"Behold, the Passion of the Bay!"19 February 201341 mins
The Critic reviews Pearl Harbor (2001). He tears it apart for its poor writing and insulting portrayal of the United States military of WWII. His biggest criticisms are for the performance of Ben Affleck, said clumsy writing by Randall Wallace (likening it to the Star Wars prequels), the horrendous and entirely fictional romance, and director Michael Bay's complete misunderstanding of the historical event the film was based on.
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