The Worst Movie Sequels Ever Made

When the first Star Wars became a phenomenal hit, George Lucas came up with a sequel, which was bigger. Sequels could be amazing, but not all “part twos” works.

Here are the worst movie sequels in history:

  • Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason. The slapstick jokes in this 2004 follow up just weren’t as funny as the original’s witty humour.bridget-jones_2990910k
  • Speed 2: Cruise Control. The 1997 sequel did not have anything great about the original, plus Keanu Reeves wasn’t the leading actor, so.speed-2_2990913k
  • Grease 2. Well, they should have just stick with Grease.greese-2_2990918k
  • Ocean’s Twelve. The first one was just amazing, but the second one seems like they just robbed themselves from good filmmaking.ocean_s-twelve_2990921k
  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It seems like Michael Bay likes to blow everything up, even this film’s sequels.transformers-2_2990922k
  • Teen Wolf Too. The 1985 original had a formula on teen movies that they weren’t able to pull off in this sequel.teen-wolf-too_2990924k
  • Book of Shadows Blair Witch 2. We already know it is not true, so what’s the point, right? blair-witch_2990925k
  • Look Who’s Talking Too. Bruce Willis’ George in the first one was amazing. This sequel looks as messy as potty training.look-who_s-talking_2990928k
  • Blues Brothers. There are some bands that should just remain disbanded.blues-brothers-200_2990931k
  • Son of the Mask. It just won’t work without Jim Carrey.son-of-mask_2990933k
  • American Psycho II: All American Girl. A satirical classic turned slasher movie. They simply murdered this classic.psycho-2_2990936k
  • Basic Instinct 2. Even though Sharon Stone is still here, the movie is just a mess.basic-instinct-2_2990937k
  • Another Nine & a Half Weeks. No one wants to see a sweaty Mickey Rourke, unless it is an action movie.another-9-192-week_2990939k
  • Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Michael Douglas and Oliver Stone just couldn’t pull it off again, even though the country’s economic crisis desperately needs a sequel to Wall Street.wall-street-2_2990942k

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