Series Ruining Sequels

Is it possible for a sequel to be so bad that it ruins the original film? Not really. I mean, if a movie is good enough it will stand on its own.

That doesn't mean that a sequel cant be so bad as to completely destroy the universe that the original resides in. No, that is all to possible.

This week we take a look at a few movies that do just that. Sequels that so spectacularly miss the point one has to wonder if the filmmakers even saw the original.

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