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'Into the Storm' is the latest natural disaster movie to turn the sky into a weapon. As the film hits theaters, let's look back at 8 memorable ways movies have turned falling skies against us.
This 1995 disaster movie unleashes a lot of weather-related hell upon its human characters, especially hail, class-5 tornados and, naturally, cows.
What's scarier than an underwater creature with a mouthful of steak knives? Sharks raining from the sky. Oh, and Tara Reid's acting. But mostly, sharks.
Roland Emmerich's 2003 disaster epic weaponizes global warming as heroes Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal must, ahem, weather another ice age.
Watch out for raining, hot magma! When a volcano erupts in the middle of Los Angeles, it's up to Tommy Lee Jones to stop it -- and not get crushed by falling lava rocks.
Not even an Aerosmith power ballad can save you from a rogue comet, as it shotgun-blasts our cities with meteors the size of Volkswagens.
In 1998, 'Deep Impact' TKO'd its rival, 'Armageddon,' by having its rogue comet punch Earth's ocean, wiping out the Eastern seaboard with the ensuing tidal wave.
Aliens don't really fall from the sky in Spielberg's 2005 thriller, but they do ride bolts of space lightning down into their Tripods! (Stay classy, Martians.)
Nothing quite ruins your leisurely ride with your tauntaun across a frozen wasteland like an Imperial Probe Droid falling from the sky.