Sequels that surpassed the original

Stealing the ball from Mishimi and running with it here.

Not necessarily sequels that surpassed the original, but sequels that kept up with the original…

I think it’s safe to say Godfather II at this point.

but we could argue that it’s part of a trilogy and not a sequel. though i suppose the same could be said for the godfather so i’ll just back away quietly.

I swear if anybody says T2, I’m going to reach through the internet and rip their lungs out.

people often say the godfather, but ive never seen those movies.

batman vs the dark knight

people often say the godfather, but ive never seen those movies.

batman vs the dark knight

Godfather I & II are fuckin badass. the third one blows.

people often say the godfather, but ive never seen those movies.

batman vs the dark knight

Godfather 2 is widely considered the better of the them and 3 is not even worth mentioning.
Agree with Dark Knight over BB.
After a little searching to refresh my memory.
Mad Max 2,
Magnum Force

indiana jones and the last crusade
star trek wrath of khan
star wars empire strikes back
aliens (1986)
evil dead 2

Worst;
All Jaws sequels
All 3 of the new star wars movies
all predator sequels

indiana jones and the last crusade
star trek wrath of khan
star wars empire strikes back
aliens (1986)
evil dead 2

Worst;
All Jaws sequels
All 3 of the new star wars movies
all predator sequels

you’re saying empire like it wasn’t part of a trilogy. not technically a sequel. don’t get me wrong… i completely agree with that. empire was the best of all 6, without question.

perhaps i should have been ‘nerd-clear’ with the rules…

you’re saying empire like it wasn’t part of a trilogy. not technically a sequel. don’t get me wrong… i completely agree with that. empire was the best of all 6, without question.

perhaps i should have been ‘nerd-clear’ with the rules…

man i do not agree about batman. i thought batman begins was better

Empire Strikes Back wasn’t part 2 of a trilogy. It was part 5 of 6.

I’ll go with Die Hard 2.

Bourne Supremacy. Maybe. First two are pretty amazing.

Empire Strikes Back wasn’t part 2 of a trilogy. It was part 5 of 6.

I’ll go with Die Hard 2.

Bourne Supremacy. Maybe. First two are pretty amazing.

empire WAS part two of a trilogy. had jedi flopped and lucas not retained the rights to the merchandise, the profits from which financed the 3 abortions that followed…. it would have remained a trilogy.

this isn’t an argument of semantics though, so let’s move forward.

I’ll go with Die Hard 2.

And yes, Empire was a sequel. There was no trilogy when they made Star Wars. Don’t listen to Lucas’s grandiose bullshit about how he had this grand vision of a 6 part story about the rise and fall of darth vader. That’s nonsense. Lucas made Star Wars, and then shopped the actors around to every demeaning appearance he could find in an effort to cash in as much as possible (see: The Muppet Show, The Star Wars Holiday Special, etc). Then he realized he could cash in even more if he did a sequel. THEN he wrote it into a three part story.

And the original release did NOT have "Episode IV" in the title sequence.

And yes, Empire was a sequel. There was no trilogy when they made Star Wars. Don’t listen to Lucas’s grandiose bullshit about how he had this grand vision of a 6 part story about the rise and fall of darth vader. That’s nonsense. Lucas made Star Wars, and then shopped the actors around to every demeaning appearance he could find in an effort to cash in as much as possible (see: The Muppet Show, The Star Wars Holiday Special, etc). Then he realized he could cash in even more if he did a sequel. THEN he wrote it into a three part story.

And the original release did NOT have "Episode IV" in the title sequence.

ooooooooh i’m gonna punch you in your momma

Pay special attention to Bea Arthur, Harvey Korman, Chewbacca’s babies, and, at 3:45, Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia, singing the Star Wars theme.

Motherfucker was 100% about cashing in, even from the very beginning.

which makes sense. why else would you make a big fx flick? of course it’s about money.

but we’re getting way off track here.

Star Wars had half the budget of Close Encounters (released the same year). As "big fx flicks" go, it was done on the cheap.

but close encounters wasn’t really a big fx driven movie. it was more dramatic in terms of story and characterization. star wars was a lot of laser guns and lightsabers and space ships.

comparing the two of them is like comparing temple of doom with zombieland.

temple of doom, btw, was definitely not better than raiders.

so fucking true

Nor was Die Hard 2 anywhere near the quality of Die Hard.

this shit is ALSO true.

