Ranking The Worst Movie Sequels Of All Time

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#100. "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties"

  • Smart Rating: 19.23

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Bill Murray, Breckin Meyer, Jennifer Love Hewitt

  • Original: "Garfield: The Movie" (2004)

  • Original Smart Rating: 17.89

Garfield (Bill Murray) follows Jon (Breckin Meyer) to England and receives the royal treatment after he is mistaken for the heir to a grand castle. However, the feline will need all nine lives to foil the plans of evil Lord Dargis (Billy Connolly), who wants to turn the castle into a resort.

#99. "Child's Play 3"

  • Smart Rating: 19.23

  • Release year: 1991

  • Starring: Justin Whalin, Perrey Reeves, Jeremy Sylvers

  • Original: "Child's Play" (1988)

  • Original Smart Rating: 81.14

It's been years since Chucky, the doll with the soul and the voice (Brad Dourif) of a psychopathic killer, was apparently destroyed in a fire at a doll factory. Now Chucky's manufacturer is remaking the same line of toys with the old, still haunted materials. This resurrects Chucky, who goes after Andy (Justin Whalin), his former owner, who now attends military school. Chucky slashes his way through a string of grotesque murders as Andy tries to stop the homicidal doll and the spirit within it.

#98. "The Rage: Carrie 2"

  • Smart Rating: 19.23

  • Release year: 1999

  • Starring: Emily Bergl, Jason London, Dylan Bruno

  • Original: "Carrie" (1976)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.55

When her closest friend commits suicide after being manipulated by the popular crowd, quiet and bookish Rachel Lang (Emily Bergl) decides to get back at the guilty parties. Although Rachel falls for sensitive football player Jesse Ryan (Jason London), she remains determined to punish his callous friends. When Rachel discovers that she has superhuman abilities, it ups the stakes for her revenge, echoing a supernatural incident that occurred decades before.

#97. "Taken 3"

  • Smart Rating: 19.19

  • Release year: 2014

  • Starring: Liam Neeson, Forest Whitaker, Maggie Grace

  • Original: "Taken" (2008)

  • Original Smart Rating: 82.68

Ex-covert operative Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) and his ex-wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen), are enjoying a reconciliation when Lenore is brutally murdered. Bryan is framed for the crime and flees, with the CIA, FBI and police all in hot pursuit. For the last time, he channels his rage and particular set of skills into hunting down Lenore's real killers, taking his revenge and protecting the one important thing left in his life: his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace).

#96. "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps"

  • Smart Rating: 19.17

  • Release year: 2000

  • Starring: Eddie Murphy, Janet Jackson, Larry Miller

  • Original: "The Nutty Professor" (1996)

  • Original Smart Rating: 66.70

Professor Sherman Klump (Eddie Murphy) is getting married. And the Klump family could not be more delighted. His fiancee Denise (Janet Jackson) is thrilled to become a Klump, and with her appetite she'll fit right in. But Buddy Love ... well, Buddy is another matter.

#95. "The Jungle Book 2"

  • Smart Rating: 19.16

  • Release year: 2003

  • Starring: John Goodman, Haley Joel Osment, Mae Whitman

  • Original: "The Jungle Book" (1967)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.94

Wild child Mowgli (Haley Joel Osment) has grown fidgety with his life in a rural village. So he sneaks back to the jungle to be with his animal friends, like lovable bear Baloo (John Goodman). Mowgli's disappearance worries his family, so his stepsister, Shanti (Mae Whitman), journeys into the jungle to find him. But all is not well there. Mowgli's old foe, the fierce tiger Shere Khan (Tony Jay), is out to get him, and he traps Mowgli, Shanti and Baloo in an ancient temple.

#94. "Major League II"

  • Smart Rating: 19.13

  • Release year: 1994

  • Starring: Charlie Sheen, Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen

  • Original: "Major League" (1989)

  • Original Smart Rating: 87.33

The Cleveland Indians, an endearing assortment of oddballs who improbably won the division championship last season, have since lost their edge due to personal pursuits and the excesses of fame. Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn (Charlie Sheen) does lucrative endorsements, but his killer fastball is gone, while once-aggressive slugger Pedro Cerrano (Dennis Haysbert) has become a laid-back Buddhist. But, as the players realize they've all gone astray, they rally for a shot at the World Series.

#93. "Survival of the Dead"

  • Smart Rating: 19.10

  • Release year: 2009

  • Starring: Alan Van Sprang, Kenneth Welsh, Kathleen Munroe

  • Original: "Night of the Living Dead" (1968)

  • Original Smart Rating: 94.51

Zombies have taken over the world, and a ragtag band of soldiers led by Sarge Crockett (Alan Van Sprang) roams the countryside trying to scavenge whatever possible. Constantly on guard against flesh-eaters, the group is intrigued when hearing of a safe haven on Plum Island. But when they arrive, they find the supposed paradise torn apart by a family feud between the O'Flynns, who want to exterminate all zombies, and the Muldoons, who coexist peacefully with their undead relatives.

#92. "Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead"

  • Smart Rating: 19.04

  • Release year: 2009

  • Starring: Janet Montgomery, Tom Frederic, Tamer Hassan

  • Original: "Wrong Turn" (2003)

  • Original Smart Rating: 36.30

Unsuspecting friends and escaped convicts encounter cannibalistic mutants in the woods.

#91. "Halloween III: Season of the Witch"

  • Smart Rating: 19.00

  • Release year: 1982

  • Starring: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O'Herlihy

  • Original: "Halloween" (1978)

  • Original Smart Rating: 93.61

Dr. Daniel "Dan" Challis (Tom Atkins) and Ellie Grimbridge (Stacey Nelkin), the daughter of a murder victim, uncover a terrible plot by small-town mask maker Conal Cochran (Dan O'Herlihy), a madman who's planning a Halloween mass murder utilizing an ancient Celtic ritual. The ritual involves a boulder stolen from Stonehenge, the use of Silver Shamrock masks and a triggering device contained in a television commercial -- all designed to kill millions of children.

