Movies deserve sequels to tell unfinished stories

There are plenty of movies out there that deserve a sequel, but they never really get one.

These sequels would continue the story line or answer questions that have been puzzling audiences.

One movie that would be perfect for a sequel is “The Incredibles” movie.

The success of the movie says a lot the movie won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture in 2004.

The closing moments of “The Incredibles” ends with The Underminer attacking the city and the Parr family suiting up again to come to the rescue.

If that isn’t an indicator to a sequel than I don’t know what is. The movie had this weird hybrid of a super hero movie and a spy movie.

So it’s an obvious decision to make a sequel because that’s what the fans would want and that would definitely fill up any theater because how much movie goers just loved the film.

“Drive” has to be another movie that would make for a must-see sequel. This movie is a love letter to crime-drama movies of the past.

The movie was thrilling from beginning; it was a violent opera of broken bones and blood.

Another movie that is up there for sequel has to be District 9.

District 9 is one the better science fiction movies to come out in recent years.

The movie played with ideals like racism but in a from a of marooned alien species. “District 9″ had its fill of jaw dropping moments and thought provoking scenes that really got people going.

Movie goers really felt for Wikus van de Merwe, played by Sharlto Copley, and they would really want to see what happened to him, and if he succeeds at transforming from prawn to human.

Neill Blomkamp, director of “District 9″, did say that he wanted to do sequel again and he that it might be a prequel to “District 9.″

Sequels may scare some people away from seeing the movie as they would be afraid that it won’t be as good as the first one.

However, sequels are sometimes better than the originals. Look at The Dark Knight trilogy, the first movie “Batman Begins” was really good movie but the sequel to that movie, “The Dark Knight,” an example of a movie having so much success than the first.

Every movie should get sequel, if there is a story to tell then why not tell it?