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The Biggest Difference Between Captain France and Captain America: More Daft Punk, Less Steve Jobs

By Vivian Kane | Miscellaneous | April 18, 2014 | Comments ()


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A great moment in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (and this is spoiler-free, no need to go fetal) is when Sam Wilson (Falcon) tells Steve Rogers he needs to listen to Marvin Gaye’s Troubleman. Cap adds the album to his To-Do list and we get a glimpse of all the things people have told him “Aw, man you’ve gotta try (or Google) this.”
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A couple of weeks ago, /Film posted a screen grab from the UK version of the movie, to point out the differences.
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So The Beatles are apparently more important than the building and subsequent destruction of the Berlin Wall, but Thai food still made the cut.

Now, a Redditor has compiled a gallery of versions of the list from ten different countries. It’s a nice quick window into the values of a culture through a pop culture lens.


France
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Russia
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South Korea
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Spain
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Mexico
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Italy
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Australia
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Brazil
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Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to Google “Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.”

Vivian Kane appreciates the thought, South Korea, but really doesn’t think Oldboy would be Captain America’s new favorite movie.

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