This one is easy. I think I have mentioned this before in a couple past posts, but my all time favorite movie series comes from an epic masterpiece of books written by J.R.R Tolkien. Tolkien knew how to write a book, and Peter Jackson brilliantly knows how to film a majestic series of films based off of Tolkien's books. As you already know, my favorite movie (series) is the Lord of the Rings. If I had to choose one in the series, I would pick the Return of the King only because in this movie the series culminates to a majestic conclusion. The Fellowship consists of nine different personalities ranging from an elf (Legolas) to a dwarf (Gimli) including four hobbits (Frodo, Sam, Merry, and Pippin), two humans (Aragorn and Boromir), and a wizard (Gandalf). They all persevere to the end as they complete their toil filled journey and accomplish their main mission of destroying the one ring.
I like this set of movies, because it contains many biblical themes throughout. Our main goal, as Christians, is to strive to make His Gospel known throughout the world. This is our main mission. The Fellowship's mission, particularly Frodo's, was to destroy the one ring. And, every temptation, allurement, and bait would be thrown in front of Frodo's face to keep Frodo from ultimately pursuing this mission. Sometimes he fell, but he had a sense of endurance to strive and push onward despite the constant temptation that literally surrounded him. He is a great example of the Christian in Hebrews 12 in laying aside every weight and the sin which clings so closely, and running with endurance the race set before him. This is just one of the many spiritual applications displayed in this remarkable trilogy. Anyways, that is a brief synopsis of the trilogy that I have grown to become completely infatuated with. It is definitely my favorite movie "series" by far. ;)