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The 33 Greatest Movie Trilogies
As voted for by you, the Empire readers
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5. The Godfather Trilogy
Director
Francis Ford Coppola

Starring
Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert de Niro, Diane Keaton, James Caan, Robert Duvall, Talia Shire, John Cazale, Andy Garcia, Sofia Coppola, Eli Wallach, Joe Mantegna


The Godfather Trilogy

The Godfather (1972) The Godfather: Part II (1974) The Godfather: Part III (1990)
The Godfather (1972)
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The Godfather: Part II (1974)
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The Godfather: Part III (1990)
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Francis Ford Coppola's epic adaptation of Mario Puzo's equally epic book was a perfect marriage of director and subject. Coming from a large Italian-American family himself, Coppola understood the novel's themes about family, immigration and the American dream on a profound level, and just had to add a soupcon of crime and assassination to bring the mix to boil. Part II expertly layered past and present in a brilliant expansion and clarification of the world, while Part III, whatever its faults, completes the arc for Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) as he faces the consequences of the choices he's made and watches the next generation grow up.

Weakest link? Altogether now! The Godfather: Part III! In retrospect everyone agrees that Sofia Coppola is a better director than Corleone offspring, and while the third film has its defenders, no one would seriously claim it's up to the standard of the previous two.

Fun fact: Originally Winona Ryder was set to play Sofia Coppola's role - but backed out to appear in Edward Scissorhands.

What to say... "Of course, it's such a profound satire on the American dream."

...and what not to say. "Anyone who doesn't like it will sleep with the fishes."

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Your Comments
1 The Apu Triology
Posted on Sunday October 27, 2013, 07:18 by Doc Joe
Any sensible list of best trilogies 'ever' made should invariably include 'The Apu Trilogy' by Satyajit Ray. Otherwise the list may suffer from serious indifference to humanity. Read More

2 You know, you can have a trilogy without blowing things up.
Posted on Tuesday September 3, 2013, 00:19 by Midwest Doc
How about Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and Before Midnight? Great movies with terrific dialogue. Read More

3 Great List!
Posted on Thursday August 1, 2013, 19:48 by AwesomeTrilogies
Certainly this is debatable but on the whole, this is a really a great list! Well done! Read More

4
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2013, 20:24 by HornsbyHavoc
By the way, this list was made before The Dark Knight Rises came out, so that's why it's not on there. Read More

5 Pretty Good List
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2013, 20:23 by HornsbyHavoc
my top 5: 5. Toy Story 4. The Matrix 3. Back to the Future 2. Star Wars (original) 1. Lord of the Rings Read More

6 WHAT?!
Posted on Saturday January 19, 2013, 21:29 by D4S
wheres the Dark Knight trilogy?? its probably better than lord of the rings Read More

7
Posted on Monday January 14, 2013, 02:40 by metank31
No love for John Carpenter's Apocalypse trilogy? The Thing, Prince of Darkness and In The Mouth of Madness? Not a trilogy in the given sense but the neither is the Vengeance trilogy, which made the list. I guess those Mighty Ducks votes were just too many to ignore. Read More

8 Baz Luhrman's Red Curtain trilogy
Posted on Sunday December 9, 2012, 12:24 by Pelle
Where's that? Read More

9 3...that's the magic number
Posted on Wednesday December 5, 2012, 22:29 by wellsyboy
If only they had made a third Basic Instinct movie.....;-0 Read More

10 TRILOGIES. THREE!
Posted on Tuesday September 4, 2012, 19:08 by Litshttam
A few tetralogies - Indy, PotC, Die Hard, Alien - as well as an hexalogy - Star Wars - cluttering up the list... Read More

11 As of july 20th...You know what I'm going to say!
Posted on Monday July 23, 2012, 18:51 by Alien Hunter
The Dark Knight Trilogy! Read More

12
Posted on Monday June 25, 2012, 16:03 by leonebergman737
And Romero's trilogy should of been higher then.Raimi's Read More

13 Dollars
Posted on Monday June 25, 2012, 16:02 by leonebergman737
The best trilogy ever is the Dollars Trilogy, Lord of the Rings defiantly should not of been top. Oh and Empire by the way Star Wars really isn't that great. Read More

