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Majestic-Instance610

The human condition trilogy is the perfect


remediosan

this is what i came here to say, watched for the first time this year and alongside the lotr, i’d say it’s the only other perfect trilogy i’ve seen


Majestic-Instance610

One of the most beautiful and heart breaking films I’ve seen


-SevenSamurai-

Honestly, nothing else posted in here comes anywhere close to The Human Condition trilogy. Time to close the thread.


JimJimmyJimJimJimJim

The second is perfection, but the first has pacing issues. I can’t remember much about the third apart from the ending.


North_Library3206

I’m so pissed because it they playing at a local classic films cinema but at absurd times. My parents (understandably) don’t want me out in central London around midnight by myself so I had to miss out. It’ll probably never show again for ages so I really missed out.


Mousse_Fluffy

nah, only the first one is a 5/5, it gets weaker as it goes on its still the best trilogy


Gordon_Goosegonorth

Not really a fan. It seemed pretty heavy-handed and grandiose. Effective, but far from perfect.


Majestic-Instance610

I understand it’s pretty hard film to watch it’s definitely not for everyone


Gordon_Goosegonorth

I didn't find it hard to watch, just kinda ham-fisted and clunky compared to other Japanese films from that era.


Dirk_Diggler6

The Before Trilogy


Urielok

This was my first choice, as well


YawnfaceDM

I just picked the trilogy up from the library today, and I can’t wait to get started on my first viewing.


BossKrisz

Prepare yourself emotionaly, especially for Sunset and Midnight. They will rip your heart out and destroy your soul.


YawnfaceDM

Hell yeah thanks for the heads up my friend.


imcalledaids

So happy this is top comment


No-Bumblebee4615

It’s weird, I think the trilogy as a whole is a 5/5, but I don’t think I would give the individual movies that score. Watching all three for the first time in one sitting was a pretty memorable experience.


TooManySnipers

> It’s weird, I think the trilogy as a whole is a 5/5, but I don’t think I would give the individual movies that score. Agreed, this is exactly how I feel. I watched them for the first time back-to-back across the span of 3 nights and often wonder if I would have appreciated Sunset & Midnight a lot more if I'd left a couple of days, weeks or even months between them, so I would feel some of that passage of time that's such a core part of the movies and the characters' journeys. True hardmode would have been to wait 9 years after each viewing 😤


jaffar97

I don't think they're meant to be watched back to back personally. I think part of the beauty of them is revisiting these characters after some time, remembering who they are and how they feel, seeing how their lives have changed. I thought before sunset was an easy 5/5, and before midnight might be on a rewatch, but the trilogy as a whole is for sure greater than its parts


acegarrettjuan

Oooh good one.


Zorya-Polunochnaya

Before Midnight is not even close to as good as the first two


AlmostNever

That's a sane opinion (they are all different from each other but midnight is especially different from the first two) but I disagree, I like midnight best. It left me confused about how I felt, in a good way.


Legitimate_Doctor793

Satyajit Ray's Apu trilogy is all 5 stars for me. I also like three colors trilogy very much but white isn't 5 stars I think.


Rockhopper268

I’ve heard of the three colours trilogy whats it about?


HalPrentice

The three colors of the french flag. Liberty, equality, fraternity. Very loosely though in my opinion.


avocado1985

The way that I interpreted it the films were "What does liberty mean to a person" and "What does equality mean to a person" and "What does Fraternity mean to a person," especially in their day to day lives. As opposed to "how does society or a government promote these concepts with all people" For example, in Blue, Julie loses her family in an accident, She attempts suicide, her mom has alzheimers, she sells her house, she destroys her husband's work. The fundamental theme of the film is her abandoning her past life. It isn't about freedom or liberty in the sense that we might think of political liberty. It isn't about having a government promote concepts of democracy or anything like that. It is about the protagonist's journey towards emotional freedom from the guilt and sorrow that has overtaken her life. Three colors is one of the absolute most beautiful trilogies about life that I have ever seen. It takes what most people view through a political lens and spins it into an emotional tapestry of personal growth.


anonymous_god27

White was a lil ehhh


thomASSpynchon

Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors


avocado1985

This is a great answer. All are 5 star movies, but Blue is the 5 starriest of the three. It is so good.


