Every second movie nowadays ends up having sequels to it. But is a sequel necessary in every case? Are there sequels that ruined the actual film? Yes, there are several such movies. But, unfortunately, their follow-up came to the audience as a great disappointment.
Sometimes, a sequel could be in continuation to the mysterious ending of the first part of the movie. But in some cases, the sequels bring in some stories from the parallel world. Here is a list of 14 films that were a hit, and the audience applauded them. But their continuation disheartened them.
1. Hotel Transylvania
2. The Hangover
According to the reviews, the second sequel was worse, but the third was the worst.
At first, it was dreadful, and the second follow-up was horrifying. But the third one clearly states that it is just substandard parenting. The audience is disappointed with the continuation of the second part.
4.The Human Centipede
Some viewers did not find the initial movie satisfactory enough. The continuation just disheartened them to another level.
The movie has a charming position in the genre of Family/Comedy. But Cars 2 was an unnecessary sequel. The audience wasn’t much delighted with it.
The first movie carried the general message. At the same time, the continuations are speaking of the same again and again.
Viewers describe the sequel of the series as hideous.
8.The Fast and the Furious
The entire film series is an imitation of the first part. So, the film, despite being amusing, the audience is unhappy with it.
The plot of the continuation is illogical and fails acceptance.
The first part was a fun movie carrying a message for the audience. Yet, the second follow-up was funny to some extent. But the consequent sequels ruined it.
11.Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
The only continuation to the movie suggests that it is unnecessary.
12. Home Alone
No twists in the story plots in the continuations are making things worst. Thus, the follow-ups are not satisfactory and are unnecessary.
The audience appreciates the movie . But at the same time, they describe the follow-ups as shameful.
The first movie was so delightful that the sequels cannot match their level.
These were some of the movies whose sequels failed to satisfy the audience. The viewers consider them as unnecessary continuations.