Who the hell said Doom was better than Raiders?

TERMINATOR 2

temple of doom was a piece of shit, not as bad as crystal skull but it was bad.

Last crusade
raiders of the lsot ark
temple of doom
—–
—–
—–
way down the llist
—–
crystal sckull fuck. (lucas you can eat my shit for fucking up star wars and indiana jones, you piece of fat gay shit!)

temple of doom was a piece of shit, not as bad as crystal skull but it was bad.

Last crusade
raiders of the lsot ark
temple of doom
—–
—–
—–
way down the llist
—–
crystal sckull fuck. (lucas you can eat my shit for fucking up star wars and indiana jones, you piece of fat gay shit!)

umad? or drunk? or both?

For me, Aliens, Star Trek II, and Spiderman II

I also don’t agree with Aliens.

And yes, Empire was a sequel. There was no trilogy when they made Star Wars. Don’t listen to Lucas’s grandiose bullshit about how he had this grand vision of a 6 part story about the rise and fall of darth vader. That’s nonsense. Lucas made Star Wars, and then shopped the actors around to every demeaning appearance he could find in an effort to cash in as much as possible (see: The Muppet Show, The Star Wars Holiday Special, etc). Then he realized he could cash in even more if he did a sequel. THEN he wrote it into a three part story.

And the original release did NOT have "Episode IV" in the title sequence.

I couldn’t possibly agree more.
A trilogy has a natural flow between movies. There is no such flow between Star Wars and Empire. Star Wars was always its own thing.

I kind of wish Jedi had flopped and Lucas never did do episodes 1, 2 and 3.

My knee jerk was to not agree with aliens, then I realized he had qualified the question by saying that the sequel didn’t have to be better, just hold the bar with the original.
Alien is a hell of a film. Aliens is too. To me they are pretty equal.

My knee jerk was to not agree with aliens, then I realized he had qualified the question by saying that the sequel didn’t have to be better, just hold the bar with the original.
Alien is a hell of a film. Aliens is too. To me they are pretty equal.

Thread title says surpassed.

And Alien >>>>>>>>>> Aliens. Aliens is still a good movie (even though it was the prototype of the T2 formula), but nowhere near as good as Alien.

IMO, of course.

but close encounters wasn’t really a big fx driven movie. it was more dramatic in terms of story and characterization. star wars was a lot of laser guns and lightsabers and space ships.

comparing the two of them is like comparing temple of doom with zombieland.

Have you seen the new release of Close Encounters? They redid all the FX. It looks fantastic.

I didn’t know there was one. Was it a 30th anniversary release or something?

Thread title says surpassed.

And Alien >>>>>>>>>> Aliens. Aliens is still a good movie (even though it was the prototype of the T2 formula), but nowhere near as good as Alien.

IMO, of course.

it’s in the first post bro.

Oh yeah. I just looked at the title… it’s been days since I read the first post.

My bad.

Oh yeah. I just looked at the title… it’s been days since I read the first post.

My bad.

Back to the Future
Bond
Dawn of the Dead
Evil Dead/II/AoD
Halloween
Mother fucking Gremlins
House of 1000 Corpses/Devil’s Rejects
Planet of the Apes

Back to the Future
Bond
Dawn of the Dead
Evil Dead/II/AoD
Halloween
Mother fucking Gremlins
House of 1000 Corpses/Devil’s Rejects
Planet of the Apes

you in the right thread bro?

You don’t think those movies are as good or better than the originals?

Back to the Future IS the original. How is it better than itself?

Back to the Future
Bond
Dawn of the Dead
Evil Dead/II/AoD
Halloween
Mother fucking Gremlins
House of 1000 Corpses/Devil’s Rejects
Planet of the Apes

honestly no.

the second back to the future was not as interesting as the first one and the third one really felt like a paycheck

not going to argue bond.
not going to argue dawn.

raimi has said EDII is not a sequel so much as a remake of the original with more comedy. as much as i love AoD (and i’m a huge fucking sam raimi fan) it doesn’t live up to the first one at all.

hands fucking down the worst pick on this list is halloween. the second installment of halloween was OK at best and not nearly as well thought out or executed as the first one. the series of flicks that followed were progressively worse. until H2O which is on part with the second film.

gremlins 2 was not as good as the original and was definitely not better.

house of 1000 corpses was fucking dismal, so i wasn’t surprised when devil’s rejects blew it out of the water. even though i’m not a fan of rob zombie, i appreciated the fact that he bettered himself as a filmmaker.

i have no comment for the apes movies. never a fan.

it went back in time

You couldn’t figure out that I meant Back to the Future 2 is as good as the original? That 2 missing off the end really confused you that much?

