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20th May '18 12:32:56 PM nombretomado
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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]]), expect an InternetBackdraft from the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''; such reactions are typically stronger than how English-speaking fanbases react to Japanese products suddenly not being dubbed.

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* Possibly due to a combination of SuperlativeDubbing SugarWiki/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]]), expect an InternetBackdraft from the French fanbase, such as with ''VideoGame/SouthParkTheStickOfTruth''; such reactions are typically stronger than how English-speaking fanbases react to Japanese products suddenly not being dubbed.
14th May '18 4:41:05 AM TokoWH
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-->-- '''Edd''', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', "Shoo Ed"

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-->-- '''Edd''', ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy'', "Shoo Ed"
Ed"[[note]]Ironically, the context of this quote is in regards to GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff.[[/note]]
7th May '18 5:28:37 PM runnerofwinds
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* While Creator/BramStoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' is regarded as a literary horror classic throughout most of the world, and especially in Western nations, Romanians see it as a xenophobic story written by a foreigner to titillate other foreigners. It is considered very distasteful due to the fact that the name of Vlad III (The Impaler) Dracula, who is celebrated to this day as a hero for the cause of defending the independence of Wallachia (one of the predecessor states of Romania) from the invading Ottomans during the fifteenth century ([[WellIntentionedExtremist even if it meant taking some brutal methods to so]]), was used for that of the bloodthirsty, habitual MoralEventHorizon-crossing monster. To put this another way, if a writer from another country were to write a novel featuring an American serial killer and/or rapist named UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln or a British murderer/rapist named UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, that would not be taken kindly by citizens of those respective nations. Granted, even though the Romanians' loathing for Bram Stoker's ''Dracula'' has ameliorated over the decades, and they have even been willing to capitalize on the fictional Count Dracula's association with the country by selling vampire-related souvenirs, it is still not wise to talk about ''Dracula'' or Bram Stoker at length with any random Romanian on the streets.

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* While Creator/BramStoker's ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'' is regarded as a literary horror classic throughout most of the world, and especially in Western nations, Romanians see it as a xenophobic story written by a foreigner to titillate other foreigners. It is considered very distasteful due to the fact that the name of Vlad III (The Impaler) Dracula, who is celebrated to this day as a hero for the cause of defending the independence of Wallachia (one of the predecessor states of Romania) from the invading Ottomans during the fifteenth century ([[WellIntentionedExtremist even if it meant taking some brutal methods to so]]), was used for that of the bloodthirsty, habitual MoralEventHorizon-crossing monster. To put this another way, if a writer from another country were to write a novel featuring an American serial killer and/or rapist named UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln or a British murderer/rapist murderer named UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, that would not be taken kindly by citizens of those respective nations. Granted, even though the Romanians' loathing for Bram Stoker's ''Dracula'' has ameliorated over the decades, and they have even been willing to capitalize on the fictional Count Dracula's association with the country by selling vampire-related souvenirs, it is still not wise to talk about ''Dracula'' or Bram Stoker at length with any random Romanian on the streets.
4th May '18 8:12:59 AM MagiMecha
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* While Gunpla (Franchise/{{Gundam}} Plastic Models) are beloved worldwide, the Western audiences hate one subset of these models - the MS Girl-types introduced starting with the Super Fumina in the ''Anime/GundamBuildFightersTry'' as well as the Petitgguys. While they're big in Japan, Western fans ''really'' hate them, as they refer to the MS Girls as a "poor man's Frame Arm Girls" and believe that making them and all of their variants just prevents Bandai from making popular non-''Build Fighters'' Gunpla and, thus, making the hobby look bad for outsiders as they don't want the first thing they find when someone says "Gunpla" to be tiny bear toys or 14-15 year old girls [[spoiler:minus the older woman]] in skimpy clothing and barely covering armor (with the exception of the Chinagguy).
3rd May '18 8:05:41 PM FuzzyBoots
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* ''Franchise/CabbagePatchKids'' is simply hated by many Japanese fans, due to the doll's [[UncannyValley grotesque nature]] compared to the simplified yet cute face of the country's native ''Franchise/HelloKitty''.

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* ''Franchise/CabbagePatchKids'' ''Toys/CabbagePatchKids'' is simply hated by many Japanese fans, due to the doll's [[UncannyValley grotesque nature]] compared to the simplified yet cute face of the country's native ''Franchise/HelloKitty''.
1st May '18 9:03:48 PM CRE040295
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* While ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' wasn't exactly a big hit for Nickelodeon in the late '90s, it still managed to have enough viewer support to last four years on the air. However when it aired on Creator/{{YTV}} in Canada, the ratings ended up being so low that they removed it after only a few airings. Ironically, the ''Sniz & Fondue'' shorts were animated in Canada from season two onward, and both ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' and ''WesternAnimation/UntalkativeBunny'', which originated as shorts on the show, became full shows in their own right on ''Creator/TeleToon'' (though by the time the latter was aired on the show in 1999, it had already been removed from YTV).

