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Hollywood has a sadistic sense of humour when it thinks of resurrecting a cult movie and mercilessly going ahead with it's public beheading. The sole problem lies in the fact that there are always different directors, producers, script-writers, and new actors filling in the shoes of their precursors, and that's where it goes haywire. We bring to you the top movies that Hollywood should simply stop making.
1. Final Destination
This one was enough to creep out teenagers into triggering agoraphobia forever. A brilliant movie that inculcated Deja Vu in a horrifying manner. So rather than make the dread linger, the filmmakers came up with four sequels for the same. FOUR! We strongly believe that people got the gist of the idea in the first film itself, no there was no need to push it beyond the point of stupidity and self-immolation
We all love a decent gore thriller movie. and SAW made a name for itself in the recent times. And what do you do when a franchise is doing well? Not to forget, the protagonist dies in the third one and spells an end to it. The answer's simple, he leaves some more puzzles for people to solve, and spell doom with their blood or amputated body parts. Yes, they spun out seven movies in all, the last one going with recent trend of 3D, and well, as the story goes, it's the same old again, and again, and again.
3. Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park is a Steven Spielberg baby, and when there's Spielberg involved, it has be downright awesome. Jurassic Park brought the dinosaurs back to life, and unlike the goofy Tokyo Godzilla CGI, these looked real, real enough to soil your pants. Now, Hollywood and it's ever-hungry thirst for juicing out money, came out with two more flicks. The second did justice, as it was directed by Spielberg himself, but the third one was sheer stupidity with the dinos running amok in a city. Yes, it was that horrifyingly mundane. Hollywood, the joke's on you, Tokyo has been doing that since 1000 B.C.
4. Resident Evil
We loved the first one. We loved Milla kicking weird human/weird dog/weird other creatures' in awesome slow-mo manner. But that wasn't enough. The directors wanted to drag us, along with Milla to the depth of the hell, right into the Devil's bedroom and leave us there stranded, for life. They've drowned us in five movies, and they intend to do few more in the future. This spells the end of humanity, and Milla Jovovich's career.
5. Die Hard
John McClane is one badass NYPD detective who mutilates terrorists, bad guys, terrorists, and some more bad guys trying to be terrorists. He also saves New York again, and again, and again, and eventually saves the world. The last time we saw him, he was still grumpy about his payscale, a divorcee, and lived like a hobo. Isn't that enough for a cop to go through. It's time to leave him alone. So when's he retiring? Not anytime soon, we guess.
We all love Arnie for this one. Terminator was a true post-apocalypse eye-opener. A brilliant movie, it got people hooked by the millions! And thankfully so, it's sequel, Judgement Day, did total justice to its predecessor. And that's when Hollywood went mental. They ended up churning out a franchise in the form of a television series titled Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and two more movies who's naming here would spur a chain reaction of every computer lodging a bullet in it's user's brain. We're sorry. With no co-relation, no logic, and script scribbled with a crayon on a wall, Terminator landed itself right inside the middle of Hollywood's sequel mania.
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