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Today's Poll: 07/28/2015

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What movie sequel, do you want to see get made? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Bill & Ted 3
Beetlejuice 2
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2
The Simpsons Movie 2
Kill Bill Vol. 3
Spaceballs 2
Other/Undecided (explain in comments
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JesusFollower7
on 07/28/15
Courageous
Kunou
on 07/28/15
Why so low on Who Framed Roger Rabbit? I thought it was a very original movie and awesome at cross overs.
MirellaXochitl
on 07/28/15
Bridesmaids
catherine1223
on 07/28/15
none
Pkmancadad
on 07/28/15
none
scienceofmusic
on 07/28/15
kayanam123 and 4 others liked this  
None of the above. NOT EVERYTHING NEEDS A SEQUEL.
HeatherRee19
on 07/28/15
Agreed! Who Framed Roger Rabbit has always been one of my favorite movies since I was little. But I wouldn't want them to do a sequel and ruin the movie..
UseableID
on 07/28/15
iamtotallyahuman and 4 others liked this  
Sequels don't ruin movies. Sequels can be terrible but that doesn't make the first movie they are based on worse. That would just be silly.
FireFalcon908
on 07/28/15
I think they meant potentially ruin the movie.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
Spaztastic7 liked this  
that depends on the attitude of the viewer.
UseableID
on 07/28/15
iamtotallyahuman and 3 others liked this  
If a sequel can make you dislike the first movie then you probably didn't like the first movie anyway.

It's like being a person who love eating burgers, going to a restaurant and having a terrible tasting burger, and then saying every other burger you had before that was bad too becuase of that last burger you had.

See what I mean? A sequel can be aweful! But that still doesn't cange the content of the first movie you said you enjoyed so much. If you don't like the original anymore that is beacuse your taste in movies has changed. LIke going from a burger lover to being a vegan.
Spaztastic7
on 07/28/15
It can ruin it by making you associate it with the good one in your head. Like how you can like a song, but if it has a really horrible music video, you may never be able to listen to the song the same way again.
kialuvsyoo
on 07/28/15
None of these
gryx
on 07/28/15
How about a "Dances with Wolves" follow up? Maybe what becomes of him & "Stands with Fist".
Midntlady769
on 07/28/15
kialuvsyoo liked this  
I would rather see more imagination than a sequel.
Ninjakita
on 07/28/15
i haven't seen half of these and didn't like the other half....
ABaum14
on 07/28/15
Goonies for sure!!!
kdb4sahm
on 07/28/15
I haven't seen any of those. Any of Melissa McCarthy's movies would make good sequels!
Dentsdumidi
on 07/28/15
I would go see The Heat 2.
jrdnc88
on 07/28/15
ChrissyAn and 2 others liked this  
Father of the Bride 3 where the baby daughter (Megan) gets married.
6xmomma
on 07/28/15
That would be hilarious! :D
suzie00
on 07/28/15
I really don't care for remakes. You can't beat the original.
KinchStalker
on 07/28/15
A worthy remake will take the ideas in the original in a new direction. The 1979 remake of Nosferatu comes to mind.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
ChrissyAn liked this  
Who's trying to "beat the original"? There's nothing wrong with continuing the story.
evelyn54
on 07/28/15
none to many crappy sequels now. to many crappy reboots.
Meggie635
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
Eragon. They just left us hanging.
MiMaHo
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
The first one didn't make enough money to justify a sequel financially.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
Yeah. Because the first one was terrible. If ever a movie needs a complete overhaul and reboot, it's Eragon.
6xmomma
on 07/28/15
I agree!
bawanab
on 07/28/15
Drop Dead Fred 2 would be great..................
caerde
on 07/28/15
How about something new and original, not from tv or comics, a new fresh idea.
Elich11
on 07/28/15
Any Hayao Miyazaki movie.
highlowe
on 07/28/15
Hanie713 and 5 others liked this  
Goonies!
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
A good new Gremlins movie would be awesome! They could grab Chris Potter for the connection to Keye Luke (Kung Fu) and let the mayhem ensue!
Meggie635
on 07/28/15
That's a good one didn't think about that.
limre
on 07/28/15
MrsDevlin liked this  
None of the above. Gah, they need new stuff for movies
rosesylace
on 07/28/15
No sequels.
oma13
on 07/28/15
Don't watch movies, saw Roger Rabbit many, many years ago.....
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
The no wonder you don't watch movies! Now don't get all het up people! RR was a great movie, but if someone doesn't generally watch movies, it's a hard one to get started from.
karenannmag
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
Haven't seen most of them but Spaceballs was pretty funny, but only if you had seen Star Wars....
SabrinaLynn71
on 07/28/15
The Goonies
nbtredway
on 07/28/15
sharongw and 3 others liked this  
No sequels. They ruin the first movie
KinchStalker
on 07/28/15
It's too often true, but that's not always the case. Counterexamples would include The Godfather Part II, The Empire Strikes Back, Evil Dead 2, The Road Warrior, The Dark Knight, Toy Story 2 and 3, Superman II, and Terminator 2.
Dentsdumidi
on 07/28/15
How about Foodfight! 2 then? You can't argue that it would ruin the first movie.
iamtotallyahuman
on 07/28/15
6xmomma and 1 others liked this  
That's just, like, your opinion, man.
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
The dude abides.....
iferrari47
on 07/28/15
Dentsdumidi liked this  
I don't know about you, but I liked Toy Story 2 better than the first one.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
Huh?
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
All a matter of opinion.
jenn157
on 07/28/15
Spaztastic7 liked this  
none of them
CodeNerd
on 07/28/15
MrsDevlin and 1 others liked this  
2nd World War Z. Perhaps more about how living around the zombies, rather than just trying to kill them.
swaguser17885463
on 07/28/15
There are so many books that were made into movies that ended up being really good, under rated movies but never had the nest one put out in film. I'd go for one of those.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
Swizzlenut liked this  
And then people would complain about how the movie ruined the book and how the writer was so unoriginal. . .
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
I hear it all the time. Bottom line, someone is going to complain about a movie regardless, you can't please everyone.
Darbie123
on 07/28/15
none
NakiahBurnes
on 07/28/15
None of these movies deserved a first go, and you want to make a sequel! Dear me!

