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Back to the Future Trilogy Blu Ray

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Back To The Future: Michael J. Fox stars as Marty McFly a typical American teenager accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean time machine invented by slightly mad scientist Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd). During his often hysterical always amazing trip back in time Marty must make certain his teenage parents-to-be meet and fall in love otherwise he'll never be born... Back To The Future - Part 2: A visit by Marty and Doc Brown to the year 2015 seems to resolve a few problems with the future McFly family. However when they return home they discover someone has tampered with time and Hill Valley 1985; they must once again get back to 1955 to save their future..... Back To The Future - Part 3: Mary Steenburgen joins the cast for this rousing conclusion to the popular series. Stranded in 1955 after a freak burst of lightning Marty must travel back to 1885 to rescue the Wild West Doc Brown from a premature end. Surviving an Indian attack and unfriendly townsfolk Marty finds Doc Brown is the local blacksmith. But with the Doc under the spell of the charming Clara Clayton it's up to Marty to get them out of the Wild West and back to the future...

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Triple bill containing the entire time-travelling series of sci-fi comedy films. In 'Back to the Future' (1985), Teenager Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) just wants to play electric guitar and date girlfriend Jennifer; he is also determined not to end up a loser in life like his own parents. Father George (Crispin Glover) is a weak-willed failure, bullied at work by his former high school tormentor Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson), while mother Lorraine (Lea Thompson) is an alcoholic. Marty's friend and mentor is the eccentric Doctor Emmet Brown (Christopher Lloyd), who has successfully invented his own time machine in the form of a plutonium-powered Delorean sports car. However, after Marty travels thirty years back in time, he discovers that he doesn't have enough fuel to return to 1985. And, after he accidentally prevents the first ever meeting between his own, teenage parents, Marty's own future birth and present existence are placed in jeopardy! In 'Back to the Future Part 2' (1989), accompanied by Doc Brown (Lloyd), Marty McFly (Fox) must travel thirty years into the future to save his own children from going to jail. Meanwhile, the aged Biff Tannen (Wilson) steals the Delorean time machine to return to the Fifties and make his younger self rich, creating an alternative 1985 timeline in which Marty's father, George, has been murdered. Whilst 'Back to the Future Part 3' (1990) sees Marty (Fox) go back in time to the Wild West of 1885 to rescue his friend Doc Brown (Lloyd), who he has discovered is due for a fatal showdown with one of bad guy Biff's nasty ancestors. Meanwhile, the good Doc has fallen in love with a newly arrived schoolteacher (Mary Steenburgen).

  • Average Rating for Back to the Future Trilogy [Blu-ray] - 5 out of 5

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  • Back to the Future Trilogy [Blu-ray]
    Lee Warren

    Not only a must own box set, a have to own box set on blu-ray. Visually stunning, awesome sound, arresting storylines and wonderful extras. A trilogy that captures the imagination like no other, seen here in maginficent and stunning definition, highly recommended.

  • Back to the Future Trilogy [Blu-ray]
    Majid AlHaddad

    The Story: 9.5/10
    I really can't believe it has been nearly 30 years since the first movie was released back in the 80's as these movies have not aged at all (except for the 2nd part). They truly still have the same effect as they did back when they were first released.
    The trilogy follows the misadventures of our hero Marty (Michael J. Fox) as he travels back then forward then even further back in time.

    Back to the Future part I (1985) is everything you'd want your movie to be. It has a clever story that is jam packed with imagination, innovation and unpredictability. It is highly entertaining and infused with funny moments and some really touching moments. This is a family film at its best and it is all due to the brilliant co-writing and directing by Robert Zemeckis and the enthusiastic acting by Michael J. Fox.

    Michael J. Fox plays Marty McFly a young typical teenager who spends most of his time with the weird eccentric scientist Dr. Emmet Brown or simply known as "DOC" (played by Christopher Llyod). Doc has invented a time machine inside a classic DeLorean and while testing it one night with Marty, some unfortunate events occur that leads Marty to escape in the DoLorean without knowing that it will travel back to 1955. From then on, the fun ride begins as he must find a way to get back to 1985 but not without having few obstacles on this wild journey.

    The two sequels, Back to the Future's Part II (1989) and Part III (1990), are entertaining and clever as well but are less satisfying than the first. The second part is quite dark as it sees Marty traveling to the future to save his son and the future is not quite what he expected and when he returns back things are not what they used to be. The second movie besides of being dark is a bit confusing as well as Marty and Doc go back and further in time a lot more than you can keep track of. Yet is it still a fun movie on its own right.

    The third part is set in the Wild West and thus the journey of Marty and Doc comes to a fun closure. The third is a bit inconsistent, yet highly entertaining as this time the main focus is on a blossoming love between Doc and Clara (Mary Steenburgen).

    Despite few nitpicks in part II and III this trilogy still comes highly recommended.

    Characters: 8/10
    These movies simply belong to Marty and Doc. Their relationship and their stories are so much fun. Throughout the series these two characters are put in some serious perils and have to come out rather well developed especially Doc during the third part and Marty during the first part.

    This ride wouldn't have been complete if they didn't have a villain to fight. And Biff presents the bully baddie and it is so much fun seeing our heroes beat him every time.

    The two other characters that really shine especially in the first part only are Marty's parents played by Leah Thompson and Crispin Glover as the hottie and the nerdy respectively. Marty is put in a rather awkward and bit uncomfortable position as he tries to bring his parents together in the first part and one scene in particular will bring shivers to your spine that involves Marty and his Mom.

    Overall: 9.5/10

    This is my most beloved trilogy from my childhood. It still feels so fresh after all these years. I seriously can't recommend this set enough. These movies really belong in everyone's collection. The Blu-ray set is the perfect way to enjoy this remarkable trilogy with the looks and sound of Perfect and with loads and loads of extras.

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