The Second World War
The Second World War II is film created by Steven Speilburg solely based on saving a transvestite soldier called Ryan. He needed his Privates to be saved. It stars many famous actors such as Tom Cruise, Bob Marley and Adolf Hitler.
The film took seven years to make (1938-1945) although there was a lot of preparation pre 1938. It all started when Tony Blair declared war on Steven Speilburg's Nazi filmcrew in Germany. Fortunately for us, most of it was filmed with superb directing and is broadcast 23 hours a day on the History Channel
The Second World War II can be bought on a 6 hour special edition DVD boxset from amazon.com for only £29.99 ($1Billion USD). It contains 1 disc with the entire film on it and another with hours of deleted scenes (Such as the Nazis making UFOs and recordings of the horrific Rabbi slaughter in Auschwitz)
In the opening scene, Tom Cruise is seen driving a motorbike along the beach of Normandy, firing Cruise missiles at German tanks. Then Bob Marely comes in with his trusty AK-47 and cries out "Yeeeeah mon" and goes on a rampage. Hitler is then seen to fly a Star Destroyer and unleash one thousand Tie-Fighters
Bin Laden makes a minor appearance as a French rebel and blows himself up along with half of the Hitler Youth Club
When filming World War II, Japan for no apparent reason unleashed an army of toy robots on Pearl Harbour . The assault was brutal and America lost many ships to these devastating toy robots. This made President Bush angry so he created false documents stating Japan had weapons of mass destruction so he could use his weapons of mass destruction to nuke Hiroshima.
It is rumoured that Steven Spielburg is teaming up with Team America to create a sequel based in Iraq, staring Saddam as Allah and George Clooney as G.I Joe (Based on the action figure)
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