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Worst Movie Sequels EVER!!! (Part 2)

It's almost always the same old story: a movie makes a ton of money and the producers just can't resist. They want more! So they don’t care about the script, the actors from the original, the director. All they care about is the money. And that is how we end up with terrible movies we wish never existed in the first place. I present to you the worst sequels EVER with a warning – don’t watch them!

Who would have guessed that there are so many horrible sequels? After I finished working on my first part of my list I thought it will take me some time to complete another list of equally bad (or even worse) movies. As it turned out I was wrong.

I don’t have to remind you that this list is a form of a warning. After reading my previous article you already know that you should stay away from these terrible movies.

Now prepare yourself and let’s start this disturbing journey!

  • Batman & Robin (1997)

I’m going to be the first one to say it: Thank you Joel Schumacher for making Batman & Robin! If it wasn’t for you Chris Nolan would have never reinvented the Batman series and never created the Dark Knight trilogy. If you think about it: Batman – Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises happened ONLY because Batman & Robin was soooooo dramatically bad.

Describing everything that’s wrong with this movie would take me too much time. Batman & Robin is filled with so much stupid jokes, awkward dialogues, stiff acting and embarrassing details you can’t even imagine! And those rubber nipples on the batsuit… If you decide to watch it, prepare your forehead, because you’ll be facepalming yourself a lot!


  • Dumb And Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd (2003)

Dumb & Dumber from 1994 was a movie hard to swallow. Funny, but edgy and pushing barriers of good taste. Nevertheless the audience loved it and they especially loved the chemistry between Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey.

The original made a bunch of money, so the producers was trying to get both stars to come back for the sequel. When after 10 years it didn’t work, they said: “hey! Who cares about the actors – we’ll just find someone who looks similar to them!” Yeah, that’s the right way to do a good movie – no script, no good actors (sorry Mimi Driver – what the HELL are you doing in this movie!), just the title to steal some money from the audience. Yes – New Line Cinema shamelessly stole every dollar they got from this flick. Disgusting.


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