The History Channel's "One Hour over Tokyo" and "Unsung Heroes of Pearl Harbor" provide depth that Bay's movie lacks, and Charles Kiselyak's interactive timeline is arguably the finest feature included, providing an in-depth historical perspective on U.S.-Japan relations. Even a brief reenactment of a Pearl Harbor nurse's journal is moving in a way that Bay's film can only try to be, while the "Interactive Attack Sequence" provides a multifaceted exploration of the entire production process (a highly educational feature for aspiring filmmakers). All in all, these four discs offer an admirable balance between Bay's technically impressive but ill-conceived epic and a thorough, fitting tribute to those who endured hell on that fateful Sunday in 1941. --Jeff Shannon
It's an excellent movie on a more personal side of the war, how it affects 3 lives. Also, excellent actors!Published 2 months ago by Whodat
Good Moovie nice quality and for the French Canadian its a VFQ track. :)Published 3 months ago by maxime paquin
Outstanding movie, picture and sound quality, special effects and acting. The extra features and behind-the-scenes footage were well done. Highly recommend.Published 4 months ago by Kathy McGowan
My wife loves this movie and had to get it once we bought a blue ray player. We're looking forward to watching it on our 70" TV with a 9.2 sound system with 11 speakers!Published 4 months ago by David Z.
This Blu-Ray is NOT the Director's Cut version, which was previously released in the 4-disk set.Published 5 months ago by Asa Quon