#90. "Superman III"

  • Smart Rating: 19.00

  • Release year: 1983

  • Starring: Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Robert Vaughn

  • Original: "Superman: The Movie" (1978)

  • Original Smart Rating: 93.76

Computer programmer Gus Gorman (Richard Pryor) is hired by financial tycoon Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn) to seize control of a weather satellite and annihilate Colombia's coffee crop. When Superman (Christopher Reeve) manages to thwart the plan, Webster commands Gorman to use the satellite to locate kryptonite, the Man of Steel's mortal weakness. But a missing unknown element in the kryptonite -- replaced by Gorman with tar -- causes an unintended side effect when presented to Superman.

#89. "Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers"

  • Smart Rating: 18.98

  • Release year: 1989

  • Starring: Donald Pleasence, Danielle Harris, Wendy Kaplan

  • Original: "Halloween" (1978)

  • Original Smart Rating: 93.61

After lying in a coma for a year, Michael Myers (Donald L. Shanks) awakens and stalks his way back to his small hometown in Illinois, intent on killing his niece, Jamie (Danielle Harris), who has been confined to a mental institution since Michael's last attempt to slay her. Suspecting a psychic link between Michael and Jamie, psychiatrist Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence) joins forces with Sheriff Ben Meeker (Beau Starr) and attempts to stop Michael's latest rampage.

#88. "Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid"

  • Smart Rating: 18.94

  • Release year: 2004

  • Starring: Johnny Messner, KaDee Strickland, Matthew Marsden

  • Original: "Anaconda" (1997)

  • Original Smart Rating: 17.10

Bill Johnson (Johnny Messner) leads a group of scientists (KaDee Strickland, Matthew Marsden, Nicholas Gonzalez, Eugene Byrd, Salli Richardson-Whitfield) into the jungles of Borneo. They are searching for the mythical blood orchid, which can supposedly grant eternal life. Unfortunately, massive anacondas have been feeding on the orchids for years. When their boat goes over a waterfall, the scientists land right in the middle of the snakes' home.

#87. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III"

  • Smart Rating: 18.92

  • Release year: 1993

  • Starring: Elias Koteas, Paige Turco, Stuart Wilson

  • Original: "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1990)

  • Original Smart Rating: 80.24

Reporter April O'Neil (Paige Turco) purchases an ancient Japanese scepter that can cause those simultaneously holding it in different centuries to switch places in time. When she is transported to 16th-century Japan, her crime-fighting pals, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, pursue her. After landing in the past, the Turtles learn April has been captured by the villainous Lord Norinaga (Sab Shimono). To rescue her, they must team up with rebel leader Misu (Vivian Wu).

#86. "The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death"

  • Smart Rating: 18.73

  • Release year: 2014

  • Starring: Phoebe Fox, Jeremy Irvine, Helen McCrory

  • Original: "The Woman in Black" (2012)

  • Original Smart Rating: 78.15

During World War II, the London bombings force schoolteachers Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox) and Jean Hogg (Helen McCrory) to evacuate a group of children to Crythin Gifford. When the refugees take shelter at Eel Marsh House, Eve soon comes to realize that they are not alone. The longer they remain there, the more the house's evil spirit threatens the children. With the help of a pilot (Jeremy Irvine), Eve tries to protect the children and uncover the truth behind the Woman in Black.

#85. "Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III"

  • Smart Rating: 18.72

  • Release year: 1990

  • Starring: Kate Hodge, Viggo Mortensen, William Butler

  • Original: "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" (1974)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.27

Driving through Texas, young yuppie couple Michelle (Kate Hodge) and Ryan (William Butler) stop at the Last Chance Gas Station, but after they witness the owner attacking a hitchhiker named Tex (Viggo Mortensen), they panic and flee. In their hasty departure, they get lost and soon find themselves pursued by the chainsaw-toting maniac known as Leatherface (R.A. Mihailoff). While running, the couple bump into survivalist Benny (Ken Foree), who they team up with in an effort to escape.

#84. "A Good Day to Die Hard"

  • Smart Rating: 18.57

  • Release year: 2013

  • Starring: Bruce Willis, Jai Courtney, Sebastian Koch

  • Original: "Die Hard" (1988)

  • Original Smart Rating: 93.38

New York City cop John McClane (Bruce Willis) arrives in Moscow to track down his estranged son, Jack (Jai Courtney). McClane thinks his son is a criminal, so it comes as a shock when he learns that Jack is actually working undercover to protect Komarov (Sebastian Koch), a Russian government whistleblower. With their own lives on the line, McClane and Jack must overcome their differences in order to get Komarov to safety and thwart a potentially disastrous crime in the Chernobyl region.

#83. "Are We Done Yet?"

  • Smart Rating: 18.46

  • Release year: 2007

  • Starring: Ice Cube, Nia Long, John C. McGinley

  • Original: "Are We There Yet?" (2005)

  • Original Smart Rating: 18.00

Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to create a better life for their children Lindsey (Aleisha Allen) and Kevin (Philip Bolden). The contractor (John C. McGinley) they hire to renovate their home has a rather odd way of doing business, complicating the family's move. Matters spiral further out of control when the contractor clashes with Nick but bonds with Suzanne and the children.

#82. "Open Water 2: Adrift"

  • Smart Rating: 18.40

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Susan May Pratt, Richard Speight Jr., Niklaus Lange

  • Original: "Open Water" (2003)

  • Original Smart Rating: 64.54

Longtime friends (Susan May Pratt, Richard Speight Jr., Niklaus Lange) try to stay afloat in the ocean after they forget to lower the ladder from a luxury yacht.

