From “Don’t Look Up” to “2012”, “Geostorm”, “Interstellar”, “The 5th Wave”, and many more movies alike, here are the 20 best natural disaster movies on Netflix that you can find right now, ranked from the best one to the worst one.
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…But before then, kindly take note that by the time you’ll be reading this article & in Netflix’s usual tradition, some of the movies listed here might not be available in your location, or even worse, completely removed from the platform, so just in case you couldn’t find some of them on your Netflix’s app.
And with that being taken note of, now let’s begin. #enjoy.
30 Best Natural Disaster Movies on Netflix Today
|Interstellar||2014||2h 49m||8.6/10 (1.9M)|
|I Am Legend||2007||1h 41m||7.2/10 (767K)|
|Don't Look Up||2021||2h 18m||7.2/10 (544K)|
|A Quiet Place||2018||1h 30m||7.5/10 (538K)|
|Oblivion||2013||2h 4m||7.0/10 (532K)|
|2012||2009||2h 38m||5.8/10 (382K)|
|The Mist||2007||2h 6m||7.1/10 (316K)|
|A Quiet Place Part II||2020||1h 37m||7.2/10 (237K)|
|Twister||1996||1h 53m||6.4/10 (200K)|
|Deep Impact||1998||2h 00m||6.2/10 (181K)|
|In the Heart of the Sea||2015||2h 2m||6.9/10 (142K)|
|Outbreak||1995||2h 7m||6.6/10 (132K)|
|Love and Monsters||2020||1h 49m||6.9/10 (131K)|
|Pompeii||2014||1h 45m||5.5/10 (113K)|
|The 5th Wave||2016||1h 52m||5.2/10 (112K)|
|Geostorm||2017||1h 49m||5.3/10 (111K)|
|The Core||2003||2h 15m||5.5/10 (103K)|
|Dante's Peak||1997||1h 48m||6.0/10 (93K)|
|Into the Storm||2014||1h 29m||5.8/10 (69K)|
|How It Ends||2018||1h 53m||5.0/10 (55K)|
|The Silence||2019||1h 30m||5.3/10 (47K)|
|Cargo||2017||1h 45m||6.3/10 (45K)|
|IO||2019||1h 36m||4.8/10 (35K)|
|The Wandering Earth||2019||2h 5m||5.9/10 (32K)|
|The Mist||2017||TV Series||5.4/10 (26K)|
|Awake||2021||1h 36m||4.9/10 (23K)|
|Pandora||2016||2h 16m||6.6/10 (7.8K)|
|Warriors of Future||2022||1h 52m||5.6/10 (6K)|
|High Water||2022||TV Series||7.2/10 (4.8K)|
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“Interstellar” is a 2014 science fiction film directed by Christopher Nolan. The movie is set in the near future when Earth is facing a catastrophic food shortage due to blight. A former NASA pilot turned farmer, Cooper is recruited to lead a mission through a wormhole to find humanity a new home in another galaxy.
Along with a team of scientists, Cooper sets out on a journey through the unknown reaches of space, and must navigate time, love, and the laws of physics to find a way to save humanity.
The journey takes them through strange and dangerous territories and forces the crew to face difficult moral and personal dilemmas. As they navigate the vast reaches of space, they encounter a mysterious entity that appears to be influencing their journey.
The film explores themes of love, loss, and the power of the human spirit to overcome incredible odds.
I Am Legend
“I Am Legend” is a post-apocalyptic science fiction film released in 2007. The movie is based on the novel of the same name by Richard Matheson. The film stars Will Smith as Robert Neville, a former U.S. Army virologist who becomes the last known human survivor in New York City after a virus has wiped out most of the population.
The virus transforms the remaining people into nocturnal, vampiric creatures. Neville spends his days trying to find a cure for the virus and surviving the attacks of the infected, who he refers to as “dark seekers.” He also has a loyal companion, a German shepherd named Sam. The film explores Neville’s isolation, his efforts to find a cure, and his relationship with Sam as he tries to find a way to survive and potentially save humanity.
Don’t Look Up
“Don’t Look Up” is a satirical science fiction disaster film directed by Adam McKay and released in 2021. The film follows two astronomers who go on a media tour to warn the public about an impending asteroid that is set to collide with Earth and cause widespread destruction.
However, the government and the media are reluctant to believe their warnings, leading to a race against time as the astronomers try to save the world from impending doom.
The film features an all-star cast, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothée Chalamet, Meryl Streep, and many others, and is known for its dark humor and commentary on societal issues such as misinformation and political inaction.
A Quiet Place
“A Quiet Place” is a 2018 science fiction horror film directed by John Krasinski. The film takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where most of humanity has been wiped out by creatures that hunt by sound. The remaining survivors, including a family of four, live in silence in order to avoid being hunted by these creatures. The family communicates through sign language and goes to extreme lengths to avoid making any noise.
The film follows the family as they struggle to survive and deal with unexpected challenges, all while trying to maintain their silence, uncover the mystery behind the monsters, and find a way to defeat them.
“2012” is a disaster movie released in 2009. The movie depicts a global catastrophic event that brings an end to the world as we know it. The film follows a group of people who are struggling to survive and escape the impending doom, as massive earthquakes and other natural disasters wreak havoc on the planet.
The main character, Jackson Curtis, a struggling writer, embarks on a journey to save his family and reach the safe zones that have been established by the government. The movie is filled with action and special effects, as the characters fight to survive in the face of the massive destruction taking place around them. Ultimately, the film raises questions about humanity’s place in the world and what we are willing to do to survive.
And that basically wraps it up for the top 30 best natural disaster movies on Netflix today, ranked from the best to the worst.
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