4 titles.

1. Knocked Up (2007)
Spider-Man 3.
Okay, so let's see Spider-Man 3 next week.
I like Spider-Man.
Man, my balls are shaved, my pubes are trimmed, I'm ready to fuckin' rock this shit!
What the fuck, man? If I go in there and see fuckin' pubes sprinkled on the toilet seat, I'm gonna fuckin' lose my mind! Last time I went to the bathroom, Jay, I took a shit and my shit looked like a fuckin' stuffed animal!
Why did we go to Costco and buy a year's supply of condoms if you weren't gonna use 'em, man?
3 months.
Come on man, I'm getting it from all angles here, I really don't like it anymore.
2. Whip It (2009)
Yeah? Spider-Man 3 1/2?
Yeah, it is 3 1/2 inches. Wide.
3. The Nostalgia Critic (2007 TV Series)
Episode: The Top 11 Worst Movie Sequels (2017)
"Home Alone 3": It didn't try hard enough to be on this list, but that's also why it's an honorable mention. "X-Men 3": "Wolverine" is worse, but killing off a ton of your characters adding up to nothing is a good way to piss off a fan base. "Spider-Man 3": Stupid, yes, but the other films are stupid, too. This one just took that one step too far. "Terminator: Genisys": So, the other films are totally retconned now, huh? Whatever, everybody's already forgotten you. The "Pirates of the Caribbean" sequels: Stop being so needlessly long and complicated. You're a "Pirates" movie, not "Lawrence of Arabia"! "Clerks II", because "Clerks" always needed a bigger budget for bigger stars and dance numbers. Really captured the spirit of the original there! "Highlander II": The first one ended fine; why give bad writers the chance to muck it all up? "Die Hard 5": Want to hate John McClane? Now you can, through one easy step of watching this shithole! "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation": We knew nobody liked "Mortal Kombat" for the gore, so we took that all out, giving you the B-movie story and crappy characters that made it popular to begin with. You're welcome!
Is there even a point to having "X-Men Origins" at the beginning? I mean, they never made another one. Why? Because this movie sucked that hard! There's tons of X-Men, but they never gave them another "X-Men Origins" movie, because... yeah, this killed it! On the first try! Now, granted, I know a lot of you were probably expecting "X-Men 3" to be in here, but... Deadpool. No, no, I don't need to say any more. There is more, but I don't need to say it! Deadpool!
It's not like the Superman movies have had the best track record, but easily the worst comes down to "4". Maybe "3". No, no, no, "4". "3" and "4", we'll say "4". With a... I guess, well-intended message about stopping nuclear warfare, this movie not only had no idea how to make any strong message about the subject, apart from... stop it, but it had some of the worst writing, acting and effects out of all of them. They literally use the same clip of Superman flying several times! They say Superman's hair can hold a ton, yet it can be cut with ease. The movie cares so little that there's actually a scene where a human being is just taken into space! No suit, no oxygen, she can just... breathe! That, is a special kind of "I don't give a shit."
It doesn't matter which one, they're all exactly the same. Now, don't get me wrong, the first film is a stupid piece of action fluff. But as action fluff went, it could be kinda fun. Michael Bay got a ton of death threats after he was announced as the director of the first film, but after it premiered, and audiences saw cool robots fighting, a couple of laughs, and even the original voice of Optimus Prime in there, people seemed to like what almost seemed like a satire of the Bay movies while still being a Bay movie. The death threats seemed to stop. But they started right back up again with "Transformers 2", "3", "4", and... yeah, let's just throw "5" in there, even though it hasn't come out yet. Many say they insult what the original Transformers were trying to do. Others say they're racist; others say they're sexist; others say they're... whatever other... "-ist" there is out there; others say it's loud, obnoxious and dumb. But truth be told, a lot of that doesn't bother me as much. What bothers me the most, is that they're *boring*.
From the film that created the summer blockbuster to the film often deemed as a summer ball-buster, "Jaws 3D" is exactly what you would think of, not only in a bad sequel, but in a bad *3D* sequel. Look at this shit. This is beyond embarrassing. Was the point of having it 3D so you can see in three dimensions how bad the keying is? Granted, I know the shark looks a little fake in the first film the more you see him, but nothing compares to this one.
In this one, Superman has to fight Nuclear Man, a combination of Lex Luthor and Superman's DNA... and apparently the DNA of some fabric, too, so he's born with clothes... Boy, his DNA is quite the fashion designer. Most of the film is just them fighting. The message about nuclear warfare is abandoned surprisingly fast! "The Quest For Peace" pretty much has no peace in it, but a hell of a lot of shit-beating! What message were they even trying to get across? That banning your nuclear warheads could result in a super alien demon? Actually, the idea of getting rid of the warheads technically leads to more destruction, doesn't it? None of it adds up! From recycling scenes to recycling villains to recycling literally the same footage, this follow-up is *anything* but super.
One of the funniest things is that they shoot scenes in that obnoxious 3D way where they'll zoom in on something for the effect, but because the film doesn't come with glasses, you're just awkwardly looking at closeup stuff for no reason!
At least with "X-Men 3", there was some good action, good visuals, Kelsey Grammer as Beast, interesting commentary on what should be cured and what shouldn't. This, just had nothing. Even the action ranges from standard to just cartoony. Walking away from an explosion? Haven't seen that.
4. Take (2008)
Yeah, I can think of one - Spider-man 3!
I mean, X-men 3 "Juggernaut, bitch!" - low point of the world - but Spider-man 3 was the worst overall. I mean, when he started dancing down that street...
V For Vendetta, X-Men 2, Spider-man 2...
Yeah, but that doesn't make it any less true or any less relevant to you, young man. You've got to be careful with money, Jeff.
Fuck, man. I still can't believe you did that.
I'm joking, man.
The robbers in 'Inside Man'.
'Inside Man'. It's a Spike Lee movie with Denzel Washington.
Look, I'm not going after him. I don't care about 'Inside Man'. I mean, I don't... I'm not going after this guy. This is ridiculous.
4 titles.