While some movies beg for a sequel like when the ending of the first one gives way to a sequel, there are others that don’t need one. Period.
Despite that, Hollywood loves to take a blockbuster and produce a sequel for what we all know to be those sweet green presidents.
They’re not even hiding it anymore, spewing them like it’s Christmas.
Here is a list of 7 sequels that should have been left alone.
Grease 2 was an attempt at making a movie that was as good as the timeless hit Grease. Of course, it failed spectacularly.
In the sequel, an English student at a high school attempts to become the leader of a girls’ gang. I think that this should be enough to persuade you not to watch this movie.
With the recent popularity of musicals like High School Musical and others, we can actually trace the roots of these movies to Grease 2.
The movie inadvertently started this new genre of cash musicals, where the substance is lacking but their incredible amounts of “style” should make up for that. The songs are mediocre at best, with our protagonists singing about bowling and other fun stuff.
The audience saw through the film studios intentions to make a movie as a product and reacted accordingly.
Although in the recent years, it developed a surprising cult following as one of those movies so bad that it’s good.