14 Toy Story
Posted on Friday June 1, 2012, 01:50 by #amazing
The Star Wars trilogy is hard to argue against in terms of the universe it created and there and The Lord of the Rings were majestic adaptations, but I really think that as a trilogy and on individual merit too, the Toy Story films have to be number 1. Three masterpieces and a fantastic story that develops to a natural conclusion. Genius. Read More

15
Posted on Sunday May 6, 2012, 17:11 by Celeste9614
Lord of the Rings in the first place? definitely . The place of it in millions of fan's heart is irreplaceable... Read More

16 batman
Posted on Thursday March 15, 2012, 15:02 by iordanstefan
make way, this summer nolan's batman trilogy is heading for first place Read More

17 RE:
Posted on Saturday February 18, 2012, 14:20 by Mr. Fincher
I think that Star Wars made a huge impact but Jedi was just a friggin' joke. The prequels should be higher though. Read More

18
Posted on Thursday February 16, 2012, 19:16 by dorylis
Star Wars, the original trilogy, should be first. In terms of impact and, let's see, yes creating a whole universe as compared to adapting one. I know you waited for LotR for a long time, but Star Wars kind of change the world! (For better or for worse...) Read More

19 RE: Favourite
Posted on Thursday October 13, 2011, 19:55 by Mr. Fincher
Can't see Evil Dead so... don't know. Read More

20 RE: Favourite
Posted on Wednesday October 12, 2011, 12:35 by clownfoot
L: Mr. Fincher My favourite are: 10. Mission : Impossible I-III 9. Jurassic Park, The Lost World and JP: III 8. Star Wars prequels 7. Back to the Future 6. Original Star Wars trilogy 5. Indiana Jones trilogy 4. The Dollars trilogy 3. The Matrix trilogy 2. Toy Story trilogy 1. The Lord of the Rings sp; No Evil Dead trilogy? Read More

21 The Matrix
Posted on Wednesday October 12, 2011, 03:50 by GT0427
In my opinion there didn't need to even be a trilogy. The first film was fine by itself. It had everything it needed. It told the story of a hero finding his way, going from being completely unaware to realizing who he is and most of all, what his purpose is. And the one factor that makes it clear that this movie should have been the one and only existing chapter of this series, is the final line of the film: "Where we go from there is a choice I leave to you." Read More

22 RE: The Matrix Trilogy
Posted on Wednesday March 23, 2011, 21:52 by Mr. Fincher
I agree! Trinity should have died when that bullet was inside her! Plus, the Revolutions Zion battle was boring! The problem was they didn't alternate between Neo going to to machine city and the battle of Zion! Read More

23 Matrix
Posted on Tuesday March 22, 2011, 16:37 by Mr. Fincher
Excuse me? The Matrix Reloaded is the weakest of the two?! Are you crazy?!?! Revolutions is sometimes considered as one of the worst films of all time and you're saying that it's better than Reloaded?! Read More

24 Favourite
Posted on Sunday March 20, 2011, 18:32 by Mr. Fincher
My favourite are: 10. Mission : Impossible I-III 9. Jurassic Park, The Lost World and JP: III 8. Star Wars prequels 7. Back to the Future 6. Original Star Wars trilogy 5. Indiana Jones trilogy 4. The Dollars trilogy 3. The Matrix trilogy 2. Toy Story trilogy 1. The Lord of the Rings Read More

25 Trash
Posted on Monday March 7, 2011, 13:49 by klewton222
Let me go out on a limb by saying that the Toy Story trilogy is up there with the likes of Star Wars and LotR. All 3 Toy Story's are masterpieces and timeless, just as the top two. My order: 1. Star Wars, 2. Toy Story, 3. LotR. Read More

26 Nolan
Posted on Saturday February 26, 2011, 12:25 by Mr. Fincher
Here is an additional page to the feature: Batman Trilogy (Christopher Nolan) Batman Begins: ***** The Dark Knight: ***** The Dark Knight Rises: ? OK, admittedly, it isn't a trilogy yet but you have to give credit for the first 2 films! Batman Begins was Christopher Nolan's (Best Director Ever!) first wide-scale film. It started a lasting friendship with actors like Christian Bale, Michael Caine (who appeared in every Nolan film afterwards) and Cillian Murphy. The pure genius of the script, the cinematography and acting is superb and gives the darkest edge to Batman since Tim Burton's original 2 films (which were rubbish). And then, The Dark Knight was released. And here we go! The Dark Knight is by far one of the best films ever made. Up there with The Godfather, Goodfellas, 2001, Star Wars V, Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, Inception (another Nolan), Shawshank Redemption, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Raging Bull, Chinatown, The Apartment and all those others that just convey theRead More

