Pearl Harbor ist ein US-amerikanischer Film des Regisseurs Michael Bay aus dem Jahr , der zur Zeit des Angriffs der Japaner auf Pearl Harbor und des. Pearl Harbor in der Filmgeschichte. Der Überfall auf Pearl Harbor wurde zu einem nationalen Trauma, das zahlreiche Filme provozierte. Stars wie John. Sie trösten sich gegenseitig und verlieben sich ineinander, da taucht Rafe wieder auf - einen Tag vor dem Angriff der Japaner auf Pearl Harbor. Beeinflusst vom.
Hollywood: Pearl Harbor in der FilmgeschichteIn dem Kriegsepos Pearl Harbor spielen Ben Affleck und Josh Hartnett zwei befreundete Soldaten, die die gleiche Frau lieben. Sie trösten sich gegenseitig und verlieben sich ineinander, da taucht Rafe wieder auf - einen Tag vor dem Angriff der Japaner auf Pearl Harbor. Beeinflusst vom. Pearl Harbor ist ein US-amerikanischer Film des Regisseurs Michael Bay aus dem Jahr , der zur Zeit des Angriffs der Japaner auf Pearl Harbor und des.
Film Pearl Harbor Menu de navigation VideoJapanese attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor Pearl Harbor () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Pearl Harbor. (8,) IMDb 3 h 3 min X-Ray PG HD. Experience the date that would 'live in infamy' in this powerful tale set during the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor () Pearl Harbor. PG | 3h 3min | Action, Drama, History | (USA) | Trailer. 2 VIDEOS | IMAGES. A tale of war and romance mixed in with history. The story follows two lifelong friends and a beautiful nurse who are caught up in the horror of an infamous Sunday morning in Powered by JustWatch "Pearl Harbor" is a two-hour movie squeezed into three hours, about how on Dec. 7, , the Japanese staged a surprise attack on an American love triangle. Its centerpiece is 40 minutes of redundant special effects, surrounded by a love story of stunning banality. Share your videos with friends, family, and the world.
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User Polls Aloha! Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Ben Affleck Rafe McCawley Josh Hartnett Danny Walker Kate Beckinsale Evelyn Johnson William Lee Scott Billy Greg Zola Anthony Fusco Ewen Bremner Red Alec Baldwin Doolittle Jaime King Betty as James King Catherine Kellner Barbara Jennifer Garner Sandra Jon Voight President Roosevelt Cuba Gooding Jr.
Doris 'Dorie' Miller Michael Shannon Gooz Wood Matthew Davis Joe as Matt Davis Mako Edit Storyline Pearl Harbor is a classic tale of romance set during a war that complicates everything.
Taglines: Buy War Bonds - Keep him flying! Edit Did You Know? Trivia The scenes placed on the Japanese and American aircraft carriers were filmed on the U.
Lexington CV aircraft carrier museum in Corpus Christi, Texas. The museum aircraft on the deck of the carrier were removed and replaced with authentic Zero fighters, Grumman TBF Avengers, and World War II-era anti-aircraft cannons on the deck.
Goofs When the casket is carried out from the airplane by Ben Afflek there's is a zoom-in on his Hamilton Kakhi wristwatch which is not running at all.
Quotes Gooz : Red, do you think they are making us do this because we are young and dumb? Oorlogs drama. Engels Japans.
Verenigde Staten. Affleck, Ben Ben Affleck. Hartnett, Josh Josh Hartnett. Beckinsale, Kate Kate Beckinsale. Gooding Jr. Voight, Jon Jon Voight.
President Franklin D. Baldwin, Alec Alec Baldwin. Kolonel James Doolittle. Sizemore, Tom Tom Sizemore. Zola, Greg Greg Zola.
Bremner, Ewen Ewen Bremner. Tre mesi dopo Evelyn e Danny cominciano a sviluppare sentimenti reciproci; incoraggiata dalle sue amiche infermiere a continuare la sua vita e a guardare avanti, Evelyn va da Danny, che la porta a vedere il tramonto in volo sul suo aereo, un Curtiss P40 Warhawk.
