Analysis Of The Movie Pearl Harbor

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The film I chose was Pearl Harbor being directed by Michael Bay and was released in the United States on May 25th, 2001. Pearl Harbor was a theatrical run-through of the events that took place prior to, during and after the attack happened on the United States at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941. These attacks ultimately led us to join in the war and declare war on Japan. The film Pearl Harbor was a plot based on two Army pilots who, while fighting a war, fall in love with a woman, mourned the loss of a great friend and found love again. Although not receiving the best review from critics, the movie was a box office hit. The portrayal of the events are vivid and realistic in the film Pearl Harbor, however, most parts are dramatized to keep the viewer engrossed. The attack on Pearl Harbor was an unforgettable day in history and directly affected the United States involvement in World War Two and the patriotism of the United States’ citizens.
There are numerous inaccuracies in this film. I will begin with the fact that the Japanese did not stage a “sneak attack” on the United States. First war warnings were coming in as early as November 26th 1941. Japanese diplomats were
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The film being viewed as extremely in-accurate by many critics, however, watching the film makes a viewer more understanding of the events that occurred that day. I felt it was a great depiction of the attack which occurred against our naval fleet and aircrafts; ultimately leading us to declare war against Japan. The producers do their best to keep your interest since the movie is very long. Adding the love story aspect was a great plot follower, because who in war times wants to be alone? So as Roosevelt’s most famous saying goes “Yesterday, December 7th, 1941 –A date that will live in infamy-“. Remembering Pearl Harbor is easy, but understanding the attacks is difficult to

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