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Favorite movie series other than Middle-earth
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Poll: Favorite movie series other than Middle-earth
The Chronicles of Narnia
Harry Potter
The Pirates of the Caribbean
Star Wars
Star Trek (old ones either with Shatner or Stewart)
Star Trek (the new movies)
The Hunger Games
Marvel Universe
DC movies( Batman, Superman.)
Indiana Jones
Studio Ghilbi ( Princess Mononoke, Secret World of Arrietty, Ponyo, etc.)
Divergent
Maze Runner
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
Any other movie series you know of!
View Results (59 votes)
 

OldestDaughter
Rohan


Dec 29 2015, 3:17pm

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Annael
Immortal


Dec 29 2015, 5:29pm

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Trek for me [In reply to] Can't Post

I watched the original series on television during my formative years, so it had the most impact. And probably predisposed me to like most of the others listed when they came along later.

I know the Firefly series with the later movie Serenity doesn't qualify, but really that is my favorite.


Susan
Bree


Dec 30 2015, 3:34am

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Wow, it's great to know that other people like The Voyage Home too! [In reply to] Can't Post

It has such a touching and relevant storyline, and the crew's attempts to fit in in the past were absolute gold. What I wouldn't give, too, to be that biologist who gets brought with them to the 23rd century.

The Wrath of Khan is an excellent movie as well. Spock's dying speech is one of the most beautiful exchanges in cinema, I think.


Kilidoescartwheels
Valinor


Dec 30 2015, 4:18am

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I'm gonna rock the boat - The Thin Man series! [In reply to] Can't Post

I like several of your choices, mostly Marvel and Harry Potter, but I voted for "Other" and I'm really going to sound old - The Thin Man series! They were actually made before I was born. I've got a movie collection of those. I also have a set of Matt Helm movies, which are kind of a spoof of James Bond (not an incredible Bond fan) starring Dean Martin as a drunk spy. I think those were made in the 60's when I was in grade school. Love "The Silencers" and "The Wrecking Crew!" If you young-uns ever get a chance to see either, you'll either thank me or be very bored, but my daughters do love the "Thin Man!"


Kilidoescartwheels
Valinor


Dec 30 2015, 4:23am

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Can't believe no one said "Sherlock" [In reply to] Can't Post

Of course I suppose the Benedict Cumberbatch/Martin Freeman series isn't technically a MOVIE, but heck, it might as well be considering how infrequently they are released. And of course there's the old Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce movies - surely SOME of you have seen those? No, I didn't list them as my favorites, but they probably should have gone on my list. Greatly looking forward to "The Abominal Bride" this Friday, YAAAAYYYYY!!!!!Cool


Kim
Valinor


Dec 30 2015, 5:52am

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Star Wars [In reply to] Can't Post

The original trilogy + the new one

Also really like:
Star Trek (The Voyage Home is also my favorite)
Alien (I and II)
Terminator (I and II)
Indiana Jones (I, II and III)
Harry Potter
Jurassic Park (I, II and IV)
The Mummy (I and II)
Toy Story


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Dec 30 2015, 11:29am

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I think that many of us had that secret desire: [In reply to] Can't Post

To be Gillian, and find ourselves suddenly transported aboard a vessel ("wessel", lol!) to the future...

Cool


Otaku-sempai
Immortal


Dec 30 2015, 1:58pm

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Guilty Pleasures [In reply to] Can't Post

Just for sheer, goofy fun I have to add Toho's Godzilla movies to my list as well as the Gamera reboot from the 1990s.


(This post was edited by Otaku-sempai on Dec 30 2015, 1:59pm)


OldestDaughter
Rohan


Dec 30 2015, 5:13pm

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I would of put Sherlock down [In reply to] Can't Post

It's technically not a movie series. (even though they are long like movies!)Wink I'm looking forward to seeing the new one, but won't be able to see it in theaters, but we did preorder it!


I love the Thin Man! My mom and watched them all about two years ago, and I loved them! I think they are great movies!


