Each year, I take the time to show my students the movie "Pearl Harbor" (well, at least the 45 minute battle scene). It is mostly reflection based, and includes a primary source activity of comparing FDR's "Day of Infamy" speech and the speech that President Bush gave after September 11th.
This is adapted from a worksheet I found some time ago, but I extended the page load from 2 to 4 pages, and adjusted much of the wording. That's why I'm offering it for free :)
Because I have 50 minute class periods, I normally do: Day 1 - War Begins, Day 2 - Pearl Harbor Movie, Day 3 - Pearl Harbor and Immediate Aftermath. I use this worksheet for days 2 and 3. Day 1 they watch the movie, and answer the guiding questions on page 1. I decided to do reflection questions because I wanted them to focus on watching the movie. I then have them do the rest of the pages on Day 3. Alternative: Put page 3 first and have them fill it out before watching the film.