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30th Aug '16 8:39:30 AM someoneintheshadow456
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* ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire'' was hated by Indian people, due to its obliviousness to the Bollywood cliches that were in it. Elsewhere the reception was almost universally positive, where it won 8 UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s (including "Best Picture"), and the film currently has a 94% rating on Website/RottenTomatoes.

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* ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire'' was hated by Indian people, due to its obliviousness to the Bollywood cliches that were in it.it and [[UnfortunateImplications stereotypical portrayal]] of India as a poverty ridden hellhole. Elsewhere the reception was almost universally positive, where it won 8 UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s (including "Best Picture"), and the film currently has a 94% rating on Website/RottenTomatoes.
16th Aug '16 3:35:01 PM PrincessGwen
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* Korean animation is barely known outside of South Korea (apart from international co-productions or stuff appealing to a very dedicated demographic. ''The King of Pigs'', for instance, which is quite beloved among fans of adult WesternAnimation), however, there is a specially big {{Hatedom}} in Japan, who see it as Koreans ripping off their own animation.

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* Korean animation is barely known outside of South Korea (apart from international co-productions or stuff appealing to a very dedicated demographic. ''The King of Pigs'', for instance, which is quite beloved among fans of adult WesternAnimation), however, there is a specially an especially big {{Hatedom}} in Japan, who see it as Koreans ripping off their own animation.



* As beloved as ''Franchise/JamesBond'' may be around the world, there 2 notable films that aren't well received outside of Britain.

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* As beloved as ''Franchise/JamesBond'' may be around the world, there 2 are two notable films that aren't well received outside of Britain.



** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' was universally loved in its native UK but received a [[BrokenBase mixed reception]] in the US. Some American critics disliked how the film tried to tie together the events of the previous Daniel Craig movies, making it seem like poorly done Asspull. Likewise, they also criticized ''Spectre'' for lacking originality since it blatantly copied ideas from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', and previous Bond movies. [[CriticalDissonance Not that the their opinions stopped the movie from grossing over $200 million in the US]].

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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'' was universally loved in its native UK but received a [[BrokenBase mixed reception]] in the US. Some American critics disliked how the film tried to tie together the events of the previous Daniel Craig movies, making it seem like a poorly done Asspull. Likewise, they also criticized ''Spectre'' for lacking originality since it blatantly copied ideas from ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'', ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'', and previous Bond movies. [[CriticalDissonance Not that the their opinions stopped the movie from grossing over $200 million in the US]].



* ''Film/MrNobody'' was a hit in Belgium, where it grossed nearly one million dollars, which is rather high for a Belgian box office and loved by critics, who still to this day think that it is the best Belgian film ever made. In France, response was more mixed by critics, but it nevertheless managed to gross 1 million dollars there as well. In the United States it also had a mixed critical response, but it only managed to gross 3600$ there, which makes it a candidate for the award of "lowest grossing film in the U.S. as of 2013".

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* ''Film/MrNobody'' was a hit in Belgium, where it grossed nearly one million dollars, which is rather high for a Belgian box office and loved by critics, who still to this day think that it is the best Belgian film ever made. In France, response was more mixed by critics, but it nevertheless managed to gross 1 million dollars there as well. In the United States it also had a mixed critical response, but it only managed to gross 3600$ $3600 there, which makes it a candidate for the award of "lowest grossing film in the U.S. as of 2013".



* The Thai deeply, truly, sincerely hate ''Film/TheKingAndI''. Seeing how both Mongkut and Chulalongkorn are revered national heroes that is quite understandable.

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* The Thai deeply, truly, sincerely hate ''Film/TheKingAndI''. Seeing how both Mongkut and Chulalongkorn are revered national heroes heroes, that is quite understandable.



* ''Series/LoveHate'' is tremendously popular in in its native Ireland, with one episode enjoying an unheard of 53% audience share. In Britain when it began airing on Channel 5 it attracted middling at best viewership figures.

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* ''Series/LoveHate'' is tremendously popular in in its native Ireland, with one episode enjoying an unheard of 53% audience share. In Britain when it began airing on Channel 5 5, it attracted middling at best viewership figures.



** Most MTV RealitySeries don't do well outside of Anglophone countries, leading to most international MTV's actually airing music video ([[NetworkDecay a consideration considered impossible back on the original American MTV]]), or even airing acquired scripted programming, and even some like the Italian and Russian feed airing {{Anime}}.

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** Most MTV RealitySeries don't do well outside of Anglophone countries, leading to most international MTV's [=MTVs=] actually airing music video ([[NetworkDecay a consideration considered impossible back on the original American MTV]]), or even airing acquired scripted programming, and even some like the Italian and Russian feed airing {{Anime}}.



