It has been a long time since my last review. Time happens to be the main idea of the next series that I’m going to review. Back to the Future parts 1-3 are classics (according to me) and deserve to be watched by everyone, if for no other reason than to allow references to the movie to be made.
Back to the Future (1985)
This 80s classic Stephen Spielberg-produced film franchise is one of my all-time favorites. The concept is brilliant and the concept-to-screen transition was near-perfect. Michael J. Fox is spectacular Christopher Lloyd is perfect. The only thing that could take away from this film is some of the aging makeup, but I think it makes the film even more authentic and fun.
Back to the Future: Part II (1989)
This sequel is not as good as the first, and delves more into time travel as Marty and Dr. Brown travel to 30 years in the future. The acting is good, the story is interesting, and it definitely is a classic. It is a little too cheesy at times (even for me) but all in all it a as good addition to the series. It is definitely worth watching.
The third and final film of the series is the most likable film in the Back to the Future Trilogy. It is based in the 1800s wild west and it really a fun film. It is a good, warm close to the series and my favorite.
This classic trilogy is all rated PG. There is some language that may not be good for younger kids. I give it a heavy 10 ramheads out of 10.