Film Quizzes: Films that led to Forgotten Sequels

They say lightning never strikes twice. That would have certainly been good advice for these films that faded into obscurity along with dire reviews. How well do you remember the originals? Were you aware that they had inspired sequels. Your scores and comments are always welcome so please feel free to write something below.

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 1 Film 1: 1980s

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 2 Film 2: 1990s

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 3 Film 3: 1990s

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 4 Film 4: 1990s

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 5 Film 5: 1990s

Film Quizzes - Films that led to Forgotten Sequels Film 6 Film 6: 2000s

Answers below

1. 9 1/2 Weeks  (1986)    – Another 9 1/2 Weeks  (1997)

2. The Mask  (1994)    – Son of the Mask  (2005)

3. Wild Things  (1998)    – Wild Things 2  (2004)

4. Cruel Intentions  (1999)    – Cruel Intentions 2  (2000)

5. American Psycho  (1999)    – Amercian Psycho 2: All American Woman  (April 2002)

6. Bring it On  (2000)    – Bring it on Again  (2004)

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56 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Films that led to Forgotten Sequels

  1. I got them all but was nervous the picture wasn’t from Wild Things. In Australia, March was called Cruel Intentions 2 even it was a prequel. A terrible film but Amy Adams was in it and there was an interesting scene involving a horse. 😮

    • Even if life wasn’t short, it sounds like a good idea to avoid them haha. IMDB gives Son of the Mask a 2.2 rating. Mind you, I had a look and Glitter got 2.1 score.

  2. ohhhhhh Bring it on!! that movie seriously made me want to become a cheerleader for a minute! but I had no idea Cruel Intentions 2 was even a thing?! Awesome post!

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  4. 3/6 I am getting better :p I have only seen the sequel of Cruel Intentions. I know I watched it, but I can’t recall a thing about the movie.

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