So it's confirmed that we could talk about anything that is anti-Hollywood. That makes a lot of sense. There are a lot of films from other countries that I don't think it's foreign. It is hard to differ Americans and Canadians. To a majority of people across either Pacific or Atlantic, they assume that Jim Carrey is a funny "American" actor, and Pamela Anderson is a hot "American" chick. Sometimes it is hard to compare Americans with Aussies and Kiwis. Australia gave us Guy Pearce ("L.A. Confidential", "Memento", and the upcoming "Count of Monte Cristo" movie), Hugh Jackman ("X-Men", "Swordfish", and "Kate & Leopold"), Heath Ledger ("A Knight's Tale"), and the Aussie stereotype Paul Hogan; while NZ gave us Russell Crowe ("Gladiator") and Sam Neill (the first and third "Jurassic Park"). Mel Gibson and Nicole Kidman are pseudo-Aussies because they are born in the States.
Of course the Americans differ from the Brits. I couldn't consider them foreign though. I separate British pics (like "Trainspotting", "The Full Monty", the original "Get Carter", and the early James Bond films) from the ones I label "foreign". If you agree or not, please respond with your feedback.