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What is the best trilogy of all time?


Dollars trilogy
Star Wars trilogy episodes 4-6
Godfather trilogy
The Three Colors trilogy
Lord of the rings trilogy
Spider-Man trilogy
The Dark Knight trilogy
The Before trilogy
The new planet of the apes trilogy

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The Godfather by default. I haven't seen any other ones, besides "The Karate Kid" which isn't as good as The Godfather. One day I will see "The Three Colors" trilogy.

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Lord of the Rings beats it in my book. The reason being all three are great. Not the case for Godfather unfortunately.

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Godfather isn't a trilogy

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there are 3 parts. of course it is.

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There are two Godfather movies and a spinoff, not sure how that counts as a trilogy

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Huh, never really took note of the numbers in the brackets next to everyone's name, but I assume this is how many posts and comments a user has made. But your reply is very interesting to me because I also use Reddit quite a bit, and never ever had anyone reply with my karma to one of my comments as a snarky reply. And while both metrics are quite meaningless, at least karma isn't self imposed. Your comment is funny, sad, and very thought provoking

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I thought Three Colors - "Red" and Three Colors - "White" were excellent. Three Colors - "Blue" was pretty bad, IMO.

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Blue is my favorite one, with Red as a close second. I found White kind of disappointing.

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Godfather trilogy

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Back to the Future
Dollars
Star Wars (1977 - 1983)
The Bourne trilogy
Godfather
Sleepaway Camp

Personally I adore the Die Hard, Alien, Lethal Weapon, Jurassic Park, House, Final Destination, Scream trilogies as well

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I have a Camp Arawak T-shirt and I’ve only seen the original. Am I missing something?

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Not that much but parts 2 and 3 have some really cool moments

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The Bourne trilogy.

Even though they more or less made the same film three times and diminished the last two with the irritating over use of wobble-cam. It's a pity they didn't bring in a team of good writers to beef the story up instead of playing it ultra safe and resorting to silly gimmicks.


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Toughie!

Star Wars but some of your others are tops too

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The Dark Knight, Bourne and Back To The Future.

It's not a traditional trilogy, but I also think Baz Luhrmann's 'Red Curtain Trilogy' (Strictly Ballroom, Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge) deserves a mention. It's unique in the way that the films are connected by a theatrical motif rather than plot or characters.

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The Human Condition Trilogy
The Evil Dead Trilogy
Three Colours

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