Da quella sera i due cominciano una relazione, dopo un'iniziale insicurezza di Evelyn. Poco tempo dopo, precisamente il 6 dicembre, Evelyn scopre di essere incinta.
La sera stessa si presenta alla sua porta Rafe, rivelandole di essere sopravvissuto al suo incidente aereo solo grazie all'amore che prova per lei e al desiderio di rivederla ancora una volta.
Rafe se ne va e viene accolto con piacere dai suoi compagni piloti allegri al bar Hula. All'alba del giorno successivo, il 7 dicembre , la marina giapponese inizia il suo attacco a Pearl Harbor.
L'USS Arizona viene affondata quando una bomba che colpisce la nave causa la detonazione della riserva di munizioni sulla prua della stessa, sollevandola letteralmente fuori dall'acqua.
L' USS Oklahoma si capovolge dopo che alcuni siluri la colpiscono, intrappolando centinaia di uomini all'interno. L'USS West Virginia subisce gravi danni.
Una bomba ferisce mortalmente il capitano Mervyn S. Il cuoco Dorie Miller, senza addestramento con armi da fuoco, carica una mitragliatrice di calibro 50 12,7 mm e distrugge un aereo giapponese.
L'USS Nevada tenta di prendere il largo per salvarsi, ma ottiene solo di diventare un obiettivo primario durante la seconda ondata.
Danny e Rafe si allontanano in cerca di un campo di volo ancora in piedi, mentre Evelyn e le altre infermiere corrono all'ospedale. Le infermiere lottano per dare un trattamento di emergenza a centinaia di feriti.
Rafe e Danny riescono levarsi in volo su due P Dopo avere causato lo schianto reciproco di quattro aerei giapponesi e averne fatto colpire un altro dal fuoco di terra, i due abbattono altri due aerei nemici, causando in tutto la distruzione di sette Zero giapponesi.
Il giorno successivo, il presidente Franklin Delano Roosevelt chiede al Congresso degli Stati Uniti di dichiarare lo stato di guerra contro l'Impero del Giappone.
I sopravvissuti frequentano un servizio commemorativo per onorare i numerosi morti, tra cui infermiere e piloti. Al loro arrivo in California, Danny e Rafe sono entrambi promossi a capitani e viene loro assegnata la Silver Star.
Rafe shocks Evelyn by saying that he has joined the Eagle Squadron and is leaving the next day. During a mission to intercept a Luftwaffe bombing raid, Rafe is shot down over the English Channel and is presumed killed in action.
Evelyn mourns his death and turns to Danny, which spurs a new romance between the two. Meanwhile, Japan prepares to attack the US fleet for cutting off their oil supply.
On the night of December 6, Evelyn is shocked to discover Rafe standing outside her door, having survived his downing and spending the ensuing months trapped in Nazi-occupied France.
Rafe, in turn, discovers Danny's romance with Evelyn and leaves for the Hula bar, where he is welcomed back by his overjoyed fellow pilots.
Danny finds a drunken Rafe in the bar with the intention of making things right, but the two get into a fight. They drive away, avoiding being put in the brig when the military police arrive at the bar.
The two later fall asleep in Danny's car. Next morning, on December 7, the Imperial Japanese Navy begins its attack on Pearl Harbor.
The US Pacific Fleet suffers severe damage in the surprise attack, and most of the defending airfields are obliterated before they are able to launch fighters to defend the harbor.
Rafe and Danny manage to take off in P fighter planes, and are able to shoot down several of the attacking planes.
The next day, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivers his Day of Infamy Speech to the nation and requests the US Congress declare a state of war with the Empire of Japan.
The survivors attend a memorial service to honor the numerous dead. Later, Danny and Rafe are both assigned to travel stateside under newly promoted Lt.