Some decent options next time, please. I don't mind sequels but the first movie should be good and should have a bit of mystery about it.
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
What about Kill Bill? So much awesomeness...
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
Yeah. But Bill died several years ago and there's not really anyone that can replace DC.
murkywaters786
on 07/28/15
Are you saying the original Bill and Ted sucked? Heck no. It's brilliant!
RealmEscapades
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
I would want to see another Spaceballs, as long as they do it right.
M0niqueGr1ggs
on 07/28/15
All of them.
Mrskp09
on 07/28/15
6xmomma liked this  
Maze runner
djbeaniemike5725
on 07/28/15
RAMBO5
sarawhitfield3
on 07/28/15
Quentin.
aprila1215
on 07/28/15
sc1012 liked this  
The Incredibles 2!
QponRosey
on 07/28/15
None of these. I'd LOVE to see Bridesmads 2!
magross335
on 07/28/15
LadyRadagu liked this  
none of the above!
SemperFi2004
on 07/28/15
Swizzlenut and 5 others liked this  
A Series Of Unfortunate Events 2
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
Oh, please, no!
Marylynn54
on 07/28/15
Didn't see any of them.
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
iamtotallyahuman and 2 others liked this  
How about a Jurassic Park sequel where the park is successful, but then they make a hybrid dinosaur that breaks out and causes mayhem? With Starlord as a main character?
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
And Gohren from the old Law and Order Criminal Intent as a stiff gov.ernment type? You've got a good idea there!
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
Dentsdumidi liked this  
I doubt that would go over very well...
iamtotallyahuman
on 07/28/15
Everyone I know who saw the movie loved it, haven't heard anything bad about it (except how some people are angry for some reason that there was a lot of advertising in it, it was set in a freaking theme park OF COURSE there are brand names everywhere!). My one issue was that main female character's shoes. What the heck. It would have been SOOO satisfying to see her heel break and that T-Rex eat her. WHEN YOUR LIFE IS IN DANGER AND YOU HAVE TO RUN, KICK YOUR FREAKING PUMPS OFF!!!
nrsangie79
on 07/28/15
Lynda5 and 2 others liked this  
I want to see Wanted 2, and a new Narnia film.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
The Silver Chair is in production. Due out in 2016.
TumblrFamous
on 07/28/15
none they all end up sucking
rosepassions
on 07/28/15
The last Jurassic Park was really good. However, most of the time they do mess it up.
Caspita
on 07/28/15
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
Aliday and 1 others liked this  
Sounds like an "adult" movie.
sassydeane
on 07/28/15
Maybe the next Magic Mike sequel? :D
Darkbee
on 07/28/15
Swizzlenut liked this  
Zip and Zipper
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
The story of a lonely fluffer who unfortunately gets arthritis from the many years of zipperwork and is in danger of losing his job, thanks to his creative new idea he transforms himself into.......ZIPPERHEAD!
agentlecomputer
on 07/28/15
Inside Out
rosepassions
on 07/28/15
TeresaDoherty liked this  
I had to choose BeetleJuice!!!
GBPackersGirl
on 07/28/15
Tangled.
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
TeresaDoherty and 2 others liked this  
Okay, Kill Bill volume 3- except it's Bill from Bill and Ted the Bride is after, after Evil Bill made an attempt on her daughter's life. Kiddo doesn't realize that Evil Bill is a robot, and goes after the real Bill. Ted contacts private investigator Eddie Valient to track down the assassin. Eddie happens to discuss the case with friends Roger and Jessica Rabbit, and Jessica volunteers to help, revealing that she was once an assassin herself. Jessica and the Bride become engaged in a deadly game of cat and mouse, allowing Bill and Ted to escape.