Maciliel
Valinor


Jan 1 2016, 2:43am

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if we can include sherlock, then we ought to be able to include foyle's war [In reply to] Can't Post

 
each foyle's war ep feels like a short film to me..... so if we bend the definition a bit, i would say foyle's war. if we're not bending, i'd say harry potter.


cheers ---

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Susan
Bree


Jan 1 2016, 3:15am

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Well, at least you know now what to do when someone comes asking for directions to "where they keep the nuclear wessels"... [In reply to] Can't Post

ask where they parked. Wink


Silverlode
Forum Admin / Moderator


Jan 1 2016, 5:29am

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Yes, if we're including tv... [In reply to] Can't Post

Foyle's War would get a vote from me too. Such a well-done series in every way. And then Sherlock would qualify too.


(This post was edited by Silverlode on Jan 1 2016, 5:30am)


Maciliel
Valinor


Jan 1 2016, 5:36am

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yep and yep! :) [In reply to] Can't Post

 

i really do think of the foyle's war installments as films. when i discovered the series, it had racked up a few years, and every time it was renewed i was absolutely beside myself with joy. we did miss out on an entire year of the war, because that one ITV head cancelled the series (the blaggard).

sherlock is also worthy. and if anyone wants to argue with me, i will be in my horse-mind palace.

cheers ---

.


(This post was edited by Maciliel on Jan 1 2016, 5:40am)


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Jan 1 2016, 2:34pm

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Just look for the [In reply to] Can't Post

pad imprints in the ground.

And strewn garbage.

That movie had so, so many great scenes!


Susan
Bree


Jan 3 2016, 2:25am

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Absolutely. And now I want to watch it again :) // [In reply to] Can't Post

 


Ringtir
Rivendell


Jan 6 2016, 2:24pm

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I choose Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight [In reply to] Can't Post

This trilogy, and the LOTR one, are the only movie series that i enjoy.

I like POC:The curse of the Black Pearl and I love POC:Dead Man's chest (it is much more similar to Monkey Island), but there isn't any good about End World and little about Stranger Tides.

Didn't see the Alien originals. But i enjoy Prometheus and AvP. I should watch them.


NManfredi
Rivendell


Jan 8 2016, 3:39am

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I love several [In reply to] Can't Post

The Marvel Universe (although I don't like all the movies herein included: especially Thor 1, Iron Man 2 and Cap 1). I LOVE The Pirates of the Cribbean series; like the Star Wars series very much (although not THAT much); love The Riddick series; recently discovered The Star Trek movie series, and I'm enjoying my great deal of them; and have many more movie series that I enjoy. But If I was forced to chose, I think I would say the Underworld movies. I know they have many issues, but I absolutely LOVE the world they've created and it has been my inspiration for creating a world of my own which I'm now starting to write about. One day I may post one thing or two that I've written if someone asks me to! Wink


Cuwen Maegmacil
Rivendell


Jan 24 2016, 10:24pm

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Making me choose between my fandoms!!! [In reply to] Can't Post

I voted Maze Runner because I've completely fallen in love with the series, but if TMR hadn't been up there, I would totally have voted Star Wars!
My other favorites would be:
Marvel
Chronicles of Narnia
I'm in a sort of love/hate relationship with Hunger Games.


Konrad S
Lorien

Jan 26 2016, 7:57pm

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wow umm [In reply to] Can't Post

I like Percy Jackson, Star Wars, Pirates of the Carribean, Narnia, Hunger games and Harry Potter


HOBBITFAN13
Lorien

Feb 21 2016, 1:48pm

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Star Wars! [In reply to] Can't Post

It's the epic SCI/FANTASY SAGA of Luke Skywalker. Yes the prequels were bad but the originals and now TFA have redeemed Star Wars from its "dark times."


Omnigeek
Lorien


Feb 21 2016, 9:36pm

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I went with Star Trek (old) [In reply to] Can't Post

just because of my love for the first four movies (although my order of preference is STII:TWOK, ST:TMP, STIV:TVH, STIII:TSFS) but for your consideration and viewing pleasure, I also like the following series:

- The Man With No Name (Clint Eastwood / Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns)
- Back to the Future
- Karate Kid (original 3 with Ralph Macchio)
- Horatio Hornblower (new telemovies with Ioan Gruffud)
- The Godfather
- Rocky
- Mad Max
- John Ford/ John Wayne collaborations (The Searchers, 3 Godfathers, Fort Apache, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Rio Grande, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The Quiet Man) -- I add this compilation rather than series only because you listed Studio Ghibli (which I also like)

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