Indeed Hollywood has had a war against Poland and people of Polish ancestry.
Do stop your utterly pathetic whining. Here's a very partial list of Hollywood films where the villans are British but do you hear Brits whining about Hollywood fighting a war against them?
* Gone in Sixty Seconds
* Tango and Cash
* The Aristocats
* Alan Rickman in Die Hard (a case of an English actor playing a Germanic character with a slight accent), Help! I'm a Fish, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Quigley Down Under.
* Anthony Hopkins in The Silence of the Lambs6.
* Basil Rathbone in Anna Karenina, David Copperfield, Son of Frankenstein and The Mark of Zorro7
* Ben Kingsley in Sneakers.
* Betty Lou Gerson as the definitive villainess, Cruella DeVille in 101 Dalmations (see also American actress Glenn Close playing the same role for the live-action remake).
* Charles Dance in Last Action Hero.
* Christopher Lee in (among many others) Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and The Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
* Claude Rains in Notorious8.
* David Bowie in Labyrinth and The Last Temptation of Christ (in which all the non-Roman biblical characters are played by Americans).
* Dougray Scott in Mission: Impossible 2.
* George Sanders in Rebecca and Walt Disney's The Jungle Book.
* James Mason in North by Northwest , Salem's Lot and The Verdict.
* Jeremy Irons in Die Hard With a Vengeance (where again, it's an English actor playing a Germanic character), The Lion King and The Time Machine.
* John Lithgow in Cliffhanger and Shrek (American actor hamming as British, though Lithgow has also played his fair share of homegrown villains, too).
* Jonathan Hyde in Jumanji
* Joss Ackland in Lethal Weapon 2 (British actor, South African accent!)
* Pam Ferris in Matilda
* Patrick Stewart in Conspiracy Theory
* Peter Cushing in Star Wars9 (an example of the Imperialism mentioned above being used as short-hand to differentiate between the old order (Jedis and the Empire) and the new (the Rebellion Alliance).
* Pierce Brosnan in Mrs Doubtfire10.
* Ray Milland in Dial M for Murder.
* Richard Attenborough in Jurassic Park (although his character in the film version was much more benign and unconsciously dangerous than in the books).
* Sir Ian McKellen in X-Men11
* Steven Berkoff in Beverly Hills Cop.
* Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (alongside Richard O'Brien and Patricia Quinn, both sporting East-European accents).
* Timothy Dalton in The Shadow.
* Tom Wilkinson in Rush Hour.
More about Hollywood and the British:
Mel Gibson's'Patriot' will be the bracingly anti-British story of an American general in the War of Independence, Francis Marion, who fights a brilliant guerilla war against the evil British invaders. When the movie's historians discovered that in real life Marion raped his slaves and hunted Red Indians for sport they changed his name to Benjamin Martin. Yet one thing stayed the same; the movies' 'baddies' are, as usual, the treacherous, cowardly, evil, sadistic Brits.