* The PhoneInGameShow may be a polarizing concept in many parts of the world, but in Flanders it is universally considered to be a blatant case of a fraud only meant to extort money from unsuspecting viewers since an episode of the Flemish investigative journalism series ''Basta'' made it visisble for everyone. Hell, the 2 television networks that aired them refused to do so after it because they feared the public backlash.

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* The PhoneInGameShow may be a polarizing concept in many parts of the world, but in Flanders Flanders, it is universally considered to be a blatant case of a fraud only meant to extort money from unsuspecting viewers since an episode of the Flemish investigative journalism series ''Basta'' made it visisble for everyone. Hell, the 2 two television networks that aired them refused to do so after it because they feared the public backlash.



* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' is a good example of this. While it was never really huge in its native Canada, it is nearly universally despised in the U.S., and is generally seen as the worst cartoon Cartoon Network has ever aired as well as one of the worst cartoons in general.[[note]]Especially notable when you contrast this to creator Scott Fellow's live-action shows, especially ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' and ''Series/BigTimeRush'', both of which were huge hits for Nickelodeon in the U.S.[[/note]]. Though the hate was generated more due to the cartoon being overplayed during a time when Cartoon Network was recovering from their failed live-action experimentation then really anything wrong with the show in general [[note]]At best the show is pretty average and most complaints against it either being nitpicks or from people who felt it was too much of a ripoff of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''[[/note]] with many feeling it was unworthy for such constant re-running. The fact that it replaced ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' during their hiatus certainly didn't help either.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'' is a good example of this. While it was never really huge in its native Canada, it is nearly universally despised in the U.S., and is generally seen as the worst cartoon Cartoon Network has ever aired as well as one of the worst cartoons in general.[[note]]Especially notable when you contrast this to creator Scott Fellow's live-action shows, especially ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' and ''Series/BigTimeRush'', both of which were huge hits for Nickelodeon in the U.S.[[/note]]. Though the hate was generated more due to the cartoon being overplayed during a time when Cartoon Network was recovering from their failed live-action experimentation then than really anything wrong with the show in general [[note]]At best the show is pretty average and most complaints against it either being nitpicks or from people who felt it was too much of a ripoff of ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory''[[/note]] with many feeling it was unworthy for such constant re-running. The fact that it replaced ''WesternAnimation/DCNation'' during their hiatus certainly didn't help either.



** In non-Western countries, ''The Simpsons'' can only hope to be a WidgetSeries at best due to the overwhelming Western-ness in its setting, humor, characters, and plots, leaving it incomprehensible to someone who isn't already knowledgeable in western culture. In Thailand, for instance, ''The Simpsons'' is a late-night program, in its native English but with Thai subtitles, its audience consisting mostly of people who are already fans of American television.

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** In non-Western countries, ''The Simpsons'' can only hope to be a WidgetSeries at best due to the overwhelming Western-ness in its setting, humor, characters, and plots, leaving it incomprehensible to someone who isn't already knowledgeable in western Western culture. In Thailand, for instance, ''The Simpsons'' is a late-night program, in its native English but with Thai subtitles, its audience consisting mostly of people who are already fans of American television.



* ''WesternAnimation/PeppaPig'' is regarded as SnarkBait in Russia. The fact it airs on Karusel, network infamous for its divisive ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' dub, doesn't help.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PeppaPig'' is regarded as SnarkBait in Russia. The fact it airs on Karusel, a network infamous for its divisive ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' dub, doesn't help.



* An Ufology example: TheGreys are the most common alleged alien encounters in the USA and pretty much became part of popular culture, in Europe and Latin America the most common alien encounters are with the Nordic Aliens, TheGreys are seen as evil.

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* An A Ufology example: TheGreys are the most common alleged alien encounters in the USA and pretty much became part of popular culture, but in Europe and Latin America America, the most common alien encounters are with the Nordic Aliens, Aliens. TheGreys are instead seen as evil.
4th Aug '16 11:23:30 AM Darthrai
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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing and PatrioticFervor, it isn't uncommon for fans in France to dislike the (typically original) English versions of certain animated TV shows/movies and VideoGames if the French dub is well-known and widespread.[[note]]LiveActionFilm less so due to the nature of the medium.[[/note]] If an installment in a long-running series usually dubbed in French is released without French audio ([[SubbingVersusDubbing even if there are French subtitles]]), uproars frequently occur among the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.

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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing and PatrioticFervor, it isn't uncommon for fans in France to dislike the (typically original) English versions of certain animated TV shows/movies and VideoGames if the French dub is well-known and widespread.[[note]]LiveActionFilm less so due to the nature of the medium.[[/note]] If an installment in a long-running series usually dubbed in French is released without French audio ([[SubbingVersusDubbing even if there are French subtitles]]), uproars frequently occur among expect an InternetBackdraft from the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''; such reactions are typically stronger than how English-speaking fanbases react to Japanese products suddenly not being dubbed.
4th Aug '16 11:19:54 AM Darthrai
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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing and PatrioticFervor, it isn't uncommon for fans in France to dislike the (typically original) English versions of certain animated TV shows/movies and VideoGames if the French dub is well-known and widespread.[[note]]LiveActionFilm less so due to the nature of the medium.[[/note]] If an installment in a long-running series usually dubbed in French is released without French audio, uproars frequently occur among the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.

