Top 10 Film Franchises That Should Have Ended Sooner
So without further ado, let’s dive in and take a look at the top 10 film franchises that should have ended sooner.
“Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park was a groundbreaking film that struck the perfect balance of thought-provoking science-fiction and breathtaking spectacle.
FAST AND THE FURIOUS
Since its inception in 2001, the Fast & Furious franchise has relied heavily on creating over-the-top car chases and heists.
The Star Wars franchise has been on a decline since the prequel trilogy, despite those films successfully building towards a clear conclusion.
However, the franchise’s later installments have been met with mixed reactions from fans and critics.
To many fans, James Cameron’s Terminator films are considered a near-perfect duology, and everything that came after is considered unnecessary.
Saw was a surprise hit when it was first released, but its creators, James Wan and Leigh Whannell, believed that one film was enough to tell Jigsaw’s story.
John Carpenter’s Halloween is widely considered the origin of the slasher genre and its franchise embodies many of the flaws.
The original Tremors, directed by Ron Underwood, was a unique blend of horror and comedy that captured the imagination of audiences.
The Harry Potter movies, despite not aging perfectly, hold a significant place in nostalgia and pop culture from the 2000s.
The problem with the Die Hard franchise was even noticed by Michael Scott. John McClane, who was originally portrayed as a regular cop.