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Of the movies 'Volcano' and 'Dante's Peak', which is more scientifically accurate?
In 1997, two volcano movies were released with big-name actors, Volcano and Dante's Peak. Both movies were fun to watch, but I'm curious, of the two gems of moviemaking, which were more ...
May 21 '13 at 22:32
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