I don't know, maybe they are using a machine to do write the subtitles instead of a real person. But then, that might not make any difference.
My wife (Made in China) sometimes enjoy watching Chinese flicks. It gives her a chance to watch something in her native language while I do the reading - IF I can stay awake.together.jpg
We say a great movie a while back "Together" about a young boy who plays the violin. His 'uncle' takes him to the city to see if he can make it big.
Great story - have a box of tissues handy.
Then I came across a list of a baker's dozen of Chinese subtitles. I found them quite humorous. I hope you get a kick out of them, too.
Actual Chinese Movie Subtitles: 请 点 击 这 里 继 续 阅 读