Back To The Future


Anybody else have the sound track off sync for the Making of the Trilogy?

>>By jyveturkie   (Monday, 30 Dec 2002 23:24)

Do you think this movie accurately portrays the 1950's

>>By megina   (Thursday, 29 May 2003 04:01)

i love back to the future

>>By ilikegreenday   (Thursday, 5 Jun 2003 04:00)

best trilogy ever! best acrors ever! best flic ever!


to bad i wasn't born at the release of the first movie and so i got to mis all the BTTF madness

>>By lisa   (Tuesday, 8 Jul 2003 21:44)

biff is great..all of the characters were great....i think that the 3 stories were written brilliantly....i just watched all 3...again..coca

>>By coca   (Saturday, 5 Jun 2004 03:41)

Some curiosities about that wonderful movie:

-The Marty Mcfly character was not originally destined to Michael J. Fox: was to Crispin Glover (the actor who plays the father of Marty, you know,the protagonist of the recent WILLARD). Even they filmed a week with Glover as Marty.
-You can find in that movie the most famous movie tribute to the great silent movie Harold Lloyd; there are two winks...: one, in the beginning credits, where you can see that in all the clocks of dr Emmet Brown, one of them is a little figure of the old Harold in the movie Safety Last(1923) (EL HOMBRE MOSCA in spanish)... and after, the second wink, doctor Emmet Brown grabbing the pointer of the tower clock.
-there are subtile details in the three movies...: for example, the film that the Biff of the alternative 1985 is watching in a jacuzzi with two girls is one of the three Sergio Leone spanish-italian films featured by Clint Eastwood. Marty will use an idea (the piece of iron down the poncho) of that film in the 3th part of the saga.
-The two writers of the film, the director ROBERT ZEMECKIS and the producer BOB GALE, say that they intention wasnt do a trilogy in the beggining.. just the first movie; so, they did a joke at the end of the movie: the GMC Delorean flying and coming from the future... is just a joke... but, with the success of the movie, they wrote then a new script for the following two movies :)
- There is a obvious homage to the XIX century french writer Jules Verne in the movie...: not only in the third part, with the admiration by Verne of two of the carachters (Sarah Clayton and Emmet Brown); but in all the spirit of the movie: the optimistic and crazy scientist, the wise men of Verne, are reflected in Christopher Lloyd´s role... in the third part, in a cave, you can see the initials of the name of the inventor, as the" A. S." of "Arne Saknussem" in the Verne`s novel A Journey to the Center of the Earth (1864)

a smile to all the BTTF fans :) i love that movie... never bored watching the John Ford`s Quiet Man.

Pd.- if you want a pepsi pal, you gotta pay for it! :P

>>By Jim_Hawkins   (Thursday, 10 Nov 2005 16:10)

ops.. an error in my text... in the beggining..." silent movie harold lloyd..." of course not... i meant "silent ACTOR harold lloyd"


>>By Jim_Hawkins   (Thursday, 10 Nov 2005 16:13)

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