Check This Out: Sequels That Bombed Box Office Graphic
I love the graphics that MovieFill makes. We've featured plenty of them before (the $400 Million Club one most recently) and now they've got another one that I've got to share! It's called simply Sequels That Bombed and is inspired by the overwhelming success of The Final Destination, as they say it should've failed miserably (and didn't). So instead, they chart the biggest sequel bombs from 1982 to 2009. "Most of the films we included made under $35 million. A few (Blair Witch 2, Analyze That), made over $35 but were still considered bombs because of the significant drop in sales from their predecessor. Bombs away!"
Some of the movies on here just deserved to die a miserable box office death, but others are a bit shocking. Some of the big ones that I am still surprised by are: Jason X, Analyze That, The Whole Ten Yards, etc. The funny thing about this chart is that most people probably haven't seen most of these films, which is exactly why they were failures (and for good reason, most of them sucked). Although I do remember seeing Dumb and Dumberer, sadly, and everyone went to see Punisher: War Zone, but that movie was just as bad as the first one. Anyway, I hope we've all gained some insight looking at this - don't make unnecessary sequels!