Best Tsunami Movies
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by Birsen Oray
Tsunami movies, which are among natural disaster movies, are most similar to volcano movies. You know beforehand that disaster is coming, but there is no way to prevent it. The only thing that can be done is to take precautions or run away if you have enough time. However, it is not easy to face such a great disaster.
Tsunami waves, which can reach even the coastal cities thousands of kilometers away from the source, reach the innermost parts of the cities and bring destruction with them. Since it is a type of natural disaster that has occurred in real life in the modern era, and even very recently, there are many video footage showing its progress and impact. These video footage has inspired some of the best tsunami movies made in the last few decades.
Some of the best tsunami movies are based on true stories, while some are purely fictional. However, when a natural disaster is in question, knowing that it can happen makes fictionalism realistic. The best tsunami movies, about the helplessness of human beings in the face of natural disasters and their struggle for survival, manage to draw the audience in with their successful acting performances. The tsunami and all kinds of natural disasters, which we wish never to happen in real life and hope to be limited to movies only, are unfortunately facts of life.
The best tsunami movies sometimes focus on the struggle for survival of a single person or family, and sometimes they describe a massive struggle for existence. Some of these best tsunami movies are about a tsunami from start to finish, while in others, the tsunami is part of a chain of disasters. In order to select the best tsunami movies, I reviewed the movies that gave an important place to the tsunami issue, and I identified the most prominent ones. While some stand out with their huge budgets, others are very successful movies with modest budgets. I have listed the best tsunami movies of all time for you. The best tsunami movies are the ones you can't take your eyes off of until the last scene.