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The Most Contentious Sequels Of All Time

September 12, 2012

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We’ve explored The Good. The Bad. Now it’s time to look at The Contentious: the top 5 sequels for inspiring shocked looks and cries of “What?!” when hearing someone else’s opinion about it. 5. Terminator 2: Judgment Day.  Why people hate it: The original Terminator was a water-tight science-fiction action movie.  The sequel throws out […]

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The Worst Sequels of All Time II: Sequel Harder

September 1, 2012

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And now, part 2 of The Bad, in our sequels rundown, The Good, The Bad, and The Contentious.  If you missed The Good, it’s here, if you missed numbers 10-6 of The Bad, it’s here. 5. The Hangover, part II.  Sequels sometimes use the follow-up to branch beyond the original – try something new, build […]

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The Worst Sequels of All Time

August 31, 2012

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Today we continue the 3-part series on sequels, The Good, The Bad, And The Contentious. Last time we looked at The Good – some of the very best sequels of all time; the ones that rise above the expectations.  Read that list here. And today? The Bad. Numbers 10—6 of the worst of the bunch. […]

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The Greatest Movie Sequels Of All Time

August 15, 2012

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Sequels.  Much maligned and mocked.  Yet some of the best films ever made have been sequels.  Also some of the worst, laziest pieces of crap ever put to celluloid.  But those are for later.  Today we begin a look at sequels in three categories: the good, the bad, and the contentious, and we begin with […]

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Please Hire Me To Write Your Sequel

August 2, 2012

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"No time for love, Dr. Jones" indeed!  Ha ha ha!  Oh, can you even imagine how bad Temple of Doom would have been without Short Round?  Well, it was terrible anyways, but that would have left Kate Capshaw to do all the migraine-inducing shrieking on her own!

Well, summer is shifting to its latter half now, with the coming of August.  And with it, the realization that there just isn’t enough time for all those lazy days, those projects, and those trips as you always think there will be.  Also, it’s time for Hollywood to begin the slimy, crass calculations to determine […]

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