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."
The Dark Knight Rises...I don't think I have to explain why though lol
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.
Thanks, I honestly can choose between any of them (BB, TDK, or TDKR) because each movie is so different from the other.
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!
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.
by Vic 7 years ago
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by gabrielthomas72 7 years ago
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by bizzymom 7 years ago
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by Ray Williams 7 years ago
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by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
omg, the best superhero movie of 2012 finally releases it's teaser on superherohype! Oh yea! I'm so stoked over this now, as i can't wait to see the full trailer, and eventually the film. As I don't care what anyone says, "The Dark Knight Rises" will probably end up being the...
by Maria-Arg 7 years ago
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