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  • Pearl Harbor (2001)

    • J.D. Schultz
    • 8/30/10

    A life-long lover of WWII history in print and on screen, I found this to be the WORST war film ever made. It seems that all too often, the farther we get from wars, the crappier film accounts of them are. Exceptions: Most UK stuff, Glory, All Quiet On the Western Front (both versions) Go for Broke, Tuskegee Airmen, Tora Tora Tora & The Longest Day. Films made during the war were propagandistic, but often authentic, particularly those based on printed accounts of real people. Egomaniacal Patton and MacArthur both seemed real. I detested "Pearl Harbor" because it was pure fiction, childishly written and poorly acted. The cheesy special effects of two Junior Birdmen flying razor-back P-40s between buildings & shooting down Jap raiders looked less authentic than Luke Skywalker dropping a bomb down the chimney in the Death Star. No woman looked like a 1941 bombshell and none of the military men had 1941 hair cuts.

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