The 5 Greatest Trilogies
In 1985, Doc Brown invented time travel, in 1955, Marty McFly accidentally prevented his parents from meeting, putting his own existence at stake. "Back to the Future" is one of the best movies ever made (the first in the trilogy is my favorite). Everyone enjoys movies about the future, the past, and an alternate present.
The "Lord of the Rings" trilogy did such an amazing job of visually retelling the books by Tolkien. That is, until the third one. The music, the cinematography, everything was great about these movies. (The second one was my favorite.)
I have to admit, I was kind of surprised when I enjoyed X-Men. It was my first real exposure to the "super hero" type movies. I really enjoyed all of them. I really liked the concept behind them. And, who doesn't want to have one of the "mutant" powers?
Maybe I shouldn't be listing the Indiana Jones trilogy. I have seen them, but I was really really young when I did. I remeber being terrified of The Temple of Doom (thanks to my bro). But they really are great movies. Another reason why I don't know if I can list them on here is because they're making another one, which would then mean that they are no longer a trilogy. But we're all excited for the new one to come out.
The Pirates of theCaribbean trilogy is great on so many levels. I loved the music, the characters (the good and the bad), and they are all enjoyable to watch. I don't know anyone who doesn't like them. (But, "The Curse of the Black Pearl" is my favorite.)