#81. "The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause"

  • Smart Rating: 18.40

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell

  • Original: "The Santa Clause" (1994)

  • Original Smart Rating: 81.59

Christmas cheer turns into holiday chaos when Scott Calvin (Tim Allen), aka Santa, invites his in-laws (Ann-Margret, Alan Arkin) for a visit and must, simultaneously, contend with Jack Frost's (Martin Short) scheme to take over the North Pole. Scott, his family and Head Elf Curtis must join forces to foil the nefarious plot.

#80. "The Grudge 2"

  • Smart Rating: 18.35

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Amber Tamblyn, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jennifer Beals

  • Original: "The Grudge" (2004)

  • Original Smart Rating: 38.93

A young woman (Amber Tamblyn) encounters a terrible curse while searching for her missing sister (Sarah Michelle Gellar) in Tokyo. The evil imprecation fills its victims with murderous rage, but it also brings together the diverse group to unlock its secret and save their lives.

#79. "The Crow: City of Angels"

  • Smart Rating: 18.25

  • Release year: 1996

  • Starring: Vincent Perez, Mia Kirshner, Richard Brooks

  • Original: "The Crow" (1994)

  • Original Smart Rating: 88.16

After mechanic Ashe (Vincent Perez) and his son (Eric Acosta) witness a murder, they are captured and killed by drug lord Judah (Richard Brooks). Soon, a young artist named Sarah (Mia Kirshner) meets Ashe, who has just returned from the dead. Sarah, who had known a man resurrected into the vengeful warrior the Crow years ago, explains to Ashe that he is now the Crow. Ashe sets out to get revenge by slaying Judah and his minions, but Judah discovers the Crow's power and craves it for himself.

#78. "Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D"

  • Smart Rating: 18.24

  • Release year: 2011

  • Starring: Jessica Alba, Alexa Vega, Jeremy Piven

  • Original: "Spy Kids" (2001)

  • Original Smart Rating: 81.85

Marissa Cortez Wilson (Jessica Alba) is a retired spy who keeps that identity hidden from her clueless husband and whip-smart twin stepchildren, Rebecca (Rowan Blanchard) and Cecil (Mason Cook). However, when a villain called Timekeeper (Jeremy Piven) threatens to conquer the world, Marissa springs back into action as head of the OSS, home of the now-defunct Spy Kids Division. With help from some cool gadgets and two former spy kids, Rebecca and Cecil join the fight to save Earth.

#77. "Weekend at Bernie's II"

  • Smart Rating: 18.24

  • Release year: 1993

  • Starring: Andrew McCarthy, Jonathan Silverman, Terry Kiser

  • Original: "Weekend at Bernie's" (1989)

  • Original Smart Rating: 51.99

After witnessing the murder of their corrupt boss, Bernie Lomax (Terry Kiser), Larry Wilson (Andrew McCarthy) and Richard Parker (Jonathan Silverman) are blamed for Bernie's embezzlement and fired. Desperate to find the stolen $2 million and clear their names, the pair learns the fortune was hidden in the Virgin Islands and travels there in pursuit. Meanwhile, Bernie's corpse is partially revived in a voodoo ceremony by gangsters also looking for the money.

#76. "Home Alone 3"

  • Smart Rating: 18.15

  • Release year: 1997

  • Starring: Alex D. Linz, Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt

  • Original: "Home Alone" (1990)

  • Original Smart Rating: 83.19

When an inept group of criminals tries to get a stolen top-secret computer chip through airport security, it ends up in a toy car in the luggage of the elderly Mrs. Hess (Marian Seldes). Unable to promptly retrieve the chip, the felons follow Hess and the car to her neighborhood. After she gives the toy to young Alex Pruitt (Alex D. Linz), who is home sick from school, he becomes the target of the criminals. However, the precocious kid is on to their schemes and ready to fight the thieves off.

#75. "Sinister 2"

  • Smart Rating: 18.03

  • Release year: 2015

  • Starring: James Ransone, Shannyn Sossamon, Robert Sloan

  • Original: "Sinister" (2012)

  • Original Smart Rating: 77.49

Hiding from her abusive, estranged husband, Courtney Collins lives in a rural house with her 9-year-old twins, Dylan and Zach. Young Dylan receives nightly visits from ghoulish kids who show him disturbing images of families being slaughtered. It's all part of the grand plan of Bughuul, the evil spirit who recruits innocent children to murder their loved ones. The only hope for his intended new victims may be a former deputy who's familiar with Bughuul's fiendish work from the past.

#74. "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son"

  • Smart Rating: 17.94

  • Release year: 2011

  • Starring: Martin Lawrence, Brandon T. Jackson, Jessica Lucas

  • Original: "Big Momma's House" (2000)

  • Original Smart Rating: 29.64

After stepson Trent (Brandon T. Jackson) witnesses a murder, FBI agent Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence) brings back Big Momma, his plus-size alter ego, to help solve the crime. Big Momma goes deep undercover at a girls school of the performing arts, but this time he has Trent and Trent's female alter ego Charmaine as backup. The duo must try to find the killer before the killer finds them, but complicating matters is Trent's crush on a student (Jessica Lucas).

#73. "Death Race 2"

  • Smart Rating: 17.92

  • Release year: 2010

  • Starring: Luke Goss, Ving Rhames, Sean Bean

  • Original: "Death Race" (2008)

  • Original Smart Rating: 46.44

Convicted of killing a cop, an inmate (Luke Goss) competes in a brutal race where cars are deadly weapons.

#72. "Sex and the City 2"

  • Smart Rating: 17.90

  • Release year: 2010

  • Starring: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis

  • Original: "Sex and the City" (2008)

  • Original Smart Rating: 71.45

Fun, fashion and friendship continue to define the lives of Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda. They have more than they ever wished for, but when the combination of marriage and motherhood approach, the gals take an exotic vacation in Abu Dhabi. The sun-drenched paradise holds many surprises -- especially for Carrie, who faces temptation when she unexpectedly runs into Aidan.

