Didn't mean to misrepresent your opinion with the short quote- I should have stated that I was more or less backing you up. My illustration was meant for those who might be thinking- "hey, what's wrong with making Titanic style drama out of historic events where lots of people die?"Originally posted by brandon
If you read the entire post then that's basically what I said, to quote just the first part is a bit unfair don't you think. I never took Pearl Harbor as a historically correct film, because it wasn't even close. My point was that people bought into it even though it didnít do anybody that was involved, living or passed on any justice. I never defended him in any way, I only stated something that was true, most of his films are blockbusters, regardless if they are good movies or not. Read the last two parts before you jump down my throat about it. Peace out.
The in my opinion says it all.
Actually, I think Titanic did go the extra mile in treating those that died with a great deal of dignity- unlike Pearl Harbor!