What movie has City in it?
Film Titles with a City, Town, or Street in the Title
- Chicago (2002) PG-13 | 113 min | Comedy, Crime, Musical.
- Mulholland Drive (2001) R | 147 min | Drama, Mystery, Thriller.
- Main Street (1956)
- Main Street (2010)
- Gangs of New York (2002)
- Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
- Philadelphia (1993)
- The Philadelphia Story (1940)
What state is famous for a movie titled after its largest city?
Portland—Oregon’s largest city—has been a major shooting location for filmmakers, and has been featured prominently in the films of Gus Van Sant, namely Mala Noche (1985), Drugstore Cowboy (1989), My Own Private Idaho (1991), and Elephant (2003).
Why do movie titles change in different languages?
Why are movie titles so different in their original language from their translations? – Quora. Because the studio has decided the titles don’t convey the meaning of the original language, or the studio has decided a direct translation won’t sell well. For instance, Die Hard becomes Stirb Langsam in German – Die Slowly.
Why are movie titles translated?
Have you ever thought about how movie titles are translated across the globe? Titles are the first thing the audience comes across when movies are released, so it is vital that translated movie titles convey the message in a faithful yet catchy and creative way.
Which Bruce Willis film was marketed in China with the plot spoiling title he’s a ghost?
In places like China and Poland film titles can become so literal that the entire plot is spoiled. For example, the 1999 supernatural thriller Sixth Sense has one big twist that no audience would see coming – that is unless you watched it in China where it was called (spoiler alert) ‘He’s a Ghost’.
What was the matrix called in France?
Also Known As (AKA)
|(original title)||The Matrix|
|Hong Kong (Cantonese title)||22世紀殺人網絡|
What is superbad called in Spanish?
English original: Superbad. Spanish translation: Supercool. English meaning: Supercool. So bad it’s cool.
Is Hollywood a city or a town?
city of Los Angeles
Hollywood is a district within the city of Los Angeles, whose name is synonymous with the American film industry. It is also called Tinseltown.