4 Sequels That Had Nothing In Common With Their Predecessors

So what happens when a producer gets challenging and tries to make a film that withdraws from the points of reference set by the past film in the franchise? What happens when ravenousness, silliness or out and out awkwardness compel the departure? Now and again the group of onlookers gets a reviving astonishment with a unique interpretation of well-known region. Different times, they remain home in huge numbers, abandoning the new movie that some way or another degrade the legacy of the first. The movies here hail from both camps; some are masterworks in their own privilege, while others are outright dreadful. Check out these 4 Sequels that had nothing in common with their predecessors.

1. Back to the Future Part II


Back to the Future depended on 50s wistfulness and 80s realism as wellsprings of cleverness and shockingly touching dramatization. Back to the Future Part II, be that as it may, abstained from the Capraesque story of the principal film, and concentrated absolutely on the main film’s vanity: time travel. The spin-off found the cherished characters of the main film, Marty, and Doc, flying out to the future, and into exchange courses of events undermined by kindred time travelers. The movie likewise made the one of a kind stride of setting the spin-off amid the occasions of the first film, intercutting the two storylines together. While partners of sci-fi and enterprise warmed to Part II, different mates of the first film missed the heart. Perhaps therefore Back to the Future Part III more takes after the first motion picture in structure and tone.
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2. The Matrix Reloaded


The Wachowskis had an astounded crush with their cyberpunk activity film The Matrix in 1999. Splendidly coordinated during a time when Americans had quite recently started investigating the Internet and its secrets, The Matrix turned into an absolute marvel, notwithstanding generating a religion! The Wachowskis started work straight away on a couple of Matrix spin-offs, which would proceed with the narrative of the primary film’s hero, Neo, and his mission to free mankind from the deception of The Matrix.
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As the first Matrix film took after the purported “heroes’ journey” original story, the directors set out to make The Matrix Reloaded as a deconstructionist adaptation of the main film! Instead of proceeding with the account of Neo-as-savior, The Matrix Reloaded uncovered that his foes, the machines, had built his way as a strategy for controlling humankind. Rather than sparing the last leftovers of human development outside the Matrix, Neo needed to give up his companions to spare his species.

3. Batman & Robin


Batman and Robin still denote the nadir of the superhero classification, to some degree since it so greatly left from the style and legacy of the past movies. Burton took the genuine to a dull and genuine place, unafraid to depict Batman as mentally imperfect, or his scalawags as crazy, rough hoodlums. Joel Schumacher proceeded with that convention, pretty much, in Batman Forever, however, included a conspicuous neon shading sense of taste to the visuals. Batman and Robin, in any case, neglects everything that made the franchise so magnificent regardless, disposing of the grown-up topics and feeling of genuine peril. Schumacher replaces the development with plays on words and camp, bringing about a standout amongst the most unfunny, gaudy, and agonizing films ever.

4. King Kong Lives


Producer Dino De Laurentis committed an immense error in creating this spin-off film: it’s a follow-up not to 1933 great, but rather to his appalling 1976 change of it. The 1970s changed King Kong had turned into a film industry achievement, however, it would likewise gain a notoriety for monstrous enhancements (Kong was played by cosmetics legend Rick Baker in a monkey outfit) and terrible acting. Two-time Oscar champ Jessica Lange didn’t work again for a long time, in the wake of conveying a profession most exceedingly awful execution!
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Accordingly, King Kong Lives needed to conquer a negative notoriety before constantly winning one of its own. Tragically, it figured out how to procure a much more dreadful one! Featuring a youthful Linda Hamilton, King Kong Lives gets after the occasions of King Kong, with Hamilton’s Dr. Amy Franklin figuring out how to spare Kong’s life after his experience in New York. Kong rests in a trance like state for a long time, before the revelation of a female mammoth chimp permits Franklin to play out a blood transfusion that resuscitates Kong, who figures out how to escape with his new mate.

Misha Mehta

Misha has a passion for traveling and dancing. She is a movie buff and enjoys eating, shopping, reading (only SELECTIVE reading) and a bit of writing too. Professor by profession, she never forgets to carry one thing to work or wherever she goes…and that’s her smile..
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