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Oceans - 8/11/2010 3:07:48 AM   
loriabbott.com

 

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I cannot BELIEVE The Ocean's Trilogy isn't up here! That's weird!!

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- 19/11/2010 1:42:56 AM   
Antartico

 

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and Jurasic Park?

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Nolan - 26/2/2011 12:25:20 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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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 the true beauty of filmmaking. Oh, and of course Heath Ledger's "Why so serious?"

Weakest: So far, nothing tops the Dark Knight so Batman Begins is the weakest but only in comparison to The Dark Knight.

What to say...: "Why so serious?"

...and what not to say: "Ah, I remember when that hottie George Clooney was the caped crusader" or "Ah, I remember when the chunky monkey Adam West was the holy hunk of muscle..."


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Trash - 7/3/2011 1:49:25 PM   
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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.

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Favourite - 20/3/2011 6:32:06 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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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

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Matrix - 22/3/2011 4:37:13 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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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?!

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RE: The Matrix Trilogy - 23/3/2011 9:52:18 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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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!

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The Matrix - 12/10/2011 3:50:52 AM   
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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."

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RE: Favourite - 12/10/2011 12:35:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: 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


No Evil Dead trilogy?

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RE: Favourite - 13/10/2011 7:55:12 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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Can't see Evil Dead so... don't know.

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- 16/2/2012 7:16:44 PM   
dorylis

 

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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...)

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RE: - 18/2/2012 2:20:03 PM   
Mr. Fincher

 

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I think that Star Wars made a huge impact but Jedi was just a friggin' joke. The prequels should be higher though.

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batman - 15/3/2012 3:02:12 PM   
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make way, this summer nolan's batman trilogy is heading for first place

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- 6/5/2012 5:11:26 PM   
Celeste9614

 

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Lord of the Rings in the first place? definitely . The place of it in millions of fan's heart is irreplaceable...

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Toy Story - 1/6/2012 1:50:45 AM   
#amazing

 

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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.

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Dollars - 25/6/2012 4:02:22 PM   
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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.

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- 25/6/2012 4:03:36 PM   
leonebergman737

 

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And Romero's trilogy should of been higher then.Raimi's

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As of july 20th...You know what I'm going to say! - 23/7/2012 6:51:36 PM   
Alien Hunter

 

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The Dark Knight Trilogy!

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TRILOGIES. THREE! - 4/9/2012 7:08:47 PM   
Litshttam

 

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A few tetralogies - Indy, PotC, Die Hard, Alien - as well as an hexalogy - Star Wars - cluttering up the list...

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3...that's the magic number - 5/12/2012 10:29:11 PM   
wellsyboy

 

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If only they had made a third Basic Instinct movie.....;-0

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Baz Luhrman's Red Curtain trilogy - 9/12/2012 12:24:04 PM   
Pelle

 

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Where's that?

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- 14/1/2013 2:40:17 AM   
metank31

 

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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.

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WHAT?! - 19/1/2013 9:29:19 PM   
D4S

 

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wheres the Dark Knight trilogy?? its probably better than lord of the rings

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Pretty Good List - 26/3/2013 8:23:37 PM   
HornsbyHavoc

 

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my top 5:
5. Toy Story
4. The Matrix
3. Back to the Future
2. Star Wars (original)
1. Lord of the Rings

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- 26/3/2013 8:24:19 PM   
HornsbyHavoc

 

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By the way, this list was made before The Dark Knight Rises came out, so that's why it's not on there.

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Great List! - 1/8/2013 7:48:50 PM   
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Certainly this is debatable but on the whole, this is a really a great list! Well done!

< Message edited by AwesomeTrilogies -- 1/8/2013 7:51:10 PM >


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You know, you can have a trilogy without blowing things... - 3/9/2013 12:19:29 AM   
Midwest Doc

 

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How about Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and Before Midnight? Great movies with terrific dialogue.

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The Apu Triology - 27/10/2013 7:18:27 AM   
Doc Joe

 

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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.

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