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Old 02-26-2013, 08:33 PM   #23
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The rest of the bottom of the barrel. Jackie Chan and Jet Li had some surprisingly solid franchises. Many others escaped scrutiny with direct-to-video second sequels.

Police Story (63%, 2004)
Once Upon a Time in China (63%, 1993)
Thin Man (60%, 1944)
Frankenstein – Universal (60%, 1944)
Sinbad – Harryhausen (57%, 1973)
Harold & Kumar (53%, 2008)
Dracula – Universal (50%, 1936)
Three Mothers (49%, 2007)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (47%, 2011)
Shaft (43%, 1973)
Witch Mountain (43%, 2009)
Mummy – Universal (40%, 1942)
Rugrats (40%, 2003)
Herbie (40%, 1980)
Dark Shadows (38%, 2012)
Barbershop (38%, 2005)
Psycho (37%, 1998)
Free Willy (36%, 1995)
Creature – Universal (33%, 1955)
Benji (33%, 2004)
Oh, God! (29%, 1984)
Omen (27%, 2006)
Phantasm (25%, 1998)
Friday (20%, 2000)
Smokey and the Bandit (20%, 1980)
Airport (20%, 1979)
Hellraiser (18%, 1992)
Madea (15%, 2005)
Howling (14%, 1985)
Pokemon (14%, 1999, 2002)
Poltergeist (13%, 1988)
Cheech and Chong (13%, 1983)
Alvin and the Chipmunks (12%, 2011)
Alex Cross (12%, 2012)
Pink Panther (12%, 2009)
Cannonball Run (11%, 1984)
Universal Soldier (6%, 1999)
Big Momma (5%, 2011)
Major League (5%, 1994)
Look Who’s Talking (0%, 1993)
Hills Have Eyes (0%, 1985)
Bad News Bears (0%, 1978)
NeverEnding Story (0%, 1994)
Prom Night (0%, 1992)
Toxic Avenger (0%, 1989)
House Party (0%, 1994)
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