How come so many movie series can make two great movies, but not three? The world is full of terrible triquels and we want to know which one is the MOST terrible. Vote for the most disappointing movie now!
The official voting period has ended. See the results below.
5. Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
This installment of the Santa Clause saga has Tim Allen's Santa Claus facing off against Jack Frost, which a) Makes absolutely perfect sense if you just shut up and watch the movie for a second, and b) is exactly as bad as you think it is, because there's no way you saw it.
4. Spy Kids 3D: Game Over
It's easy to assume a franchise has gone off the rails the moment "3D" appears in the title and it's not 2010. And boy, were those assumptions correct. Spy Kids 3 jumped to the front of the 3D line in 2003 and never looked back, or got a good review, ever again.
3. Home Alone 3
The first two Home Alones are films to be cherished. They combine the childlike glee of the christmas season with horrifyingly elaborate devices of torture. In the third one a parrot saves the day.
2. Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
The first act of Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, is like a joke first draft that somehow made it all the way to the final product. Apparently Martin Lawrence running around in a dress is something people want to see three times, and that's what they got, at a terrible, terrible price: Brandon T. Jackson running around in a dress.
1. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
We'll be honest here, we haven't seen this movie, but if the story (presumably something to do with being shipwrecked) plays as badly as that pun in the title, then it is a worthy number one as the worst triquel of all time. Also, there's a limit to how many films we'll put up that waste poor, poor David Cross. The limit is three.