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Translated Movies - Say What?

written by: thaibob
 
This should be an easy quiz to start with in this category. It seems that English words do not translate into foreign languages exactly as intended. Some are funny and these should be fairly easy. All of the wrong answers are real films.

Question 1:


From Israel we get this translation: "Super Horny". What's the real name of this film?
Supernatural
Superman
Superbad
Super Fly

Question 2:


Latin America gives us the title "When Brothers Meet," which kinda relates to the original, which is what?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Rain Man
Blues Brothers
Four Brothers
Step Brothers

Question 3:


It seems the Czech Republic had its own take on this movie since they called it "Santa Is A Pervert". What's the real name?
Secret Santa
The Santa Suit
Dear Santa
Bad Santa

Question 4:


This one from Spain should really be easy. They called it "Knight of the Night," but its true name is what?
The Dark Knight
Black Knight
A Knight's Tale
Knight and Day

Question 5:


Argentina used a little ingenuity to change this title to "Vaseline". What is it in English?
Slippery Slide
Slime
Grease
Jelly

Question 6:


Denmark came up with a beauty of a movie title - "The Boy Who Drowned in Chocolate Sauce". I don't think you'll have any problems figuring out the real title.
The Chocolate Soldier
The Dark Side of Chocolate
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Blood and Chocolate

Question 7:


From France we get the delightful title "Mom, I Missed The Plane" which should point you to what movie below?
Last Plane Out
Home Alone
No Trains No Planes
Last Plane to Baalbek

Question 8:


France also turned this "short" title into "The Young People Who Traverse Dimensions While Wearing Sunglasses". If you saw the movie and its sequels, recognition will come quickly. If not, guess.
Across the Universe
The Matrix
Young People Ask: How Can I Make Real Friends?
The Fourth Dimension

Question 9:


Finland's entry into this category is called "The Cop In Drag". Once again, if you've seen the film you'll catch it quick.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Big Momma’s House
Madea Goes to Jail
Tootsie
Mrs. Doubtfire

Question 10:


Another entry from France should be familiar to those of you that go a little overboard with fun making. It's called "Very Bad Trip".
The Hangover
Cocaine Angel
Heroine of Hell
Whiskey Business

 


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