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Worst Movie Sequels Ever

Saturday, Jul 2, 2022, 7:48 pm


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1.American Wedding (2003)

American Pie is one of those movies that comes along with its unique storyline and becomes a staple in movie history. But then they decide to make a sequel called American Wedding and all of that flies out the window. The jokes weren't funny and the lead actors just looked tired. Then there was Stiffler whose immature antics were stale by the middle of American Pie 2. The writers took a coming of age comedy like American Pie and turned it into a low-budget and might I add boring sequel.




2.Men In Black II (2002)

If it wasn't for Will Smith's star-power, this movie would have failed miserably at the box office. The first film was a different from any other film the world had seen, and since that worked so well the first time, the writers just decided to rehash the same story and slap a '2' behind the movie's name. Too bad I can't get one of those pen-like things so I can neuralyze myself and forget I ever saw this sequel.



3.Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)

This is by far the worst Superman movie that Christopher Reeve ever did. Gene Hackman was and will always be the best Lex Luther, but the addition of that Nuclear Man guy in that awful costume was a bad idea. We all know kryptonite is Superman's weakness, but for a man who is supposed to be more powerful than a locomotive, that measly scratch by 'Nuclear Man' sure did make him look like a wimp. The last fight between Superman and 'Nuclear Man' was hilarious, as Reeve barely touches him and was able to win the fight.





4.I Still Know what You Did Last Summer (1998)

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer has all the makings of a horrible movie. The plot made no sense, the acting was terrible and the murders were recycled. The overweight guy with the fake Jamaican accent was so annoying that you felt inclined to root for him to be killed. Jennifer Love Hewitt's stalker travels all the way overseas to torment her. And instead of speaking up about what happened, she waits until multiple people have died to clear the air with her friends about the hit and run. The best part of this movie was when the credits rolled.



5.Son of the Mask (2005)

Terrible is the word that comes to mind when describing Son of the Mask. No grown adult wants to see a movie about a baby with super powers. It was as though they took the story of Jesus and attempted to turn it into a comedy. The Mask was a mixture of drama and comedy with a well thought-out plot. The Son of the Mask is in a category I like to dub as craptastic. The movie is filled with over-acting, corny jokes and unrealistic occurrences.





6.Batman & Robin (1997)

Batman & Robin has gone down in history as the worst Batman movie ever made. However, with Ben Affleck set to take on the role that could soon change. Mr. Freeze's obsession over his wife, much like the cartoon, was just plain creepy. Poison Ivy served no purpose in the film and could have been left out entirely. Batman films are known for their dark characters and sets, but this sequel was so cheesy and colorful, it was like watching an episode of The Teletubbies. The movie was so bad that even George Clooney looked like he didn't want to be in it.



7.Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha' Hood (2003)

You know a movie should never be made when the only celebrity in the film is a Leprechaun. Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha' Hood is the sixth installment in the series, with the last three going straight to video. The title of the movie alone makes absolutely no sense. The Leprechaun would actually have to come from 'Tha Hood' to actually go back there. This movie plays into every negative stereotype about Black people there is. The only kudos that can be given to this movie, is that the Leprechaun actually looks evil in this film, unlike in the previous sequels.




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8.Basic Instinct 2 (2006)

The producers of Basic Instinct 2 should have used their own instincts and not made this film. This movie should have been called, "Basic Instinct: The Alternate Version." Guess who doesn't go to jail even though it's blatantly obvious she's a psycho killer? Sharon Stone's character, that's who! The storyline of this film is a carbon copy of the first film and because of this, the ending is predictable. Sharon Stone's character gets more free passes than Lindsay Lohan.



9.The Bride of Chucky (1998)

Chucky is a demon spawn, not a lover. It's bad enough the writers wanted us to believe a doll could come to life and murder men three times its size, but then they decided to make the inanimate object fall in love. The Bride of Chucky is more humorous than scary, which drifts far away from the franchise's original direction. To further insult our intelligence, the audience is supposed to believe that Chucky and his bride Tiffany actually has 'relations' and procreated.



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10.Staying Alive (1983)

The movie Staying Alive should have stayed dead. The movie picks up years later with Tony Manero (John Travolta) trying to make it as a Broadway dancer. Manero could barely string together a coherent sentence, so to convince us that he could make it on Broadway is laughable at best. The air-conditioner on the film's set must have been broken because Travolta was sweating profusely throughout the entire film. Towards the end of the movie I wanted to get Travolta some ice cream and a cool bath.



11.Blues Brothers 2000 (1998)

The title of the movie is just the beginning of its downfall. The movie is called Blues Brothers 2000, but it was released in 1998! Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) tries to reunite the old band so he can raise funds for a children's hospital. So who does he get to help him? A strip club bartender named Mighty Mack McTeer (played by John Goodman). That's right Ladies and gents, when you need to raise money for kids, head on over to a strip club for help. And while Goodman is a decent singer, he doesn't hold a candle to John Belushi. Even John's brother knew better than to touch this movie with a 10-foot pole.




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12.Scary Movie 3 (2003)

The third time isn't a charm when it comes to Scary Movie 3. This installment marks the beginning of the end of what was once a funny franchise. The first two Scary Movie flicks contained gut-busting jokes and shock humor. The jokes in Scary Movie 3, however, often leave you with an "I don't get it" expression on your face. As a matter of fact, Scary Movie 3-5 should be on this list, but there isn't enough bandwidth available to explain just how terrible each of those three films is.



13.Rocky V (1990)

Rocky V shows us that it's okay to beat your former pupil to a bloody pulp. This sequel assassinated the courageous and disciplined Rocky Balboa that fans of the franchise came to love. The movie focuses more on Balboa struggling with life after retirement more than anything else. If I wanted to see a sappy storyline about a struggling athlete, I'd watch random Tim Tebow interviews on YouTube.



14.Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)

Only in a fantasy world, would a woman like Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyonce) go for a guy like Austin Powers (Mike Myers). The plot for this sequel was all over the place. Austin Powers in Goldmember should have never been made. There were so many loose ends that weren't tied up; that it just seems like the writers gave up by the half-way point of the movies. The only thing that saves this movie is the guest appearances by John Travolta, Tom Cruise, and Danny DeVito.



15.Grease 2 (1982)

Grease 2 gives both sequels and musicals a bad rep. There is no Grease without Danny Zucko and Sandra D. Everything about Grease 2 was a complete fail. From the movie's poor music, to the terrible acting. This is one of the movies that you find in the 99 cents bin because no one wants it.



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