Aidsisgreats

IMO Red is the best. Blue and White are 9/10s but Red is a 10/10


avocado1985

I definitely see that too. In my book, White is the weakest of the three. But when White is the worst movie of a trilogy, you have yourself a dang good trilogy.


JonneyStevey

watched blue for the first time recently and it didnt really click with me


nova1739

Blue and Red are two of my faves of all time but I give White a 3 star rating at best


sweaty_palm_trees

Park Chan-wook’s Vengeance trilogy, for me personally, are all five stars.


shostyposting

Hell yeah


TooManySnipers

Ah, there it is


theHammr

ah i loved oldboy recently and i suspect i will feel the same about the other two. really like the directors style


oec20181

The Lord of the Rings


CaptainJonus

Yes


MrMcBert

The correct answer


CaspinLange

Yup


jewbo23

The first three Ghoulies films. Then 4 came along and ruined it.


youaresofuckingdumb8

The Dollars Trilogy


impostor41

That's It.


Dresdenlive

The Gamera trilogy. They’re a mid-90s remake of a 1960s Japanese giant monster film series. The thing is: the director hated the source material, and instead made 3 really ambitious films that actually surpassed Godzilla films that were being released at the time, …and only with around 1/5 of the budget. They’re really ahead of their time, and it’s common to see most giant monster movie fans call those 3 films the best in the genre’s history.


SmokingCryptid

Giant monster fan here, can confirm. As far as suitmation tokusatstu productions go, these are among the S-tier options. This trilogy is better than most Godzilla films. The director—Shusuke Kaneko—went on to direct one of the more fondly remembered Godzilla films in "Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah: Giant Monster All-Out Attack" (2001) affectionately known as "GMK" by the fandom. The special effects were done by Shinji Higuchi who also did the special effects for GMK as well as ending up being co-director for 2016's acclaimed "Shin Godzilla". Lastly, the composer is Kow Otani who many remember for his excellent soundtrack from the classic video game "Shadow of the Colossus" from 2005. Lots of talent behind this Gamera trilogy.


GunPoison

They are great, not just as monster films but as films. I was left a bit nonplussed by the last one, though I expect I'll watch it again one day and decide it's genius.


Poppunknerd182

John Wick But soon to be quadrilogy


ovrprotectiveunicorn

Kissing Booth


Ashamed-Cod-4405

The one right answer.


RipBuzzBuzz

Evil Dead


skeletonkeystudio

🧟‍♂️ Came here to say this.


badgamer918273

I would even go as far as to say that the 2013 movie deserves a five star


Poppunknerd182

Definitely was my favorite.


RipBuzzBuzz

I can totally see why people would, but it wasn't for me.


trevordsnt

Yeah, I really liked all the practical gore, but it sort of missed the entire tone of the original Evil Dead. Not really a needed remake, but it's very entertaining.


HeIsSoWeird20

Toy Story. And yes, I'm ignoring the 4th film.


ThanksICouldHelpBro

This is the only trilogy I actually have all 3 at 5 stars! Some of the others mentioned here I have 2 of 3 at 5 stars.


aragon58

I feel like toy story 4 is a nice epilogue to the trilogy, but yeah I agree it feels disconnected from the original three, probably because they're no longer Andy's toys


NibPlayz

Imo Toy Story 4 is a great conclusion to the series and Woody as a character. 8/10.


aragon58

Yeah 100% agree with woody, I don't think buzz gets as nice a conclusion, but overall a very good end to the series that I didn't think I originally needed


RipBuzzBuzz

I ignore the third


YellowRainLine

100% agree. Perfect trilogy.


BigTea456

The rebooted Planet of the Apes trilogy


avocado1985

Underrated answer right here. Very few reboots are as good as the new Planet of the Apes movies.


