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  1. Stargazing
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    15 Mar '16 18:11
    Short thread I know but maybe you can say why as well as which ones...?

    For me I love the Back to the Furture trilogy.
    Great fun, wholesome, intriguing, family oriented, great characters, directing and time travel intricate overlapping storylines.

    You?
  2. Standard memberDukeOfEuphony
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    15 Mar '16 18:25
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Short thread I know but maybe you can say why as well as which ones...?

    For me I love the Back to the Furture trilogy.
    Great fun, wholesome, intriguing, family oriented, great characters, directing and time travel intricate overlapping storylines.

    You?
    The Lord of the Rings 🙂
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  4. Stargazing
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    15 Mar '16 18:47
    Originally posted by vandervelde
    Austin Powers and Hannibal.
    Just one and why?

    Get with the thread dude!
  5. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    15 Mar '16 18:58
    The original Star Wars trilogy.

    The back drop to my childhood.
  6. Standard memberDukeOfEuphony
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    15 Mar '16 19:31
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    The original Star Wars trilogy.

    The back drop to my childhood.
    I like them too.
  7. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    15 Mar '16 19:36
    The trouble with trilogies is that the first is so much better than the
    subsequent, exceptions being Star Wars (which were all bad) and
    Lord of the Rings (which were all good).

    Honourable mention to BTTF, Bourne and Terminator.
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    15 Mar '16 21:54
    Originally posted by DukeOfEuphony
    The Lord of the Rings 🙂
    No female characters speak to each other in any of the Lord of the Rings films. This is surely a fatal flaw in any trilogy.
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    15 Mar '16 21:58
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Short thread I know but maybe you can say why as well as which ones...?

    For me I love the Back to the Furture trilogy.
    Great fun, wholesome, intriguing, family oriented, great characters, directing and time travel intricate overlapping storylines.

    You?
    I thought The Godfather III fully lived up to the standard set by its 1972 and 1974 predecessors.
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    16 Mar '16 11:56
    Matrix

    Though the quality of part 1 wasn't matched in two or three.
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    Not a trilogy but Support your Local Gunfighter and Support Your Local Sheriff deserve mention.
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    Kung Fu Panda.
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    Millenium trilogy. Great storyline and wonderful actors.
  14. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    16 Mar '16 16:05
    Can i get away with Shaun of the Dead? (Followed by Hot Fuzz and World's End). There's at least one running gag that unites them as a trilogy. (Fence jumping).

    All 3 are very funny, Simon Pegg excellent in everything he does.
  15. Stargazing
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    16 Mar '16 16:15
    Originally posted by Ghost of a Duke
    Can i get away with Shaun of the Dead? (Followed by Hot Fuzz and World's End). There's at least one running gag that unites them as a trilogy. (Fence jumping).

    All 3 are very funny, Simon Pegg excellent in everything he does.
    I watched Hot Fuzz again the other night as it happened to be on. Brilliant fun!
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