um classico maravilhoso que sempre passava na sessão da tarde.
One of my favorite movies, very fun.
Classic from the 80s, is charming, funny, and exciting. One of those movies that has a bit of everything and should please anyone. Lloyd and Fox provide unforgettable performances. Very memorable soundtrack both for Huey Lewis' "Power of Love" and Alan Silvestri's rousing score. New Blu-Ray transfer is crisp, the special effects actually look great on this transfer.
So so cool.
Checked to see if it was still amazing. It is.
EDIT: **Also watched, in a way, on November 12, with Jon Paula's live commentary** (I'm BTTF-ed out. But I still love it.)
Somehow my wife had never seen this film. When she told me that I immediately stopped everything we were doing so I could show it to her.
It's as great now as it has always been. Just a total blast from start to finish.
First time watching this one with the kids (ages 11 and 9) - awesome.
Now why don't you make a tree, and get outta here.
The nostalgic resonance of "Back to the Future" comes in two folds for me.
The mid 1980s vibrancy will always etched in my memory with the baby boomer generation's capitalism evident with the slew of product placement and electronic gadgets on display certainly was not what a middle-income class kid like me in Asia had been deprived of and watching with insurmountable envy upon back then.
I also was smitten by the 1950s world director Zemeckis, his writing partner Bob…
One of my all time favourite movies. fun and infectious. I never get bored watching it. god, I loved the 80s, so many good memories of that decade, and every time I watch this movie it takes me back to those happy times. Definitely the best of the trilogy.
>Balance of Elements: 10/10
>Special Effects- 9/10
>Production Design- 8/10
-Sets & Props: 4/5