Lists by russellnanamie
In order from Mind Blowing all the way to Why Is This Even A Movie.
These are just the ones I have seen.
Last Man Standing
Tears of the Sun
2. Battlestar Galactica(2004)
3. Star Trek(1966)
4. Babylon 5
5. The X-files
6. Twilight Zone(1959)
9. Star Trek: The Next Generation
10. Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
When I am finished there will be a list of 25 to 50 shows of the best Sci-Fi has to offer, and you the fans can vote for your favorites (your 5 favorites).
1. Firefly (5 points)
2. Battlestar Galactica 2004 (4 points)
3. Star trek 1966 (3 points)
4. Farscape (2 points)
5. Babyon 5 (1 point)
And as I just found out, it's not going to be easy!
At the end of every month; the votes will be added, the list will be updated, and a winner there will be!
Before the voting can begin I need your help!
What shows do you feel belong on this list!
comment below, help start this list, so the voting can commence!
1-6 His Martial Arts Cinema
7 His Only Other American Film
8-10 The Best of His American TV Roles
11-15 The Best of His Child Star Films
16-17 Old Interviews
18-24 The Best of His Documentaries
25-26 The Best Films About Him
27-29 The Best of His Son, Brandon Lee's Films
30 His Daughter, Shannon Lee's Best Film
31-35 The Best Films with Ties to Bruce Lee
My Father Is A Hero aka The Enforcer
Shaolin Temple 2: Kids from Shaolin
Dr. Wai in the Scriptures with No Words
Hitman aka Contract Killer
The Fearless Hyena
Police Story 4: First Strike aka Jackie Chan's First Strike
Heart of Dragon
Who Am I? aka Jackie Chan's Who Am I?
This is why I have placed
The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall
Les Miserables in Concert: The 25th Anniversary
on this list, Which are the real live Broadway shows on DVD.
I would like to noted that the Broadway show Wicked is not on IMDB and that is the only reason it is not on this list.
Although I do believe Wicked the Broadway show with the original cast from 2003 is on DVD. I believe the same can be said for the Broadway show's RENT, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.