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Sort-of-trilogies

by Zac Leon
Seems to me that sometimes sequences of three films are evident in cinema, despite no intentions of being related. Here’s my ever-growing list of ‘not quite’ trilogies. If you have any other ideas, do let me know. The list moves in units of three, and the ‘trilogies’ are listed below; 1-3: The Che Guevara Trilogy 4-6: Disney’s ‘Animals’ Trilogy 7-9: Robotic Uprising Trilogy 10-12: ‘Once Upon a Time in (American Location)’ Action Trilogy 13-15: Terry Gilliam’s ‘Life of a Man’ Trilogy 16-18: Steven Spielberg’s ‘Aliens’ Trilogy 19-21: Johnny Depp as Hunter T. Thompson Trilogy 22-24: Indiana Jones in the 1930s trilogy 25-27: Animated… Read more

Seems to me that sometimes sequences of three films are evident in cinema, despite no intentions of being related. Here’s my ever-growing list of ‘not quite’ trilogies. If you have any other ideas, do let me know.

The list moves in units of three, and the ‘trilogies’ are listed below;
1-3: The Che Guevara Trilogy
4-6: Disney’s ‘Animals’ Trilogy
7-9: Robotic Uprising Trilogy
10-12: ‘Once Upon a Time in (American Location)’ Action Trilogy
13-15: Terry Gilliam’s ‘Life of a Man’ Trilogy
16-18: Steven Spielberg’s ‘Aliens’ Trilogy
19-21: Johnny Depp as Hunter T. Thompson Trilogy
22-24: Indiana Jones in the 1930s trilogy
25-27: Animated Middle-Earth Trilogy

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