Transformers....well so far that franchise remains a sequel...but who's counting?
Don't have just one...in no particular order...
Pirates of the Caribbean...apparently they are making a fourth so in due time I will be off as well.
The Evil Dead Trilogy....even though one and two are essentially the same movie.
The Bourne Identity Series
That's all folks....everyone else either spat out a sub par third movie....or ended up rolling into a Quadrilogy.
Gracias....you know I almost have to throw in Lord of the Rings....simply for the visual aspect. That is some of the best cinematography I have ever seen.
I read a lot of Tolkien's work...but the movies were never something I got over enthusiastic about.
Back to the Future. The first and second, not so much the third. The third sucked.
Pirates of the Caribbean! Although I still think the first one was the best.
Ocean's 11, 12, 13! Although 12 wasnt so great.
And ... ye, the Bourne films are great too!
I love them. 12 is weird though, Julia Roberts plays a woman that looks like Julia Roberts :S
if westerns do not do it for you...how about underworld...did you see the last one?
Loved the first Underworld....dug the second...than the whole story became a bit rhetorical.
Depends if you are into Sci-Fi at all....I enjoyed Pitch Black and the Chronicles of Riddick (Though I had to watch the latter a few times get into it)
The Alien series is always good....
Outside of Sci-Fi....The Indiana Jones storyline is amazing...even though I must confess I was not a huge fan of the most recent one....ermmm...Indiana Jones versus the Aliens?
First and foremost, The Godfather - how could anyone not mention this, i dont get it. Then Evil Dead, The Lord of the Rings, Matrix, Sin City (not complete yet, but will be among my favorite trilogies. No kidding)
Because the third one is AWFUL...one and two....best movies ever made. Don't know if you have ever seen the story that is compiled called the Godfather Saga...where they put one and two together with DeNiro as the young Corleone in the beginning...than follow with one...then the Pacino part of Two
indiana jones were real good movies...I thought it was a good idea to recover biblical artifacts in 1 and 3 but 2 did not seem to fit the pattern
Star Wars...C'mon guys!
(A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi)
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