After the previous two Batman movies from Director Joel Schumacher, Christopher Nolan came along and gave Batman fans a trilogy worthy of a Dark Knight and the number two spot in my movie franchise countdown.
Movie Franchise Countdown
The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy is set in the fictional world of Middle-earth, based on a novel, directed by Peter Jackson and it lands at number three in my movie franchise countdown.
Indiana Jones, one of the most beloved fictional archaeologists in the world who has fond memories of his dog comes in at number four in my movie franchise countdown.
A cinematic universe that has turned superheroes into one of the most popular movie franchises of all time as well as one of the richest lands in the number five spot in my Reggie’s Take Movie Franchise Countdown.
Sean Connery the first to bring the character of James Bond to life on the big screen with roguish charm and cool sophistication has his version of “Bond” in at number six on my movie franchise countdown.
Just the second animated franchise to make the countdown and among one of the most critically acclaimed trilogies of all time, Toy Story comes in at #7 on my Reggie’s Take movie franchise countdown.
Harry Potter is a set of seven fantasy novels written by J.K. Rowling. Spawning eight movies, Harry Potter has gone on to be one of the top grossing movie franchise’s of all time and comes in at number eight in… Read More ›
Iconic phrases such as “I’ll be back” and “Hasta la vista, baby” have become a part of cinematic history in a franchise that have the human race fighting to survive against machines. The Terminator franchise is next in my Reggie’s… Read More ›
A swashbuckling film franchise based on a theme park ride has spawned four films with a fifth one on the way reinvigorates the pirate film genre and it comes in at number 10 on my movie franchise countdown.
Shatner, Nimoy, Kelly are just three names that helped take a cult classic science fiction television show to the outer reaches of the galaxy on the big screen. Falling just short of my Reggie’s Take Movie Franchise Top 10 is… Read More ›
The Alien franchise consists of four movies that focuses on the exploits of Lieutenant Ellen Ripley and her encounters with an extraterrestrial life form referred to as “the Alien” and it comes in at number 12 on my movie franchise… Read More ›
The Back to the Future movie franchise follows the adventures of Marty McFly and scientist, Dr. Emmett L. Brown as they travel in time between different periods in the history of Hill Valley, Claifornia in what else a DeLorean.
The Godfather movie franchise is based on the characters from the novel of the same name written by author Mario Puzo. Consisting of three feature length films all directed by Francis Ford Coppola, The Godfather series comes in at #14… Read More ›
The Die Hard franchise is a collection of five movies that began with Die Hard in 1988. Following the adventures of police detective John McClane, the Die Hard franchise comes in at #15 in my Reggie’s Take Movie Franchise Countdown.
The films trilogy is set on Earth in which it’s future is dominated by sentient machines that were created early in the 21st century and then rebelled against man. The Matrix franchise comes in at #17 in my Reggie’s Take… Read More ›
James Bond is one the most definitive and enduring archetype. Times changed, Sean Connery is gone and Roger Moore is the new 007, but remained a part of the public consciousness on the big screen during the 70’s and early… Read More ›
The X-Men films are based on a team of mutant superheroes from the Marvel comic book of the same name. Grossing over $2 billion worldwide since 2000 with six films released and one on the way the X-Men franchise comes… Read More ›
At #20 in our Movie Franchise countdown, Star Trek The Next Generation movies. Created by Gene Roddenberry in 1987 as just the second Star Trek crew ever.
Here at Reggie’s Take.com we are getting ready to do something we have never done before, countdown the top 20 movie franchise’s of all time as we see it here at Reggie’s Take.