This film is complete: no sequel required

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Missing Sequels.”

“If you could create a sequel to one favorite (standalone) movie, which would it be? How would it build on the original?”

I tend not to like sequels. Too often they are disappointing, or downright dismal. I don’t known that any of my favourite films is a sequel, or indeed has a sequel that I like. It is the same with books. Dune by Frank Herbert, for example, is a masterwork. Yet its five sequels plummet to the gutter. Continue reading