chilling future that waits us then a bunch of Manhattan yuppies gettin pancaked by an oversized chicken-lizard , ( surely the opposite of disaster?)
Nov 14th 2010, 21:27
Great call about Deep Impact!!!
I've been saying it for years!!!! Armegeddon was fun but deep impact was a much better movie!!!
disagree with u guys on 2012 --- that was also fun!!! some great lines!!!
Nov 16th 2010, 7:30
Since when has deep impact been widely regard as better than armageddon? Although it does star Ben affleck, which degrades it a considerable bit.
Twister is awesome btw, its one of those film that can easily be watched over and over, it should never be in the worst pile.
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