#71. "XXX: State of the Union"

  • Smart Rating: 17.83

  • Release year: 2005

  • Starring: Ice Cube, Willem Dafoe, Scott Speedman

  • Original: "XXX" (2002)

  • Original Smart Rating: 59.04

When the government finds out that a group of terrorists has infiltrated its ranks, and the group is being trained by high-ranking official George Deckert (Willem Dafoe), NSA Agent Augustus Gibbons (Samuel L. Jackson) hires an ex-con to bring down the nefarious plot. Thinking he can trust no one in the government, Augustus springs Darius Stone (Ice Cube), who once trained under him, from prison. Although Darius is a loose cannon, Augustus is convinced he is the only man for the job.

#70. "Little Fockers"

  • Smart Rating: 17.76

  • Release year: 2010

  • Starring: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson

  • Original: "Meet the Parents" (2000)

  • Original Smart Rating: 86.83

After 10 years of marriage and two children, it seems that Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) has finally earned a place in the "circle of trust" of his uptight father-in-law, Jack (Robert De Niro). However, Greg is moonlighting with a drug company, which raises Jack's suspicions. As two clans descend on the scene of the young twins' birthday party, Greg must find a way through myriad misunderstandings to prove -- once and for all -- that he is worthy of being the next family patriarch.

#69. "Zoolander No. 2"

  • Smart Rating: 17.73

  • Release year: 2016

  • Starring: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell

  • Original: "Zoolander" (2001)

  • Original Smart Rating: 82.56

Former models Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel find themselves thrust back into the spotlight after living in seclusion for years. Invited to a major fashion event in Rome, the estranged friends are surprised to see how much the business has changed. Even more shocking is their encounter with Valentina Valencia, a special agent who needs their help. Someone is killing famous pop stars, and it's up to Derek and Hansel to help save the world's most beautiful people from a similar fate.

#68. "Problem Child 2"

  • Smart Rating: 17.65

  • Release year: 1991

  • Starring: John Ritter, Michael Oliver, Jack Warden

  • Original: "Problem Child" (1990)

  • Original Smart Rating: 17.40

Ben Healy (John Ritter) and his adopted son, the mischievous and destructive Junior (Michael Oliver), move to a new town for a fresh start in what happens to be "the divorcée capital of the world." Now the two face a multitude of women throwing themselves at Ben, though a new mom isn't what Junior wants. But Junior has more to worry about than his father's dates -- the little troublemaker might have met his match in Trixie Young (Ivyann Schwan), a small girl with a big chip on her shoulder.

#67. "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers"

  • Smart Rating: 17.63

  • Release year: 1995

  • Starring: Donald Pleasence, Mitchell Ryan, Marianne Hagan

  • Original: "Halloween" (1978)

  • Original Smart Rating: 93.61

This installment marks the return of the seemingly indestructible masked murderer Michael Myers (George P. Wilbur), who is targeting Tommy Doyle (Paul Stephen Rudd), a young man tied into the legacy of the killer and his connections with the Strode family. As the supernatural elements of Michael's macabre abilities are explored, his longtime adversary, Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence), is also back in yet another attempt to stop the psychopath's brutal rampages.

#66. "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"

  • Smart Rating: 17.61

  • Release year: 2008

  • Starring: Brendan Fraser, Jet Li, Maria Bello

  • Original: "The Mummy" (1999)

  • Original Smart Rating: 80.19

Cursed by a devious sorceress, China's ruthless Dragon Emperor (Jet Li) and his vast army lie buried in clay for millennia. When young archaeologist Alex O'Connell is tricked into reviving the emperor, he and his famous parents (Brendan Fraser, Maria Bello) must find a way to send the ghoul back to the grave before he can awaken his vast army and take over the world.

#65. "Return to the Blue Lagoon"

  • Smart Rating: 17.61

  • Release year: 1991

  • Starring: Milla Jovovich, Brian Krause, Lisa Pelikan

  • Original: "The Blue Lagoon" (1980)

  • Original Smart Rating: 24.99

When widow Sarah Hargrave (Lisa Pelikan) washes ashore on a tropical island with her daughter and adopted son, she learns how to survive and raise the two children on her own. After her death, the kids -- Lilli (Milla Jovovich) and Richard (Brian Krause) -- are forced to continue their uncivilized lives without any parental guidance, and, as they enter young adulthood, they begin to fall in love. Their Eden-like existence is threatened, however, when outsiders arrive on the island.

#64. "The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia"

  • Smart Rating: 17.60

  • Release year: 2013

  • Starring: Abigail Spencer, Chad Michael Murray, Katee Sackhoff

  • Original: "The Haunting in Connecticut" (2009)

  • Original Smart Rating: 21.54

A historic Southern home's new residents (Abigail Spencer, Chad Michael Murray) come face to face with a malevolent force.

#63. "Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore"

  • Smart Rating: 17.55

  • Release year: 2010

  • Starring: James Marsden, Nick Nolte, Christina Applegate

  • Original: "Cats & Dogs" (2001)

  • Original Smart Rating: 35.04

In the age-old battle between felines and canines, one rogue kitty is stepping up the fight. Kitty Galore, former operative for MEOWS, is executing a diabolical plan against her sworn enemies, the dogs, as well as her cat comrades. In order to save themselves and their humans, both species must unite in an unprecedented alliance to stop Kitty Galore from making the world her scratching post.

