Continuing the "Month of Love", the Critic reviews Michael Bay's shameful 2001 adaptation of Pearl Habor. He critiques Bay's lack of loyalty to source material and how he portrays our men in uniform, while at the same time, we get an up close and personal look into the life of Michael Bay and how he rose to fame. Written by
Did You Know?
The skits about Michael Bay
claim he directed pornography before his career as a movie director. Actually, Bay directed music videos before movies. See more
Our heroes are played by Ben Affleck, pre-director days, so you can hate him all you want, and Josh Hartnett, who, if his eyes were any more squinty, would have to see through his eyelids. They're under the command of Colonel Doolittle, played by Alec Baldwin, pre-I-had-too-much-pie but not post-I-need-to-seriously-stop-eating-the-goddamn-pie. It's ironic because he plays a person based on a real-life colonel and yet he's probably the most cliched character in the entire movie.