Best Movie Trilogies
A List of Some of My Favorite Best Movie Trilogies of All Time
If you are looking for a solid list of Best Movie Trilogies, you have come to the right place. Movie threequels have become commonplace in recent years, partly due to the rise in superhero films as well as the lack of confidence in Hollywood of original scripts. Movie studios often would rather go with an established brand, a sure thing.
But that is not to say there have not been some fantastic trilogies over the years. Here are some of the greatest ones.
Any list of personal best movie trilogies would have to include Indiana Jones. My personal favorite is The Temple Of Doom, but many people swear by Raiders Of The Lost Ark as their favorite film from this franchise. Even twenty years after it was completed, this film was able to release a fourth installment, which made serious money.
Another Set of Films
Another set of films that certainly makes my list is J.R.R Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings Best Movie Trilogies. The great Viggo Mortenson did as good a job as possible, playing the part of King Aragorn, and Elijah Wood played an incredibly memorable Frodo Baggins.
Of course, Luke Skywalker and crew have to be mentioned. Even over 30 years after their initial release, The Star Wars films are still celebrated the world over. George Lucas was even able to release a prequel Best Movie Trilogies.
The Godfather films are worth seeing for anyone who is a fan of mafia films, or great American cinema in general. No other films have Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro and Al Pacino cast together unless it is awesome.
Even though the last film did everything in its power to ruin the series, I feel an unexplainable loyalty to the Matrix films. I can’t argue that they do not touch any other set of films on this list, but nonetheless, I love them!
As it stands, this is my list. Let us reanalyze five years down the road, however, once we have three Avatar films to judge.…
Ward Theaters Movies
The Business of Movie Ward Theaters: Films or Food?
Not so long ago people went to the movies to, well, see the movie. Now it’s almost as if the movie has become secondary to the food and arcade games that most Ward Theaters have on offer. Montreal, as was the case in most cities, had its fair share of movie theaters – we didn’t call them cinemas, to us they were movie theaters, plain and simple – both in the downtown core and in the suburbs.
These were often elaborately designed single-screen Ward Theaters showing films every night and offered matinees on the weekends and during school holidays. I recall the price being 75 cents before seven o’clock at which time the cost of admission shot up to a whopping $1.25! For that princely sum movie patrons were treated to a cartoon – usually a Blake Edwards’Pink Panther short which worked well in Montreal as it could be used in both French and English theaters given the lack of dialogue – in addition to the main feature.
But the price is not the issue; the price of everything has gone up over time. What has changed is the focus from movie house to all round food and entertainment center. Not all that long ago your admission fee got you into the Ward Theaters to see the movie. There were, of course, snack bars where you could buy soft drinks, popcorn, candies and chips. But these were just for convenience because many people, perhaps most, brought their own snacks to the movie. I’m not talking about smuggling in contraband Twizzlers or Reese’s Pieces, sneaking past ushers who look like they want to pat down movie goers. The goodies people brought to the theater were most welcome; after all they had paid their admission. It was a movie theater, not a restaurant – it was a Bring Your Own Food establishment
Movie goers would bring in, openly and honestly, snack items such as a box of a dozen Dunkin’ Donuts and Dairy Queen milkshakes. Others brought submarine sandwiches or even hamburgers. Some folks even made special snacks at home and, along with a thermos of coffee settled in to enjoy the movie and munch on a ham on rye.
These days the film is almost an afterthought; once you get past the vast array of food on offer at exorbitant prices and run the gamut of the umpteen video games in the lobby, you can finally settle down to watch the feature.
The Movie business has changed. Long gone are the days when movie allen theaters were in the business of selling admission to films and providing convenience snack bar counters, but were BYOF!…
Best Movie Titles
Best Movie Titles Resources
Every now and then we all like to enjoy a good movie at the theatre. New Best Movie Titles are coming out each week, so it’s easy to entertain over selves with a good movie.
Awesome Thing About the Internet World
The awesome thing about the internet world is just about anything can be found there. If you are looking for a particular movie, even locations where it is showing or a synopsis, you can search it online. You can find information on all kinds of genres from horror, dramas, comedy, action to suspense movies.
Things have really changed from way back then before the internet. You had a bit more work to do when searching Best Movie Titles times and locations.
Looking in the almost obsolete telephone book was where you started. You would look up each theatre to find numbers so that you could call the automated system to hear what is playing there and at what times before choosing which theatre you wanted to drive to.
This was a little irritating at times though. You had to keeping calling until the line was clear if it were a busy night like a weekend and if you called in and didn’t hear your personal best movie time, then you would have to wait on the line until the recording started all over again.
Now a days, you no longer need to worry about those automated services. You can search right on your home computer. All you need to do is search the Best Movie Titles, the theatre name, or just simply new releases and you will find what you need and so much more. And don’t worry, you can still find those show times.
You may also want to take a look at those movie trailers that will come up with your search as well. This way before you spend all your money on a movie you may not like or know anything else about, you should take a look at a few of the scenes so that you know what you are getting yourself into.
A good website to see trailers is: apple trailers. Here you can see the current films playing and decide which movie you would prefer to see.
Before you make your decision, look at how the Best Movie Titles is rated. This can help sway your decision to if you want to view it or not.…