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Movies That Never Should Have Had A Sequel

GeekFanedits

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TM2YC said:
The Terminator

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TM2YC

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^ That still makes me laugh :D

TVs Frink said:
TM2YC said:
The Terminator

You shut your mouth.

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The Terminator

Can you still ban members of staff ? ;)
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...but I was only half joking.  @"TMBTM" explained it succinctly later in the thread:

TM2YC said:
TMBTM said:
The Terminator is a perfect loop story where the goal is not to change the future but to make it happen the way it should be (the whole story itself implies that nothing can be changed) . So as soon as you start to play with different timelines, you're fucked, because it is supposed to be a serious movie, not a a BTTF where you can do anything just for the fun of it.

Exactly. The problem is that Terminator 2 is so damn good that we all just happily ignore that it ruins the whole concept.
 

asterixsmeagol

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I remembered loving Warriors of Virtue as a kid in the '90s. I gave it a rewatch a year or two ago. Bad idea. Nostalgia was not enough to save this movie. I can't even imagine how bad the sequel is.
 

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asterixsmeagol said:
I remembered loving Warriors of Virtue as a kid in the '90s. I gave it a rewatch a year or two ago. Bad idea. Nostalgia was not enough to save this movie. I can't even imagine how bad the sequel is.

I showed some clips to the genetic one-offs and noticed that Elysia is Marley Shelton, the one and only Wendy Peffercorn. I'm surprised I never noticed that as a kid. I guess I didn't squint enough at the tv ;)
 
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