So you’re saying that…

BTTF 2 and 3
Dawn of the Dead 2 (whatever that is)
Halloween 2-8
Gremlins 2 ()
Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and Battle for the Planet of the Apes

were all better than the first movie in the series? You seemed smarter when I thought you posted in the wrong thread.

So you’re saying that…

BTTF 2 and 3
Dawn of the Dead 2 (whatever that is)
Halloween 2-8
Gremlins 2 ()
Beneath the Planet of the Apes, Escape from the Planet of the Apes, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, and Battle for the Planet of the Apes

were all better than the first movie in the series? You seemed smarter when I thought you posted in the wrong thread.

dawn is the sequel to night isn’t it?

honestly no.

the second back to the future was not as interesting as the first one and the third one really felt like a paycheck

not going to argue bond.
not going to argue dawn.

raimi has said EDII is not a sequel so much as a remake of the original with more comedy. as much as i love AoD (and i’m a huge fucking sam raimi fan) it doesn’t live up to the first one at all.

hands fucking down the worst pick on this list is halloween. the second installment of halloween was OK at best and not nearly as well thought out or executed as the first one. the series of flicks that followed were progressively worse. until H2O which is on part with the second film.

gremlins 2 was not as good as the original and was definitely not better.

house of 1000 corpses was fucking dismal, so i wasn’t surprised when devil’s rejects blew it out of the water. even though i’m not a fan of rob zombie, i appreciated the fact that he bettered himself as a filmmaker.

i have no comment for the apes movies. never a fan.

i’m just gonna…

honestly no.

the second back to the future was not as interesting as the first one and the third one really felt like a paycheck

not going to argue bond.
not going to argue dawn.

raimi has said EDII is not a sequel so much as a remake of the original with more comedy. as much as i love AoD (and i’m a huge fucking sam raimi fan) it doesn’t live up to the first one at all.

hands fucking down the worst pick on this list is halloween. the second installment of halloween was OK at best and not nearly as well thought out or executed as the first one. the series of flicks that followed were progressively worse. until H2O which is on part with the second film.

gremlins 2 was not as good as the original and was definitely not better.

house of 1000 corpses was fucking dismal, so i wasn’t surprised when devil’s rejects blew it out of the water. even though i’m not a fan of rob zombie, i appreciated the fact that he bettered himself as a filmmaker.

i have no comment for the apes movies. never a fan.

Well agree to disagree then. I honestly think they were each as good as the originals, abeit in different ways. AoD, Gremlins and BttF, in particular, were much more ‘fun’ in the sequels imo. I loved the level creativity and design that went into those films.

Halloween 2 was practically a continuation of the Halloween story to me. I loved that. I watched them for the first time back to back and it felt like a complete story to me, the second part no worse than the first.

And I feel similarly about the Planet of the Apes movies. Yes, as a stand alone film, the first is a fantastic movie, but the other movies flush out a universe that we only got a glimpse of in the first. Much like the Ellen Ripley movies, the value isn’t solely in the narrative of the films themselves, but in the development of the world narrative.

At the end of the day it comes down to individual taste. That’s fine that your taste aren’t the same as mine, but there’s no need to say I’m "in the wrong thread".

Well agree to disagree then. I honestly think they were each as good as the originals, abeit in different ways. AoD, Gremlins and BttF, in particular, were much more ‘fun’ in the sequels imo. I loved the level creativity and design that went into those films.

Halloween 2 was practically a continuation of the Halloween story to me. I loved that. I watched them for the first time back to back and it felt like a complete story to me, the second part no worse than the first.

And I feel similarly about the Planet of the Apes movies. Yes, as a stand alone film, the first is a fantastic movie, but the other movies flush out a universe that we only got a glimpse of in the first. Much like the Ellen Ripley movies, the value isn’t solely in the narrative of the films themselves, but in the development of the world narrative.

At the end of the day it comes down to individual taste. That’s fine that your taste aren’t the same as mine, but there’s no need to say I’m "in the wrong thread".

i’ll agree to disagree and that’s as far as that will go.

