11 Iconic American Movie Posters Vs. Their Foreign Comparison

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Often times, our favorite movies are paired with iconic and symbolic movie posters that represent the film as a whole. However, when these same movies are premiered in other countries, their poster counterparts vary in such significance and give off an entirely new feel of the movie.

Sometimes the iconic films doppelgangers are hilarious representations, while others offer just as much horror and attraction. Below we have compiled 11 movie posters  from popular films throughout the past few decades. We have paired them with their Japanese equivalents. How do you rate the comparisons?

 

(1981) USA: Halloween II
Japan: Halloween II

Iconic American Movie Posters Vs. Their Foreign Comparison 1

(1981) USA: An American Werewolf in London
Japan: Okami Otoko Amerikan (Wolf Man American)

America vs Japan movie posters 2

(1982) USA: First Blood
Japan: Rambo

America vs Japan movie posters 3

(1989) USA: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child
Japan: Erumu gai no akumu 5 (Nightmare of Elm Offer 5)

America vs Japan movie posters 4

(1972) USA: Play it Again, Sam
Japan: Bogi! Ore mo otokoda (Bogi! Is My Man)

America vs Japan movie posters 5

(1964) USA: A Fistful of Dollars
Japan: Koya no yojimbo (Wasteland Bodyguard)

America vs Japan movie posters 6

(1972) USA: Frenzy
Japan: Furenji

America vs Japan movie posters 7

(1972) USA: Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
Japan: Planet of the Monkeys: Conquest

America vs Japan movie posters 8

(1987) USA: Evil Dead II
Japan: Shiryo no Harawat (Entrails of the Dead)

America vs Japan movie posters 9

(2007) USA: Hot Fuzz
Japan: Hot Fuzz

Iconic American Movie Posters Vs. Their Foreign Comparison 10

(1966) USA: Batman: The Movie
Japan: Batman

Iconic American Movie Posters Vs. Their Foreign Comparison 11

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