What is the your favorite film sequel?

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  1. Thefilmguy24 profile image66
    Thefilmguy24posted 7 years ago

    What is the your favorite film sequel?

    I believe that my favorite sequel is a tie between "The Dark Knight" and "Terminator 2: Judgement Day." "The Dark Knight" brought a whole new level of chaos in the form of the Joker causing a huge conflict with Batman trying to stop the Clown Prince. In "T2" I liked that it was a huge step up in VFX and expanding the mythos of The Terminator. "T2" was also a groundbreaking film that brought CGI into film that was deemed impossible to film. Without this film, there wouldn't be films like "Jurassic Park", "Avatar," "Lord of The Rings."

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    AaronHubb89posted 7 years ago

    The Dark Knight Rises...I don't think I have to explain why though lol

    1. Thefilmguy24 profile image66
      Thefilmguy24posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Good choice. I think that this film is up there with The Dark Knight, but I still think that The Dark Knight is still superior to Rises. But that's just my opinion, but good choice though.

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      AaronHubb89posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, I honestly can choose between any of them (BB, TDK, or TDKR) because each movie is so different from the other.

    3. Rebecca2904 profile image72
      Rebecca2904posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      I think the Dark Knight is better than both the other recent Batman movies (Batman Begins and the Dark Knight Rises)... but it's a sequel so it still counts!

  3. Radikum profile image60
    Radikumposted 7 years ago

    As much as I love The Dark Knight (and I LOVE this film), if I'm judging sequels on a personal level, I cannot put the The Dark Knight over Toy Story 2. Also, Toy Story 3 was a better sequel too me than The Dark Knight Rises. Honestly, the Toy Story trilogy is (IMO) one of the greatest trilogies of all time; yet, I just hope (if they do) any other sequels will be up to the standard they've already set.

    1. Thefilmguy24 profile image66
      Thefilmguy24posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Interesting choice in "Toy Story." I agree that "Toy Story 2" and "Toy Story 3" were better films than the first film. They are all great films. I still watch the Trilogy to this day with my 10 month old daughter.

  4. nanderson500 profile image85
    nanderson500posted 7 years ago

    The Dark Knight, T2, and The Empire Strikes Back.

 
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