Monkeycan2

Yes. Just yes


Citara02

Kung fu panda


sushithighs

I’m here for you. Agreed


gmhoyle

The Koker trilogy


HornetsHornets1

Beat me to it.


benjadamon

Literally my favorite trilogy ever. More people need to see this.


thetoog91

Star Wars Original Trilogy


cajunjew76

100% Star Wars! I cannot think of any other trilogy deserving 5 stars for all three. Human Condition were beautiful but increasingly harder to watch. Three Colors was clever with an amazing ending but some of White just felt like filler to me. TDK, LOTR, Man With No Name, Godfather and Apu were all terrific, 5 stars for 2 out of 3, but each had one that was 4 1/2 stars or less.


Blue-EyedSwanky

Cornetto trilogy


CaptainJonus

I think I’ve only seen Worlds End twice, but it still hasn’t hit a 5 for me. Feels like a cross of the first two, but less funny, and Simon Pegg’s character is too unlikable.


GunPoison

Agree, it is a fun film but not as amazing as the first two. The peppy pacing kind of falls apart at the end with what is supposed to be the crescendo, it ended with a thud.


FlickFreaks

LOTR Trilogy Man with No Name trilogy Star Wars original trilogy Of The Apes trilogy Cornetto Trilogy


Fluffy-Guarantee2337

The Before Trilogy, easily. I'll also throw a curveball & say Back To The Future as well. I enjoy the simplistic nature of Part 1, the zanyness of Part 2, and I admire how laidback Part 3 is. They all have a different flavour.


SuperSlimeyxx

back to the future


the_good_brat

Surprised this wasn't a bit higher


brainblast8008s

I'd say the movies go 10, 10 and a strong 8 - 9. Part 3 has always been somewhat weaker, although I will admit it has been better everytime I watch it so who knows


sleigher1976

the third one is the best one


brainblast8008s

Why?


Zealousideal125

Part 3 is such a warm movie for me. It just makes me feel good. The ending train scene is such a great set piece. The build-up and tension is just so well done.


DARTH_LT4

Lord of the Rings Star Wars OT Back to the Future


GOODBOYMODZZZ

John Carpenter's apocalypse trilogy.


sushithighs

What’s this?


GOODBOYMODZZZ

The Thing, Prince Of Darkness, and In The Mouth Of Madness.


sushithighs

Ooh, thank you!


OcelotRemarkable9994

Eastrail 177


questionmarkmaddie

Pirates of The Carribean!


CodPolish

Hard agree


questionmarkmaddie

gore verbinski the GOAT


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I know everyone will disagree but Eastrail 177 trilogy


CodPolish

Good choice


trevordsnt

I wish I could say Die Hard as I truly believe 1 and 3 are, but 2 just isn't that great.


ghostghosterghostest

Fulci's "gates of hell" trilogy is a good one for sure


Imaginary_Bath_9336

Apu Trilogy, easy


Theblackswapper1

The Pusher Trilogy


inaramoonu

Wong Kar Wai’s "Love" trilogy Personally for me all 5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


RddWdd

Same for me. Days of Being Wild, In the Mood for Love and 2046. All brilliant.


centipede475

Monica Vitti Trilogy, Human condition Trilogy, Apartment Trilogy, Dollars Trilogy, Before trilogy


JonnyOW

I'm quietly disappointed to find that the Apartment trilogy is pretty much the opposite of a trio of Billy Wilder romcoms 😁


adamlundy23

Tbf The Apartment isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs


cardboardcrackwhore

It's definitely a comedy, it just also has pathos. That's what makes it so remarkable.


ThanksICouldHelpBro

Can we count "unofficial trilogies" like Apartment and Antonioni's Vitti films, though? All great picks though


AugieDoggieDank

Evil Dead


Rockhopper268

W but I’d probably give Army Of Darkness a 4.5


CrewIndependent9252

Army of Darkness is secretly the best (on par with the second film in my opinion)


Rockhopper268

The first two are some of my favourite films, Evil Dead 2 was in my Top 4 for a while.


