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Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety 
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Post Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
A minimum of 3 per series:

20 - James Bond 1.0
8 - Harry Potter
6 - Star Wars
6 - Middle-Earth
5 - Harry Callahan
4 - Indiana Jones
4 - Batman 1.0
4 - Antoine Doinel
4 - Monsieur Hulot
3 - The Godfather
3 - Toy Story
3 - Back to the Future
3 - Mad Max 1.0
3 - Jesse and CĂ©line
3 - Red Riding
3 - Batman 2.0
3 - James Bond 2.0
3 - Jason Bourne
3 - The Matrix
3 - The Chronicles of Narnia
3 - Harry Palmer
3 - The Naked Gun


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Fri Feb 20, 2015 9:11 pm
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Post Re: Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
Nightmare on Elm Street
Friday the 13th
Halloween
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Saw
Taken
Resident Evil
Children of the Corn
Fast and Furious
Batman(both franchises)
Harry Potter
Blade
The Matrix
The Hangover
Spider Man
X-Men
Austin Powers
Death Wish
Missing in Action
Lethal Weapon
Die Hard
Expendables
Transporter
Best of the Best
Iron Eagle
Scream
Child's Play
Rambo
Robocop
Terminator
Back To The Future
Major League
Bourne series
Critters
The Crow
Naked Gun
Vacation series
Alien
Predator
Crocodile Dundee
Cube
K-9
Home Alone
3 Ninjas
Spy Kids


And many more that I can't think of right now.


Sat Feb 21, 2015 12:14 am
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Post Re: Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
Star Trek
Star Wars
Alien
Predator
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Friday the 13th (not sure why since the majority of them suck)
Resident Evil (again, not really sure why)
Halloween
Child's Play
Harry Potter
Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit
All the Batman's from the 1966 movie to the Tim Burton/Joe Schumacher flicks, the Mask of the Phantasm and the Nolan flicks
All the Superman movies as well


More to be named later. It's a huge list.


Sat Feb 21, 2015 2:27 am
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Post Re: Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
Star Trek (12)
Harry Potter (8)
Star Wars (6)
Lord of the Rings/Hobbit (6) I've also seen the Bakshi and the TV Hobbit
Indiana Jones (4)
Shrek (4) (also Puss in Boots)
X-Men (4, but not the Wolverinies)
The original "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" trilogy plus the Fincher
Back to the Future (3)
Before... (3)
Evil Dead--Raimi Films(3)
The Human Condition (3)
Hunger Games (3)
Iron Man (3) plus the Avengers.
Naked Gun (3)
Samurai Trilogy by Inigaki (3)
Three Colors (3)
Toy Story (3)
The Noriko "Trilogy" (3--Thematic Trilogy)


Also
Nolan's Batman (3)
Raimi's Spiderman (3)
I've also seen all seven TV films in Martin Scorsese presents the Blues

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Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:56 am
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Post Re: Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
Had to take "Jurassic Park" off my list, since I still don't have much interest in seeing "Jurassic World" (though I'll never say NEVER; especially if I ever get a chance to watch it at no cost). :|

Also, despite having the "Mad Max" moniker, "Fury Road" to me seems more like a spin-off or reboot than a proper canonical addition to the original 3 films, so I've now re-christened those as the "Mad Max 1.0" trilogy (also because a "Fury Road" follow-up seems almost inevitable at this point). :ugeek:


Fri Aug 14, 2015 10:53 pm
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Post Re: Movie series/franchises you've seen in their entirety
Jaws
The Godfather
Romero's Dead Series
Die Hard
Lethal Weapon
James Bond
Friday
The Dark Knight
The Before Trilogy
Batman 1.0
Spider-Man 1.0
Terminator
Toy Story
Shrek
House Party
Alien
Naked Gun
Mad Max
El Mariachi

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