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Twister (1996)

Twister (1996)

Twister is an action-packed disaster movie released in 1996, directed by Jan de Bont. The film revolves around storm chasers who pursue severe tornadoes across Oklahoma, adding a thrilling twist to this heart-stopping adventure.

The movie boasts a talented ensemble cast, including Helen Hunt as Dr. Jo Harding, a renowned scientist obsessed with studying tornadoes, and Bill Paxton as her soon-to-be ex-husband, Bill Harding, an equally intrepid storm chaser. Together, they lead a team of fearless researchers, portrayed by a remarkable supporting cast, including Jami Gertz, Cary Elwes, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Lois Smith.

As tornadoes wreak havoc on the screen, the movie offers an adrenaline-filled experience. The sounds of howling winds, thundering storms, and roaring twisters create an immersive atmosphere. You can now relive the excitement by playing and downloading these electrifying sounds here. Whether you're a fan of intense cinema or fascinated by the power of Mother Nature, Twister promises an unforgettable journey.

A brick wall? A bearded lady? What?
A huge tornado on radar.
A little bit earlier...
A tornado has been reported
A very dangerous situation.
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah! Aah!
Aah! Aw, fuck!
Across the state, skies are partly cloudy.
Actually, I think that was the same one.
Again? But back there you almost got yourself killed.
All I'm saying is don't fold the maps.
All my guys, get a grip on yourself.
All right, about 4 miles up, hang a right.
All right, Beltzer. Preacher, follow!
All right, let's go, people!
All right, move it, Dusty.
All right, people. Let's pack it up. Let's go.
All right, put Julia on. O.K.
All right, that's close enough.
All right, we're getting ready to play,
All right.
All right. We're moving!
All right. You got it, boss.
All right... I got it.
All the models are forecasting lifted indices
Along and ahead of the dry line.
An inability to finish things.
And all kinds of neat stuff like that.
And come after you.
And D.O.T. 3 is the answer
And dew point temperature.
And dew point temperature.
And die miserable and alone.
And has been extended officially
And he chucks the bottle into the twister,
And he doesn't have Dorothy.
And he says, "Have a drink."
And I don't even know if you want to know, but it's happening.
And I need to run the lab.
And I want to get them both on there right now.
And increase the PRF.
And it looks like a directly
And it never hits the ground.
And listen for weather statements and possible warnings.
And maybe a broken wrist.
And news 89 will keep you advised.
And put it in the damage path
And radio back information about the internal structure,
And releases hundreds of these sensors
And she's a beauty. Whoo hoo!
And she's filming it, right?
And stay on this heading.
And then get out again before it picks you up, too.
And this loser stumbles out of the car.
And what will soon be the center of all studi
And what will that do?
And, uh, it's very, very powerful.
Another cow.
Approaching 150 in the funnel.
Are we having fun yet?
Are you all right?
Are you going to go for it, Jo?
Are you kidding? This thing's not over.
Are you mad?
Are you O.K.?
Are you O.K.?
Are you O.K.?
Are you O.K.?
Are you O.K.?
Are you sure you don't want to go along?
Are you sure?
Aren't there already tornado warnings?
As some of my more unfortunate colleagues found out
As the disturbance interacts with the dry line,
As to which way you're going to head.
At least, that's what these guys are trying to do.
At Oklahoma 412.
At which the twister sucks you up.
Aunt Meg wouldn't mind a pit stop, right?
Avoiding tense situations.
Aw, hell. Day like today, it's to be expected.
Awesome, man!
Baby, she's flying!
Back off! Back off!
Basically,
Be careful, all right?
Be careful.
Beautiful!
Because Billy...
Before Billy started his new job.
Beltzer, is it on the ground?
Beltzer, it's backbuilding. You got to track it.
Beltzer, we don't have a visual.
Bet those tops have got to be spiking above 40,000.
Better grab some while you can.
Bill always went his own way,
Bill just told me the happy news.
Bill, don't!
Bill, go right now!
Bill, help. Bill, help me!
Bill, here, here!
Bill, hurry!
Bill, hurry.
Bill, I think you guys should get out of there!
Bill, I'm talking imminent rueage.
Bill, Jo, groundspeed is increasing.
Bill, Jo, it's over.
Bill, Jo, where are you?
Bill, Jo! Do you copy?
Bill, she just missed the truck.
Bill, sometime this week would be good.
Bill, turn this Wait, wait, wait. No, Bill.
Bill, we're in the core.
Bill!
Bill!
Bill!
Bill!
Bill!
Bill!
Bill!
Bill...
Bill's concept, man.
Billy, what are we doing?
Billy!
Billy!
Billy!
Blodgett. Esther Blodgett.
Boys!
Brian, don't forget the camera.
But
But at least I showed up in the first place.
But he's got no instincts.
But it was a long time ago.
But right now maybe we can...
But she said she'd sign the papers, right?
Bye.
Can I have eight coffees to go, please.
Can we beat him?
Can we do better than the 30?
Can you actually predict tornadoes now?
Can you see them?
Careful, buddy. He'll steal your microphone.
Careful.
Careful. Careful. This house could go any second.
Catch.
Charles, I need a sector scan on that cell.
Check, please.
Checking for you now, sir.
Chewed my lips off wondering if he'd come staggering back home again.
Christ, Jo, is that what you think it did?
Christ! You couldn't resist, could you?
Christ.
Christ. Would you just sign it so we can get out of here?
Come here! Come on! Come on!
Come on, come on, take her!
Come on, Dusty! You're always last to go!
Come on, guys. let's get Dorothy ll ready.
Come on, hurry!
Come on, let's move!
Come on, sweetie. Don't be scared, Jo.
Come on, Toby! Come on, boy!
Come on!
Come on!
Come on!
Come on! Come on!
Come on! Hurry!
Come on! Hurry!
Come on! Take Jo! Let's go!
Come on! Take my hand.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. If we hurry, we can still catch her!
Comes pulling up right in the way.
Commitment?
Cool.
Copy that.
Copy that.
Corning towards you, Jo.
Could be the strongest F 5 tornado
Cut across the field, Bill.
Daddy!
Daddy!
Daddy! Daddy!
Damaging tornadoes are possible.
Damn it, Tony! I thought you told me
Damn it. Hang on, I'll drive.
Damn son of a bitch!
Damn.
Damn. We got to go! Now! Come on!
Day before yesterday I was telling Jo
Dear God!
Debris, Dusty. We have debris!
Debris!
Debris. We have debris!
Deep down I always just thought it was a metaphor.
Destroys.
Did you check this? You have to check it.
Did you get them done?
Did you see him?
Did you see him?
Did you see my cows out front?
Did you see that?
Did you see? I was sitting in the middle of it.
Directly toward the Wakita area.
Do it.
Do not try to help them at this point.
Do we follow?
Do you always have to do things the hard way?
Do you COPY?
Do you need them right this second?
Do you see this?
Do you want to drive?
Does she work?
Doesn't matter what you do.
Doing battle with the elements.
Doing great.
Don't even think about it.
Don't follow too close.
Don't worry. I'll get them clean.
Donald, now's not a very good time for me, O.K.'?