Comments: 18
Obsidian Blue 6 months ago
You can add in The Lord of the Rings and start off with the Hobbit trilogy first so that would be six movies right there.

Also you could do the Jurassic Park movies. How many is that? I think there are 5.
Moonlight Snow 6 months ago
I meant to include Middle Earth. And Jurassic Park is a great idea!
Wanda's Book Reviews 6 months ago
I wish I could join you!
6 months ago
This one might be obvious but are you Trekkies? How about the Star Trek movies? Hmm. Rocky movies come to mind. I would recommend Transformers but the last knight one I couldn't get through. It was horrendous.
Moonlight Snow 6 months ago
Maybe Star Trek. I'm not a huge fan of the original series, but I've enjoyed some of the reboots. Transformers is a good idea. I hate boxing, so Rocky is out for me!
The Godfather trilogy?
Moonlight Snow 6 months ago
Hmmmm. Maybe. Not sure if the 18 year old would get it. But, maybe!
"So it goes." 6 months ago
I loved the Godfather movies (1 % 2 especially) when I was really young. He might like them. The problem is the third one though.
Rachel's books 6 months ago
Here are a few: Terminator (5 movies and #6 in 2019) and Narnia (3 movies).
Moonlight Snow 6 months ago
Terminator is a good one!

I love the Narnia movies, with all of their flaws, so I'll put that one on the list!
Portable Mistletoe 6 months ago
How about the Mad Max movies or the Dollars trilogy of spaghetti westerns (A Fistful of Dollars; For A Few Dollars More; The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly)?
Portable Mistletoe 6 months ago
I loved the original Star Wars trilogy and remember waiting in a line that wrapped around the outside of the theater for hours, with my big sister and her boyfriend. But the reboot, with Episode I, put me off so completely that I can't even give the latest ones a chance.
I feel the same way.
Moonlight Snow 6 months ago
I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the recent reboots.

We did finish Revenge of the Sith last night, and I will concede that the last half of the last movie in the trilogy was better than the prior 5/6ths of the series. It still wasn't great, by any stretch of the imagination, but it was a well-reasoned wrap up that puts in place the elements that lead us to Episode 4 - A New Hope.

We are watching Rogue One next.
Sorry kids, no feet. 6 months ago
I recently watched all the Mission Impossible movies so I could be ready for the next movie due out this summer. If you are going to go the comic book movie route, there’s 6 X-Men movies. Personally I don’t care for the first three and I have fallen asleep every time I try to watch Apocolypse. Not exactly a glowing review but it fits the series criteria. The Fast and the Furioius series might draw interest from the 18 year old. They certainly were a hit with boys when I was that age.
Elentarri's Book Blog 6 months ago
Middle Earth stuff - but you need to watch the extended editions.
Murder by Death 6 months ago
Lethal Weapon?
The Hunger Games?