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    Default Movies you FORGOT had sequels?

    Love story 2
    Beyond the Poseidon adventure
    Blues Brothers 2000
    American Werewolf in Paris
    Dirty dancing Havana
    Independence day Resurgence
    Terms of endearment sequel
    Species II


    others?

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    Home Alone 3+
    The Hellraiser sequels past 3
    Land Before Times sequels
    Homeward Bound 2
    Current Pull: Amazing Spider-Man and Domino

    Bunn for Deadpool's Main Book!

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    Rogue One.






































































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    Splash too
    The jerk 2
    Christmas story had 6 sequels!
    There was a police academy 7
    There were 4 house movies from the 80s!

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    I feel like most of these aren't sequels people forgot existed so much as sequels people want to forget exist.

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    A lot of movies have B rate direct to dvd sequels people either didn't know about or didn't bother to remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I feel like most of these aren't sequels people forgot existed so much as sequels people want to forget exist.
    Like The Fly 2

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    Do movies that you do remember had sequels but you wish you didn't know that count? I've tried to forget that Highlander had a sequel.
    His name is CAPTAIN MARVEL.

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    I knew about Trancers 2 and 3 but didn't know they made 4-6 until recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I feel like most of these aren't sequels people forgot existed so much as sequels people want to forget exist.
    At least there was only that one Highlander movie (which was awesome).

    You won't convince me otherwise...

    Ditto, The Crow. Great movie. No sequels. None. Nope. Not listening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vakanai View Post
    I feel like most of these aren't sequels people forgot existed so much as sequels people want to forget exist.
    ^^^HAHA!!!

    CHINATOWN had THE TWO JAKES.

    THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW had SHOCK TREATMENT.

    ROSEMARY’S BABY had LOOK WHAT HAPPENED TO ROSEMARY’S BABY.

    DONNIE DARKO had S. DARKO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyO'Brien View Post
    Independence day Resurgence
    This makes me really sad since the Jeff Goldblum/Brent Spiner bromance media promotion tour was the stuff of gold.

    Find yourself someone who looks at you the way these two look at each other:

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    Damn, that is some solid eye contact...

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    I'm always having to look up whether there were two Kirk Alyn Superman serials or only one. You'd think it would be something I could remember. I had to look it up just now, but in another month I'll probably have forgotten again. There were two--SUPERMAN (1948) and ATOM MAN VS. SUPERMAN (1950)--with Noel Neill (Lois Lane), Tommy Bond (Jimmy Olsen) and Pierre Watkin (Perry White) in both. There was only one George Reeves Superman movie--SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE-MEN (1951). At only 58 minutes, this served as a kind of pilot for THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN in the following year and was broken up into two episodes at the end of the TV show's first season.
    celebrating 50 years of 4 beatles crossing a zebra

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    SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE-MEN (1951). At only 58 minutes, this served as a kind of pilot for THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN in the following year and was broken up into two episodes at the end of the TV show's first season.
    Maaaan, I remember watching those eps as a kid. Good times...

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