#62. "Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise"

  • Smart Rating: 17.54

  • Release year: 1987

  • Starring: Robert Carradine, Curtis Armstrong, Timothy Busfield

  • Original: "Revenge of the Nerds" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 79.65

After triumphing over the jocks in the Alpha Beta fraternity at Adams College, the nerds of Tri-Lamba are headed to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to attend a national fraternity convention. Unfortunately, Alpha Beta is also in attendance and wants to get even. Now Lewis (Robert Carradine), Booger (Curtis Armstrong), Lamar (Larry B. Scott) and Poindexter (Timothy Busfield) have to fight the jocks for their rightful place all over again, although at least this time they can take the fight to the beach.

#61. "Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday"

  • Smart Rating: 17.51

  • Release year: 1993

  • Starring: Jon D. LeMay, Kari Keegan, Kane Hodder

  • Original: "Friday the 13th" (1980)

  • Original Smart Rating: 50.25

After being blown away by a team of FBI agents, Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) needs to find a way to overcome certain death. When his bloodied remains are sent to the morgue, his heart, still intact, is able to hypnotize a coroner and take over his body. After brutally dispatching a couple of FBI agents, he heads back to his favorite stomping grounds: Crystal Lake. Jason commences another teen massacre while a bounty hunter (Steven Williams) discovers the only way to kill him.

#60. "The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre"

  • Smart Rating: 17.35

  • Release year: 1994

  • Starring: Renée Zellweger, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Jacks

  • Original: "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" (1974)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.27

After leaving their prom early, innocent Jenny (Renée Zellweger) and three other teenagers crash their car in the backwoods of Texas. In their search for help, they run into Vilmer Slaughter (Matthew McConaughey), a vicious psychopath with a mechanical leg, and his twisted family, including the serial killer Leatherface. As the group of friends struggle to survive the maniacal methods of torture, Jenny discovers the secret origins behind the family's lust for blood.

#59. "The Whole Ten Yards"

  • Smart Rating: 17.32

  • Release year: 2004

  • Starring: Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry, Amanda Peet

  • Original: "The Whole Nine Yards" (2000)

  • Original Smart Rating: 64.16

After faking his death, former killer-for-hire Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski (Bruce Willis) retires to Mexico with his new wife, Jill (Amanda Peet), while his ex-wife, Cynthia (Natasha Henstridge), settles down in California with Nicholas "Oz" Oseransky (Matthew Perry), Jimmy's old neighbor. The peaceful lives of both couples are interrupted, however, when Gogolak (Kevin Pollak), a member of the Hungarian Mafia and a former associate of Jimmy's, seeks revenge by kidnapping Cynthia.

#58. "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles"

  • Smart Rating: 17.13

  • Release year: 2001

  • Starring: Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski, Jere Burns

  • Original: "Crocodile Dundee" (1986)

  • Original Smart Rating: 84.14

Mick Dundee (Paul Hogan) is an adventurer in the truest sense. He is an ace crocodile hunter who lives in the wilds of the Australian Outback. He has even survived the dangers of New York City. However, his latest adventure may be the biggest test for him yet. Mick Dundee is traveling to that bizarre netherworld -- Los Angeles, California.

#57. "Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London"

  • Smart Rating: 17.13

  • Release year: 2004

  • Starring: Frankie Muniz, Anthony Anderson, Hannah Spearritt

  • Original: "Agent Cody Banks" (2003)

  • Original Smart Rating: 24.95

Teenage spy Cody Banks (Frankie Muniz) returns for another mission, and this time around he has a new partner, the humorous and amiable Derek Bowman (Anthony Anderson). Cody and Derek must travel to England to foil the plot of Victor Diaz (Keith Allen), a villainous operative who aims to wreak havoc with experimental mind-control technology. Joining Cody and Derek is pretty British schoolgirl Emily Sommers (Hannah Spearritt), who turns out to be a fellow undercover spy.

#56. "Hot Tub Time Machine 2"

  • Smart Rating: 17.01

  • Release year: 2015

  • Starring: Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke

  • Original: "Hot Tub Time Machine" (2010)

  • Original Smart Rating: 78.14

After their first adventure with the "Hot Tub Time Machine," Lou (Rob Corddry) and Nick (Craig Robinson) are living very well off their ill-gotten gains, while Jacob (Clark Duke) still cannot rely on Lou to be a positive role model. When an unknown assailant breaks into Lou's mansion and shoots him, Nick and Jacob take him for another trip in the hot tub. They emerge in the year 2025, where they must figure out who shot Lou and prevent it from happening again.

#55. "Hellraiser: Bloodline"

  • Smart Rating: 17.00

  • Release year: 1996

  • Starring: Bruce Ramsay, Valentina Vargas, Doug Bradley

  • Original: "Hellraiser" (1987)

  • Original Smart Rating: 82.51

Three generations of the same family deal with the consequences of unleashing the forces of hell. In 18th-century France, Paul L'Merchant (Bruce Ramsay) works as a toymaker until he's coerced into creating a box that serves as a portal between hell and Earth. The box summons demonic Angelique (Valentina Vargas) and Pinhead (Doug Bradley), who -- 200 years later -- hunt down John Merchant (Bruce Ramsay). Then, centuries later, Phillip Merchant (also Ramsay) prepares for a final confrontation.

#54. "Exorcist: The Beginning"

  • Smart Rating: 16.95

  • Release year: 2004

  • Starring: Stellan Skarsgard, James D'Arcy, Izabella Scorupco

  • Original: "The Exorcist" (1973)

  • Original Smart Rating: 94.27

Father Merrin (Stellan Skarsgard) is haunted by his experiences in World War II, when occupying Nazi troops forced him to be complicit in their atrocities. In the aftermath, he has renounced his faith and begun working as an archaeologist. He travels to Kenya, where a fifth-century Byzantine church holds ancient relics. There he encounters Sarah (Izabella Scorupco), a doctor and concentration camp survivor. The strange occurrences that soon begin reunite him with the evil he sought to escape.

