(when talking about a perceved underapreciation of the US's importance in WW2)Now you know how the rest of the world feels about Hollywood’s version of WW2!
Fine mate, if you're happy with the distortion of history in the name of a good story, just don't get upset when someone produces a film that shows the US 3rd Army being beaten by the Volksturm and two SS men armed with broom handles after they are caught massacring surrendered civilian women and children - all factual lies of course, but some of the 'counter factual' historians would be only too glad to produce such pap as entertainmentSorry to disappoint you but I watch movies for entertainment not history lessons.
While I accept you are a mature individual that can differentiate between Hollywood and reality there are many people who can't. How many kids, if asked, for example would think that Telly Savalis alone saved the American front during the winter of 1944/45 after watching 'Battle of the Bulge'? or that American Rangers and Parras took on tiger tanks on D-day as in SPR? Or should we pass on 'Combat' (1950s or 60s TV show set in WW2) as history? because that's what’s happening.