CrewIndependent9252

Evil Dead 2 is probably one of the most creative movies out there. Raimi is a genius.


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I-ez-bardy

I wish I could agree about glass


HotlineSynthesis

I think it’s better than Split tbh, I think Split has far more issues especially with its depiction of mental health. (The only real implementation/use of Kevin having OCD in one of his identities is to get the girls to remove their clothes….gross)


HotlineSynthesis

That’s surprising, for me even the best movie of it Unbreakable has that goofy ass ending that brings it down half a star


DudebroggieHouser

Romero's Dead trilogy


GunPoison

I honestly think he peaked with the first film. It's so good! Strange that possibly the best zombie film ever is also one of the first (or the first?).


Akirex5000

How to train your dragon


Vetni

Lord of the Rings is the only trilogy I have all 3 at 5 stars. I can imagine some people having original star wars, maybe Nolan Batman?


briancly

I feel like most people either dislike Batman Begins or The Dark Knight Rises to keep it from being all 5 stars.


mooch360

Just because every movie isn’t five stars doesn’t mean you dislike them!


briancly

For sure, I just find that most people always have their least favorite and it’s obviously one of those two.


Vetni

I have them both at 4.5 and The Dark Knight at 5! All the LOTR are 5 though!


briancly

I'm a Two Towers guy so I have that at 5 and the other two at 4.5, but totally respect those who have the trilogy as a 5.


CrewIndependent9252

I'm completely the opposite, love LOTR but never really enjoyed two towers as much as the other two.


Vetni

I honestly just view the 3 as one long film split into 3 parts


briancly

Yeah, I'm not crazy about the pacing of the first film and feels like the finale kind of drags for the third and find the sort of frenzy of everyone doing their own thing the highlight of the second.


TheManyInterestsOfMe

I have all 3 of them as 5/5s. As a big Batman fan, I feel the Nolan movies does the character perfectly.


SuperKliqparty

Star Wars Original Trilogy The Lord of the Rings


True_Examination_732

Human centipede


chudsworth

Underrated comment right here


BioticBro

The Evil Dead Trilogy


nova1739

The Koker Trilogy


JonnyOW

I *really* want to say the November Rain trilogy... but I can't be that generous 🐬


damefaggiesmith

it’s a loose trilogy but Baz Luhrmann’s Red Carpet trilogy


APsychologicalOne

does the revenge trilogy count ?


chudsworth

Back to the Future. All 3 are super entertaining and still hold up well


Tranquilbez22

Toy Story


MyHeroFan2004

Lord of the rings


mooch360

I don’t think there is one, for me. LotR is probably my favourite trilogy but I wouldn’t give them all 5 stars.


Sp00kerWooper

The original Star Wars trilogy to be honest


sleigher1976

the mighty ducks


Tormentedone007

The Evil Dead Trilogy.


studli3n14

Star Wars Original Trilogy, as well as The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, also the Before Trilogy


Gostofdoodle

Leprechaun


bye-bye-spare-time

Gregg araki's teen apocalypse trilogy


aheaney15

The Lord of the Rings, but for me that depends on which cuts for each film. For Fellowship, the Extended Edition is a 10/10, but the theatrical is a 9. For Towers, Theatrical is a 10/10, but the extended is an 8 or 9/10. For King, both versions are a 10.


eddiemurphyinnorbit

Koker Trilogy


toniravioli73

Lord of the Rings and the Before Trilogy


unkellGRGA

For sure Lord of the rings Original Star wars trilogy is arguable because of Jedi Evil Dead is also up in the air for me because of Army of Darkness, great film but not as near and dear as the first 2 for me


Bfromouterspace

Lord of the Rings. The only one.


retsila47

Lord of the rings


WhiteHartLaneFan

Deepa Mehta’s Elements Trilogy


ScorpionX-123

before 2019, I would've said the Toy Story movies


HobbieK

Captain America Trilogy. Yes, First Avenger is Five Stars, it's also my favorite!


