Movies That Prove the Coronavirus is Not the Worst Disaster

Coronavirus Movies


1997 / Drama, Action

What to do if a volcano woke up in a city with a population of several million people? Run, of course. But first, find someone who can help you do it right.

The Impossible

2012/Drama, Thriller/USA, Thailand

The film is based on real events that took place in 2004 in Thailand. At the center of the story is a family separated by a sudden natural disaster.

Dante’s Peak

1997 / Adventure, Thriller, Action / USA

The charming Pierce Brosnan plays a volcanologist who believes that a catastrophe is about to happen (but, as usual, no one believes him). However, the disaster really happens in the town of Dante’s Peak, where a volcano that has been dormant for many years begins to erupt.


2017 / Thriller, Sci-Fi, Action / USA

The film is about how an attempt to control the weather can go sideways for humanity. Since the governments of the largest countries in the world have created unique technology to prevent natural disasters, an unexpected failure in the system causes a global cataclysm on the planet.

Into the Storm

2014 / Thriller, Action / USA

In the US, tornadoes, and tornadoes appear very often, so local residents are used to these phenomena. The film tells about how a small town is experiencing an “invasion” of several dozen tornadoes at once, as well as a team of brave hunters for this natural phenomenon.


1998 / Adventure, Action

A cult film directed by Michael Bay and starring Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck. However, a giant asteroid is moving towards the Earth, which will definitely destroy all life on our planet. To prevent an imminent catastrophe, NASA experts came up with a plan to split the space block into two parts.

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