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Both are very satisfying revenge films with very different tones. DW2 is more grim and gritty while DW3 is light and loaded with balls to the wall violence. Both are entertaining films. Death Wish 3 is very entertaining. It's a very cheesy movie, but that doesn't make it bad. It's full of quotable one liners and memorable scenes.
@Murdock, good to know, then I'll have to give your aforementioned double billing a shot at some point. How is 'Death Wish 2' uncomfortable?
It's up there with those films.
That's bad, then, because the sequences in both of those movies were lengthy and brutal to watch.
However, in both of their cases, the end result of that was sweet, sweet, brutal revenge, so I'm sure I can expect the same in 'Death Wish 2.'
Oh yes, Death Wish 2 is probably the most satisfying of the series.
I tend to watch Casino Royale and Quantum Of Solace back-to-back too.
Then there's also The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003 and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre : The Beginning, Ju-on: The Grudge and Ju-On: The Grudge 2, The Ring and The Ring 2, Jeepers Creepers and Jeepers Creepers 2, ... , and of course Empire and Jedi.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is considered a prequel, since it depicts Eastwood's character gradually acquiring the clothing he wears in the other two films and because it takes place during the American Civil War (1861–1865), whereas the other two films feature comparatively more modern firearms and other props, for example: Lee Van Cleef's character in For a Few Dollars More appears to be a Confederate veteran who has come down in the world, and a graveyard scene in A Fistful of Dollars features a gravestone dated 1873.
Why? James Stewart with Grace Kelly and Kim Novak, directed by Hitchcock.It doesn't get much better.
I'd like to try a double feature of Dick Tracy and The Mask. They're pretty much the same kind of gangster comic film. But which one first? :-?
Super Mario Bros / Judge Dredd. No lie, I love both of these films for what they are. Did anyone notice how Mario Bros and Total Recall have a similar feel to their respective universes?
I, Robot. I think that would be cool.