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* While ''WesternAnimation/KaBlam'' wasn't exactly a big hit for Nickelodeon in the late '90s, it still managed to have enough viewer support to last four years on the air. However when it aired on Creator/{{YTV}} in Canada, the ratings ended up being so low that they removed it after only a few airings. Ironically, the ''Sniz & Fondue'' shorts were animated in Canada from season two onward, and both ''WesternAnimation/AngelaAnaconda'' and ''WesternAnimation/UntalkativeBunny'', which originated as shorts on the show, became full shows in their own right on ''Creator/TeleToon'' ''Creator/{{Teletoon}}'' (though by the time the latter was aired on the show in 1999, it had already been removed from YTV).



* Creator/AdultSwim animations got a very low audience in Latin America, causing the dubbing of shows like ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtlaw'', ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' to be discontinued. While some of the shows (Like ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'') managed to get a CultClassic status among some Internet circles, the shows failed to have the same cultural impact that other adult animated comedies like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' (Which still were at the height of their popularity when the Adult Swim block initially debuted in the Latin America version of Cartoon Network.) Many Cartoon Network watchers at the time were expecting to see anime shows in the block, just like in its US counterpart, and criticized the series for their [[WidgetSeries weirdness]] and [[StylisticSuck crude animation]]. In the present, Adult Swim series (In their original language, with subtitles) are shown in an Argentinian channel called [[http://www.isat.tv/ Isat]] which is mostly dedicated to indie and arthouse films.

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* Creator/AdultSwim animations got a very low audience in Latin America, causing the dubbing of shows like ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtlaw'', ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBirdmanAttorneyAtLaw'', ''WesternAnimation/AquaTeenHungerForce'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' to be discontinued. While some of the shows (Like ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'') managed to get a CultClassic status among some Internet circles, the shows failed to have the same cultural impact that other adult animated comedies like ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' (Which still were at the height of their popularity when the Adult Swim block initially debuted in the Latin America version of Cartoon Network.) Many Cartoon Network watchers at the time were expecting to see anime shows in the block, just like in its US counterpart, and criticized the series for their [[WidgetSeries weirdness]] and [[StylisticSuck crude animation]]. In the present, Adult Swim series (In their original language, with subtitles) are shown in an Argentinian channel called [[http://www.isat.tv/ Isat]] which is mostly dedicated to indie and arthouse films.
1st May '18 11:10:36 AM DoctorCooper
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* Creator/RobertoBenigni's 2002 LiveActionAdaptation of ''Literature/TheAdventuresOfPinocchio'' was lambasted by American audiences and was nominated for 6 Golden Raspberry Awards, including "Worst Picture", both because they saw it as a [[VanityProject vanity project]] for Benigni (who wrote, directed and starred in the film ''as Pinocchio''), and were somewhat disturbed that the title role, traditionally fit for a little kid, was being played by a man in his forties. It also was a closer adaptation of the book than the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon version, reinstating Pinocchio's obnoxious personality and such incidents as the hero being ''hung by a noose'' at one point, and not surprisingly American viewers didn't find this charming. And the film was initially released by Miramax only in a roundly condemned AllStarCast English dub (Breckin Meyer voiced Pinocchio, for one thing). The film performed much more favorably in Benigni's home country, where it was nominated for a handful of awards by Italian film critics.
27th Apr '18 9:47:58 AM MagnusForce
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* {{Toku}}satsu is considered something of an art and a tradition of both film and television in Japan. In most other parts of the world though, it's usually ridiculed as "bad" or "primitive" and often called "''Franchise/PowerRangers'' shit[[note]]One should be amazed at the frequent negative comparisons to ''Power Rangers'' by Toku critics unaware of the franchise's Japanese roots[[/note]] that should be abandoned for Hollywood CGI". ValuesDissonance is strongly at play here due to the importance of tradition in Japan and that the priority of Toku is artistic interpretation, not realism; not to mention that Japanese movies and TV shows are usually made on lower budgets than American ones.
18th Apr '18 6:11:42 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* ''Animation/DelhiSafari'' received critical acclaim in India and even won the National Award for the Best Animation Film in 2012. In America, however, the movie was widely panned by critics, who saw the movie (and its characters) ripping off from other animated films. The movie's also a borderline BoxOfficeBomb that barely made any money during its opening weekend.

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* ''Animation/DelhiSafari'' received critical acclaim in India and even won the National Award for the Best Animation Film in 2012. In America, however, the movie was widely panned by critics, who saw the movie (and its characters) ripping off from other animated films. The movie's also a borderline BoxOfficeBomb that barely made any money during its opening weekend. The few members of the viewing public who actually ''saw'' the movie haven't responded well to the [[UncannyValley unappealing animation and character designs]], well below the standards that American audiences are used to from studios like Pixar and Dreamworks.
17th Apr '18 9:40:04 PM toonyloon
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* Whilst ''Film/BlackPanther2018'' was a huge hit in its American homeland and in Africa, the film has absolutely bombed in China, where there is a significant backlash of complaints that it is [[http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-03-17/black-panther-too-politically-correct-for-china/9546206 "too politically correct"]].

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* Whilst ''Film/BlackPanther2018'' was a huge hit in its American homeland and in Africa, the film has absolutely bombed in China, where there is a significant backlash of complaints that it is [[http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-03-17/black-panther-too-politically-correct-for-china/9546206 "too politically correct"]]. It's box office run in China was so disappointing that it actually failed to outgross Film/JusticeLeague2017 in that region[[note]]To put this in perspective: Domestically, Black Panther made more money in its first 4 days than Justice League made in its entire run[[/note]].
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