Good Things Come In Threes: Seven Great Movie Trios

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While film history is full of great, well-developed characters that stand on their own, there’s something to be said for a great trio. Larry, Curly and Moe, for example, may have each been funny and interesting on their own, but together, these characters formed a comedic connection, which would be celebrated for decades to come. Sometimes the joining of three great characters creates an on-screen dynamic that’s truly worth much more than the sum of its parts.

With The Three Musketeers set to open in theaters this weekend, we decided to look at some of our favorite big-screen trios.

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Crazay2798d ago

Decent list for sure. The Hanson brothers still crack me up to this day.

movieshateyoutoo2798d ago

No Kirk, Spock, McCoy? What about Riggs, Murtaugh, and Leo?

Crazay2798d ago

Hellz yes. These are very good choices.

Quagmire2798d ago

Jack, Will and Elizabeth.


edwest2797d ago (Edited 2797d ago )

The inclusion of Harry Potter and co' in this list seems fanboyish. I have to second movieshateyoutoo's point regarding Kirk, Bones and the green-blooded hobgoblin.

Crazay2797d ago

well said - Bubble up for that one.

alycakes2794d ago

Pretty good list I must say I'm sure if I thought about it long enough I could come up with a couple more but I'm too tired right now to even try.