Best Hollywood Disaster Movies Of All Time List

Here i am going to create a list of Best Hollywood Disaster Movies Of All Time. Please Vote and Comment your reviews.

Best Hollywood Disaster Movies Of All Time List

1. Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World

Thor: The Dark World: Hollywood Movie

2. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest: Hollywood Movie

3. Iron Man 2

Iron Man 2

Iron Man 2: Hollywood Movie

4. Iron Man

Iron Man

Iron Man: Hollywood Movie

5. Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America: The First Avenger: Hollywood Movie

6. Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange: Hollywood Movie

7. The Towering Inferno

The Towering Inferno

Classic 1970s disaster motion picture about a fire that breaks out in a best in class San Francisco tall structure during the opening ceremony attended by a host of A-list guests. An exhausted fire boss and the structure’s engineer must collaborate in the battle to save lives and quell alarm while a degenerate, cost-slicing contractual worker attempts to dodge duty regarding the calamity.

The Towering Inferno: (1974)

8. Titanic (1997)

Titanic (1997)

James Cameron’s “Titanic” is an epic, action-packed romance set against the disastrous launch of the R.M.S. Titanic; the unrivalled delight of the White Star Line and, at the time, the biggest moving item at any point fabricated. She was the richest liner of her period – the “ship of dreams” – which eventually persisted 1,500 individuals to their demise in the super cold waters of the North Atlantic in the early hours of April 15, 1912.

Titanic (1997): Hollywood Movie

9. Melancholia


A planet rushes toward an impact course with Earth. Two sisters, one of them attempting to recoup from an overwhelming episode of depression and a failed marriage, adapt to their predetermination in totally different manners.

Melancholia: (2011)

10. The Poseidon Adventure

The Poseidon Adventure

In transit from New York City to Greece on New Year’s Eve, majestic passenger ship the S.S. Poseidon is overwhelmed by a tsunami. With the chief (Leslie Nielsen) dead, enduring travellers, including the energetic Rev. Scott (Gene Hackman), gather as one in the ship’s assembly hall. The gathering battles to turn away flames, flooding, auxiliary flimsiness and mechanical glitches as they clear their path through a labyrinth of stepping stools and passages in their urgent endeavour to get away from a watery grave.

The Poseidon Adventure: (1972)

11. Contagion


At the point when Beth Emhoff (Gwyneth Paltrow) comes back to Minnesota from a Hong Kong excursion for work, she attributes the malaise she feels to jet lag. In any case, after two days, Beth is dead, and doctors reveal to her stunned spouse (Matt Damon) that they have no clue what killed her. Before long, numerous others begin to display similar indications, and a worldwide pandemic detonates. Specialists attempt to contain the deadly organism, yet society starts to fall as a blogger (Jude Law) fans the flares of neurosis.

Contagion: (2011)

12. Dante’s Peak

Dante’s Peak

Volcanologist Harry Dalton (Pierce Brosnan) and Mayor Rachel Wando (Linda Hamilton), at long last persuade the unbelieving masses that the enormous one is going to hit and that they have to empty promptly, just to find her two kids have gone up the mountain to get their grandma. With Earth’s clock hustling against them, they should safeguard the children and grandmother before the spring of gushing lava detonates in a rage of fire and debris a million times more dominant than a nuclear bomb.

Dante’s Peak: (1997)

13. Airplane!


This parody satire takes shots at the huge number of disaster films that were discharged during the 70s. At the point when the travellers and crew of a jet are weakened because of food contamination, a rebel pilot with a drinking issue must help out his ex-girlfriend turned stewardess to carry the plane to a protected landing.

Airplane!: (1980)

14. Airport


In this huge gathering catastrophe film, Mel Bakersfield (Burt Lancaster), the head supervisor of a Chicago-region air terminal, must battle with an enormous blizzard and different issues, both business-related and individual, while the troubled D.O. Guerrero (Van Heflin) takes steps to explode an aircraft. As pilot Vernon Demerest (Dean Martin) endeavours to quiet Guerrero down and discourage him from setting off explosives on the plane, tensions increase in the air and on the ground, and danger is imminent.

Airport: (1970)

15. The Wave

The Wave

A geologist leaves on an excursion so as to inspect beautiful mountain passes in Norway. Be that as it may, things take a turn when he gets trapped in an 85-meter savage tsunami.

The Wave: (2015)

16. The Perfect Storm

The Perfect Storm

In view of a genuine story, the film recounts the valiant people who chance their lives each working day, pitting their fishing boats and salvage vessels against the fanciful powers of nature. Their worst fears are realized at sea on Halloween of 1991 when they are faced by three seething climate fronts which suddenly crash to deliver the best, fiercest storm in current history – “The Perfect Storm.”

The Perfect Storm: (2000)

17. Only the Brave

Only the Brave

Through expectation, assurance, penance and the drive to secure families and communities, the Granite Mountain Hotshots become one of the most tip-top firefighting groups in the United States. While a great many people run from the risk they run toward it, looking out for lives, homes and everything individuals hold dear while producing a special fraternity that comes into the center with one game-changing fire in Yarnell, Arizona.

Only the Brave: (2017)

18. Pompeii


In 79 A.D., Pompeii, a clamouring port city, remains in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Milo (Kit Harington), a previous slave, is a warrior who has gotten the attention of Cassia (Emily Browning), a rich trader’s little girl. Be that as it may, their distinction in economic wellbeing isn’t the main impediment to their affection; Cassia has been guaranteed to Corvus (Kiefer Sutherland), a degenerate Roman representative. At the point when the emission of Mount Vesuvius downpours magma and debris down on the city, Milo races to save her before it’s too late.

Pompeii: (2014)

19. A Night to Remember

A Night to Remember

The sinking of the Titanic is displayed in a profoundly reasonable manner in this strained British show. The fiasco is depicted to a great extent from the point of view of the sea liner’s subsequent official, Charles Lightoller (Kenneth More). In spite of various admonitions about ice, the ship cruises on, with Capt. Edward John Smith (Laurence Naismith) propping it up at a consistent clasp. At the point when the bound vessel, at last, hits a chunk of ice, the team and travellers discover that they lack enough lifeboats, and tragedy follows.

A Night to Remember: (1958)

20. The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow

After climatologist Jack Hall (Dennis Quaid) is to a great extent disregarded by U.N. authorities while displaying his ecological concerns, his research demonstrates genuine when a tremendous “superstorm” creates, setting off calamitous cataclysmic events all through the world. Attempting to get to his son, Sam (Jake Gyllenhaal), who is caught in New York with his companion Laura (Emmy Rossum) and others, Jack and his team must go by foot from Philadelphia, overcoming the components, get to Sam before it’s too late.

The Day After Tomorrow: (2004)



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