The story focuses on Marty McFly's future. Fox stretches his acting abilities by playing his son and daughter as well as his older self. They managed to pull it off but unfortunately they tore a fabric in time due to Marty being greedy and the nosy efforts of Doc Brown. Instead of a quaint peaceful town and suburbs, Zemeckis and Gale do everything in their power to give us the equivalent of an opposite. Marty McFly has only just gotten back from the past, when he is once again picked up by Dr.
I sure didn't, and for me it was one heck of a comedic thrill ride from beginning to end. Every paradox and logical problem of time-travel is explained very well in the film itself, and those that are left out are easily overlooked due to the creativeness of the rest of the film. As for the cast, Fox and Lloyd keep their characters of Marty and Doc on the same entertaining level as before. This movie is so much fun that things like this are gladly forgotten about in order to accept the huge amount of satisfaction delivered by the film. Instead of being the same old run-of-the-mill by the numbers sequel, the film makers decided to do something different and make this a brain twister film.
Synopsis Marty McFly has only just gotten back from the past, when he is once again picked up by Dr. Most of the original players return to reprise their original roles. Instead of a quaint peaceful town and suburbs, Zemeckis and Gale do everything in their power to give us the equivalent of an opposite. Om ervoor te zorgen dat hij nog geboren zal worden, moet hij ze weer verliefd op elkaar laten worden. But, it also ties in another creative aspect: when Marty and the Doc must return to 1955, they only know the whereabouts of Biff based on where they last saw him in that year--the school dance and all of that which took place in the first movie.
Marty had to once adapt to 1955, now he has to do the same for 2015, even if only for a moment. Wilson as Biff, Biff is biff, no matter how old, how young, or how powerful he may be, and his consistence of performance is also noteworthy. A fun sequel with a few cast changes Elizabeth Shue now portrays Marty's girlfriend whilst Crispin Glover is no longer with in the film except in stock footage. I love how Doc and Marty pushes the DeLorean along the spur line, on the tracks attempting to get it up to 88 miles per hour. Als Marty er in het heden achterkomt dat Biff met gokken een fortuin heeft vergaard, moet hij terug naar 1955 om de zaken weer recht te zetten. If you enjoyed the first film then you'll really want to watch this one if you haven't already. Instead of leaving well enough alone, all three of them head off to the future to try and change events.
In a last-ditch attempt to set things straight, Marty finds himself bound for 1955 and face to face with his teenage parents -- again. I did like that the film was more focusing on Doc and Marty the characters that we care about. Marty had to once adapt to 1955, now he has to do the same for 2015, even if only for a moment. This movie is so much fun that things like this are gladly forgotten about in order to accept the huge amount of satisfaction delivered by the film. The exceptions are Crispin Glover as George McFly has been replaced by Jeffrey Weisman and Claudia Wells has been replaced by Elizabeth Shue as Marty's girlfriend Jennifer. So, prepare yourself for what may arguably be the best movie out of the trilogy probably because you get to see the future and past and everything in between; although, I'm still torn between rating the first or the second as my absolute favorite. But almost 20 years later.
The film follows the further adventures of Marty and Doc Brown. Wilson , steals the Delorean to transport himself into the past and to bestow upon himself a Sports Almanac book that contains the results of sporting events for years to come. The exceptions are Crispin Glover as George McFly has been replaced by Jeffrey Weisman and Claudia Wells has been replaced by Elizabeth Shue as Marty's girlfriend Jennifer. This suspension of disbelief is necessary for a person to be able to truly experience the effectiveness of all three Back To The Future films, and this experience truly is a great one. Unfortunately, things get worse when the future changes the present. Then to add fuel to the fire, we once again revisit Hill Valley in 1955, where things really go berserk what with two Marty's and two Docs inhabiting the same year.
So, in essence, the filmmakers had to recreate some of the scenes from the old movie, from different angles, and the actors had to play dual roles which they do often throughout the trilogy by being added into those scenes. There are holographic theaters, Cafe 80's shops, antique stores that sell dustbusters and other things, skateboards that hover, paying for cab rides with thumbprints, etc. They even make similarity from A Fistful of Dollars one of my all time favorite western films in which Marty wears a boiler plate as a bullet proof vest in which Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen Thomas F. Something else Zemeckis and Gale do is to take some events from the first film, and replay them in 2015 Hill Valley. To go into too much detail here would undermine your own viewing experience and give away a bit too much of the plot. I love western movies and Marty McFly was naming him self as Clint Eastwood in this film which it was brilliant. The Almanac contains all sports scores since something like 1955 why it is only the size of a magazine, I don't know, considering it covers major college and pro sporting event for a whole lot of years.
Lea Thompson, again has the difficult chore of bringing Lorraine Mcfly to us in three different characterizations, and as before handles it admirably. Zemeckis does a great job of cutting new scenes into footage from the original film with different angles and different perspectives of previous seen activities. Unfortunately, things get worse when the future changes the present. The story focuses on Marty McFly's future. Can Doc and Marty safely restore the space and time continuum before the universe collapses upon itself? This is the special effects and visual beauty of the second, whereas in the first one, it was recreating the past. I have seen this movie over a dozen times, and I tried to find things that don't match, movie mistakes etc. Of course Spielberg never intended to have more ingredients then the past 50's , the present and the future.