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Movie analysis: Pearl Harbor

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McCawely Rafe (Ben Affleck) and Danny Walke (Josh Hartnett) are young pilots And they work for the American air weppon. Rafe and Danny has grown up together so They are like brothers.
Rafe is falling in love in a nurse called Evelyn Johnson, she is working for the American navy. But When Rafe has to went to the British air weppon, everything is changing. And In That torque Danny and Evelyn has to go to the base of Pearl Harbor navy. But the thing They do not know Is that 120 japanese bombplanes is going to destroy Pearl Harbor.
This is a movie about love and war. The film takes place in 1941, Hawaii / Pearl Harbor and it is based on a real event.Danny Walke (Josh Hartnett) is a young boy, and he love airplanes. He is a very friendly person, he cares about the people who is close to him. And he want to be a hero. He has Rafe McCawley as a idol. He is the same character During the whole movie, or maybe he is changing a little bit the end of the movie. He is getting being something like a "hero".
Rafe McCawley (Ben Affleck) he dont want Danny get into Trubble or somethings who is dangerous. He is like a big brother for Danny.
When Rafe had to went to the British air weppon, Danny wanted to follow him. But Rafe told Danny to stay at the American air weppon, Because it was more safe there. Rafe is changing character in the middle of the movie.

There is one thing I love with this movie, or I can not say That I love it, Because it was When Danny die, and just a second before he die Rafe tell Danny That Danny is going to be a father.
The movie is VERY GOOD! I love it, I have seen it 24 times, just because it is a story beautyfuil bothering with war and love. And I love films with war. I really recommend this movie to others, Because it is worth to see! I promise you.
Idon't want to say so much about the movie, Because it is not fun to look at it then. You need to see the story by yourself.

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