Natural disasters are those elements of weather we hope to never have to deal with but unfortunately they do happen. If we have to deal with them, we certainly don't want to while on vacation like the Henry, Maria and their three children did in 'The Impossible.'

Based on a true story that sets in Thailand with thousands of people caught in one of the worst natural catastrophes that happened in December of 2004. A fun loving vacation turned nightmare as a family is swept away from the tsumani.

The film stars Naomi Watts (nominated best actress) and Ewan McGregor and directed by J.A. Bayona.

The film runs about 113 minutes and is rated PG-13.

Let's get to the review so you can get in the know before you go, my brother Brett Martin (a long-time member of the BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics Association). He has interviewed nearly every A-list movie star in the past 10 years). This review as well many others are available for you, click on his name.