10. Grease 2 (1982)
If it had been any good, Grease 2 might have gone down in history as the first of a wave of musical sequels, not seen since the Broadway Melody series of the ’20s, ’30s and ’40s.
As it stands, it’ll simply be remembered as the film that makes you want to send Michelle Pfeiffer a lengthy condolence card.
9. Jaws 3-D (1983)
If George Lucas really is mulling over the idea of a 3D Star Wars, we’d suggest his mate Steven Spielberg release this monstrosity from the vaults and arrange a private screening.
Lucas would last about seven minutes before he ran away screaming. So in love with the faddy 3D technology that inspired it, Jaws 3-D forgets about plot, dialogue and characters to reach depths even Jaws: The Revenge couldn’t fathom.
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