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Stranded in 1955, Marty McFly receives written word from his friend, Doctor Emmett Brown, as to where can be found the DeLorean time machine. However, an unfortunate discovery prompts Marty to go to his friend's aid. Using the time machine, Marty travels to the old west where his friend has run afoul of a gang of thugs and has fallen in love with a local schoolteacher. Using the technology from the time, Marty and Emmett devise one last chance to send the two of them back to the future.Written by
Biff "has a lot of room to talk" when he accuses Marty of being "the little hothead" in Part II, since his own great-grandfather Buford lost his cool when Marty said, "You're Mad Dog Tannen", and started ferociously shooting up the saloon. It appears that getting terribly upset, offended, and defensive whenever they are called an uncomplimentary, or unflattering name ("chicken", "yellow", et cetera) is a long-running trait of some of the males in both the McFly and Tannen families. See more »
When Marty sees the unfinished ravine train tracks in 1885, he tells Doc that they can scratch that idea. Doc explains to Marty that the rest of the tracks across the ravine will exist in 1985, at which point they will be able to safely cross the ravine. However, Doc knows the ravine will be an active railroad track, but never seems to consider the possibility they could arrive back in 1985 and strike an oncoming train. This is almost exactly what happens when Marty arrives back to 1985. See more »
The film opens with all four versions of the Universal Pictures company bumper. See more »
When the film premiered on NBC in 1993, many edits were made to censor language. Examples being Marty saying "he's an [idiot]" instead of asshole, Strickland saying "dig him out of that [stuff]" instead of shit, and "holy [shoot]" instead of shit. "Son of a bitch" however was allowed. While these were all dubbed in, one shot was actually re filmed for the NBC version though, when Marty looks back at Needles driving off, the shot was re filmed and Marty says "I'm not stupid enough to race that [butthead]" instead of asshole. See more »
I agree that most of the time sequels to great movies are no good. Get to the third installment and it's become a joke. One of the lone exceptions to this rule is Back to the Future Part III. It's just a perfect movie. Entertaining, intelligent, and funny it is a hoot for fans of the first movie. Back to the Future is one franchise where all three movies are worthy of your attention.
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