Top Ten Disappointing Movies That Were Followed Up by Even Worse MoviesOk. Let me explain what this list is about since I'm not even sure if I understand it. This list compiles the best examples of movies that everyone thought were bad until they were followed by much worse successors (sequels, prequels, remakes, reboots, spin-offs, etc.). The movies listed below may or may not be sequels themselves, mind you. Let this list of films illustrate how we need to enjoy what we have instead of hope for something better (because the next one might not be).
The Top Ten
Amazing Spider-man 2 was one of the greatest Superhero movies ever.
'Spider-Man 3' looks a lot friendlier now that we've had to fight through the failed 'Amazing Spider-Man' series (I'm talking about you, #2). - BKAllmighty
This one has never really been thought of as a "bad" movie, however there were mixed emotions at the time of its initial release due to its darker tone, heavy violence, and... well... monkey brains. Of course, after 'Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' came out, everything has been hunky dory for 'Indy 2'. - BKAllmighty
Actually, Last Crusade was awesome. - RalphBob
Okay, not that good as the first ( so Obvious ) or second Alien but disappointing? I think that this " Ripley " trilogy is one of the best trilogies made.
Oh no. Alien 3 was a great film. I loved its dark style. At least it tried to do something new. A3 is by far the most risky Alien movie. They should've added more likable characters. This is it!
Resurrection was entertaining enough. We saw xenos underwater which is great too!
While many would still argue that the third entry in the Alien series is the least-liked, 'Alien Resurrection's overreliance on its gross-out gags and overall goofiness help Alien³ feel a bit more grounded (Get it? 'Cause it takes place on a planet? ). - BKAllmighty
This movie is why we still haven't gotten the promised Incredibles sequel... - Turkeyasylum
And now they created "Planes", which is even worse than the Cars franchise. - Minecraftcrazy530
2006's 'Cars' was Pixar's first movie to receive more than a handful bad reviews. Why did they decide to give 'Cars', their least-liked film, a sequel before 'Finding Nemo', 'Monsters, Inc. ', and The Incredibles? Money. It's all thanks to all the 6 year old boys who bought the merchandise. Now we have 'Cars 2'. And we're getting a 'Cars 3'. Great. At least the first installment is watchable. - BKAllmighty
Too bad everyone's wasting their energy complaining about "Frozen". Before that movie even existed, "Cars" was always an overrated, overmarketed nuisance.
The Joker in the first one was great, but Batman was terrible. He couldn't even turn his head. The others after it were historically bad.
When compared to comically bad 'Batman & Robin' and the unwatchable 'Catwoman', Joel Schumacher's first stab at the Batman series seems far superior. - BKAllmighty
This movie actually wasn't so much a disappointment as much as it was an acquired taste. Not everyone wants to watch people get chunks bitten out of them by evil fish for 2 hours. I understand that. But the sequel, 'Piranha 3DD', couldn't even please that special group of gore lovers. Not even David Hasselhoff could save it from drowning. - BKAllmighty
Anyone who has seen both 2007's 'Ghost Rider' and 2012's 'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' obviously had to like the first one in order to seriously consider seeing the second one (unless you're spontaneous like me). The "stand-alone" sequel had its moments of glory but was mostly uneven and bizarre, while the original was just a little over-confident and cheesy. Neither of them are great but the former one is watchable. - BKAllmighty
Insurrection was boring and silly but I loved Nemesis very much!
'Insurrection' was sort of dull, 'Nemesis' was both dull and brainless. Thank goodness for the 2009 quasi-prequel reboot! - BKAllmighty
This one was disappointing but the 4th and 5th are WAY worse! - MarioMaster101
Just watch Home Alone 4 and 5 and you'll warm up to 3 very easily, believe me. - BKAllmighty
'Superman IV: The Quest for Peace' was so unforgivingly terrible that its predecessor, 'Superman III', looks like 'Gone with the Wind' by comparison. - BKAllmighty
Scooby-Doo 2 is actually better. Though the made-for-T.V. movies are absolutely unwatchable. - BeatlesFan1964