Several Negs on this one:
1: Character development was flat. If the dialog had been better written perhaps the audience could have identified with the lead characters, as it was the dialog was so badly written that each line could have been quoted as they were cliche.
2: Did I mention badly written dialog.
3: The actors had one expression for every scene, expressionless. I spent most of my youth in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas. If I were staring a tornado in the face I can tell you my face would have some very distorted expression and my shorts would be full. FEAR. I never saw it expressed on the face of any actor. Of course they were all no names so perhaps that answers the question.
4: When the kids were trapped under ruble and facing death, I saw no panic or fear, kids ARE NOT that calm. Ever hunkered down in a hallway at 2am during a tornado with kids, ya, screaming, panic and fear rule.
5: Errors in science and physics. Too many to detail, but they were there.
6: I was unable to experience the phenomenon known as 'separation of reality'. It is necessary when watching a movie so you can put yourself there and enjoy it.
7: The fire tornado was the only one that never moved, why, in the script so they could burn that poor man to death. So break the laws of physics for the sake of torching a man on screen.
1: The two rednecks were the only characters that had depth. There expressions were real, and the actors looked like they had fun. If not for them I would give this move an F, as it is I give it a D-.
Don't give this movie your time. Run from it, not to it.