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The German translators thought they were quite punny with this one.
Either way, there must have been a big high five in the room when they thought it up. But that's the decision German translators made when handling the 1998 Pixar gem “A Bug's Life”."Straight in the balls" has a less heroic ring to it than the official title, “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story”.The film charts Peter La Fleur's (Vaughn) struggles to raise the money to save his Average Joe's gym by competing in unusually high-paying dodgeball tournaments, and taking a few balls to the nuts in the process. I believe a horse kicked me - Animal House Perhaps the strangest interpretation on the list as no horse kicking actually takes place in "National Lampoon's Animal House" and its depiction of American fraternity life.The idea of a horse kicking someone is obviously just comedy gold in Germany. But the death was so slow that 20th Century Fox decided to drag it out over a 25-year, five-part franchise. " decided that brevity is not in fact the essence of wit when choosing the title, Die unglaubliche Reise in einem verrückten Flugzeug. Twilight: Bite till dawn - Twilight The Twilight films, based on Stephenie Meyer's book series, were a phenomenon that catapulted Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart to stardom as neurotic, vampire-human couple Edward Cullen and Bella Swan.The John Landis-directed gross-out comedy, featuring John Belushi and an emerging Kevin Bacon, received mixed reviews when it was released in 1978, but has now turned into one of the biggest cult comedies of all time. The first film in this franchise featured beloved British actor Alan Rickman as maniacal German villain Hans Gruber, who definitely didn't die slowly after falling to his death from a skyscraper. The unbelievable journey in a crazy plane - Airplane! “The unbelievable journey in a crazy plane” isn't the latest TV show your toddler is addicted to, but a very literal German interpretation of this 1980 American disaster comedy's narrative. The first film in the franchise that made vampires “cool” again came out in 2009 in Germany with the additional title Biss zum Morgengrauen or “Bite till Dawn”.