Two Jakes is a really good one. Chinatown is one of my favorites of all time and even I haven’t seen the sequel.
Lion King 2 making a half billion on VHS really three open the floodgates.i was skimming thru Disney+'s library the other day. Basically all of Disney's output in the 90s could be in this thread. Lion King 2, Jungle Book 2, Cinderella 2, Little Mermaid 2, The Lion King 2, The Lion King 3 (1/3?), Aladdin 2, Aladdin 3, Pocahontas 2, Hunchback 2, Tarzan 2, 101 Dalmations 2, Lady and the Tramp 2... that's just off the top of my head. I'm pretty sure every single disney animated movie got a sequel in the '90s except Black Cauldron. Direct-to-Video and VHS burst open the quality control gates.
I haven't read them in a while, but isn't that in 2061? All I remember about 3001 is the stupid ending where
No one can forget Grease 2, superlative film and vastly superior to the original.
Fun fact: I watch Get Him To The Greek at least twice per year. It's one of my favorite movies and I can't really explain why. My girlfriend rolls her eyes and leaves the bed when she knows I'm about to start watching it.
What in the world? How have I never seen these before?No can forget Grease 2, superlative film and vastly superior to the original.
I just recently learned the surprisingly heartwarming fact that The Swan Princess from 1994 has continued on to this day for a total(currently) of 9 films. And they are all made by the same people, there has been a single director for all the films and only two different writers(Yuri Lowenthal being one of them!).
First and latest sequels: