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The Last Exorcism: Part II and Other Nonsensical Sequel Titles

8 January 2013 6:45 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Sequels are popular because they are brands: You see a trailer for Transformers 2, you know what you're going to get. More Transformers! Works like a charm. And this works in just about every case, except there are some movie titles that don't make any logical sense to sequelize. For example, check out the just-released poster for next March's release of The Last Exorcism – Part II, which obviously once carried the working title Whoops, This Girl Needs to Be Exorcised Again, But We've Got New and Improved Holy Water, So This Time We Can Guarantee It's the Last Time. Eli Roth's production joins a pantheon of obliviously ironic sequel titles.The Endless Summer II How two summers can be simultaneously endless is a conundrum best explored by philosophers, mathematicians, and stoners — hopefully all at the same time and while sharing the same surfboard. Home Alone 2: Lost in New »

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