It stands to reason that if you enjoy a film, you’re going to welcome the thought of a sequel. A good movie creates an alternate world complete with intriguing story threads, a strong sense of internal logic, and characters that seem just as real to us than the people we meet every day.

If you enjoy being immersed in the parallel universe that a film’s screenwriter, director and cast have taken so much trouble to construct, aren’t you going to want to spend as much time there as possible? Actually, the answer to that question is often “no.”

Whether because they’re too idiosyncratic, too experimental, too complete in themselves, too open-ended, or …

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