The 10 Worst Movie Sequels


Why it sucks: Because you don’t have to be a genius to observe that the gritty, glam world of 1970s disco is very, very different than the gleaming, phony Broadway that Tony is plunged into. “Saturday Night Fever” had a dark, urban moodiness to it; “Staying Alive” gleams and glimmers like the oil smeared on Travolta’s conspicuously displayed six-pack. “Staying Alive” made money; it just didn’t make any sense.

Some gooders on this list.