Is the movie industy going down?
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Another Madagascar movie
Ice Age 5
Hotel Transylvania 2
Another Planet of the Apes movie
Pitch Perfect 2
Avatar 2, 3, and 4
Captain America 2 (not really what its called)
Night at the Museum 3
How to Train Your Dragon 2 and later 3
Another Avengers movie (which makes sense)
Star Wars 7 and later 8
Another Terminator movie
Another Bourne movie
Despicable Me 3
Alvin and the Chipmunks 4 (come on)
Kung Fu Panda 3
The Smurfs 3
Independence Day 2
Another X-Men movie
Batman vs. Superman
Star Trek 3
Alice in Wonderland 2
Justice League (which I am happy about)
So as you can tell some of these are just sequels and some are not. I just feel like no one can come up with any other better ideas so they continue with a story line. But movies like Alvin and the Chipmunks and Avatar are stories that would be just fine left alone. More than likely I am assuming these movies will not be as successful as the orginal because the story line will dread on hen there really didnt need to be another story line in the first place.
source -- movieinsider.com/movies/popular/2014/
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Vote Placed by emilydebate 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro, you spelt industry wrong in the title I find that really unprofessional. That is why i gave S & G to Con. Con, you did not use any sources, to back up your arguments. That is why I awarded all other points to Pro.
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