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The Mighty Ducks (1992)

Director: Stephen Herek
Starring: Emilio Estevez, Joss Ackland, Joshua Jackson
Budget: $10m
Box Office: $51m

Plot: Feel-good underdog antics as Emilio Estevez suffers through community service coaching a hapless Minnesota kids’ hockey team to some sort of glory. He’s a grump who has his heart melted; they’re hopeless but he teaches them to believe in themselves. You know how these things work. It’s a big box of Disney corn, but the little ‘uns loved it.

Mighty Ducks The Movie: The First Face-Off (2013)

Director: Alan Smithee
Starring: James Belushi, Clancy Brown, Tim Curry (voices)

Plot: The first movie ends with Emilio Estevez promising to come back next season and help the kids defend their title. So he did that, in D2: The Mighty Ducks. And then he did it again in, you guessed it, D3: The Mighty Ducks. These films were so successful that they actually led to the creation of a real NHL team (known these days as the Anaheim Ducks), and there was also an animated TV series, which spawned this fourth film, cobbled together from three episodes. It’s set in space, on an ice planet called Puckworld, inhabited by duck-like aliens, for whom hockey is religion and law. Characters included Mallory McMallard, Duke L’Orange and Captain Klegghorn. Star Trek experts Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens were on the writing team. It must have made a change from ghostwriting William Shatner’s Trek novels.

 

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1 Actually...
I actually KNEW some Of these sequels existed, mainly the Disney ones. More

Posted by Darren47 on Saturday October 12, 2013, 12:36

2
Ugh. I can't believe that I actually know all but about three of those. I also hate that I am shocked to discover the omissions of Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation starring Harland Williams The Net 2.0 Arrival II with Patrick Muldoon Sniper 2-4 Substitute 2-4 Butterfly Effect 2-3, Dukes of Hazard prequel and Lake Placid 2-4 More

Posted by AgentDesmond on Thursday June 20, 2013, 19:59

3 The curses of working in CEX
As an ex CEX employee I have heard of approximately 25 of these, thankfully not seen any of them though. The amount of awful straight to DVD sequels that used to come through the doors, perfectly emcompasses the more money than sense idea. I think recognition should be given to the long running franchises of some films, for example seven Children of the Corn films seems a little excessive. Also Titanic 2 anyone? More

Posted by spaniel on Wednesday June 19, 2013, 13:55

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"Cruel Intentions 3 (2004) meanwhile, revolves around Kerr Smith. She’s supposed to be Gellar/Adams’s cousin, but that tenuous connection is all you get." Um, Kerr Smith is a guy. Don't you dare get Dawson's Creek facts wrong when I'm around. More

Posted by odddaze on Saturday June 15, 2013, 00:22

5 RE: Poor functionality
L: joehodrien I'm sure this list is interesting, but it's far too clunky and tiresome to click through. Must the entire page reload for each entry? I made it to about the tenth one before giving up. Webmasters take note! hey do - I think it's clicks and how they relate to advertising income. I hate it too More

Posted by elab49 on Friday June 14, 2013, 23:58

6 RE: The Prophecy
I pretty much knew all of those existed. Except, the Mighty Ducks animated movie, although as that isn't actually a sequel, I still feel good about my knowledge of shit films. More

Posted by Shifty Bench on Friday June 14, 2013, 23:50

7 The Prophecy
They're up to about no. 5 hris Walken buggered off a long time ago! More

Posted by Bleaz79 on Thursday June 13, 2013, 13:02

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The Skulls (2000) featured Paul Walker and Joshua Jackson was followed by The Skulls 2 (2002) starring Robin Dunne, a fixture on this list I believe and The Skulls 3 (2004) starring no-one unless you count Barry Bostwick from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Bachelor Party (1984) starring the legendary Tom Hanks followed in 2008 by Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation starring literally no one. As you can tell I've far to much time on my hands and have heard and or seen most of the films on this list! More

Posted by Flaming Mane on Thursday June 13, 2013, 11:49

9 Poor functionality
I'm sure this list is interesting, but it's far too clunky and tiresome to click through. Must the entire page reload for each entry? I made it to about the tenth one before giving up. Webmasters take note! More

Posted by joehodrien on Thursday June 13, 2013, 08:04

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The Skulls (2000) featured Paul Walker and Joshua Jackson was followed by The Skulls 2 (2002) starring Robin Dunne, a fixture on this list I believe and The Skulls 3 (2004) starring no-one unless you count Barry Bostwick from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Bachelor Party (1984) starring the legendary Tom Hanks followed in 2008 by Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation starring literally no one. As you can tell I've far to much time on my hands and have heard and or seen most of the films on this list! More

Posted by Flaming Mane on Thursday June 13, 2013, 00:08

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Out of the 40 I wasn't supposed to know existed, I knew about 24...don't know what that says about me... More

Posted by Boomer340 on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 20:10

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The Next Karate Kid, Fortress 2: Re-Entry, Home Alone 3 and 4, Starship Troopers 2 and 3 More

Posted by Sharky J Mansour on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 19:38

13 30 Days of Night 2
30 Days of Night: Dark Days http://www.movienewz.com/30-days-of-night-dark-days/ More

Posted by newguy on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 19:00

14 Troll - Troll 2
My favorite worst film of all time - Troll 2 - 1990 Director: Claudio Fragasso The worst plot - Goblins trying to get you to eat their fluorescent green pies so that you will turn into a plant so that then they can eat you (!?!?!?0 The worst script - OMG it is sooooo bad ! Elliott: "I'm the victim of a nocturnal rapture. I have to release my lowest instincts with a woman." UNBELIEVABLY worst acting - seriously, watching this with friends + beer takes twice as long, as you have to rewind it to see just how bad it was ! Worst effects - may have been created in the directors shed. If so he does not have Peter Jackson's flair for the home effects. This was recommended to me by Eli Roth at Halloween, where he tweeted his top 5 Halloween movies, and I can see why. IT'S SO TERRIBLE - IT'S BRILLIANT ! The punch-line......? There are no Trolls in it. It has nothing to do with John Carl Buechler's 1986 Troll whatsoever. More

Posted by danielthompson99 on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 11:24

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Yesterday I discovered, via Amazon recommendations, Amelie 2 exists. It's really a completely unrelated film that just stars Audry Tatou called Happenstance, but the ad men saw an opportunity. I still want to see it though :( More

Posted by chrysalisloall on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 08:21

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A Christmas Story 2 starring Daniel Stern http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2281069/?ref_=sr_2 More

Posted by matsnowie on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 05:08

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superheromaddie- It's also worth mentioning that the same person who dealt with Scream/I Know What You Did Last Summer, also directed Dawson's Creek..... More

Posted by DeadEvil on Wednesday June 12, 2013, 04:43

18 2 more
Adam's Family Reunion and The Birds 2 (no, really....) More

Posted by xzynomorpher on Tuesday June 11, 2013, 23:01

19 Shock-ed!
For me the biggest omission on this list has to be the horrible sequel to Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment! More

Posted by Mschell8 on Tuesday June 11, 2013, 18:31

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I think it needs to be emphasized that American Psycho 2 was directed by the creator of MTV show Teen Mom More

Posted by superheromaddie on Tuesday June 11, 2013, 18:04

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