#53. "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem"

  • Smart Rating: 16.95

  • Release year: 2007

  • Starring: Steven Pasquale, Reiko Aylesworth, John Ortiz

  • Original: "Alien" (1979)

  • Original Smart Rating: 95.94

Residents (Steven Pasquale, Reiko Aylesworth, John Ortiz) of Gunnison, Colorado, are caught up in the crossfire when two deadly extraterrestrial species bring their longstanding conflict to Earth. On the one side, nearly indestructible Aliens; on the other, a lone Predator whose mission is to wipe out all traces of the Alien infestation from Earth, no matter who gets in the way.

#52. "An American Werewolf in Paris"

  • Smart Rating: 16.94

  • Release year: 1997

  • Starring: Tom Everett Scott, Julie Delpy, Vince Vieluf

  • Original: "An American Werewolf in London" (1981)

  • Original Smart Rating: 90.12

A group of carousing American tourists is taking in the cultural landmarks of Paris when a chance encounter results in sightseer Andy McDermott (Tom Everett Scott) saving the life of Parisian Serafine Pigot (Julie Delpy). While on a date at a nightclub with Serafine, Andy is suddenly attacked and bitten by a werewolf. The next day he discovers that Serafine is also a lycanthrope, and that he is beginning his own grueling, hirsute transformation into one of the fanged beasts.

#51. "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension"

  • Smart Rating: 16.72

  • Release year: 2015

  • Starring: Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw, Olivia Taylor Dudley

  • Original: "Paranormal Activity" (2007)

  • Original Smart Rating: 82.52

Ryan Fleege (Chris J. Murray), his wife Emily (Brit Shaw) and their 7-year-old daughter Leila (Ivy George) are preparing for Christmas in their new home. After finding an old and mysterious camcorder, Ryan quickly learns that it can record strange apparitions that are invisible to the naked eye. When young Leila starts talking to an imaginary friend and displaying strange behavior, the couple soon find themselves in a terrifying battle with a supernatural force.

#50. "The Last Exorcism Part II"

  • Smart Rating: 16.72

  • Release year: 2013

  • Starring: Ashley Bell, Julia Garner, Spencer Treat Clark

  • Original: "The Last Exorcism" (2010)

  • Original Smart Rating: 65.18

Found terrified and alone in rural Louisiana, Nell Sweetzer (Ashley Bell) is now safely in New Orleans. She can't remember the terrible events of the previous months, only that she is the only surviving member of her family. Nell wants to start a new life for herself, but just as she begins the difficult process, the evil force that once possessed her returns -- bringing with it unimaginably horrific plans that mean her last exorcism was just the beginning.

#49. "Beverly Hills Cop III"

  • Smart Rating: 16.67

  • Release year: 1994

  • Starring: Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold, Héctor Elizondo

  • Original: "Beverly Hills Cop" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 86.10

When his boss is killed, Detroit cop Alex Foley (Eddie Murphy) finds evidence that the murderer had ties to a California amusement park called Wonder World. Returning to Beverly Hills once more, Foley reunites with Detective Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) to solve the case. Along with Billy's new partner, Jon Flint (Héctor Elizondo), they discover that the security force of Wonder World is actually part of a counterfeit money operation headed by park manager Orrin Sanderson (John Saxon).

#48. "Poltergeist III"

  • Smart Rating: 16.65

  • Release year: 1988

  • Starring: Tom Skerritt, Nancy Allen, Heather O'Rourke

  • Original: "Poltergeist" (1982)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.33

Psychically attuned youngster Carol Anne (Heather O'Rourke) is sent to live in Chicago with her Uncle Bruce (Tom Skerritt) and Aunt Pat (Nancy Allen). But that doesn't mean that she's escaped the apparitions that have haunted her in the past. When she starts experiencing terrifying visions, her school psychologist believes that they're figments of her imagination. But this becomes hard to believe when ghostly foes start inhabiting the mirrors in her relatives' high-rise apartment.

#47. "Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol"

  • Smart Rating: 16.56

  • Release year: 1987

  • Starring: Steve Guttenberg, Bubba Smith, Michael Winslow

  • Original: "Police Academy" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 47.15

Feeling that his squad is not up to snuff, a police commander comes up with an unorthodox plan to hire everyday citizens to work alongside police officers. Unruly Sgt. Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg) is given the job of training the citizens. At first Mahoney does not take the job seriously, but, when he learns that his nemesis, Capt. Harris (G.W. Bailey), is gunning for his commander's job, Mahoney focuses on making the plan work -- and bringing down Harris at the same time.

#46. "Wrong Turn 5"

  • Smart Rating: 16.40

  • Release year: 2012

  • Starring: Camilla Arfwedson, Roxanne McKee, Doug Bradley

  • Original: "Wrong Turn" (2003)

  • Original Smart Rating: 36.30

A small mining town hosts the Mountain Man Festival on Halloween. The wild night of costumes, drinking and partying turns into a bloodbath when an inbred family of hillbilly cannibals target several college students for dinner.

#45. "Cannonball Run II"

  • Smart Rating: 16.25

  • Release year: 1984

  • Starring: Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, Shirley MacLaine

  • Original: "The Cannonball Run" (1981)

  • Original Smart Rating: 41.32

When a sheik (Jamie Farr) decides to sponsor a cross-country race in hope of winning, racer J.J. McLure (Burt Reynolds) enters the competition along with his friend Victor (Dom DeLuise). They aspire to claim the $1 million prize and pick up two women on the way. Meanwhile, the sheik helps Jamie Blake (Dean Martin) and Morris Fenderbaum (Sammy Davis Jr.) with an angry mob boss. But when the sheik is kidnapped, the contestants must come together to help him.