Back to the Future 2 is as good as the first
Any number of Bond sequels are as good or better than the first
Dawn of the Dead is better than Night of the Living Dead
Evil Dead II/AoD are as good as the original
Halloween 2 is as good as the first
Mother fucking Gremlins 2 was vastly different than the first, but just as good in different ways
Devil’s Rejects was a fuck ton better than House of 1000 Corpses
The Planet of the Apes series is a solid series worthy of the first film

Fixed to avoid confusion.

Yes, but it’s not better. Plus I think he’s talking about the remake, because he doesn’t understand the difference between a remake and a sequel.

your post. it is late.

and that really depends on if you’re talking about the remakes. if you’re talking about the original night, then no… dawn wasn’t.
if you’re talking about the remake of night, then yes… clearly it was better.

Eh, I don’t agree with you on some of your list, but I can accept it.

IMO,

Night > Day > Dawn
ED > AOD > EDII
Gremlins > getting a fork stuck in your dick > Gremlins 2

I saw the original Night and it honestly didn’t do much for me. I thought Dawn was better. In fact, I think Dawn was the best of Romero’s films.

I get that you guys disagree, but it’s not like I came in here listing things like Weekend at Bernie’s 2 or Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2 for crying out loud.

Eh, I don’t agree with you on some of your list, but I can accept it.

IMO,

Night > Day > Dawn
ED > AOD > EDII
Gremlins > getting a fork stuck in your dick > Gremlins 2

Well maybe some of it has to do with when I first watched the films. As a child I liked Gremlins, but maybe didn’t appreciate all the subtle qualities it offered, whereas Gremlins 2 had some crazy shit that was highly entertaining to me. I watch them now and I can’t help but enjoy it for the same reasons though. Gizmo dressed like Rambo, mutant gremlins and that fucking girl gremlin =

Also my gf won’t post in here, but she thinks that Hellboy 2 is one of the best movies ever. And she didn’t really care about the first one that much.

I wouldn’t call it one of the best movies ever, but I liked Hellboy 2 better than the first one.

I saw the original Night and it honestly didn’t do much for me. I thought Dawn was better. In fact, I think Dawn was the best of Romero’s films.

I get that you guys disagree, but it’s not like I came in here listing things like Weekend at Bernie’s 2 or Rob Zombie’s Halloween 2 for crying out loud.

dawn was a pretty awesome movie. and really i’m not disputing that… i’m just a fan of what the original was… something new and fresh which the sequel tried to capitalize on, but for me, failed to capture the tension of the first.

coming at it from the angle of remakes….
absofuckinglutely dawn surpassed the ‘original’ in every way imaginable.

if she was coming to post that, she should have and we would have embraced her intellect and taste as being akin to our own.

then asked to see her tits.

And I think Night of the Living Dead is probably one of my top 10 horror films of all time. It’s up there with The Shining, Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, Evil Dead, Rosemary’s Baby, etc.

Also Beverly Hills Cop III was my favorite of the three. Wonder World

Rosemary’s Baby
The Fog
Evil Dead
Halloween
Night of the Living Dead
The Exorcist
The Shining
Frailty
Dawn of the Dead (the remake)
Scream

i got the feeling that i’m gonna take a lot of heat for that list, which is in no particular order.

subject to change…

Top 12 (because I can’t bring myself to cut any of them off the list) in no particular order:
Alien
The Ring
Halloween
The Thing
The Shining
The Exorcist
The Evil Dead
Rosemary’s baby
A Tale Of Two Sisters
Night Of The Living Dead
A Nightmare On Elm Street
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Honorable mentions:
The Host – too fun to really be scary
Jaws – not really a horror, but pretty scary
Audition – more disturbing than scary.

God dammit. WTF is so great about the ring

fuck. at least somebody said it.

The atmosphere is creepy as fuck from beginning to end. The main premise is scary (a fucking witch who has power over you even though she’s dead and rotting? shit). The video they watch it itself super creepy. The acting and photography and directing, all the filmy stuff is very well-executed.

Basically there’s nothing about it that wasn’t good. And the final death scene at the end… It gave me chills, and I’m hard to scare.

What’s bad about it?

just didn’t do it for me. that’s all. i went in expecting more, probably due to hype, but i felt it sort of fell flat.

