What was your favorite part??

United States
February 5, 2007 9:42am CST
I am a big softie when it comes to a good love story. I thought Pearl Habor was one of them. It was just a beautiful movie. I really can't say I have just one favorite part. All of it was good.
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@joseelmo (12)
• Philippines
17 May 07
My favorite movie part was when the the guy states "there is nothing more stronger than the heart of a volunteer" or something like that.
• United States
2 May 08
That is a great part, involving Doolittle's raiders who raided Tokyo before crash landing in China. Which cheered us all up. My favorite part is when the Jap surprise attack on us and the Pacific Fleet has woken us all up. That was a horrible part. That really touched my heart big time. Also the aftermath really.
• United States
10 Sep 07
pearl harbor is by far my all time favorite movie.. I dreaded watching it when my husband asked me to years ago.. just the thought of a war movie makes my skin crawl i was trying everything icould htink of to avod watching it. but within the first 15 minutes of waching it i paused it got into my pjs for comfort got some snacks and shut the ringer off on my pphone i did not wanna get disturebed.. lol i do this everythime i watch it now. which i tend to pop it in every so often to wathc... i loved everything about it.. i blubbered like a baby thorugh lots of it too i got over giggly when there were romantic happy parts.. it was such a good movie it has a little bit of evrytin in it.. ihavent seen it in about 2 months maybe ill pop it in tonight before bed ...
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@renace (1)
• Philippines
16 Jun 07
i do like everything in it.good package of movie.imagine ive been watching it again and again almost 10x.its really a great movie,isn't it?
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• United States
2 May 08
The movie PEARL HARBOR, the 60th Anniversary Edition, was the romance. For the most part, it was a terrible part when we the guys were surprised by the Japs attacking us and our Pacific Fleet. I had to view the entire aftermath. That part really touched my heart, big time. The other part when the Doolittle guys went on B-25s taking off from the Carrier Hornet to bomb Tokyo that cheered me up and then crash landed into China. One of us guys were killed by Jap patrols. But the rest of us survived. All of us were awarded by President Roosevelt for our heroisms. I really enjoyed this movie a lot.