The Boat that Rocked. not 'pirate radio'.

why do they release these things with different, and to be honest quite stupid names in america? it was released half a year ago in britain. its like the harry potter 'sorcerers stone', rather that the proper 'philosopher's stone'. the american titles sound corny, and we have the american names on our films, why can't america just accept the proper name?

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ldewald
Nov 9, 2009 1:16PM EST

I think both names are pretty corny to be honest. And Sorcerer's Stone was the name of the book as well as the movie, so don't blame that one on the film industry, haha.

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Nov 9, 2009 3:57PM EST

Actually philosopher's stone was the name of the first british book aswell, and is it just me or is 'the northern lights' a way better name than 'the golden compass' too.

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