Part II?

These days, it seems like Hollywood churns out more sequels than original movies, most of them of far lesser quality. Of the 12 film sequels described below, only six of them are actual movies. Can you pick out the real ones from the phonies?

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Conan the Destoyer: A less violent, more kid-friendly sequel to Conan the Barbarian. Arnold Schwarzenegger revised his role as Conan and was joined by basketball star Wilt Chamberlain and singer Grace Jones.
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The Goonies II: Never Say Die: This sequel to the seminal ‘80s adventure classic focuses on Josh Cohen’s Chunk. After moving to Massachusetts, he discovers a silver key on the beach that looks suspiciously like one at the historical museum, he sets out to find a treasure chest buried by settlers that came over on the Mayflower, joined by a new group of friends.
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Be Cool: A followup to Get Shorty, this one tackles the music industry. John Travolta stars again, this time joined by Uma Thurman. Wait, didn’t they star together in Pulp Fiction? Maybe that’s what that random dance sequence between them was about…
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Invading the Planet of the Apes: None of the original cast members made it to this 1989 entry in the Planet of the Apes saga. The apes and some human prisoners are made the heroes in this film when a group of advanced aliens attacks the titular planet looking to mine a rare mineral.
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Top Secret! The Sequel!!: In the grand tradition of Airplane 2 and The Naked Gun 2 1/2, Nick Rivers (no longer played by Val Kilmer, but replaced by an actor so unknown, he doesn’t have a picture on imdb.com) returns. This time he’s made a CIA agent at the height of the Cold War and goes on a secret mission to Eastern Europe, where, of course, goofy hijinks erupt.
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The Fly 2: Jeff Goldblum’s son takes center stage this time, becoming a more aggressive and larger Brundlefly.
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The Sting II: Jackie Gleason takes Paul Newman’s role and Mac Davis replaces Robert Redford in this sequel to the seminal caper film. This one features the two con artists trying to pull off a heist while being hunted by a vengeful mark.
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Blade Runner: Part II: A much-anticipated sequel was derailed when Harrison Ford decided to film Witness and left the project. He was replaced by Christian Slater in an unfocused mess that saw Rick Deckar returning to Los Angeles to thwart a crooked politician suspected of being a robot.
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The Odd Couple II: Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau reunite as Felix and Oscar, traveling to Florida for a wedding between Oscar’s son and Felix’s daughter. Hijinks ensue.
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Charade 2: Audrey Hepburn’s Regina Lampert discovers her late husband may have built up a secret fortune in an illegal smuggling operation. She has to track down the money while evading a police inspector, played by Michael Caine.
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Also Ran: Hollywood takes on Kurosawa’s masterpiece, picking up as the villagers try to rebuild after the fall of Lord Hidetora. The sprawling ensemble cast allows the producers to explore different classes and walks of life in the Asian community, but the sequel never quite matches up to the original.
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Porky’s II: The Next Day: What can you say about this that doesn’t get said in the IMDb summary? “The naughty high schoolers of Angel Beach High now seek revenge on a group of KKK religious fanatics and corrupt politicians who want to shut down their Shakespeare production after they cast a Seminole transfer student in the lead.”
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