7 Best Natural Disaster Movies

In this article, I will list the 7 Best Natural Disaster Movies which will you definitely gonna love and you can watch here the trailer also.

Titanic (1997)


Titanic Movie remains the best historical American romance and tragedy film to date. It not only describes a romantic yet sad tale of love between Jack and Rose condemned by the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, but it also shows a terrible shipwreck that actually occurred in 1912. The giant Titanic ship hit an iceberg that resulted in the death of over 1500 people including the captain and ship attendants. Perhaps the most tragic moment is where Rose is forced to abandon Jack’s hands to save her life, losing their relationship in disaster. It is recognized as one of the most significant marine disasters of all time. The film reflects the turning point of Leo and Kate Winslet’s acting career and helps them gain worldwide acclaim at an early age. Titanic received major critical and commercial success following its publication on 19 December 1997. This was nominated for 14 Academy Awards and was at the time the highest-grossing movie ever. In comparison, Titanic is one of the best films focused on real-life events and will certainly encourage many.

The Impossible (2012)

the impossible

The Impossible is an English-Spanish language disaster drama film released in 2012. It worked out of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed over 225,000 people in 11 Asian countries. This film was based on true events about a family who somehow survived in Thailand during the tsunami. The film recreates not just the damage and suffering caused by the tsunami but also an intimate tale about the boyfriend, father, and children’s love in the agony of separation. The family reunion scenes also will make you break into tears. It features British cast Naomi Watts, Tom Holland, and Ewan McGregor. The Impossible received praise for its direction and its success after the release, and mainly the astonishing act of Naomi Watts who was nominated for many best awards nominations, including Best Actress nomination in Academy Award.

Crawl (2019)


The Crawl was released in theaters by Paramount Pictures in the United States on 12 July 2019. It is set from 5th Hurricane landing on Florida ‘s coast. This is one of the biggest storms to hit the US with a wave of 30 m high and wind of 250kph. The film stars Kaya Scodelario and Barry Pepperas a daughter and father who, after getting trapped in their home during the hurricane, is hunted by alligators along with their dog. This low-budget movie had a good 83 percent on rotten tomatoes and a worldwide gross of $91.5 million. The performances of the ensemble lead were widely praised by both reviewers and audiences, especially Scodelario’s. Crawl really takes the horror movies to the next level, with the perfect combination of vivid sound and bombastic visuals. In the summer of 2019, it was rated as the best movie.

Twister (1996)

Twister Movie

Twister is one of the most successful horror films of the 1990s. The story centers around Dr. Jo (Helen Hunt), a storm chaser who is very much involved in dangerous tornadoes. Finally, she and her colleagues developed a tool for calculating the strength of tornadoes. Then they try to do an Oklahoma experiment but things didn’t go exactly as they planned. While not so much enjoyed the cast’s performances, Twister nonetheless received a whopping $495 million worldwide earnings, being the second-highest-grossing 1996 film after the hit Independence Day. The movie was greeted with a mixed negative reaction, for its script and appreciation for its visual effects. Twister won Best Visual Effects and Best Sound nominations for the Academy Award but lost each to Independence Day and The English Patient respectively.

The Day After Tomorrow (2004)


The Day After Tomorrow is an American Sci-fi movie that was released in 2004 and written, directed, and produced by Roland Emmerich. This is based upon Art Bell and Whitley Strieber ‘s book The Next Global Superstorm. Climate change in the world is a critical topic that attracts a great many filmmakers. That’s why Director Roland Emmerich did The Day After Tomorrow. This film focuses on a weather researcher, Professor Adrian, trying to rescue his son, Sam, from New York while the city is suffering the weather effects. He is the only one who turns the North back whilst everyone goes south to flee the disaster. The movie gained tremendous acclaim from the public since its release, with around $600 million at the box office. The most spectacular scene the film leaves is the moment that a snowstorm covered the Statue of Liberty.

2012 (2009)

2012 Movie

2012 is known as the mother of all the natural disaster movies which was released in 2009 and directed again by Roland Emmerich. Based on ancient Mayan of Doomsday Predictions, the film reflects not only on an area’s natural catastrophe or devastation, but on a series of events such as tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanoes … that are triggering the death of billions of people on Earth. With a $200 million high-budget production, 2012 was closely concentrated on every aspect, especially in visual effects that produced many stunning and amazing scenes. Besides the fascination with social consciousness, the film left 2 questions for the audience: Which is the most essential thing to you in life? And who would you like to spend your final moments with? Though the film raised concerns about the long duration, 2012 was one of the best natural disaster movies in general. It grossed more than $769 million worldwide and became the fifth highest-grossing 2009 film.

Geostorm (2017)

Geostorm Movie

Geostorm released in 2017. In his feature film directorial debut it was directed, co-written, and co-produced by Dean Devlin. The film sets Earth as a threat to human life in the devastating climate change. Governments around the world have come together to create a network of satellites to protect the Earth from natural catastrophes. Such satellites can influence the atmosphere, the wind, and then create the desired weather effect if they decide to alter the weather. This method causes a lot of serious repercussions though. Such satellites were increasingly destroying and triggering a number of natural disasters around the world. While the North American market got low coverage in the early days of release, the worldwide box office Geostorm was already great-welcomed.


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