10 Worst Movie Sequels That Should Have Never Been Made

Movie franchises have become increasingly popular in Hollywood over the past few decades, often leading to numerous sequels and spin-offs.

However, sometimes the quality of these movies can quickly decline after the second installment. Recently, in a platform discussion, people have shared movie franchises that should have stopped after the second movie. Let's take a look!

Beethoven (1992)

The inaugural sequel was a runaway hit, but the follow-ups garnered unfavorable critiques and a dip in box office receipts.


The Terminator (1984)

The Terminator is a science fiction flick that features Arnold Schwarzenegger as a cyborg hitman dispatched from the future to eliminate Sarah Connor, the mother of the leader of the resistance.


Taken (2008)

Taken is a high-octane action-thriller that follows Liam Neeson's ex-CIA agent on a mission to save his daughter from the clutches of a human trafficking syndicate.


The Addams Family (1991)

The Addams Family is a darkly comical movie adapted from Charles Addams' cartoons, tracing the bizarre and unconventional lives of the eponymous family as they battle a deceitful attorney to safeguard their abode.


RoboCop (1987)

This sci-fi classic featured Peter Weller as a badass police officer who gets brutally offed, only to be resurrected as a cyborg with a serious mission to clean up the mean streets of Detroit.