Colonel Doolittle for a secret mission. Before they leave, Evelyn reveals to Rafe that she is pregnant with Danny's child and intends to stay with Danny for the child's sake, but she reassures him that he is the one she will always truly love.
Upon their arrival in California, Danny and Rafe are both promoted to Captain and awarded the Silver Star , and volunteer for a secret mission under Doolittle.
During the next three months, Rafe, Danny and other pilots train with specially modified B Mitchell bombers. Their mission: bomb Tokyo , after doing so they will land in allied China.
The mission is successful, except at the end Rafe and Danny's plane crashes. They are held at gunpoint by Japanese soldiers. A gunfight ensues, and Danny is mortally wounded shielding Rafe before the group are rescued by Chinese soldiers.
Rafe tearfully reveals to Danny that Evelyn is pregnant with Danny's child; with his dying breaths, Danny tells Rafe that it is his child now.
After the war, Rafe and Evelyn, now married, visit Danny's grave with Evelyn's son, named Danny after his biological father. Rafe then asks his stepson if he would like to go flying, and they fly off into the sunset in the old biplane that Rafe's father once owned.
Although not intended to be an entirely accurate depiction of events, the film includes portrayals of several historical figures:.
Also controversial was the effort to change the film's rating from R to PG Bay initially wanted to graphically portray the horrors of war and was not interested in primarily marketing the final product to a teen and young adult audience.
However, even though he wanted to make an R-rated movie, Bay admitted that the problem was that young children would not be able to see it, and he felt that they should.
As such, when he was ordered by Disney to make a PG movie, he didn't argue. As a compromise, he was allowed to release an R-rated Director's Cut on DVD later on in Budget fights continued throughout the planning of the film, with Bay "walking" on several occasions.
Dick Cook, chairman of Disney at the time, said "I think Pearl Harbor was one of the most difficult shoots of modern history.
In order to recreate the atmosphere of pre-war Pearl Harbor, the producers staged the film in Hawaii and used current naval facilities.
Many active duty military members stationed in Hawaii and members of the local population served as extras during the filming.
The set at Rosarito Beach in the Mexican state of Baja California was used for scale model work as required.
Formerly the set of Titanic , Rosarito was the ideal location to recreate the death throes of the battleships in the Pearl Harbor attack. Production Engineer Nigel Phelps stated that the sequence of the ship rolling out of the water and slapping down would involve one of the "biggest set elements" to be staged.
Matched with computer generated imagery, the action had to reflect precision and accuracy throughout. The vessel most seen in the movie was USS Lexington , representing both USS Hornet and a Japanese carrier.
All aircraft take-offs during the movie were filmed on board the Lexington , a museum ship in Corpus Christi, Texas. The aircraft on display were removed for filming and were replaced with film aircraft as well as World War II anti-aircraft turrets.
The first trailer was released in and was shown alongside screenings of Cast Away and O Brother, Where Art Thou? The original version of the trailers used music from The Thin Red Line.
However, due to a rights issue with 20th Century Fox , the music was substituted with music from the film itself, when the trailers were released on the DVD.
Disney chose to premiere the film inside Pearl Harbor itself, aboard the active nuclear aircraft carrier USS John C.
Stennis , which made a six-day trip from San Diego to serve as "the world's largest and most expensive outdoor theater".
More than 2, people attended the premiere on the Stennis, which had special grandstand seating and one of the world's largest movie screens assembled on the flight deck.
The film was ranked the sixth highest-earning picture of The film was released on VHS and DVD on December 4, The film was also released in as an R-rated four disc Director's Cut DVD, which included about a minute of additional footage.
Pearl Harbor received mostly negative reviews from critics. The site's critical consensus reads: " Pearl Harbor tries to be the Titanic of war movies, but it's just a tedious romance filled with laughably bad dialogue.
The minute action sequence is spectacular, though. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film one and a half stars, writing: " Pearl Harbor is a two-hour movie squeezed into three hours, about how, on Dec.
