The Second World War II

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The Second World War II is a film created by Steven Spielberg solely based on saving a transvestite soldier called Chris. He needed his Privates to be saved. It stars many famous actors such as Sean Paul, Tom Cruise, Bob Marley and Adolf Hitler.

A photo of the German raid of London 1941.

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's Fourth Reich Land. Fortunately for us, most of it was filmed with superb directing and is broadcast 23 hours a day on the History Channel. Michael Bay is the featured commentary on the 2006 release of the special edition box set. It's been rumored that there will be several sequels but with Barrack Obama's presidency taking hold it is highly unlikely.

The Film[edit]

The Second World War II can be bought on a 6-hour special edition DVD boxset from for only £29.99 (US$1 billion) or a herd of fire ants if you are in Zimbabwe. It contains 1 disc with the entire film on it and another with hours of deleted scenes (such as the Nazis making UFOs at Oktoberfest 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. Suddenly, Rommel bursts out of the sand and sics rabid desert foxes on Tom. Then Bob Marley comes in with his trusty AK-47 and cries out "Yeeeeah mon" and goes on a rampage. Hitler is then seen flying a Star Destroyer and unleashing one thousand Tie-Fighters

Your momma makes a minor appearance as a French rebel and blows herself up along with the manwhore you call hitler.

How it Began[edit]

Oh shit. Well, I was drunk at the time, but let's see what I can remember. The place of the cardboard tanks, Poland, was lookin' ripe and juicy. So Mr. Stalin and I, we knew we wanted a piece. Being good Christians, we decided to split it. So, after we split Poland, Great Britain and France were all, like, WHAT THE FUCK? So we realized, God damn it, we should have given Britain a piece (No one cares about France, especially since they didn't even invent the goddam fries). Well, at this point, Britain was mad as hell. So we kicked their asses. The French, we just turned Poland's cardboard tanks on them and we were done. The Wii was getting pretty hot, so we signed up with Japan. But, that's when we were fucked. See, Shigeru Miyamoto bitchslapped the American President, so then America went to town on them. All that was left of Japan were those little Raman instant noodle cups. I say good tradeoff. Anyway, since America was into ass-kicking at this point, you can guess what happened next. And no, the answer is not Iraq. I said ass-kicking, not getting their asses handed to them. Let's just say that to this day, German children can still sometimes feel a cold, red white and blue boot up their rectum.

After many years of making Germany, France's bitch, Germany chose the "chosen one" Adolf Hitler, to man up, very unfortunate because hitler as a kid had a pussy grade motovation level.


Japanese soldiers scouting Pearl Harbour.

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. This made President Bush angry so he created false documents stating Japan had weapons of mass destruction so he could nuke Hiroshima. Raptor Jesus was called to the scene, for purpose of 2nd opinion. The US Army thought about calling Jesusasaurus Rex, but the idea was later tossed aside.

This was a big blow to Japan, as the Playstation factory was burnt to a cinder. This had a big impact on the economy, since 72% of Japan's economy relies on Playstation 2 sales.


It is rumoured that Steven Spielberg is teaming up with Team America to create a sequel based in Iraq, starring Saddam Hussein as Hitler and George Clooney as G.I Joe (based on the action figure).

See Also[edit]

World Wars
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