My top 10 horror flicks (I think):
28 Days Later
Alien
Dawn of the Dead remake
Halloween
Last House on the Left remake
Paranormal Activity
Prom Night
Scream
The Mist
The Thing

My top 10 horror flicks (I think):
28 Days Later
Alien
Dawn of the Dead remake
Halloween
Last House on the Left remake
Paranormal Activity
Prom Night
Scream
The Mist
The Thing

whoa… whoa…. hang on…. serious…. the mist!?

Yup.

My top 10 horror flicks (I think):
28 Days Later
Alien
Dawn of the Dead remake
Halloween
Last House on the Left remake
Paranormal Activity
Prom Night
Scream
The Mist
The Thing

Now wait just a cotton-pickin minute. The one where the daughter DOESN’T get killed?

You want a taco?

i just ate tacos. then started watching scream. that moment where casey’s mom sees her hanging up in the tree and let’s out that fucking heart wrenching scream really brings the movie to that place of semi-realism. in that one moment i felt what she was feeling and then shit goes off. fuck i love this flick.

The Scream movies were pretty good, I have to admit. Some of the best satire in a long time.

i’m a big fan of the 3 of them… not really sure we need a 4th instalment… but really the franchise hasn’t let me down YET.

yeah this.

scream was pretty good. dont remember 2 and 3

yeah this.

scream was pretty good. dont remember 2 and 3

scream 2 was the college years and scream 3 was the ‘oh the killer came back sidney’

neither were particularly memorable… i just liked the characters. the situation was really secondary for me.

WRONG! Nothing in Electric Boogaloo even came close to the broom dance scene in Breakin’:

Plus, Breakin’ had both JCVD and Tong Po in the first street dance scene.

Puppet Master 2
Terminator 2 (sorry Joe)
Desperado (is actually a sequel to the foreign film ‘El Mariachi’)
Spider-Man 2
Evil Dead 2
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
The Dark Knight
Toy Story 2
Road Warrior (Mad Max sequel)
Blood Stone – Subspecies 2

and
Babe: Pig in the City

jk, I never saw Babe.

Puppet Master 2
Terminator 2 (sorry Joe)
Desperado (is actually a sequel to the foreign film ‘El Mariachi’)
Spider-Man 2
Evil Dead 2
Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
The Dark Knight
Toy Story 2
Road Warrior (Mad Max sequel)
Blood Stone – Subspecies 2

and
Babe: Pig in the City

i’d agree with just about all of those. except el mariachi which i thought was the better film. i had way more fun watching it than desperado.

Road Warrior is the only one I agree with.

yeah but you’re a cunt so…

sir, relax, sir.

And yes, Empire was a sequel. There was no trilogy when they made Star Wars. Don’t listen to Lucas’s grandiose bullshit about how he had this grand vision of a 6 part story about the rise and fall of darth vader. That’s nonsense. Lucas made Star Wars, and then shopped the actors around to every demeaning appearance he could find in an effort to cash in as much as possible (see: The Muppet Show, The Star Wars Holiday Special, etc). Then he realized he could cash in even more if he did a sequel. THEN he wrote it into a three part story.

And the original release did NOT have "Episode IV" in the title sequence.

Tend to agree with this. The original Star Wars could have easily been a stand alone movie.

Also, I know neither of them are outstanding movies, but Spider-Man 2 was better than the original

Trek 2: Khan blah blah
First Contact
Spiderman 2
Iron man 2

I have El Mariachi on DVD. I love that movie. Can’t get my wife to watch it though. The entire subtitle thing. One of these days I am just gonna punch her in the gut and be like, ‘Watch this movie bitch!’.

Hey, what a great idea for Father’s Day!

I have El Mariachi on DVD. I love that movie. Can’t get my wife to watch it though. The entire subtitle thing. One of these days I am just gonna punch her in the gut and be like, ‘Watch this movie bitch!’.

Hey, what a great idea for Father’s Day!

father’s day. punch wife in gut screaming ‘it’s your fault that i’m doing this!’

i hated scream. im sorry i think it was one of the worst horror RETARDED movies. its dumb.

brb drew barrymore half screaming/whimpering when her parents enter the door which she is like what? 5 feet away and they dont hear or see her in the corner of their eye? please go. i stopped watching after that ….AFTER not seeing this movie since it came out.

i hated scream. im sorry i think it was one of the worst horror RETARDED movies. its dumb.

brb drew barrymore half screaming/whimpering when her parents enter the door which she is like what? 5 feet away and they dont hear or see her in the corner of their eye? please go. i stopped watching after that ….AFTER not seeing this movie since it came out.

