Actually, Pearl Harbor is a good movie for sharpening claws on. It's one thing to make a bad movie if you're Ed Wood, with a shoestring budget and only your own imagination to rely on. It's another to create a historically inaccurate, romantically mawkish, overblown monstrosity when you have almost infinite resources to draw upon. Michael Bay cannot complain, "well, it's not what I visuallized, but I didn't have the money/assistance/time to get it right."
It would be a good basis for a drinking game, though. At various points (starting in the first minute), you can say, "All right, what would be the most cliched outcome for this situation or character? Here, we have a young boy climbing into an old grounded biplane and pretending to pilot it - what will happen? Yes, there in the corner - he will accidentally start the motor, and show amazing piloting skills in landing it? YOU ARE A WINNER! Take a drink (but I'd advise a small one, it's a long movie....)"