No. 20 - Spiderman
The Amazing Spiderman basketball scene.
No. 19 - Dollars
Clint Eastwood in a showdown with three cowboys.
No. 18 - Lethal Weapon
Jump scene from the first Lethal Weapon.
No. 17 - Christmas Vacation
Clark Grizwald gets his bonus check and it's not what he expected.
No. 16 - Mission Impossible
Most classic scene in all of the Mission Impossible movies.
No. 15 - The Bourne Identity
Time to evacuate!
No. 14 - Star Trek
Kirk versus Gorn.
No. 13 - Aliens
An alien sneaking up on a human(some violence).
No. 12 - Toy Story
Woody's hat has gone missing.
No. 11 - Die Hard
Fight scene on the plane from Die Hard 2.
No. 10 - Austin Powers
Austin Powers and Elizabeth Hurley scene.
No. 9 - Terminator
Schwarzenegger kicking a@$ in the bar.
No. 8 - Back to the Future
Doc and Marty testing the Delorean.
No. - 7 The Matrix
Lobby Scene, one of the greatest scenes in all of the Matrix movies.
No. 6 - Dark Knight
The Jokers best scene.
No. 5 Indiana Jones
Raiders of the Lost Ark famous scene.
No. 4 - Harry Potter
Neville's speech from the Deathly Hallows Part 2.
No. 3 - Star Wars
The final battle between Darth Vader and Obi Wan.
No. 2 - The Godfather
The Godfather being a boss.
No. 1 - Lord of the Rings
One of the best scenes from the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
For all the movie buffs out there like myself, here are 20 of my trilogies/franchises of all time. There literally were too many to list so I put some of the noteworthy ones below. You can definitely make an argument for what the best trilogy of all time is, but had to go with Lord of the Rings since it is the highest grossing trilogy of all time and Peter Jackson did a phenomenal job with it. I personally prefer Star Wars or even the Harry Potters over the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I expect to get ridiculed on that last statement, so feel free to comment or give your opinion!
*Noteworthy Trilogies/Franchies: Bonds, Transformers, Pirates of the Caribbean, Shrek, Despicable Me, Jurassic Park, Avengers, Ice Age, Fast & The Furious, Rocky, Iron Man, and Men in Black.