Difference between revisions of "Evil Dead rule"

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Rule inspired by Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy in which the first film is great, the second is ''really'' great, and the third is a total stinker. One of the other trilogies to follow this rule was Raimi's Spider-Man series. The first three X-Men films - before the franchise began expanding into many different directions and [[No Country For X-Men|timelines]] - also fit this rule.
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Rule inspired by Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy in which the first film is great, the second is ''really'' great, and the third is a total stinker. One of the other trilogies to follow this rule was Raimi's Spider-Man series and The Godfather films. The first three X-Men films - before the franchise began expanding into many different directions and [[No Country For X-Men|timelines]] - also fit this rule.
  
 
The rule is opposed to the [[High School Musical| High School Musical rule]], in which it is the second film that lets down the series.
 
The rule is opposed to the [[High School Musical| High School Musical rule]], in which it is the second film that lets down the series.

Latest revision as of 09:10, 30 March 2017

Rule inspired by Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy in which the first film is great, the second is really great, and the third is a total stinker. One of the other trilogies to follow this rule was Raimi's Spider-Man series and The Godfather films. The first three X-Men films - before the franchise began expanding into many different directions and timelines - also fit this rule.

The rule is opposed to the High School Musical rule, in which it is the second film that lets down the series.