Some sequels can improve upon the ideas of the originals. And some sequels are just plain horrible. Back to the Future Part II walks a fine line between a fun sequel and a tedious attempt at prolonging the life of a franchise.
Back to the Future may be the most fun I’ve ever had at a film. It’s funny, dramatic and the time travel is internally consistent. But’s it’s also a time capsule for kids of the 80’s.
October 2015 is here, so that means it’s going to be wall-to-wall posts on all websites about, Back to The Future. Starting here: check out this cool “home movie” from the people that lived next door to Marty McFly’s house, circa Back to the Future III.
What can be said about The Terminator that hasn’t been said before? It, along with Back to the Future, is probably responsible for the modern time-travel film. Read More
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Clever editing gives you the entire story of the Back To The Future Trilogy in 1.21 minutes. Great Scott! That was heavy!
Once upon a time there was a girl named Peggy Sue. She got married to her high school sweetheart, had two kids, and then got divorced. Then, at her high school’s 25th reunion a very strange thing happened to her…