What is your favorite trilogy or tetralogy in books? What is your favorite trilogy or tetralogy in movies?
This one should be pretty easy in both books and movies. It was harder for me to think of movies that had more than 3 or 4 movies in a series because most movies only come out with a few and not a series of movies with 5 or more…I hope that made sense (if it did not, forgive me it is a Monday!)
For this one I’m going with Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Saga. I loved the books! I read them so fast and enjoyed them all…(except Bella not being able to just decide who the hell she wanted to be with) anyways…I did not like the movies as well. I will watch them because they remind me of the books but they just weren’t as good. Some of the characters were NOTHING like I thought of them in the books in the way they talked or their mannerisms (like Edward always looking like he is smelling a really bad fart). Now I’m talking about movies when I’m trying to talk about books…I enjoyed Stephanie’s writing style, she gave enough detail for me to imagine it but not so much that my imagination couldn’t work on it’s own. I really enjoy when an author can get their point across but let my over-active imagination run wild, Stephanie does that for me!
Runners Up: The Scandal Series by Delilah Marvelle
Hands down: THE LORD OF THE RINGS! I LOVE these movies! I went and saw all of them in theaters, multiple times, and then received the set of DVD’s for Christmas as soon as they were released in a box set. I have watched them all OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER again! LOL. I love the acting, the characters, the action, how the directors and writers and everyone really brought the stories to life and made it feel so real. I loved how we are introduced to some very fun fantasy creatures. I LOVE LEGOLAS! So yeah, this would definitely be my favorite trilogy in the movie category!
Runners Up: Underworld, Back to the Future, The Matrix, The Santa Clause, Star Wars (the ORIGINALS), Superman, Batman ( 89-97 Series), and The Pirates of the Caribbean