#44. "The Butterfly Effect 2"

  • Smart Rating: 16.23

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Eric Lively, Erica Durance, Dustin Milligan

  • Original: "The Butterfly Effect" (2004)

  • Original Smart Rating: 51.01

When Nick Larson (Eric Lively) loses his beautiful girlfriend, Julie Miller (Erica Durance), in an accident, his successful career and happy life are shattered. Struggling to carry on and wracked by guilt, Nick eventually discovers that he can travel into the past, and he uses this ability to prevent Julie from dying. Unfortunately, Nick's time-altering actions drastically affect the future in tragic ways. Can Nick save Julie without causing catastrophic results?

#43. "Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan"

  • Smart Rating: 16.16

  • Release year: 1989

  • Starring: Jensen Daggett, Scott Reeves, Kane Hodder

  • Original: "Friday the 13th" (1980)

  • Original Smart Rating: 50.25

Mass murderer Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is resurrected from the bottom of Crystal Lake. After he kills a passing boat's occupants, he stows away on a cruise ship filled with a high-school graduating class bound for New York City. Biology teacher Charles McCulloch (Peter Mark Richman) is on board with his niece, Rennie (Jensen Daggett), who has visions of Jason drowning as a child. They escape his bloody shipboard rampage, but, when Rennie and Charles reach Manhattan, Jason is close by.

#42. "Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo"

  • Smart Rating: 16.13

  • Release year: 2005

  • Starring: Rob Schneider, Eddie Griffin, Jeroen Krabbé

  • Original: "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo" (1999)

  • Original Smart Rating: 21.25

Unlikely gigolo Deuce Bigalow (Rob Schneider) resumes his sex-related antics when his friend and former pimp, T.J. Hicks (Eddie Griffin), invites him to Amsterdam. After T.J. becomes the prime suspect in a string of murders of male prostitutes, Deuce springs into action to aid his incarcerated buddy. As he tries to figure out the identity of the real killer, he gets into encounters with several quirky ladies and also faces an uptight Dutch police inspector, Gaspar Voorsboch (Jeroen Krabbé).

#41. "Grown Ups 2"

  • Smart Rating: 15.93

  • Release year: 2013

  • Starring: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock

  • Original: "Grown Ups" (2010)

  • Original Smart Rating: 25.86

Lenny Feder (Adam Sandler) moves his family back to his hometown to be with his friends, but he finds -- what with old bullies, new bullies, party crashers and more -- that he hasn't left the crazy life behind in Los Angeles. Lenny's friends must also cope with their own challenges: Eric (Kevin James) must face his ultimate fear; Kurt (Chris Rock) has gone back to work as a cable repairman; and Marcus (David Spade) learns that he has an 18-year-old son.

#40. "Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation"

  • Smart Rating: 15.88

  • Release year: 2004

  • Starring: Richard Burgi, Lawrence Monoson, Colleen Porch

  • Original: "Starship Troopers" (1997)

  • Original Smart Rating: 80.72

An elite division of soldiers (Richard Burgi, Colleen Porch) battles gigantic insects while barricaded in a remote outpost.

#39. "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked"

  • Smart Rating: 15.84

  • Release year: 2011

  • Starring: Jason Lee, David Cross, Jenny Slate

  • Original: "Alvin and the Chipmunks" (2007)

  • Original Smart Rating: 34.70

Dave Seville (Jason Lee), the Chipmunks (Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler, Jesse McCartney) and the Chipettes are taking a luxury cruise to the International Music Awards. Of course, Alvin cannot resist the urge to create havoc, and the singing rodents soon find themselves marooned on a seemingly deserted island. While Dave and an unlikely ally launch a search, Alvin and company discover that they are not alone on the island, as they first thought.

#38. "Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare"

  • Smart Rating: 15.70

  • Release year: 1991

  • Starring: Robert Englund, Lisa Zane, Shon Greenblatt

  • Original: "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 92.33

Murderous ghoul Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) has slaughtered every last child in his hometown. He ventures on to a new location, scouting fresh young victims to hack up with his finger blades. He arrives in a small town in which his long-lost daughter, Maggie (Lisa Zane), works as a therapist for troubled youths. He attempts to recruit her for his dastardly pursuits, but she has other ideas. Father and daughter meet for a bloody showdown that will determine Freddy's fate once and for all.

#37. "Silent Hill: Revelation"

  • Smart Rating: 15.52

  • Release year: 2012

  • Starring: Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Deborah Kara Unger

  • Original: "Silent Hill" (2006)

  • Original Smart Rating: 36.45

For many years, Heather Mason (Adelaide Clemens) and her father, Harry (Sean Bean), have been on the run from dangerous forces she does not understand. Heather continues to be plagued by terrifying nightmares and frightened by her father's disappearance, and on the eve of her 18th birthday, she discovers that she is not who she thinks she is. The revelation leads her deep into the demonic world of Silent Hill, where she may become trapped forever.

#36. "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer"

  • Smart Rating: 15.36

  • Release year: 1998

  • Starring: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr., Brandy

  • Original: "I Know What You Did Last Summer" (1997)

  • Original Smart Rating: 34.96

A year after killing vengeful hit-and-run victim Ben Wills (Muse Watson), who gutted her friends with an iron hook, college student Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is still shaken by the experience. When her roommate, Karla (Brandy), wins a vacation for four to the Bahamas, she plans to bring along her boyfriend, Tyrell (Mekhi Phifer), attractive Will (Matthew Settle) and Julie. At the resort, Julie starts receiving threatening notes and realizes Ben is still alive.

#35. "The Next Karate Kid"

  • Smart Rating: 15.28

  • Release year: 1994

  • Starring: Hilary Swank, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Michael Ironside

  • Original: "The Karate Kid" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 91.49

Karate master Mr. Miyagi (Noriyuki "Pat" Morita) goes to Boston to attend a military reunion. There, he visits with Louisa (Constance Towers), the widow of his former commander, and meets her granddaughter, Julie (Hilary Swank). Julie's parents were recently killed in a car accident, and she is still reeling from the loss. When Julie surprises Miyagi with her knowledge of karate, he takes her to a Buddhist monastery for training and to help her come to terms with her angst.