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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing and PatrioticFervor, it isn't uncommon for fans in France to dislike the (typically original) English versions of certain animated TV shows/movies and VideoGames if the French dub is well-known and widespread.[[note]]LiveActionFilm less so due to the nature of the medium.[[/note]] If an installment in a long-running series usually dubbed in French is released without French audio, audio ([[SubbingVersusDubbing even if there are French subtitles]]), uproars frequently occur among the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.
4th Aug '16 11:19:14 AM Darthrai
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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing and PatrioticFervor, it isn't uncommon for fans in France to dislike the (typically original) English versions of certain animated TV shows/movies and VideoGames if the French dub is well-known and widespread.[[note]]LiveActionFilm less so due to the nature of the medium.[[/note]] If an installment in a long-running series usually dubbed in French is released without French audio, uproars frequently occur among the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''.
21st Jul '16 9:53:32 PM GregPagano
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* ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}:'' Universally popular, even in places you might not expect like Africa, The Middle East, China,... Except in the U.S.A., where it is still more a cult strip. Case in point is Creator/StevenSpielberg's 2011 movie adaptation, which was a box office success across the world, except in the United States where the media attention and public interest were very low. Most Americans seem to be puzzled about Tintin's lack of super powers and see it more as a detective comic with a lot of slapstick.

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* ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}:'' [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Universally popular, even in places you might not expect like Africa, The Middle East, China,... China]],... Except in North America, especially the U.S.A., where it is still more a cult strip. Case in point is Creator/StevenSpielberg's 2011 movie adaptation, which was a box office success across the world, except in the United States where the media attention and public interest were very low. Most Americans seem to be puzzled about Tintin's lack of super powers and see it more as a detective comic with a lot of slapstick.slapstick.
** Actually subverted in the aforementioned U.S.A., as Creator/StevenSpielberg is one of the world's greatest Tintin fans; therefore, this franchise [[VindicatedByHistory got better in North America]], as he is America's shining light for ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}''.
20th Jul '16 1:20:33 PM hydrix
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* The PhoneInGameShow may be a polarizing concept in many parts of the world, but in Flanders it is universally considered to be a blatant case of a fraud only meant to extort money from unsuspecting viewers since an episode of the Flemish investigative journalism series ''Basta'' made it visisble for everyone. Hell, the 2 television networks that aired them refused to do so after it because they feared the public backlash.
17th Jul '16 12:45:19 PM Screwhorn77
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* Despite being somewhat well-received in any other country, ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is more of a subject of LoveItOrHateIt in Russia. A lot of flak was caught from anime fans (those of Sailor Moon especially), as well as MoralGuardians due to main characters' {{Strpperific}} outfits. People may just hate it, [[BileFascination love it for]] [[SoBadItsGood all the wrong reasons]] or [[SnarkBait snark at it]], but if you are a genuine fan of the show [[PeripheryDemographic outside its target demographic]], you will be seen as childish or braindead.
** Another reason to hate the show is [[{{FanDumb}} its target audience]], hence the term ''феечка'' (feyechka), which is frequently used to describe said fans and literally means "little fairy". MoralGuardians have a few words on that one too: there are numerous instructions on becoming a fairy throughout the web, and one of the most infamous involves ''filling your entire apartment with gas''. Reportedly rhere had been a case of a girl being saved from death on the very last moment after she attempted this.

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* Despite being somewhat well-received in any other country, ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is more of a subject of LoveItOrHateIt in Russia. A lot of flak was caught from anime fans (those of Sailor Moon especially), as well as MoralGuardians due to main characters' {{Strpperific}} {{Stripperific}} outfits. People may just hate it, [[BileFascination love it for]] [[SoBadItsGood all the wrong reasons]] or [[SnarkBait snark at it]], but if you are a genuine fan of the show [[PeripheryDemographic outside its target demographic]], you will be seen as childish or braindead.
** Another reason to hate the show is [[{{FanDumb}} its target audience]], hence the term ''феечка'' (feyechka), which is frequently used to describe said fans and literally means "little fairy". MoralGuardians have a few words on that one too: there are numerous instructions on becoming a fairy throughout the web, and one of the most infamous involves ''filling your entire apartment with gas''. Reportedly rhere there had been a case of a girl being saved from death on the very last moment after she attempted this.
17th Jul '16 12:44:21 PM Screwhorn77
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* Despite being somewhat well-received in any other country, ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is more of a subject of LoveItOrHateIt in Russia. Many young boys were certainly disappointed to watch it after classes on STS (where 1-4 seasons ran), but these are overshadowed by Russian otakus who see the show as a ''Sailor Moon'' knockoff.[[note]]Many haters pointed out that you can pick any character and find out he or she is constructed of triangles, and female leads' hairstyles are likened to floor-clothes. Quite odd, considering that the animation is hand-drawn, as seen in the special of the final DVD of the first season. It is only the coloring that is done through the computer.[[/note]] Another reason to hate the show is [[{{FanDumb}} its target audience]], hence the term ''феечка'' (feyechka), which is frequently used to describe said fans and literally means "little fairy".

