With the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor on Wednesday, here are 10 movies that you can watch during the anniversary.

  • 1

    Pearl Harbor (2001)

    Set during the time of the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, two childhood friends are caught up in the events that draw the United States into World War II. Together, they enlist in the US Air Force and soon enough they both become involved with the same woman.

  • 2

    Midway (1976)

    The film chronicles the Battle of Midway, a turning point in World War II in the Pacific. The Imperial Japanese Navy had been undefeated until that time and out-numbered the American naval forces by four to one.

  • 3

    Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)

    This film accurately recreates the events that led to the Japanese attack on the American naval base during World War II.

  • 4

    Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

    Hacksaw Ridge uses a real-life pacifist's legacy to lay the groundwork for a gripping wartime tribute to faith, valor, and the courage of remaining true to one's convictions.

  • 5

    Sands of Iwo Jima (1950)

    A dramatization of the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima.

  • 6

    Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)

    A powerfully humanistic portrayal of the perils of war, this companion piece to Flags of our Fathers is potent and thought-provoking.

  • 7

    PT 109 (1963)

    This World War II adventure chronicles the real-life courage of President John F. Kennedy when he was a Navy lieutenant and Commanding Officer of the illustrious PT 109, a Patrol Torpedo boat stationed in the Solomon Islands.

  • 8

    The Caine Mutiny (1954)

    When a U.S. Naval captain shows signs of mental instability that jeopardizes the ship, the first officer relieves him of command and faces court martial for mutiny.

  • 9

    Empire of the Sun (1987)

    A young English boy struggles to survive under Japanese occupation during World War II.

  • 10

    The Thin Red Line

    Terrence Malick's adaptation of James Jones' autobiographical 1962 novel, focusing on the conflict at Guadalcanal during the second World War.

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