Top 10 Mind Blowing Movies to Watch Like Daylight

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Rob Cohen’s 1996 movie Daylight is a mind-bending movie. Starring Sylvester Stallone in the prime role of Chief Kit Latura, this movie will thrill you every minute. Chief Latura is a disgraced former chief of the rescue service. He is present at the spot when Holland Tunnel is caught up in an explosion. As both ends of the tunnel get sealed, only the Chief knows how to save the lives.

This movie is a big, efficient mindless thriller which makes it a great watch. Here’s a list of 10 movies if you like Daylight.

Vertical Limit

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Martin Campbell’s 2000 movie, Vertical Limit, is a tense and suspenseful watch. Annie Garrett is trapped near the summit of K2. And she radios to the base camp for help. So, Brother Peter brings together a team to help Annie and her team. However, they don’t have time as they wage war against the catastrophe. This is an emotionally charging action-adventure ride.

Poseidon

Wolfgang Peterson’s 2006 Poseidon is a classic disaster movie. Terror strikes the people celebrating the New Year’s Eve on a luxurious cruise liner, Poseidon. Set in an apocalyptic world, this movie is a must-watch for its fantastic sound and visual effects.

Deepwater Horizon

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Peter Berg’s 2016 movie brings you another disastrous expedition. The story of Deepwater Horizon is set in the offshore drilling rig of the same name. Moreover, this movie covers the tale of the worst oil spill in the records of U.S. history.

San Andreas

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Dwayne Johnson starrer movie, San Andreas, brings to you a calamity wrought by a massive earthquake. It tears California asunder. Ray, a rescue-chopper pilot, and his ex-wife are in search of their daughter amidst this disaster. This movie has some genuinely sensational visuals and sound effects, which makes it a phenomenal watch.

Metro

Anton Megerdichev brings you an action/thriller movie as terror hits the Moscow underground train system. The collapsed tunnel floods and the citizens find themselves trapped. The chaos and mayhem in this movie will chill you to the core.

Cliffhanger

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Renny Harlin’s 1993 movie, Cliffhanger, about an expert climber. Gabe Walker returns to a peak where he had lost his friend a year ago. Gabe is here to rescue a group of stranded climbers. But soon he learns that they are a group of thieving hijackers.

Volcano

Mick Jackson’s 1997 movie brings you a fast-paced emotional ride after a volcano ruins the lives of people in LA. This is a high-intensity disaster tale that will grip your attention from the start to the end.

The Finest Hours

Craig Gillespie’s 2016 movie delivers a fully immersive cinematic experience. This is a heroic action-thriller of the U.S. Coast Guard’s most daring sea rescue. The scenes of peril and suspense will keep you hooked to the movie.

The Perfect Storm

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Wolfgang Peterson’s 2000 drama presents to you a real account of a destructive storm. The ship of Captain Billy Tyne and his crew have the most frightening experience when aboard the Andrea Gail. This movie is highly acclaim for its visual effects.

The Towering Inferno

Directed by John Guillermin, this 1974 movie is simply one of the great disaster movies ever made. A fire breaks out in the world’s tallest skyscraper, which kicks off the events in the film. This movie will keep you at the edge of your seat the whole time.

These cinematic accounts weigh in on the intensity of threat posed by natural or human-made disasters. The compelling visuals and nail-biting tension make these movies a must-watch. Make sure you watch them all. 

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