21 Movies That Have Too Many Damn Sequels
These days, it takes a TikTok-dancing killer doll or an interdimensional butt plug fight to get an original movie out in front of audiences. If it’s not a sequel, it’s a prequel, an adaptation, a reboot, a reimagining or at least a re-something. Studios just don’t want to take a risk on a quiet but interesting indie when they could crank out the 20th adventure of whatever superhero is selling the most Halloween costumes, and as a result, well, some superheroes are getting 20 different adventures. It’s got to stop somewhere.
For Redditor Hermitinhiding, “It’s the Fast and Furious franchise. I think I stopped watching after the third movie, and by now, I don’t even know what part just came out or is about to be produced,” they wrote. “It went from tight car races to wth is this?”