Its centerpiece is 40 minutes of redundant special effects, surrounded by a love story of stunning banality. The film has been directed without grace, vision, or originality, and although you may walk out quoting lines of dialogue, it will not be because you admire them.
Would going to war restore the fuel sources? Did they perhaps also have imperialist designs? Movie doesn't say.
Werner Herzog 's Aguirre, the Wrath of God didn't cost as much as the catering in Pearl Harbor , but it is an epic, and Pearl Harbor is not.
Scott of the New York Times wrote, "Nearly every line of the script drops from the actors' mouths with the leaden clank of exposition, timed with bad sitcom beats.
In his review for The Washington Post , Desson Howe wrote, "although this Walt Disney movie is based, inspired and even partially informed by a real event referred to as Pearl Harbor, the movie is actually based on the movies Top Gun , Titanic and Saving Private Ryan.
Don't get confused. They're nice kids and all that, but they don't exactly claw madly at one another. It's as if they know that someday they're going to be part of "the Greatest Generation" and don't want to offend Tom Brokaw.
Besides, megahistory and personal history never integrate here. There are startling point-of-view shots of torpedoes dropping into the water and speeding toward their targets, and though Bay visualizes it all with a minimum of graphic carnage, he invites us to register the terror of the men standing helplessly on deck, the horrifying split-second deliverance as bodies go flying and explosions reduce entire battleships to liquid walls of collapsing metal.
In his review for The New York Observer , Andrew Sarris wrote, "here is the ironic twist in my acceptance of Pearl Harbor — the parts I liked most are the parts before and after the digital destruction of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese carrier planes" and felt that " Pearl Harbor is not so much about World War II as it is about movies about World War II.
And what's wrong with that? Like many historical dramas , Pearl Harbor provoked debate about the artistic license taken by its producers and director.
National Geographic Channel produced a documentary called Beyond the Movie: Pearl Harbor  detailing some of the ways that "the film's final cut didn't reflect all the attacks' facts, or represent them all accurately".
The film was ranked number three on Careeraftermilitary. Many surviving victims of Pearl Harbor dismissed the film as grossly inaccurate and pure Hollywood.
In an interview done by Frank Wetta, producer Jerry Bruckheimer was quoted saying: "We tried to be accurate, but it's certainly not meant to be a history lesson.
The inclusion of Affleck's character in the Eagle Squadron is another inaccurate aspect of the film, since active-duty U.
One of the film's scenes shows Japanese aircraft targeting medical staff and the base's hospital.
Although it was damaged in the attack, the Japanese did not deliberately target the U. Critics decried the use of fictional replacements for real people, declaring that Pearl Harbor was an "abuse of artistic license.
Taylor , who took to the skies in P Warhawk aircraft during the Japanese attack and, together, claimed six Japanese aircraft and a few probables.
Taylor, who died in November , called the film adaptation "a piece of trash The harshest criticism was aimed at instances in the film where actual historical events were altered for dramatic purposes.
For example, Admiral Kimmel did not receive the report that a Japanese midget submarine was being attacked until after the bombs began falling, and did not receive the first official notification of the attack until several hours after the attack ended.
The scene following the attack on Pearl Harbor, where President Roosevelt demands an immediate retaliatory strike on the soil of Japan, did not happen as portrayed in the film.
Admiral Chester Nimitz and General George Marshall are seen denying the possibility of an aerial attack on Japan, but in real life they actually advocated such a strike.
Another inconsistency in this scene is when President Roosevelt who was at this time in his life, stricken and bound to a wheelchair due to Polio is able to stand up to challenge his staff's distrust in a strike on Japan, which never really happened.
The portrayal of the planning of the Doolittle Raid , the air raid itself, and the raid's aftermath, is considered one of the most historically inaccurate portions of the film.Aaron Stanford with Dog. Next Guy in Line 1 Will Gill Jr. Gooz Wood Matthew Davis