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STREET BEAT: ‘Do movies focusing on natural disasters prompt you to be more prepared?’

Compiled by Shawnte Passmore and Gary McCarthy outside TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.

Briana Claiborne North Hollywood “If I knew that a natural disaster was coming I would try to prepare myself for it. But if I was to watch a movie, it would make me want to prepare for anything that was coming.”
Briana Claiborne
North Hollywood
“If I knew that a natural disaster was coming I would try to prepare myself for it. But if I was to watch a movie, it would make me want to prepare for anything that was coming.”
Khadija Chandler North Hollywood “Well, ‘Twister’ was always my favorite movie and it never made me feel like, ‘Oh, I should get ready.’ It just made me realize, I’m glad I don’t live in Oklahoma.”
Khadija Chandler
North Hollywood
“Well, ‘Twister’ was always my favorite movie and it never made me feel like, ‘Oh, I should get ready.’ It just made me realize, I’m glad I don’t live in Oklahoma.”
Rob Carter Baltimore “Although I don’t live in an area where there are many natural disasters, … I do kind of ask myself, ‘How should I prepare for those kinds of events?’”
Rob Carter
Baltimore
“Although I don’t live in an area where there are many natural disasters, … I do kind of ask myself, ‘How should I prepare for those kinds of events?’”