Scream is great. It’s a satire of slasher movies.

comprehension of genre > him

Every person I’ve met who didn’t like Scream took it seriously and thought it was cheap and derivative of everything else. Basically didn’t get it.

yep. sounds about right.

I didn’t like Scream, but that is because I just didn’t like it. I knew what it was, and it was done well for what it was, I just thought it sucked.

Ok, every one except one.

I have El Mariachi on DVD. I love that movie. Can’t get my wife to watch it though. The entire subtitle thing. One of these days I am just gonna punch her in the gut and be like, ‘Watch this movie bitch!’.

Hey, what a great idea for Father’s Day!

I have to agree. Desperado was good and all and my missus loves it, seems to hate El Mariachi only because of the subs.

Side note, any one talking Ring better not be referring to the crap that came out of Hollywood.

Anyhow.. I personally can’t think of a movie where I preferred the sequel to the first. The only two that come close are:

Addams Family Values > Addams Family
Lethal Weapon II > Lethal Weapon (this is a flip tbh).

I only watched the third one when I heard Jay & Silent Bob make an appearance in it. When I actually saw their five-second cameo though I was pretty disappointed, I didn’t even finish watching the movie.

I recently watched them back to back. The American one is way better than the Jap one. It’s more scary, the story is more coherent, everything about it is better.

I never bothered with any of the sequels. There was no need, because they did everything that needed doing in the first one.

That is something I am yet to do, oddly enough. Given that I haven’t watched either in a good couple of years I will not be surprised if my opinion of them has changed; it wouldn’t be the first time that’s happened either

LOTR two towers I know its a trilogy but still best of the three
Road Warrior
Next Friday
Clerks II
Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me
I know there is more I will report back when i remember

LOTR two towers I know its a trilogy but still best of the three
Road Warrior
Next Friday
Clerks II
Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me
I know there is more I will report back when i remember

The only part of the Two Towers that really stood out for me was the battle of Helm’s Deep, while some of the other scenes like the one with the Treants bored me half to sleep. I honestly don’t think The Two Towers was much better than Return of the King.

i didnt like shaun of the dead either. way too dumb for my tastes. if ure gonna make a quality comedy…to me that is, at least make it smart.

anyone else seeing the irony here?

Yeah… dumb guy does not understand subtle British comedy so he thinks it’s dumb.

Even the critics agreed that Shaun of the Dead was a smart comedy, I guess it just depends on whether or not you pay attention to the dialogue and understand the humor.

everybody loved shaun of the dead. except pretentious artsy douches that don’t know their assholes from a hole in the ground.

what about charlie’s angels 2: full throtle?

Oh god, the first one was bad enough but the second one was absolutely horrible.

same as LAST ACTION HERO ….. they just didn’t get it

it’s VERY british …..

that’s so true. nobody understood it.

I loved last action hero

Yes. Empire was a sequel.
No. It’s not better than Star Wars.
Actually I remember back around 1978 when George Lucas did say he was planning to make a total of 9 films – a trilogy of prequels followed by a trilogy of sequels to the original trilogy. And he did say the prequels would be the story of Darth Vader. After making his fortune off the initial trilogy he really lost interest in the franchise.
But he finally did return to make parts 1, 2 and 3, IMO just to showcase Industrial Light and Magic. What makes them suck is that Lucas, ironically, isn’t a fan of Star Wars.

Yes. Empire was a sequel.
No. It’s not better than Star Wars.
Actually I remember back around 1978 when George Lucas did say he was planning to make a total of 9 films – a trilogy of prequels followed by a trilogy of sequels to the original trilogy. And he did say the prequels would be the story of Darth Vader. After making his fortune off the initial trilogy he really lost interest in the franchise.
But he finally did return to make parts 1, 2 and 3, IMO just to showcase Industrial Light and Magic. What makes them suck is that Lucas, ironically, isn’t a fan of Star Wars.

please don’t post again.

i hated scream. im sorry i think it was one of the worst horror RETARDED movies. its dumb.

brb drew barrymore half screaming/whimpering when her parents enter the door which she is like what? 5 feet away and they dont hear or see her in the corner of their eye? please go. i stopped watching after that ….AFTER not seeing this movie since it came out.

i hate you

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