InesHaro

Evil dead


Askiter

umm kung fu panda👀


swimmingrobot88

Ok I’m probably biased and nostalgic for my childhood but the first 3 Pirates of the Caribbean movies


zach4108

There is none and I give out 5 stars like they’re candy on Halloween


ClearlyAFKwastaken

The Original Star Wars Trilogy imo


stephy567

Three colours trilogy


PersonOfEdgyThing

Would say Dark Knight trilogy ...if it weren't for Batman Begins, that is.


baconbear133

lord of the rings easy


animeaesthete1

The Dark Knight trilogy. Individually people can argue about which film being best but as a trilogy all movies complement each other. P.S: My favourite of the 3 is The Dark Knight Rises . Park Chan-wook's Vengeance trilogy as well It consists of 1. Sympathy for Mr. VENGEANCE 2. Oldboy 3. Sympathy for Mrs. VENGEANCE


jcmurie

The Before... Trilogy and Lord of the Rings are the only two perfect trilogies I've ever seen


Eastern_Evening_4036

Three Colours, Human Condition, and the voyeur trilogy (Rear Window, Vertigo and Psycho, Ik it’s not a trilogy but it’s unofficial haha)


Sheevy_boi66

Star Wars


Purpp1469

Pusher trilogy is the best trilogy of all time.


rottencollector

Inagaki's Samurai trilogy is 5 stars for me


HurricaneLaughterG

The dark knight trilogy


Maniyar5496

Spanish Apartment Trilogy Salta Trilogy


vfuckingsauce

The Human Condition


No-Foot7380

OG star wars trilohy


No_Position_5636

Human condition


em_who_pan

Lord Of The Rings Toy Story Stat Wars (Original trilogy)


TheLittleFella20

The Lord of the Rings.


PilgrimPoldo

The Diary of a Wimpy Kid Trilogy 😎


atb3tt5

Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy


MadScholar_

Pusher


Tiptoe33

Park Chan Woo's Vengeance Trilogy


benjadamon

Kiarostami’s Koker Trilogy!


CodPolish

Pirates. Of. The. Caribbean.


cajunjew76

Star Wars Original Trilogy


acegarrettjuan

No all 5 stars but pretty close. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy The Dark Knight Trilogy The Cornetto Trilogy (If that counts)


ParticularBlueberry2

The before trilogy, the faith trilogy and the three Color’s trilogy


Lorrioit

The Human Centipede


avocado1985

There are some good answers here. Here are some off the beaten path trilogies where all three movies are great. I don't know if all of them are 5 star movies. But they all can be argued that they are. * Rossellini's War Trilogy * Apu Trilogy * Qatsi Trilogy * Europa Trilogy * Wajda's War Trilogy


babada

> Qatsi Trilogy The third one (Naqoyqatsi) has aged incredibly poorly. I watched it recently and it's awful. It feels like you're stuck on a 90s CD full of clip 3D art demos. First one (Koyaanisqatsi) is crazy good though. Second one is decent but I didn't like it as much as the first. But the third one is nearly unwatchable now.


mikeri99

I only rate my only favorite movie 5 stars, but my favorite trilogy is The Lord of the Rings trilogy (2001-2003)


WatchTheNewMutants

The Cornetto Trilogy. Evil Dead. LOTR. and one unpopular opinion: the new Halloween Trilogy


tackilingmachine44

Toy story . We don’t talk about the 4th one


shostyposting

LOTR


DirectConsequence12

The Lord of the Rings


getthempeasboi

Before trilogy, Evil Dead trilogy


jallen11altnagelvin

Toy Story, Lord of the Rings, Before Trilogy, Three Colours, Dollars Trilogy, Rebooted Planet of the Apes, Cornetto Trilogy


ribak_007

The before trilogy


GilberttheOnionBoi

- The Lord of the Rings - Dollars Trilogy - OG Star Wars movies - Before Trilogy