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10 Film Sequels And Spin-Offs That Should Never Have Happened


The law of diminishing returns dictates that when Hollywood seizes on a sleeper hit and begins cranking out sequels, prequels and spin-offs, the desire to make money will suck all the life out of the material and produce a film of inferior quality.

Released in 2004, James Wan’s Saw was a movie for the head, a well thought-out psycho-thriller that didn’t skimp on character. By the time of Saw 3D, the series had become a parody of its former self, resorting to violence so cartoonish and overdone that it was impossible to take seriously.

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