A strange, suspicious man appears and claims Eddie sent him to help Bill and Ted. The man, who turns out to be Beetlejuice, takes them into space to hide, having hired Lone Star and Vespa to provide transport aboard their ship. Dark Helmet and company have escaped from the planet they were stranded on, and Bill and Ted's awesome exploration of the universe is cut short when he attacks. The heroes (and Beetlejuice) are taken captive, and Dark Helmit reveals his plan to enslave the galaxy.
Meanwhile, Jessica and the Bride are locked in a fight to the death. Just before the final blow is struck, Eddie and Roger run up and stop them, explaining that while watching the new Simpson's movie (which has been on in the background during the entire film), their own movie was referenced, and the plot revealed. Death had sent Evil Bill to kill the Bride's daughter, as he felt she was holding the Bride back from killing people. At the same time, he hired Beetlejuice to kill Bill and Ted, so that Kiddo would never know the truth (and to get rid of the annoying duo once and for all).
Kiddo and Jessica lay down their swords just as Beetlejuice appears and tells them about Dark Helmet's evil plot, explaining that he only went along with Death's plot to stop Dark Helmet, as Dark Helmet's device doesn't actually work and would accidentally destroy the universe.
marcusotero
on 07/28/15
Cool story, bro. Tell it again?
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
Swizzlenut liked this  
Reflective opens a portal to the ship where Bill and Ted are being held, and Jessica and Kiddo cut down everything in their path until the reach the holding cell. After releasing the prisoners, everyone races to the bridge to destroy the device, where they are confronted by Dark Helmet. While Jessica battles and kills him, the Bride and Bill discover they have the power of the Swartz, and together, use their new powers to destroy the device.
With the universe safe once more, Lone Starr and Vespa say goodbye and head off with Bill and Ted, who will seek Yogurt to continue Bill's training. The rest return to earth through the portal, where Kiddo informs the group of her plan to make Death pay for trying to kill her daughter. While initially reluctant, the group agrees to help her and Beetlejuice summons Death. An epic showdown ensues between the Bride and Death, while Jessica, Eddie, Roger, and Beetlejuice fight off the hordes of undead that death has summoned.
Wounded and exhausted, Death yields, when suddenly Beetlejuice pulls a crimson dagger out of thin air and kills Death. Laughing maniacally, he puts the dagger back and explains that this has been his plan all along, that he is now the Grim Reaper and will engulf the world in darkness and chaos. An even more epic battle begins, with both the Bride and Jessica desperately trying to take down the mad Death. Eddie and Roger end up hiding in a nearby store, where they watch more of the Simpson's movie until Bill and Ted appear from the future and hand them the crimson dagger, explaining that it is the only weapon that can kill death. They toss the dagger to the girls, and the Bride grabs it and kills Beetlejuice, thus becoming new Grim Reaper.
The movie ends with the Bride and her daughter being rowed across the river Styx towards the dark, towering, beautiful, palace of the dead, their new home, while her daughter watches the end of the Simpson's movie on her tablet.
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
*Beetlejuice, not reflective
Arsinoway
on 07/28/15
Don't forget to read the second part. I had to split it up.
Swizzlenut
on 07/28/15
Sounds promising.
UseableID
on 07/28/15
Sold. Where can I see this now?
boogergirl
on 07/28/15
Wow you really gave this some thought!
guevona1
on 07/28/15
leftside and 5 others liked this  
40 percent of America wants Hollywood to come up with something original.
Lynda5
on 07/28/15
That's less than half, folks!
UseableID
on 07/28/15
Lynda5 and 2 others liked this  
Without doing it themselves.

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