My Favorite Movies About Nature

Many are the times that we want to watch old movies and you feel that your brains will just blow out of your head out of boredom. However, this article will help you know My Favorite Movies about Nature. If you love nature and science, or you just want a little extra knowledge about nature, you will get the movies that talk about that here.

Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972).
This Movie is one of the movies that will give you an experience you would otherwise not get to see anywhere else. The film takes you into the Andes region in the middle and south America and exposes you to great faces and images. This haunting masterpiece is ageless. The crew aboard a raft are trying to get to the Gold City, El Dorado city. The movie takes you on a mesmerising journey into the depth of madness focusing primarily on the mood setting, images and the atmosphere. when you first see this film, the costumes and the effects seem amateur, however, you later realise that they make it superior. It also adds to the authenticity and the artistry of the movie.

127 Hours (2010)
This movie features a true story of a mountain climber, Aron Ralston, in his adventure to save himself after a boulder fell and crushed his arm and trap him in a canyon in Utah. Throughout his five-day journey, he examines his life and also recalls his family, friends and also lovers and other two hikers he met before the accident.

Koyaanisqatsi (1982).
When you watch this movie, you have to take for yourself what Koyaanisqatsi means, others will take it as an environmental film and others would be moved deeply with it. The movie looks at the world and in specific the effect of man on the environment and landscape. The film portrays the world in a pristine condition and untouched endless vistas, beautiful landscapes and the blue skies, without narration. This artificial world is much less appealing. This movie is one of the richest regarding cinema experience anyone would possibly wish to have.

The Grey (2011).
Six oil workers are led by one skilled huntsman, John Ottway, into the wild for survival after their aeroplane crashed in Alaska on their way home. However, a pack of wolves haunts their every step. Only seven of them survive after the pack of wolves attacked them one by one. This movie is realistic in a setting filled with the real threats facing real people. It is also invigorating to see the theme play out well in the Alaska wilderness rather than a world of zombies or a space ship, in a sense, this movie is realistic. You will like this film if you are after a good acting in a scenic with lots of other scaring moments.

The 11th Hour (2007).
As the economy expands, it comes with pollution with it. This movie points out the current status of the earth and the actions that will revive it. It provides a basis for the education needed to make the necessary changes to get a healthy planet. It provides a distress call for the future of our world and also for the environment. It is the best movie that educates on the social responsibility and gives the feasible options to avert the global climate change.

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