27
Posted on Friday November 19, 2010, 01:42 by Antartico
and Jurasic Park? Read More

28 Oceans
Posted on Monday November 8, 2010, 03:07 by loriabbott.com
I cannot BELIEVE The Ocean's Trilogy isn't up here! That's weird!! Read More

29 The Matrix Trilogy
Posted on Sunday October 31, 2010, 06:41 by TheAmazingOctopus
Surely Reloaded is far more superior to Revolutions? Yes, it did have a rave, but it also had the burly brawl and the motorway scene. Revolutions had an anti-climatic ending and a needless Trinity death scene (why not just let her die in Reloaded). Read More

30 Top 2
Posted on Sunday October 24, 2010, 09:16 by Superzone
Hard to disagree with Star Wars and LotR as the top two. Read More

31 Prequels
Posted on Sunday October 24, 2010, 08:53 by Superzone
Glad to see the Star Wars prequels get some love here. I will always defend those films. People make them out to be these horrible abominations of filmmaking, but they're actually pretty damn good. Read More

32 RE: Overknight...
Posted on Tuesday October 5, 2010, 23:28 by SamSolo
I agree, given the hype about Nolan at the minute, he is virtually assured a top ten place in this poll. Not that I am saying for one moment that it wouldn't be deserved. Read More

33 RE: Overknight...
Posted on Wednesday September 29, 2010, 13:28 by gazpop
L: Mopictures Will be interesting how these type of polls will change when Nolan delivers his third and last Batman film. hope it'll be epic but it aint gonna challenge the high enders I don't think. Read More

34 RE: Overknight...
Posted on Wednesday September 29, 2010, 01:17 by girl_interupted
C'mon guys its just a bit of  fun isnt it? I personally would of had the vengence, indiana jones and Alien trilogies higher up in this list so its surprising how some of these have been voted for by so many people.  Read More

35 RE: Mostly predictable!!
Posted on Tuesday September 28, 2010, 14:25 by Cruisecontroller
L: gazpop L: Discodez No Three Mothers Trilogy? Charlatans ot to agree with the LOTR detractors - they look great but are boring rubbish (like the books) the cinematic equivalent of Mogadon. uh? Is this guy for real? Boring rubbish? Not enough explosions or bikinis for you? You damn yourself straight to Hades for claiming the books also rubbish. They are masterpieces. Ah hell, why waste my breath. I doubt you were even able to read until well into your teens and by then were more interested in, ummm, the Smirfs? Can people please read what someone wrote earlier about trilogies? It explains everything you moaning minnies. I refer to Paulchilds, "A trilogy is not necessarily a collection of only three films. A trilogy is a story told in three parts, so if there are additional films prior to or preceeding that story, then yes there are 4/5/6 films in the 'series' but the trilogy still exists within that series. There are 6 Star Wars films but they are split iRead More

36 RE: Aticus
Posted on Tuesday September 28, 2010, 14:16 by Cruisecontroller
L: livewire If theres more than three it's not a trilogy. i demand the following be removed Star Wars Indiana Jones Terminator Aliens Die hard greed! Read More

37 RE: RE:
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 18:06 by paul_ie86
L: j8mie It's funny because I worked my way through each page and got to number 3. knew when I got to number 33 that those two were going to be top Read More

38 RE: Rush Hour?
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 15:55 by dansator
L: JIm R squalification comes into play when you make ridiculous requests for votes for unworthwhile films to be included into the list. ote] I don't see any "unworthwhile" films in the list, if you're talking about quality. Maybe I'm peeved by certain trilogies being so high in the list because I don't like them, but people have different tastes, and I respect that. The only ground I see for disqualification is if a trilogy doesn't qualify as a "trilogy". This would be if there are less or more than three films, or if the three films in some way don't build a cohesive unit. Read More

