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Girls from the 80s were soo pretty
Love this documentary, and thank you for the upload. Back to the Future is a top ten movie for me, and maybe even higher. Not only was there great plot, acting performances, but everything from the soundtrack to the score of the movie was just absolute perfection.It takes me back to my childhood, and getting to watch it at our vacation hotel at the beach, because my dad was an attorney but too cheap to buy pay channels, and we had not yet bought our first VCR......I love the film. I love Michael J. Fox, and Christopher Lloyd. And I love those days.
DAMN Lea Thomson looks good in these interviews
What those two guys were a scared of being only being known as the pals with Steven Spielberg that can get their projects going that is what Kathleen Kennedy is she is the death of Star wars and she should never have gotten as many good jobs and she did
I'm not normally a stickler for punctuation, but I can't understand what the hell you're trying to say.
I love BTTF 😀 my favourite movies.
I can’t believe that Sid Sheinberg Wanted to Change the title to Spacemen from Pluto that’s so stupid but thank God for Steven Spielberg to swoop in and convince him to keep the title Back to the Future
Wardrobe for stoltz is all black, mj is bright.
Mr. Christopher Lloyd is a true icon. Without him, there would be no Back to the Future. To say that he played his role "remarkably" is like saying nothing. He WAS Doc Brown!
There are a few roles in iconic Hollywood films that there is NOBODY on the planet earth, ever could do better.Without a doubt, Doc Brown, with Christopher Lloyd playing him is one of those. Absolute perfection.
At 28:45, writer and co-producer Bob Gale stated Crispin Glover was unreasonable with salary demands. This assertion is refuted by Crispin Glover in tv-india.com/vid/npR7l5OpmZyV4Io/vidiyo.html; his version regards how the salary offered was far lower than what was offered for Lea Thompson and the actor who played "Biff," two whose roles were on a par with Crispin's. One speculation is that the producers deliberately offered a lowball figure because they were not pleased with Crispin's eccentric behavior. Lea Thompson related on another _TV-india_ video interview how the producers got everyone together for a screening of the first movie to get them revved up for "Part II," and the "brass" cracked up most during the Crispin scenes, and she could not understand how they could have so easily written him off. Glover also contends in the linked interview how Bob Gale has been making a habit of fabricating accounts about Glover in the Blu-ray commentary, and elsewhere.Glover sued the producers for using another actor in "II," through the prosthetics prepared for the old age make-up from the first movie, and now producers can no longer do such a thing as a result of the lawsuit..
It's genius script!!
14:56 I love michael " After a while you just stop trying to figure it out" lol...
I bet you can remember where you were the first time you had seen this movie....
@cptnoremac I hate the fact that you're right cause you're just such a jerk :') just stop lol
@JOSH2625 You know it tells everyone you edited your comment, right? You added the word "had," did a quick Google search to try to look educated, and then went crazy with caps lock. What a moron.
@cptnoremac You went out of your way to correct a comment that is a month old? Why don't you read it again. Saw is the PAST TENSE of the verb see, and usually comes immediately after NOUNS and PRONOUNS. Seen is the PAST PARTICIPLE of the VERB see. Generally, seen is used alongside have, has, had, was or were in a sentence to make COMPOUND VERBS. USAGE: saw : This word is a stand-alone VERB. Did you not read it properly..... friend?
It’s one of those things that make life what it is, your childhood memories that you can watch over and over again many years later without getting bored. True masterpieces!!
Brian Jones borderline sad haha, I’ll take that ;-)
True, so many of these great 80s movies really makes feel nostalgic, borderline sad in a way
I think BTTF is the perfect trilogy .
Well, if "three is the perfect amount of sequels that should be done" -- when should we expect the third sequel?
Thank You for uploading it.
39:58 This boy at left side is Eliah Wood.
With The current fad of making reboots They need to stay the hell away from back to the future. I was a child of the 80s a teen of the 90s The back to the future series was a big part of my growing up. It’s perfect just the way it is leave it alone don’t touch it
Yes! Not a child of the 80s but I would hate to see a reboot. I hate when people start clamoring for a reboot for good movies and shows... people need to just appreciate good things and leave them alone.
@MichiganJack I couldn't agree you more!!
Same here (^_^). Much like Citizen Kane. Back to the Future is a cinematic master piece.
Robert Zemeckes won't allow that because he signed a contract with the studio to never allow anyone to touch his movies to either make a sequel or reboot
And I'm just like you, I was a child in the 80's and a teenager in the 90's and it just makes me very happy that Zemekis said there will never be a reboot or a fourth installment. He even has it in his will that no one will even touch BTTF. So don't worry, This perfect trilogy will be forever safe.
If I could change anything about BTTF part 2, it would be to change the era that they go to after the future. I really hated the 50s. They're so damn boring! It's funny that he says he didnt like making the "Future" type movies or scenes because they are the perspective of the director alone.... but it's funny because it's his perspective alone to cause him not to like making them regardless if that's what the audience wants to see lol. I as a member of the audience would rather see the future and aliens and sci-fi and fantasy, then boring old 1955 where the only remotely cool thing to see is the old cars. They should have gone WAY WAY WAY BACK, and then WAY WAY WAY forward. Just my opinion... and all the success of the Sci-fi and fantasy movies in the last 25 years.
@Brody Does Role-Plays The word you want is "forbade."
Each decade to those of us who began life in the 20th century has its own character, at least since the Roaring Twenties. There is something "specific" about each decade that offers that _je ne sais quoi,_ that special cultural character, be it the 1930s, the 1940s, the 1950s, the 1960s, the 1970s, the 1980s, maybe the 1990s (what was special about the 1990s becomes a little less clear), while I'm not quite sure about any special character behind the relatively bland 2000s and the 2010s.There was something very unique about the 1950s; the decade was anything but "boring.".
@Brody Does Role-Plays Smart man.
If you wanna reboot the series, you can't because Robert Zemeckes forebided anyone allowing to make a reboot or part 4.
If you change the era they go to, you change the entire way the film works. They wouldn't be able to revisit the first movie from a different perspective in a different era. What you would have to do is choose a different era for the entire first movie to do what they did in the second one. But, then you'd lose the entire premise of going to high school with your parents. You would unravel several key winning components by removing the 50s. This movie (and its sequels) were awesome. Not every movie can be made the same way or THAT would be boring. This was a unique experience. I loved it as a kid and it's remained at the very top of my list of best movies I've ever enjoyed. Your changes might not have worked the same way the original concepts did. No sense in rewriting history (pun intended) unless you want to see a reboot, which I think would be a horrible mistake.