You would have to be unbelievably sad and delusional to come up with a film like this. It is quite simply the worst example of Hollywood tosh to ever be screened. Avoid it like the plague.
It has been said that the film doesn't claim to be based on a true story ... so why did the film's producers ignore a request to make it CLEAR that it was a work of fiction? Only AFTER the film had been slated did the screenwriter come out with the mind-numbingly stupid quote "It was a distortion ... a mercenary decision ... to create this parallel history in order to drive the movie for an American audience. Both my grandparents were officers in World War II, and I would be personally offended if somebody distorted their achievements." It's a shame he didn't think of the blindingly obvious BEFOREHAND.
What next? A film in which the US Cavalry defeats Napoleon at Waterloo ... or perhaps the US Navy could defeat the Spanish Armada? Maybe the US Air Force could win the Battle of Britain single-handedly?
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