LDM90: I like to pretend sequels I didn't like never got made. Aren't I hilarious and original?
khitsicker: its a real shame that there were never and sequels to The Matrix. I always thought that after Neo becomming The One and people still trapped in the matrix that there was more story to tell.
dittybopper: khitsicker: its a real shame that there were never and sequels to The Matrix. I always thought that after Neo becomming The One and people still trapped in the matrix that there was more story to tell.I feel the same way about Highlander./There can be only one.
kungfu jesus with a side of lime: Sybarite: [gndn.files.wordpress.com image 850x361]didn't they go on and use the tune for jews in space for men in tights?
Blue_Blazer: How the hell has no one mentioned Malcolm McDowell in Star Trak Generations?
Boeheimian Rhapsody: I'll see your Jumper and raise you:
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Dr Dreidel: Saiga410: Has McDowell ever been in a decent movie or TV show outside of his one hit movie?Saiga410: Tyrone Slothrop: ProdigalSigh: Pocket Ninja: The complete and utter fail involved in putting together a list like this and not including Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins is awe-inspiring. In some cultures, a mandatory suicide would be necessary and expected.It always seemed to me that Remo Williams was meant to be the precursor for a TV show, not a movie series.Now I need to watch Buckaroo Banzai again.Just in case you didn't know, there was a Remo Williams TV show, with Malcolm McDowell as Chiun. It sucked.Has McDowell ever been in a decent movie or TV show outside of his one hit movie? (please overlook his very good voice over career)I don't know which "one hit movie" you're talking about, so I'll mention A Clockwork Orange and 2007's Halloween. He was also in Tank Girl, Caligula, Milk Money, The Player and Blue Thunder, but those aren't hits (maybe Tank Girl for the cult status?), or his roles aren't that big (I haven't seen any of those latter films save for Tank Girl).
ThisSideofSteinway: Super Mario Bros. should win the retrospective awkwardness award not only for the hanging sequel thread, but for this now slightly uncomfortable shot.
SuperChuck: A better list would be movies that left absolutely no opening for a sequel but they went ahead and made one (or more) anyway.
ThatBillmanGuy: I guess A Series of Unfortunate Events wasn't popular enough to make this list.
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