#34. "Basic Instinct 2"

  • Smart Rating: 15.11

  • Release year: 2006

  • Starring: Sharon Stone, David Morrissey, Charlotte Rampling

  • Original: "Basic Instinct" (1992)

  • Original Smart Rating: 80.51

After a crash kills her boyfriend, Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone) has her car searched by the police, who find illegal drugs. Prosecutors handling her case send Tramell to see psychiatrist Michael Glass (David Morrissey). Glass determines that Tramell, a novelist whose books deal with sensational murders, might just be a dangerous person herself. But his findings don't prevent him from embarking on a sexually charged relationship with the cunning cougar.

#33. "Staying Alive"

  • Smart Rating: 15.07

  • Release year: 1983

  • Starring: John Travolta, Cynthia Rhodes, Finola Hughes

  • Original: "Saturday Night Fever" (1977)

  • Original Smart Rating: 86.10

Six years after his glittering triumph in the disco dance contest of "Saturday Night Fever," an older and wiser Tony Manero (John Travolta) works as a serious dance teacher in New York City and dreams of making it on Broadway. Manero gets his shot when his girlfriend, Jackie (Cynthia Rhodes), gets him an audition for a daring new show called "Satan's Alley." Manero lands a part as a backup dancer and falls back into old habits as he lusts after Broadway bad girl Laura (Finola Hughes).

#32. "Exorcist II: The Heretic"

  • Smart Rating: 15.02

  • Release year: 1977

  • Starring: Linda Blair, Richard Burton, Louise Fletcher

  • Original: "The Exorcist" (1973)

  • Original Smart Rating: 94.27

Owing to his experience with exorcisms, Father Lamont (Richard Burton) is chosen by his superiors to investigate the death of Father Merrin (Max von Sydow), who died during the exorcism of young Regan MacNeil (Linda Blair). Lamont finds Regan under the psychiatric care of Dr. Tuskin (Louise Fletcher). By hypnotizing the girl, he is able to learn that Merrin previously exorcised the same demon from a boy in Africa. Hoping for answers, Lamont travels to Africa in search of the youth.

#31. "Piranha 3DD"

  • Smart Rating: 14.80

  • Release year: 2012

  • Starring: Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, David Koechner

  • Original: "Piranha" (2010)

  • Original Smart Rating: 65.08

Though it was once a wholesome, family-oriented attraction, a water park owned by Chet (David Koechner) now features a nudist pool and aquatic strippers. Chet's daughter, a marine biologist named Maddy (Danielle Panabaker), is unhappy about the changes but is powerless to stop the grand reopening. However, when a school of ravenous, prehistoric piranha migrate over from nearby Lake Victoria, Maddy must somehow prevent the park's patrons from becoming fish food.

#30. "Police Academy 6: City Under Siege"

  • Smart Rating: 14.67

  • Release year: 1989

  • Starring: Bubba Smith, David Graf, Michael Winslow

  • Original: "Police Academy" (1984)

  • Original Smart Rating: 47.15

Clownish police officers (Bubba Smith, David Graf, Michael Winslow) are on the lookout for a three-ring circus of thieves.

#29. "From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money"

  • Smart Rating: 14.52

  • Release year: 1999

  • Starring: Bruce Campbell, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Robert Patrick

  • Original: "From Dusk Till Dawn" (1996)

  • Original Smart Rating: 81.84

A veteran criminal planning a major bank robbery, Buck (Robert Patrick) assembles a team to pull off the heist. When the fugitive Luther (Duane Whitaker) travels to meet the crew in Mexico, he unexpectedly ends up near a bar in the middle of the desert and gets turned into a vampire by one of the establishment's fang-sporting regulars. Before long, Luther joins his fellow felons at the bank, but his newfound blood-sucking ways result in plenty of fierce human and vampire conflict.

#28. "Batman & Robin"

  • Smart Rating: 14.36

  • Release year: 1997

  • Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell

  • Original: "Batman" (1989)

  • Original Smart Rating: 86.53

This superhero adventure finds Batman (George Clooney) and his partner, Robin (Chris O'Donnell), attempting to the foil the sinister schemes of a deranged set of new villains, most notably the melancholy Mr. Freeze (Arnold Schwarzenegger), who wants to make Gotham into an arctic region, and the sultry Poison Ivy (Uma Thurman), a plant-loving femme fatale. As the Dynamic Duo contends with these bad guys, a third hero, Batgirl (Alicia Silverstone), joins the ranks of the city's crime-fighters.

#27. "Universal Soldier: The Return"

  • Smart Rating: 14.32

  • Release year: 1999

  • Starring: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Jai White, Heidi Schanz

  • Original: "Universal Soldier" (1992)

  • Original Smart Rating: 24.52

After being brought back from the dead as a genetically enhanced warrior, Luc Deveraux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is now fully human and working with scientist Dylan Cotner (Xander Berkeley) to create a new, safer breed of fighters. When Cotner's project loses its funding, his supercomputer, the sentient SETH (Michael Jai White), is scheduled to be turned off. Alarmed, SETH takes over a human body to defend itself. To prevent the machine from destroying humankind, Luc must fight back.

#26. "Jaws III"

  • Smart Rating: 14.18

  • Release year: 1983

  • Starring: Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong, Simon MacCorkindale

  • Original: "Jaws" (1975)

  • Original Smart Rating: 97.35

After a young great white shark finds its way into a sea-themed park managed by Calvin Bouchard (Louis Gossett Jr.), workers try to capture it. But the facility's attempt to keep the shark in captivity has dire consequences: A much larger mother shark appears in search of her offspring. Among those who must battle the angry aquatic killing machine are marine biologist Kathryn Morgan (Bess Armstrong), her co-worker Mike Brody (Dennis Quaid) and a pair of friendly dolphins.

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