Top 10 Most Polarizing Franchise Movies of all Time

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Top 10 Most Polarizing Franchise Movies of all Time

A huge misstep or an overlooked gem? For this list, we’re looking at franchise films that split fans, critics, or both down the middle. Simultaneously loved and hated, these instalments tend to be heavily debated. Our list includes “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015), “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” (1984), “The Matrix Reloaded” (2003), “Prometheus” (2012), “The Godfather Part III” (1990), and more! Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Most Divisive Movies in a Franchise.

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10) “Prometheus” (2012)
9) “Halloween III Season of the Witch” (1982)
8) “The Matrix Reloaded” (2003)
7) “Avengers Age of Ultron” (2015)
6) “The Godfather Part III” (1990)
5) “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” (1984)
4) “Iron Man 3” (2013)
3, 2 & 1???

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Polarizing Franchise Movies of all Time

  1. Temple of Doom is the one I can’t watch. I’ll even watch Skulls over it. Capshaw’s character ruined the whole movie. Would have been okay if it were just the kid.

    Finally – Iron Man 3 is seen as the weak link it is

  2. Oh and Temple.of Doom.lost me after the monkey brain eating. No it was the jumping from the plane in a life raft. No it was Kate Capshaws entrance. No it was Shortrounds appearance. Anyway it sucks. But not as bad as Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

  3. I’m not a huge Star Wars fan but I saw The Last Jedi and I can’t remember much about. That says a lot. Adam Driver is the Hayden Christenson of the sequels. I don’t like the sequels anyway because they nullify many of the events of the original trilogy. The empire was completely defeated yet immediately in TFA we see stormtroopers and the new order and another evil megalomaniac and his pseudo Darth Vader. I really like Man of Steel but it works better as an alien comes to Earth tale rather than a super hero movie. Terminator Salvation is good when it’s Sam Worthington and Anton Yeltsin ( damn what a tragedy!) or anybody but Christian Bale and Bryce Dallas Howard. The last 15 mins or so is kind of hokey but they had to get CG Arnold in there. Halloween 3 is strange but effective. When they keep playing the commercial and then that tone I thought my head was going to burst. Make a point to watch it if you don’t know what I mean. Only Matrix movie worth watching is the first. Don’t care for any of the MI Tom Cruise movies. And The Dark Knight Rises is ok but no sequel could live up to the acclaim of The Dark Knight and Heath Ledgers performances (another great.loss and tragedy)

  4. Live Free Or Die Hard should’ve been on this list.Many fans of the original Die Hard don’t like that among their favorite franchise,there is a PG-13 film(then again,there is A Good Day To Die Hard to remind us that sometimes the best gifts are the ones we never ask for,while the ones we do ask for can be the worst thing ever),whereas modern fans,like me,actually enjoy the film for its action scenes and for its admittedly mediocre but still compelling characters(I’m looking at Matthew Farrell).The Last Jedi is more hated than ever,and guess what?Makes us enjoy the less than attractive prequel trilogy that many of us despise,right?Casé in point,Live Free Or Die Hard is at least enjoyable and doesn’t garner as much hate as The Last Jedi does.So,why isn’t it even on the list?

  5. The dark knight rises was a disappointment in my opinion. It didn’t live up to my expectations than the second movie did in 2008

  6. I liked Raiders of the Lost Ark, it was great but I definitely loved Temple of Doom so much more,idk why but I just do,Krystal Skull was the bad one in the franchise

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