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  • beverly hills cop

    6 12.00%
  • robocop

    0 0%
  • die hard

    2 4.00%
  • terminator

    3 6.00%
  • indiana jones

    13 26.00%
  • the naked gun

    0 0%
  • back to the future

    16 32.00%
  • rambo

    0 0%
  • mad max

    2 4.00%
  • poltergeist

    4 8.00%
  • the evil dead

    4 8.00%
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  1. #21
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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Beverly Hills Cop, most of the other trilogies lost it by the time they got to the third installment!

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I picked Evil Dead and personally I like the third one the best. I find it humurous and I enjoy Bruce Campbell as Ash. I like the Evil Dead Trilogy in and of itself because if I ever get possesed, or become a deadite atleast I know if Ash was my friend he would be there for me. He would take real good "care" of me. Actually I would rate Bruce Campbell as the top B-movie leading man IMO.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Quote Originally Posted by xistenza
    Evil Dead. Bruce Campbell's performance as Ash is unbeatable. The 3rd one, be as it may, not as good as the 1st & 2nd, is still a great film thanks to Bruce.

    'I got news for you, you ainít leading but Jack and sh**, and Jacks left town'

    I love the Evil Dead movies. The dialogue in the third was just over the top hilarious LOL.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I voted for Back To The Future but I also like the Poltergeist,Robocop(well 1 and 2)and the Evil Dead trilogys but I haven't seen all of the movies listed.
    Take me back to the 80's!

    80'saholic!

    fan of all thing's horror
    especially vampires

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    My vote goes to Indiana Jones, even though I was one of the 0.1% of the population who likes Temple of Doom.

    It doesn't feel like an 80s trilogy though since it's all set in the 30s & 40s.

    My fave 80s trilogy would be Poltergeist. Even with the 3rd, it's a great series.

  6. #26
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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    'Back To The Future' gets my vote. I like the 'Die Hard' trilogy, but 'Back To The Future' is a classic in my opinion.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Beverley Hills Cop got my vote!!!!! I have all three on video (DVD's are on my xmas present list) I love Eddie Murphy in these films!!
    W T F!!!!!! And what was the name of the guy that invented that supergun?? He was SO funny!!!! And the brilliant Billy Rosewood and the other guy (who's name I can't remember)

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I voted for Back to the Future.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Quote Originally Posted by Milani
    I love Indiana Jones !!
    I'm with Milani on this one! The Indiana Jones Trilogy (I even liked temple of doom, although raiders was the best of the 3) followed by the die hard trilogy. ("A hundred million terrorists in the world and I gotta kill one with feet smaller than my sister.")
    Last edited by Diofan; 5-08-05 at 02:11 AM.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Well i had to chosepoltergeist due to i am a big horror fan. I really don't think that it is really horror more of a thriller however best i could find on the list. ALso how can you forget the CUrse of poltergeist.

    info about the curse

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Quote Originally Posted by Kitten
    Beverley Hills Cop got my vote!!!!! I have all three on video (DVD's are on my xmas present list) I love Eddie Murphy in these films!!
    W T F!!!!!! And what was the name of the guy that invented that supergun?? He was SO funny!!!! And the brilliant Billy Rosewood and the other guy (who's name I can't remember)


    Det. Sgt. John Taggart..was the other cop......and Bronson Pinchot (serge)....I loved "BHC" Thrilogy....nothing was more 80's...cept...'Back To the Future"...

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Indy

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I always liked Back to the Future and Indiana Jones as a kid. I also like the Sleepaway Camp trilogy.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Quote Originally Posted by Poindexter
    Indy
    'You were named after the dog?!?'

    Indy rules...
    Last edited by Vilji; 5-25-05 at 10:11 PM.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Indiana Jones..loved Harrison!
    **Ultimate Worshipper of Sal---
    "I made it through the wilderness, somehow I made it through, didn't know how lost I was until I found you.."*


    Proud member of the Madonnaphile Associates along with Trixter and 80's Trivia!

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    "Oh, when I was a youth back in '83 it was the best days of my life.."-Sublime

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    you guys left out Police academy.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Back to the Future is my favorite trilogy ever! I can watch that series over and over and never get tired of it. I have all the lines memorized.

    I would've included the original Star Wars Trilogy cuz it is separate from the newer trilogy, which is far inferior in my mind and shouldn't be mentioned in the same sentence.

    BTW, Indiana Jones is my 2nd favorite trilogy and Star Wars is my 3rd. They are both practically even. Raiders Of The Lost Ark was so good that it gives Indy the tiebreaker over SW.
    Last edited by STUD; 6-16-05 at 06:47 PM.

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    Poltergeist,
    2nd-Back to the Future
    3rd-Mad Max

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I didn't see Letal Weapon on here! THat is my favorite. Out this poll I chose Die Hard

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    Re: 80's Trilogies

    I went with Poltergeist. That trilogy was the first time I had ever seen any"horror" movies, so they bring back a lot of good,er, creepy memories. The second one, where they introduce Henry Kane, is by far the creepiest of the three.

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