Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by BIV, Jul 2, 2013.
Jaws is way higher than I would've guessed.
I wonder where the The Lone Ranger franchise will end up on that list.
If you break it down, Star Wars is the hands down winner.
They did all that in 6 movies.
It took Bond almost 16 movies to tie that.
The only reason it's the leader is longevity in the series.
Way more movies have been done so eventually it's the winner.
Somewhere past the bottom of your keyboard on the floor.
The original Jaws and Star Wars movies were fucking huge.
No way. Big numbers.
To reach the first three movies, James Bond had to get to Man with the Golden Gun (I think that was the one after LALD) and Harry Potter needed to get to six movies. After that, the only thing that almost comes close is the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Also, combining Alien and Predator is cheap.
Which means Star Wars is going to be the far and away clear winner in a few years.
It looks like they made the graphic before they tallied up the most recent Star Trek's numbers. By their totals, it should be above Rocky.
With Disney behind it, no doubt.
True , but again Star Trek has like 16 movies to make
what the Rocky series did in 6.
Longevity has a lot to do some series bigger numbers.
Inflation adjusted voodoo. The real number 1 is Harry Potter. Well, I don't know about worldwide, but I don't think those numbers are valid, as the international market has essentially doubled over the past 5 years.
You'll always be my real number 1.
Ok you can be the one person I follow then.
Nice. Gather up a few more people and we can call it a cult.
Mission impossible is terrible. all of them.
I was about to ponder what the worst franchise on the list would be, but then I realized Twilight is on there.
I'm just saying they fucked up the chart. No need to get all Roger Ebert on me.
Speaking of Jaws...
Don't trust source. Next.
Well they're no Faster and Furiouser, but they're pretty good.
GEORGE LUCOS FRONT GROUP!
fast and furious sucks balls. thats tattered who likes them flicks.
There's Konstantin K and then there's the rest of you.
Why are Spiderman and X-Men not included in the "Marvel Cinematic Universe"?
Sony owns Spiderman, and I don't remember who owns X-Men, but it's not Marvel
Yeah, 20th Century Fox owns the movie rights to the X-Men, but they are still Marvel characters. The same with Spiderman. Stan Lee had a cameo in at least the first Spiderman movie. I'm not sure if he was in any of the others.