ByJancy Richardson, writer at Creators.co
To avoid fainting, keep repeating 'It's only a movie...It's only a movie...'
Jancy Richardson

Finally! Top Gun is getting a sequel. But there's a whole bunch of equally AWESOME movies just crying out for the sequel treatment...

Sequels can be dodgy, but remember how The Empire Strikes Back was better than A New Hope? Here's my Top 5 movies that need a Part II, right now.

1. Commando (1985)

Arnold Schwarzenegger goes Commando.
Arnold Schwarzenegger goes Commando.

Let's be honest, we don't know how many more action movies we'll be able to get out of Arnie...whether it's politics or retirement, we gotta fight for Commando 2, stat!

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2. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)

Bob Hoskins learns to love the Toons...
Bob Hoskins learns to love the Toons...

WFRR was something of a landmark for human-toon interaction, and it'd be great to see what could be done with this format with more modern effects. Besides, Jessica Rabbit in 3-D? Count me in!

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3. District 9 (2009)

District 9: can't we all just get along...again?
District 9: can't we all just get along...again?

There's been murmurs about a follow-up to District 9; Neil Blomkamp has even written a treatment for one, which is kind of the film industry equivalent of 'we'll let you know'... We need concrete details!

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4. Point Break (1991)

Swayze and Reeves: the ultimate frenemies.
Swayze and Reeves: the ultimate frenemies.

Of course, Patrick Swayze is sadly no longer with us, but - SPOILERS - Bodhi chooses death by surf at the end of Point Break. Maybe Keanu could infiltrate some meth-cooking skateboarders? Ideas on a postcard, please.

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5. Willow (1988)

Willow taught us to never give a baby Blackroot.
Willow taught us to never give a baby Blackroot.

Fact: it's impossible to watch Willow without grinning like the a little kid. This means that a sequel would be awesome if done well, and devastating if mishandled...thoughts? More Warwick Davis = always good, right?

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