Art and Tradition

Examples of Nature unleashes

What is it?

By nature unleashed , that subcategory of catastrophe films is known, whose main characteristic is that in the films that make it up, nature causes disasters. The magnitude of the latter can be large or small, affecting in the first case the entire planet or several countries and in the second a city or a single territory.


– San Andrés (Brad Peyton, 2015)

– In the eye of the storm (Steven Quale, 2014)

– The impossible (JA Bayona, 2012)

– Aftershock (Nicolás López, 2012)

– Melancholy (Lars von Trier, 2011)

– 2012 (Roland Emmerich, 2009)

– Poseidon (Wolfgang Petersen, 2006)

– The Day After Tomorrow (Roland Emmerich, 2004)

– AI Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg, 2001)

– Armageddon (Michae Bay, 1998)

– Deep Impact (Mimi Leder, 1998)

– Volcano (Mick Jackson, 1997)

– A Town called Dante “s Peak (Roger Donaldson, 1997)

– Twister (Jan de Bon, 1996)

– Earthquake (Mark Robson, 1974)

– The Poseidon Adventure (Ronald Neame, 1972)

– The Rains of Ranchipur (Jean Negulesco, 1955)

– “Hurricane over the island” (John Ford, 1937)

– San Francisco (WS Van Dyke, 1936)

– The last days of Pompeii (Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1935)

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