39 RE: Mostly predictable!!
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 15:40 by gazpop
L: Discodez No Three Mothers Trilogy? Charlatans ot to agree with the LOTR detractors - they look great but are boring rubbish (like the books) the cinematic equivalent of Mogadon. uh? Is this guy for real? Boring rubbish? Not enough explosions or bikinis for you? You damn yourself straight to Hades for claiming the books also rubbish. They are masterpieces. Ah hell, why waste my breath. I doubt you were even able to read until well into your teens and by then were more interested in, ummm, the Smirfs? Can people please read what someone wrote earlier about trilogies? It explains everything you moaning minnies. I refer to Paulchilds, "A trilogy is not necessarily a collection of only three films. A trilogy is a story told in three parts, so if there are additional films prior to or preceeding that story, then yes there are 4/5/6 films in the 'series' but the trilogy still exists within that series. There are 6 Star Wars films but they are split into a distinct storRead More

40 RE: Rush Hour?
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 15:31 by JIm R
L: dansator Judging by there only being 33 trilogies in the list I'm assuming that less than 50 trilogies received a vote. So why is one of my votes, the Rush Hour trilogy, missing from the list? Was it disqualified? sp; squalification comes into play when you make ridiculous requests for votes for unworthwhile films to be included into the list. Read More

41 RE: The Greatest Movie Trilogies
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 14:37 by Samurai_Zoso
Congratulations, Empire. You've proven again that your readers slow but steady seam to become stultified. Discussing the lows and highs of such polls - and the often arguable results is one thing (and I enjoy a healthy exchange of differing opinions quite a bit), but this constant bitching* and the occasional outright hostile attitude of some users really starts getting on my nerves. I can't approve of everything Empire does of late - some lackluster features, peculiar reviews, etc. - but this immature behaviour of people who obvious have nothing better to do than use every opportunity to throw insults (if they at least would address their discontent in a more polite way), complain about anything and eveything puts me, as a longtime reader, off - more than any fishy article written by an inexperienced apprenticed ever could. *cough* And say what you will but Empire hasn't yet failed to entertain me. Oh, and it didn't cost me that much money neither. size="2"] *As if their Read More

42 RE: The Greatest Movie Trilogies
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 13:19 by D-ToX
Congratulations Empire on producing a feature that ranks as up there with the best shite that Total Film runs on their website every other day. Did I miss the small print where it said ‘best three films’ in a series rather than ‘trilogy’ in its real meaning, worst feature ever and you should be ashamed at yourselves as much as I am for wasting my time casting a vote for it. Read More

43 RE: Mostly predictable!!
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 12:51 by Discodez
No Three Mothers Trilogy? Charlatans p; Got to agree with the LOTR detractors - they look great but are boring rubbish (like the books) the cinematic equivalent of Mogadon. Read More

44 RE: RE:
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 12:10 by Rgirvan44
L: darth silas I knew this poll would be a joke when i saw that the gay hobbit trilogy came in at no.01.For crying out loud,people actually think those overlong,pretentious,tree walking movies are better than Back To The Future and Indy? Besides,most of the great trilogys are no longer trilogys as they have all been extended by further episodes(Star Wars,Indy,Die Hard,and Rambo have all gotten further instalments) so shouldnt be on the list. sp; Yeah, clearly the LOTR series has no fans. Read More

45 RE:
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 12:05 by darth silas
I knew this poll would be a joke when i saw that the gay hobbit trilogy came in at no.01.For crying out loud,people actually think those overlong,pretentious,tree walking movies are better than Back To The Future and Indy? Besides,most of the great trilogys are no longer trilogys as they have all been extended by further episodes(Star Wars,Indy,Die Hard,and Rambo have all gotten further instalments) so shouldnt be on the list. Read More

46 RE: Godfather
Posted on Friday September 24, 2010, 10:16 by JIm R
conviniently (once again) fucks around with it's star rating system post release to suit an arguement or to be seen to be reflecting everybody's opinion when all points of view are considered/i]the film is released, Phantom Menace was given four stars upon release not three. p; ve you ended the review back in '99 along the lines of 'more than we believe we ever deserved the right to expect', well let me tell you chaps, bar a light saber fight and a villian that only Drath himself eclipses it was a two star film at best. p;   Read More

47 RE: Godfather
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 22:45 by norahs84
yes, you are correct! Read More

48 RE:
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 21:09 by The Todge
It's probably not worth getting too upset at this latest list given the inclusion of the Mighty Ducks proves that a lot of people weren;t taking this seriously at all.  However, some points to be raised: There are honestly very few "great" trilogies.  Most have at least one piss weak entry, two of them by Brett Ratner.  That's why he's such a colossal prick. It's geuinely becoming boring to read yet another thing blaming the Spider-Man 3 being piss weak on the inclusion of Venom.  He was a big problem, but nothing could have saved it.  The script was swiss cheese and hamperped by problems inherited from the previous two films..  If any series demands a reboot, it's Spider-Man It is in my opinion, Die Hard 3 which is the worst entry.  Die Hard 2 is the only one of the sequels to follow logistically from the first one.  How is McClane suddenly back in New York, nearly alcoholic and fighting with Holly again?  And that twist thaRead More

