Producer: Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, Kenny Bates, K.C. Hodenfield, Jennifer Klein, Pat Sandston
Editor: Roger Barton, Mark Goldblatt, Chris Lebenzon, Steven Rosenblum
Casting: Bonnie Timmermann
Director Of Photography: John Schwartzman
Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer
Costume Design: Mitzi Haralson, Michael Kaplan
Executive Producer: Scott Gardenhour, Bruce Hendricks, Chad Oman, Mike Stenson, Barry H. Waldman, Randall Wallace
Production Design: Nigel Phelps
Sound: Christopher Boyes, George Watters II, Peter J. Devlin, Greg P. Russell, Kevin O’Connell
Visual Effects: Eric Brevig, John Frazier, Edward Hirsh, Ben Snow
Tagline: December 7, 1941 - A day that shall live in infamy
Genres: drama, history, romance, war
Categories: pearl harbor, doolittle raid, december 7 1941, aviation, imperial japan, year 1941, year 1942, world war two, air raid, aerial combat, hawaii, aircraft carrier, u.s. air force, pacific ocean, warship, best friend, missing in action, royal air force, navy base, battle of britain, male friendship, love triangle, bombing, melodrama, nurse, mission, franklin d. roosevelt character, japanese navy, admiral, fighter plane, fighter pilot, uss arizona, uss hornet, u.s. navy
Runtime: 183 min
Language: English, Japanese, French
Color: Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1
Sound Mix: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS, Dolby Atmos
David Nusair (Reel Film Reviews)
...a typically bloated Michael Bay production that squanders its few positive attributes over the course of a ludicrously padded-out running time...
Jami Bernard (New York Daily News)
Pearl Harbor is a bomb, make no mistake. But the movie is such a noisy, persistent bomb that it is guaranteed to draw a crowd.
Anthony Lane (New Yorker)
The effect of watching a Michael Bay film is indistinguishable from having a large, pointy lump of rock drop on your head. His new picture, Pearl Harbor, maintains the mood.
Joe Morgernstern (Wall Street Journal)
Pearl Harbor is a blockheaded, hollow-hearted industrial enterprise.
Andrew Sarris (Observer)
The best way to see the movie is as I did: expecting nothing and being pleasantly surprised, and strangely moved, by Mr. Bay's audacity in filming his lovers in end-of-the-world close-ups, however briefly.