We are now living in a cinematic age where sequels are a big thing, and every successful movie is seen rolling out a sequel. Making sequels is surely an art, and not a lot of the sequels have been as good as the first movie. Many fans keep waiting for a sequel, and they hope that it will be as good as the first movie. In light of this, here are 8 best sequels that have been ranked according to the Rotten Tomatoes scores:
1. Captain America: Civil War
The brilliance and creativity of the writers were very obvious in this movie. There are still a few people who think that Winter Soldier was a better movie but the airport showdown was unbeatable. It has 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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2. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
This film earned $2.068 billion, and the budget was $306 million.
It brought in a few new actors and left all the fans super excited. The film had a rating of 93%.
3. War Of The Planet Of The Apes
The movie shows the Apes battling the humans in a very brutal war and the scene of Caesar’s confrontation with the Colonel is a very famous scene. Rotten Tomatoes had given this movie 93%.
The job that Mangold had was a very difficult one, but he had exceeded the expectations of his fans. The movie earned 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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5. The Dark Knight
This Batman movie was the greatest movie ever, and Nolan had done a great job with the sequel. This film had earned 94%.
The film was proof that Rocky has all it takes to become a fan-favourite. The actor, Sylvester Stallone plays the main role in this movie.
7. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2
This film had been a ride of memories and emotions. It had been a legendary and great mix of wonderful storyline and effects. Rotten Tomatoes had given the film a rating of 96%.
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8. Mad Max: Fury Road
George Miller brought this movie to the world. It was a chase film and the way in which they had shown this was just incredible. This movie earned a rating of 97% by Rotten Tomatoes.