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What's your favorite?
12.50%
3 votes
The Poseidon Adventure
4.17%
1 votes
The Towering Inferno
20.83%
5 votes
Twister
4.17%
1 votes
On The beach
0%
0 votes
Airport
4.17%
1 votes
2012
16.67%
4 votes
The Day After tomorrow
0%
0 votes
Dante's Peak
0%
0 votes
A Night To Remember
0%
0 votes
Battle Los Angeles
12.50%
3 votes
The Road
41.67%
10 votes
Independence Day / other
24 votes. You may not vote on this poll




I did a search and there are already 2 topics, but I'd like to make a poll.

So, what's your fave? Mine's The Day After Tomorrow. 10/10





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2. Titanic 10/10
3. Airplane! 10/10
4. Independence Day 9/10
5. Deep Impact 9/10
6. The China Syndrome 9/10
7. The towering Inferno 8/10
8. Posseidon 8/10
9. The Poseidon adventure 8/10
10. Armageddon 7/10
11. Twister 6/10
12. Volcano 6.5/10
13. Dante's Peak 6.4/10

There are many who could fit, but that would be enourmous.

I only saw the 1st 15 mins of San Andreas and Into The storm.



These movies are carried by the quality of the effects and the charisma of their leads. Both of those wins go to Indepndence Day.



These movies are carried by the quality of the effects and the charisma of their leads. Both of those wins go to Indepndence Day.
second this. Independence Day for sure for me.



This is tougher than I thought, but I would probably choose Twister from this list. It's one of my guilty pleasure movies that I watch over and over again.

Independence Day would probably be second, followed closely by A Night To Remember in third.



We've gone on holiday by mistake
Day After Tommorow or Twister, not a great selection there
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I vote other and I mean other by voting for 28 Days Later
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I think the Independence Day and Others should be separate choices. They would eat each other votes.

By the way, I gave my vote to "Others" (not Independence Day) for "The Impossible".