I don't like it. I mean just look at it......a "depiction of a WW2 pacific jungle campaign with a Napoleonic-Civil War style firing line? Cannons booming like it came from a scene from the battle for Austerlitz? If we didn't know any better, I'd say the U.S. and Philippine flags were enemies of each other (another suspected "marxist" artist doing his subliminal subterfuge?).... and the Defenders of Bataan & Corregidor Association paid good money for this piece of junk?
About the only more or less accurate thing here is the death march (again, as usual). That's all people ever know about it, so that's just one of the themes they'll get right. Well there's that "Pearl Harbor" scene which I believe was supposed to represent corregidor. About the only thing going for it is that train pulling cattle cars filled with prisoners, owing to the fact that they managed to preserve one of these cars or at least one that looked like them.