One of the worst war movies I've seen is The Red Baron, a 2008 German war film. Here it is: That might not have seemed too bad, but compare what the Red Baron says in the movie to what he said in real life: "Aim for the man and don't miss him. If you are fighting a two-seater, get the observer first; until you have silenced the gun, don't bother about the pilot." "The duty of the fighter pilot is to patrol his area of the sky, and shoot down any enemy fighters in that area. Anything else is rubbish." "The aggressive spirit, the offensive, is the chief thing everywhere in war, and the air is no exception." "It is a pity that my collection of trophies contains not a single Russian." Doesn't really sound like the sort of guy who would land in the middle of a battle to have a merry little stroll with an enemy pilot, does he? Frankly, I find it disgusting that people are willing to completely misrepresent someone in order to make money... and possibly push an agenda. After all, they omit the fact that Werner Voss had a swastika (then a harmless good-luck symbol used in the French and American militaries as well), and, most suspicious of all, they don't even make mention of the fact that Wolfram von Richthofen was in charge of the bombings of Guernica, Warsaw, and Stalingrad during his Luftwaffe service in the 30s and 40s. What do you guys think are the worst war movies made?