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* Despite being somewhat well-received in any other country, ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' is more of a subject of LoveItOrHateIt in Russia. Many young boys were certainly disappointed A lot of flak was caught from anime fans (those of Sailor Moon especially), as well as MoralGuardians due to watch main characters' {{Strpperific}} outfits. People may just hate it, [[BileFascination love it after classes on STS (where 1-4 seasons ran), for]] [[SoBadItsGood all the wrong reasons]] or [[SnarkBait snark at it]], but these if you are overshadowed by Russian otakus who see a genuine fan of the show as a ''Sailor Moon'' knockoff.[[note]]Many haters pointed out that [[PeripheryDemographic outside its target demographic]], you can pick any character and find out he or she is constructed of triangles, and female leads' hairstyles are likened to floor-clothes. Quite odd, considering that the animation is hand-drawn, as will be seen in the special of the final DVD of the first season. It is only the coloring that is done through the computer.[[/note]] as childish or braindead.
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Another reason to hate the show is [[{{FanDumb}} its target audience]], hence the term ''феечка'' (feyechka), which is frequently used to describe said fans and literally means "little fairy".fairy". MoralGuardians have a few words on that one too: there are numerous instructions on becoming a fairy throughout the web, and one of the most infamous involves ''filling your entire apartment with gas''. Reportedly rhere had been a case of a girl being saved from death on the very last moment after she attempted this.
15th Jul '16 3:15:11 PM TheRedRedKroovy
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When this is taken far enough (i.e. a work, or an entire genre, is rejected everywhere ''except'' its homeland), it can produce what's known as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galapagos_syndrome "Galápagos syndrome"]], in reference to the bizarre species that evolved in isolation on the Galápagos Islands that heavily informed UsefulNotes/CharlesDarwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. The term was coined in Japan to describe their CellPhone technology (''garakei'', from Galápagos and ''keitai denwa'', the Japanese term for "mobile phone") and how it evolved on a completely separate track from that of the West, producing high-tech flip phones that could send and receive email, surf the web at 3G speeds, and play sophisticated games in a time when Western cell phones (apart from the [=BlackBerry=], which was seen mostly as a business tool) were considered high-end if they could take pictures. They were the envy of the world in the 2000s, but due to lagging infrastructure outside Japan, they couldn't be exported, and so the Japanese cell phone industry ignored non-domestic markets almost entirely. As such, it was painfully slow to catch on to the smartphone revolution in the '10s, with foreign [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh iPhones]], [[Website/{{Google}} Android]] phones, and [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] phones catching the ''garakei'' makers completely off-guard and snagging massive market share. The term has since been applied to other fields of Japanese technology, including its [=ATMs=], its cars, and [[http://digitalchumps.com/gamingnews/318-latest-news/the-state-of-the-japanese-gaming-industry.html its video games]].

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When this is taken far enough (i.e. a work, or an entire genre, is rejected everywhere ''except'' its homeland), it can produce what's known as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galapagos_syndrome "Galápagos syndrome"]], in reference to the bizarre species that evolved in isolation on the Galápagos Islands that heavily informed UsefulNotes/CharlesDarwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. The term was coined in Japan to describe their CellPhone technology (''garakei'', from Galápagos and ''keitai denwa'', the Japanese term for "mobile phone") and how it evolved on a completely separate track from that of the West, producing high-tech flip phones that could send and receive email, surf the web at 3G speeds, and play sophisticated games in a time when Western cell phones (apart from the [=BlackBerry=], which was seen mostly as a business tool) were considered high-end if they could take pictures. They were the envy of the world in the 2000s, but due to lagging infrastructure outside Japan, they couldn't be exported, and so the Japanese cell phone industry ignored non-domestic markets almost entirely. As such, it was painfully slow to catch on to the smartphone revolution in the '10s, with foreign [[UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh [[UsefulNotes/MacOS iPhones]], [[Website/{{Google}} Android]] phones, and [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]] phones catching the ''garakei'' makers completely off-guard and snagging massive market share. The term has since been applied to other fields of Japanese technology, including its [=ATMs=], its cars, and [[http://digitalchumps.com/gamingnews/318-latest-news/the-state-of-the-japanese-gaming-industry.html its video games]].
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