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Pearl Harbor II: Pearlmageddon (2001)

December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor: it's not the Japanese air force killing people on the beach but the shards of a giant meteor, headed for Earth. FDR gets the bad news from an aide, calls an ... See full summary »

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Matt Ripley
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December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor: it's not the Japanese air force killing people on the beach but the shards of a giant meteor, headed for Earth. FDR gets the bad news from an aide, calls an emergency meeting, and sends for Matt and his crew of drillers. But how will they get to the hurtling rock? And, if the meteor does break into smaller pieces, where will they land, and will that create any political problems for the President? A subplot has Gwen torn between her two loves, Matt and Ben. Is a sequel in the works? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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December 7, 1941 - It Was A Sunday Morning... (in Japan it was a Monday afternoon) See more »

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Was shot with one of the same Panavision 24P high definition cameras used to shoot Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002). See more »

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Aide: Sir, there's urgent news coming in from Pearl.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt: [whispering] Tell her, the affair is *over*.
Aide: Not Bailey, sir. Harbor.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt: Harbor? I barely know her!
[laughs]
Aide: *Pearl Harbor*, sir.
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Film opens with the caption "Michael Bruckheimer and Jerry Bay present" before the title. See more »

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Spoofs The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) See more »

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At Least an Asteroid Won't Kill Us All
Written & Performed by Robert Moniot
Copyright 2002 Built-D Media, LLC
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BRILLIANT!!!!!
28 May 2004 | by (Billings, MT) – See all my reviews

Saw this short on Cinemax. I absolutely adored it! I've read a lot of the other comments about this film and they talk about how insulting it is to veterans and blah-blah. Well that's just crap. The intention of the film is to deliver a much deserved slam to Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer (two of the worst filmmakers in all of film history) and their all style/no substance $100 million action flicks. And to this point the short succeeds impressively. With scenes of quick back-and-forth, genre-distilling moments ("I'm the smartest man on your panel who never speaks up unless the world is in terrible danger..."), Ben Affleck is blown up by a piece of asteroid. Funny, funny stuff. But more then funny, it's down-right clever. Congratulations Mr. Moniot, you just got yourself a fan! 10 out of 10


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