ByVitor Caires, writer at
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Vitor Caires

There are some movies that need sequels fast like 'Inception' (2010), and there are others that we are getting a little bit tired off, like the 'Fast & Furious' series, and then we have the sequels that we had no idea were even made.

So now I'm going to show you five sequels that I had no idea actually existed. You may know some, you may even have seen some, but I didn't know about them and was shocked to find out!

1. 'Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision' (2003) - Sequel to 'Timecop' (1994)

Not Van Damme
Not Van Damme

Time travel to do list:

1. Kill Hitler

2. Treat your selfish desires

This movie is not bad at all. Some say that it could be even better than its predecessor. Jason Scott Lee brought more than an action element to the movie, he brought a personal touch and edge to it that most action films do not display. The moviemakers also managed to acknowledge all of the great moral or ethical dilemmas that a time altering premise provides. It's thought provoking and even a little emotional. Basically, the film is stuffed with great ideas, good acting, and decent action scenes.

2. 'Ace Ventura Jr: Pet Detective' (2009) - Sequel to 'Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls' (1995)

WHY? WHY? There are only two unique people in the universe that nobody can match: God an Jim Carrey, and this movie proved that. I'm not even going to display the trailer, just watch it.

3. 'Addams Family Reunion' (1998) - Sequel to 'Addams Family Values' (1993)

The first two Addams Family films were true to the original Addams Family comics. This film bears no relation to the original in spirit or concept. It's a pathetic attempt to cash in on an established and recognizable name.

4. 'American Psycho II: All American Girl' (2002) - Sequel to 'American Psycho' (2000)

American Psycho 2 is a terrible "film." Most of the murders were implausible, and there is no way her character could have killed all those people. For those that are huge fans of the Christian Bale masterpiece, you should whole-heartily avoid this film at all costs. There is nothing, I repeat, nothing connecting these two films together outside of a title and a slight beginning reference to a man that never should have existed in the first place.

5. 'I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer' (2006) - Sequel to 'I Still Know What You Did Last Summer' (1998)

Well, after seeing this movie, I was mostly happy with it. I really liked the ending, which I won't give away. There is little reference to the 1st two movies in this one, and it has a whole new cast of characters. As usual, a prank goes bad on the 4th of July and the killer finds out. Not bad for a third one.

There are many, many, many more sequels that I didn't know about and there were others that I actually knew but never had the chance to see. Some are bad, some are good. But these ones I was completely oblivious to.


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