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Back to the Future Part II, created by Robert Zemeckis: a Film Review

Synopsis:

After returning back to his proper time Marty McFly has turned around JUST enough of the past to make his present pretty awesome.  While walking down the street with his girlfriend, Jennifer, Doc Brown appears in his DeLorean time machine…

This time they aren’t going to the past…but to the future where the group has to help save Marty and Jennifer’s future children!

General Information:

-Genre: Science-Fiction

-Creator: Robert Zemeckis

-Length: 108 minutes

-Rating: PG (for mild sex and nudity, mild violence, moderate profanity, mild use of alcohol and smoking, moderate frightening and intense scenes)

-Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video (Buy/Rent), DVD, Blu-Ray, or look for it at your local library

-Main Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Thomas F. Wilson

-Page of Reference in RP1: 56

Review (contains spoilers):

I don’t like this one as much as the first film.  I just feel like Back to the Future was more streamlined and thought out…but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a good film.

The shenanigans have the same feel as the first movie…really it’s a good continuation to the series.  The events don’t feel out of place to the story.  The ending is about what you’d expect and the overall visuals are consistent. Its just set in the future…not the past.

Though now that we are in 2021 and 2015 is well past where we are it is kind of fun to see what the designers imagined for 2015. And what the reality actually was.

I think that one of the big reasons I don’t like this film as much is that Biff is a fairly big character in it and he just isn’t a character that I want to see more or know more about.  I like the general storyline with Jennifer and Marty having to save their kids…I just could have done without more Biff….

Totally worth the watch.  But sometimes I like to pretend that this trilogy is actually just two movies…more on that later.

Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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