49 RE: Really?
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 17:21 by Samurai_Zoso
What's wrong with all this derision of LotR? After all the three(!) films are basically universally considered (by fans and critics alike) as masterpieces, or at least as really great and fatithful movie adaptions of Tolkien's work, nearly perfectly balancing the grand spectacle with intimate character moments. Imho the trilogy in its scope and achievement is still unsurpassed and therefore rightfully at the top fo this list. On the other hand I'm a bit disappointed to see the Indiana Jones trilogy not being voted among the top 5. C'om, these films are, especially from today's perspective (easily forgetting/dismissing all the criticsim flung at Temple of Doom back then), the ultimate blockbusters. Pure, unaltered entertainement. Really, they don't make them like this anymore (even Spielberg and Lucas* ain't capable of reproducing that kind of magic these days, sadly). , the SW prequels, not even the best bits of it, can't remotely compete with the original trilogy."2"]In Read More

50 RE: Police Story
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 15:58 by torchwood1
In reply to reinhardt76 who said the millenium trilogy is not complete I have seen all 3 films so check your facts next time Read More

51 RE: WAIT A MINUTE!
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 14:42 by cosmic_starfish
The Millenium trilogy does exist, just the final film hasn't been released over here yet but It was released on 27th Nov last year in Denmark, etc so I think it's a valid entry. I am ashamed to admit I've never seen Back to the Future, looking forward to the re-release next month. Read More

52 RE: Since when is a trilogy 4 movies??!!
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 14:01 by paulchilds
Sh**neck - you need to learn the meaning of the word trilogy. A trilogy is not necessarily a collection of only three films. A trilogy is a story told in three parts, so if there are additional films prior to or preceeding that story, then yes there are 4/5/6 films in the 'series' but the trilogy still exists within that series. There are 6 Star Wars films but they are split into a distinct story per trilogy - the story of Anakin and the story of Luke. There are SIX Alien films (so far) - not four as you suggest. Alien through to Alien 3 tell a rounded story of Ripley thereby making 1-3 a trilogy. Alien Resurrection is the start of a new story (which sadly was never expanded on). AVP and AVPR are prequels to the Alien films - if a third comes out and continues to develop the Weyland Yutani storyline then that will be a separate trilogy. Terminator is, like Star Wars, split into two trilogies (with parts 5-6 not made yet) as they tell two separate stories (Pre and PRead More

53 RE:
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 12:51 by tommypocket
Two things proved from this feature: 1) You can count the truely great trilogies on one hand. 2) The people voting for the Matrix, Pirates and Mighty Ducks are presumably also the people who can't count to three... Read More

54 RE: RE:
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 12:32 by piccolo135
Brilliant feature, more so because it's quite obviously voted for by the readers. And as for Mighty Ducks, I refuse to believe anyone that didn't enjoy that as a kid. Read More

55 RE:
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 12:26 by j8mie
It's funny because I worked my way through each page and got to number 3. I knew at that point it was going to be Star Wars and LoTR in the final two spots, but I have to admit I had them the other way round............but I'm truly thankful that people can see past all that Jedi nonsense and put the better films on top. I can't believe the Mighty Duck trilogy was in the final list or that the Matrix films were so high. Did the people who voted not see the last two films??? I do have to agree about including films that have a 4th film. If for example there was no Alien 4 then you could ignore the AvP films (as they are more of a spin off) and allow the Alien trilogy in. All the other should really have been removed from this list. Read More

56 RE: Aticus
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 11:44 by livewire
If theres more than three it's not a trilogy. i demand the following be removed Star Wars Indiana Jones Terminator Aliens Die hard Read More

57 RE: Aticus
Posted on Thursday September 23, 2010, 11:24 by Gretzky
Agree with other posters here. When I voted I chose strictly trilogies so feel a bit gypped that so many other non-trilogies were included... It's not strictly a trilogy if there's more than three - it's a series - regardless of when they were made.  Read More

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