18 Popular Hollywood Movies That Have Hilarious Titles in Other Countries

9It’s Raining Falafel

The much acclaimed animated movie “Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs” was tweaked in its title in Israel to Falafel! Simply because meatballs are not that popular there. So every Hebrew titles and posters changed it to falafel. But the meatballs in the movie remain unedited. Bizarre.

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It is Raining Falafel

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10Sexy Dance

The French are famous to single out anything which is remotely sexy, romantic or erotic and they sort of forget about all the rest. The same happened here in the first installation of “Step-up”. For the French, it was a sexy dance, end of the discussion.

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11Vaseline

This path-breaking, career-making movie starring Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta with their electrifying dance moves is a cult hit to this day. Yes, it’s “Grease” we are talking about, which derived its epistemology with the look John sported and reflecting his slick hair and reputation. But Argentina’s release decided to rename the iconic name to guess what….Vaseline.

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Vaseline

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12A Twin Seldom Comes Alone

This is the German translation of the movie title we all love “Parent Trap”. No wonder they got a bit too literal about the name. An adorable movie in which identical twin sisters who are separated from their birth due to parental estrangement meet again and plan to bring their warring parents together in a happy ending. Played by a single actress Lindsay Lohan, the German title writers seems to have gone a bit over the title.

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A Twin Seldom Comes Alone

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