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Back to the Future Part II 1989 PG CC

Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) launch themselves to the year 2015 to fine-tune the future and inadvertently disrupt the space/time continuum.

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Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd
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1 hour, 48 minutes

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By Jorge A. Zarco on November 6, 2011
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In 1989, Universal Studios, director Robert Zemeckis and writer/producer Bob Gale brought us Back to the Future Part II. This second film has gotten some bad reviews, but it really is an underrated sequel. Marty(Michael J. Fox) and Doc Brown(Christopher Lloyd) travel to the year 2015 to stop Griff Tannen from sending Marty McFly Jr. to jail. While in the future, Marty buys a sports almanac and plans to use it to bet on sporting events in the past. Doc Brown throws the almanac in the trash and Old Biff Tannen(Thomas F. Wilson) fishes it out of the garbage can. Old Biff steals the DeLorean time machine and gives the book to himself in the past. When Marty and Doc Brown return to 1985, Hill Valley, California has been turned into a crime-filled, gritty, polluted dystopia. Biff is filthy rich and married to Marty's mother, Lorraine(Lea Thompson). Marty finds out that George McFly was murdered in 1973! Marty and Doc Brown must travel to the year 1955 and destroy the sports almanac in order to repair the damage to the time line. Claudia Wells played Jennifer Parker in the first film. In the sequels, Jennifer is played by Elisabeth Shue. Crispin Glover didn't want to play George McFly in the sequels. He's filled in with actor Jeffrey Wisemann playing George McFly, still photos of Glover, and stock footage.
Back to the Future Part II opens with credits playing over stock footage left over from Firefox(1982). Alan Silvestri polished and enhanced some of his music cues from the first Back to the Future. Back to the Future Part II treats us to the sight of Marty using a Hover Board. In 1989, some people thought they were real. We also get to see more of the flying DeLorean. There's sight gags such as Jaws 19 playing in a movie theater and a Max Headroom version of Michael Jackson in the Cafe 80's.
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Well, as most of you probably know -- October 21st, 2015 was dubbed as the official "Back To The Future" Day! This was the very day that Marty McFly and Doc Emmett Brown travelled from 1985 to 2015 in a flying DeLorean!! :) Now, we actually ARE in the year 2015, and some of the predictions that the writers made actually came true -- while others did not.

Hoverboard -- there is a version of the hoverboard that is currently being made in Silicon Valley (California). The movie version of the Hoverboard was auctioned off in London for $33,000.

Automated gas pumps -- these actually DO exist, but they are in Poland.

Flying cars -- current prototypes are being developed in Vienna (Austria), but is not known whether it will become mass produced. Current asking price is $250,000.

Voice control command -- can be used on Smartphones, HDTV's, tablets, or other appliances. Can also be used in newer vehicles. Furthermore, you can even use fingerprint identification to pay your bills (the "selfie pay" is currently being developed). Sadly, doors STILL have doorknobs, so you cannot open them with just your thumb. :(

Drones DO exist!!! Virtual reality (holographic?) glasses also exist!!

Self-parking/self-driving -- currently being developed and may become reality by no later than 2020.

Live chat in real time via video/television screens -- currently used via Skype or other means of social media.

Now, here's what did NOT happen:

No "Queen" Diana -- Princess Diana passed away in 1997.

No Michael Jackson holograms or automated waitresses -- M.J. passed away in 2009.

No dehydrated pizzas ("Hydrate Level 4, please!!
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THE FUTURE IS HERE!!!

It's October 21, 2015! I have been waiting for this day since 1989. And now it's here! I assume my hoverboard will be delivered any minute now...

When this movie came out to follow up what's become an absolute sci fi classic it wasn't widely revered as a good movie. It was largely underappreciated by fans who didn't feel it lived up to the awesomeness of the first film. People in 1989 were just wrong. This movie is awesome.

The future, as depicted by BTTF Part 2 obviously didn't live up to the predictions. No flying cars. No dehydrated pizzas. The Cubs are down 0-3 in the NLCS as of today an unlikely to fulfill that prophecy. But the movie is still relevant as a 'future setting' when watching in 2015 because the predictions are so outlandish that they still look futuristic today.

As for the time travel plot, it's way more interesting than the time travel scenarios of either Part 1 or 3. In those movies the time travel is a simple 1 stop trip to the past then back to the present. In Part 2 it's to the future, then back to the wrong present, then back to the original past then back to the correct present. That's heavy!

I still like Part 1 as the overall better film. But the time travel situation is far more elaborate in Part 2 and it doesn't get enough credit for that.

It's just a good fun sci fi movie that has held up well over time.
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With today being the iconic date that Doc Brown and Marty McFly head into the future, I had to watch the series. Welcome to the future! :)

There is nothing more iconic than the Back to the Future Trillogy. From Biff calling people Butthead, to Marty McFly never stooping to answer to being called chicken, to all the anachronisms of the future and past, Back to the Future is one of the classics. Every part of this story is wrapped up in itself to all three parts of the movie. The only question left is: How did Marty McFly meet Doc Brown in the first place?

There's not much else to review about this trilogy, being that if you haven't seen it by now, what planet are you from?
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