Volcano (1997)

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Volcano
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TitleVolcano
Year1997
CountryUSA
GenreAdventure (Movies)
CollectionDisasters
Run Time1h 43 min
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In downtown Los Angeles, an earthquake strikes. Michael Roark, the director of the city’s Office of Emergency Management, insists on coming to work to help out with the crisis even though he has been on vacation with his daughter Kelly. His associate notes that the quake caused no major damage, but seven utility workers are later burned to death in a storm drain at MacArthur Park. As a precaution, Roark tries to halt the subway lines near the location of the earthquake. Los Angeles MTA Chairman Stan Olber opposes this move, believing that there is no threat to the trains. Geologist Amy Barnes believes that a volcano may be forming beneath the city; however, she has insufficient evidence to make Roark take action.

The next morning, Barnes and her assistant venture in the storm sewer to investigate. While they take samples, another earthquake strikes. Barnes’s assistant is killed when she falls into a crack that is later engulfed by a rush of hot gases. A subway train derails underground, and power is knocked out across the city. In the La Brea Tar Pits, volcanic smoke and ash billow out, followed by lava bombs that ignite several buildings. Roark helps injured firefighters out of the area. Moments later, a newly-formed underground volcano erupts from the tar pits and lava begins to flow down Wilshire Boulevard. The lava incinerates everything in its path and kills two firefighters. Roark and Kelly become separated, and Kelly is injured when a lava bomb badly burns her leg.

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Cast:

Anne Heche Anne Heche
Dr. Amy Barnes
Gaby Hoffmann Gaby Hoffmann
Kelly Roark
Don Cheadle Don Cheadle
Emmit Reese
Jacqueline Kim Jacqueline Kim
Dr. Jaye Calder
Keith David Keith David
Police Lieutenant Ed Fox
John Corbett John Corbett
Norman Calder

In downtown Los Angeles, an earthquake strikes. Michael Roark, the director of the city’s Office of Emergency Management, insists on coming to work to help out with the crisis even though he has been on vacation with his daughter Kelly. His associate notes that the quake caused no major damage, but seven utility workers are later burned to death in a storm drain at MacArthur Park. As a precaution, Roark tries to halt the subway lines near the location of the earthquake. Los Angeles MTA Chairman Stan Olber opposes this move, believing that there is no threat to the trains. Geologist Amy Barnes believes that a volcano may be forming beneath the city; however, she has insufficient evidence to make Roark take action.

The next morning, Barnes and her assistant venture in the storm sewer to investigate. While they take samples, another earthquake strikes. Barnes’s assistant is killed when she falls into a crack that is later engulfed by a rush of hot gases. A subway train derails underground, and power is knocked out across the city. In the La Brea Tar Pits, volcanic smoke and ash billow out, followed by lava bombs that ignite several buildings. Roark helps injured firefighters out of the area. Moments later, a newly-formed underground volcano erupts from the tar pits and lava begins to flow down Wilshire Boulevard. The lava incinerates everything in its path and kills two firefighters. Roark and Kelly become separated, and Kelly is injured when a lava bomb badly burns her leg.

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