The Bourne Trilogy: Trilogy Analysis

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The film industry has produced awesome movies and some of it are so epic viewers beg for a second and even a third installment. Of all the famous and best trilogies in the history of cinema, 10 of the best were listed below.
10. The Jason Bourne Trilogy ("The Bourne Identity", "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Ultimatum")
Former CIA assassin Jason Bourne played by Matt Damon amazed the viewers with action-packed scenes based on Robert Ludlum’s book series. Peter Greengrass directed "Supremacy" and "Ultimatum" while Doug Liman took over "Identity". With the success of the Bourne trilogy, another Bourne Installment was set to be released in 2016.
9. The “Godfather” Trilogy ("The Godfather", "The Godfather: Part II and "The Godfather: Part
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The Godfather saga was based on a book written by Mario Puzo. Director Francis Ford Coppola and the cast presented the trilogy magnificently and it has since become the greatest mobster movie ever made.
8. The 'Matrix' Trilogy ("The Matrix", "The Matrix Reloaded" and "The Matrix Revolutions")
This dystopian sci-fi trilogy created and directed by Lana and Andy Wachowski opened the door to “bullet time” visual effect. The Matrix’ visual effects as well as the philosophical and religious references made it to the 13th spot on The Guardian’s best-sci-fi-movie-of-all-time list.
7. Back to the Future Trilogy (Back to the Future
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The Dark Knight Trilogy (“Batman Begins”, “The Dark Knight” and “The Dark Knight Rises”)
This Batman reboot was directed by Christopher Nolan and stars Christian Bale, Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Michael Caine, Tom Hardy and the late Heath Ledger. The Dark Knight trilogy shows us the side of Bruce Wayne we did not see in the previous Batman series.
4. The “Toy Story” Trilogy ("Toy Story", "Toy Story 2" and "Toy Story 3")
Form the story line to the animation and characters, Toy Story is one of the best and highest-grossing animated franchises Disney has produced. Another installment, “Toy Story 4” was set to open in theaters on 2017.
3. The “Dollars” or “Man with No Name” Trilogy ("A Fistful of Dollars", "For A Few Dollars More” and "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly")
If you want your Western film to be based on a samurai flick and directed by an Italian (Sergio Leone), this trilogy is for you. This unusual mixture and Clint Eastwood’s amazing portrayal made it irresistible to Western film fans.
2. The Original Star Wars Trilogy, or Star Wars OT (“Star Wars: A New Hope”, “Empire Strikes Back” and Return of the

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