The lifelong friendship between Rafe McCawley and Danny Walker is put to the ultimate test when the two ace fighter pilots become entangled in a love triangle with beautiful Naval nurse Evelyn Johnson. But the rivalry between the friends-turned-foes is immediately put on hold when they find themselves at the center of Japan's devastating attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
- Category:Action, Drama, History, Romance, War
- Stars:Kate Beckinsale, Ben Affleck, Michael Shannon, Jennifer Garner, Josh Hartnett, Cuba Gooding Jr., Colm Feore, Alec Baldwin, Tom Sizemore, Jon Voight,
- Director:Michael Bay,
- Writer:Randall Wallace
Danny Walker and Rafe McCawley have been friends since childhood. They learned to fly together and they both join the Army Air Corps as pilots well before the US enters World War II. In the midst of this love triangle comes to Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor with Rafe and Danny eventually assigned to Col. Jimmy Doolittle';s raid on Tokyo. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pearl Harbor torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Un bon film port par deux trs bons acteurs.
(nl) wrote: I....can't..... wait......!!!!
(us) wrote: This movie is just baffling and horrible. Another rip off in the name Narnia, what a wannabe. Do not watch this atrocity, what an abomination.
(nl) wrote: A spectacular, epic, tragic film. Yes, the plot could be compared to a soap opera, but so can most great tragedy, such as Hamlet, the Iliad, and the Oedipus plays. The costumes, the sets, the staging were all Zhang Yimou's best to date. In my opinion, he just keeps getting better. The elements of Chinese political philosophy are all here, too--individuals subordinated to the role of just one in a large lock stepped group, the primacy of one great dictator with absolute power, the ruthless crushing of any who deviate from this soul-killing uniformity to keep order in the state--all are here. A great film!
(jp) wrote: Truly horrible. One of the worst zombie movies ever made. Sure, it's extremely gory, but it has a horrible fucking story, no likable characters, and some of the worst camera work I've ever seen in a movie. Unless you enjoy seeing a zombie ripping a fetus out of girls womb and devouring it, avoid this movie like the fucking plague.
(ca) wrote: good actors.. Judi Dench very good as always
(ag) wrote: Hugh. Grant. Is. Fantastic. Plus he reminds me of me.This heartwarming tale about a dude who meets a kid and maybe learns some responsibility although we can't really tell because he probably really wanted to play guitar on stage.He's cool though and hot and his girlfriend is cool and hot and the characters are all fantastic and the soundtrack is fantastic.It's also BRITISH. I can see why it got 94%. I mean he has an Audi TT and they were pretty cool cars at the time. I think it's a TT.The duck thing is very human. The way that kid talks is very human. It's a very human movie. I think they should make a sequel where Hugh Grant's in his 40s and broke and trying to hook up with girls on Tinder.Dan Copping
(mx) wrote: More silly Disney family television crap, once again depicting American families in a blur of fantasy. Occasionally amusing, often stupid.
(es) wrote: It's a guy flick with lots of grunting & cryptic male communicaitons. It took many viewings for me to get it all. Crudup is volatile as Prefontaine with plenty of chemistry between the stars. Then there's the historical drama of the Olympics. I was there when they made this movie; Tom Cruise & Donald Sutherland came to Eugene for the premiere! It was raining, of course.
(nl) wrote: Not at all bad. Had multiple storylines that stay interesting and though kinda long, was still entertaining if nothing more than for the superior dialog.
(au) wrote: Julien Temple's stylized musical, which is set in the 1950s but was unmistakably made in the 1980s, features the very charming Patsy Kensit and some great musical numbers, particularly on involving David Bowie on a giant typewriter. Ray Davies also has a nice number about middle age set in an apartment building. Unfortunately, this film is lacking characters or a story you really care about. Compared to other brightly colored and stylized musicals like "The Umbrellas of Cherbourg" or even "Moulin Rouge!" it's severely lacking in these areas. The film also really loses it's way when the story takes a turn involving race riots and does not handle to tonal shift at all well. "Hairspray" would be an example of a film that starts out light and then takes on issues of race, but remains a well balanced film. Still, even simply watching the film as a stylish extended music video works and it's definitely a visual feast that is well worth watching. It's far from perfect, but it's a very unique film experience that is definitely a must see.
(nl) wrote: Screenwriter John Guare and director Louis Malle give tribute to people in transition, set to the back drop of a city in transition.
(br) wrote: Trashy sleaze w/ Wings Hauser in fine scummy form who'll fuck you up w/ his pimp stick..no wonder his character ended up in Terror in the Aisles
(es) wrote: This movie has a problem with its tone. The way in which it is written is not at all sympathetic towards the Mother, i can't tell if the filmmaker is supporting the murder or not. The way in which some hammy, dark humour is involved also makes Perfect Sisters a confusing watch. Are we supposed to laugh? This is a true crime story that could have easily been mistaken for a really shitty teen high school drama.
(au) wrote: Generally overlooked by most David Lean, it's closer to slapstick comedy, and nothing like Lean's other masterpieces of spectacle. As for Noel Coward fans, even he was displeased with the cinematic adaptation of his stage play. Dealing with seances, ghosts, and lingering spirits, but in a comedic way, the movie's centerpiece is the technical use of the camera, effectively moving around all around the mansion. Although negatively, this creates a lot of confusion about the layout and mapping of the home, and the audience does not feel exactly comfortable knowing the location.
(jp) wrote: Not as strong as the previous films, but the new locations and Sean Connery's performance are enough to make this sequel work.