- n. Plural form of subtitle.
“Tjis film in German with English subtitles is about how evil can pervade a pre World War 1 German village.”
“Um, first off, watching anime in Japanese with French subtitles is mind-numbingly fun.”
“There was a huge flat-screen television showing Chinese soap operas (or something of the sort) with Mandarin subtitles, and I had serious Firefly flashbacks.”
“The idea of using an Ad Words campaign to split test titles and subtitles is fascinating.”
“It's got Korean mythology, but the setting is contemporary L.A. It has two languages, so the unbelievably confusing infodump at the movie's beginning is mostly in subtitles even though the rest of the film is in English.”
“This, as "Zapp" quite rightly observes in its subtitles, is the abuse of the body of a dead child.”
“Because the source print contained burned-in French subtitles, the English subtitles are placed over black bars that partially obscure some portions of the frame.”
“The Flemish film in English subtitles starts out with Matty, a mother of three whose emotional tone is down in the green, murky part of life, clearly she is not a happy mother.”
“Ben Yagoda bemoans the increase not only in subtitles but in the length of subtitles”
“Wiley Wiggins sez, My last movie, Frontier - A surreal quasi-comedy performed entirely in a heretofore unknown eastern european language with English (and Esparanto) subtitles, is now available on DVD from Film Threat.”
Looking for tweets for subtitles.