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Back to the Future Trilogy [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
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Own all three action-packed Back To The Future films in this new collection, now including UltraViolet, so that you can revisit the action time and time again.
Back to the Future: The future for 17-year-old Marty McFly is not shaping up well. His family is dysfunctional, his schoolteacher, Mr Strickland, is out to get him, his music is just too loud and the rest of the world doesn't care. Only with his girlfriend, Jennifer Parker and local eccentric scientist, Dr Emmet Brown does he find the encouragement and excitement he needs. Never in time for his classes or his dinner, one day Marty wasn't in his time at all but having the time of his life. But what time is it? Marty got home early last night - 30 years early. One of the not-so-crazy scientist's experiment went slightly wrong and Marty was caught up in it to find himself at the wheel of a DeLorean car - converted into a time machine. It roars back to 1955 where he meets his parents when they were his age and sets out to make a man out of his dim-wit father.
Bonus features: Deleted Scenes: Pinch Me, Doc's Personal Belongings, She's Cheating, Darth Vader (Extended Version), Hit Me George, You Got A Permit?, The Phone Booth; Deleted Scenes with Commentary; Tales From The Future: In The Beginning; Tales From The Future: Time To Go; Tales From The Future: Keeping Time; Archival Featurette: The Making Of Back To The Future; Archival Featurette: Making The Trilogy: Chapter One; Archival Featurette: Back to the Future Night; Michael J. Fox Q & A; Behind the Scenes: Original Makeup Tests; Behind the Scenes: Outtakes; Behind the Scenes:- Nuclear Test Site with commentary; Photo Galleries; Production Art; Additional Storyboards; Behind The Scenes Photographs ; Marketing Material; Character Portraits; Huey Lewis and the News Power of Love Music Video; Theatrical Teaser Trailer; Feature Commentary with Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton; Q&A Commentary with Director Robert Zemeckis and Producer Bob Gale; Thank You Piracy Trailer.
Back to the Future 2: A scientist and his young friend discover, on their return trip from the future, that the present has been altered for the worse. Marty and Doc once again climb into the Delorean and travel back to the future in an attempt to put 1985 and their lives back to normal. The exhilarating visit by Marty and the Doc to the year 2015 seemingly resolves a few problems with the future McFly family. But when the two return home, they soon discover someone has tampered with time to produce a nightmarish Hill Valley, 1985. Their only hope is to once again get back to 1955 and save the future.
Bonus features: Deleted Scenes ; Deleted Scenes with Commentary; Tales From The Future: Time Flies; Tales From The Future: The Physics of Back to the Future with Dr. Michio; Archival Featurette: The Making of Back to the Future Part II; Archival Featurette: Making The Trilogy Chapter Two; Behind-The-Scenes: Outtakes; Behind-The-Scenes: Production Design; Behind-The-Scenes: Storyboarding; Behind-The-Scenes: Designing The Delorean ; Behind-The-Scenes: Designing Time Travel; Behind-The-Scenes: Hoverboard Test; Behind-The-Scenes: Evolution of Visual Effects Shots; Photo Galleries; Production Art; Additional Storyboards; Behind The Scenes Photographs; Marketing Material; Character Portraits; Theatrical Trailer; Q&A with Director and Producer; Feature Commentary; Thank You Piracy Trailer.
Back to the Future 3: At the end of the second sequel, the Delorean breaks down in a thunderstorm and the Doc is whisked away to a mystery destination. Marty is left trapped and looking for his friend. Doc Brown has in fact been sent even further to the past, into the age of the Wild West. Marty must travel to 1885 to rescue Doc from a premature end. Surviving an Indian attack and unfriendly townsfolk, Marty finds Doc Brown the blacksmith. But with the Doc under the spell of the charming Clara Clayton, it's lup to Marty to get them out of the wild west and back to the future. It's action, laughs and romance in this grand finale to the blockbuser time-travel series.
Bonus features: Deleted Scenes; Deleted Scenes with Commentary; Tales From The Future: Third Times The Charm; Tales From The Future: The Test of Time; Archival Featurette: The Making Of Back to the Future Part III; Archival Featurette: Making The Trilogy: Chapter Three; Archival Featurette: The Secrets to The Back to the Future Trilogy; Behind-The-Scenes: Outtakes; Behind-The-Scenes: Designing the Town Hill Valley; Behind-The-Scenes: Designing the Campaign; Photo Galleries; Production Art; Additional Storyboards; Behind The Scenes Photographs; Marketing Material; Character Portraits; ZZ Top Doubleback Music Video; FAQs About The Trilogy; Theatrical Trailer; Back to the Future: The Ride: Lobby Queue; Back to the Future: The Ride: The Ride Part 1 Preshow; Back to the Future: The Ride: The Ride Part 2; Q&A Commentary with Director & Producer; Feature Commentary with Producers Bob Gale and Neil Canton.
Superlatives and the Back To The Future trilogy are rarely far apart. With good reason, too. Here’s as complete a science fiction trilogy that you’re ever likely to see, one unsullied by unnecessary extra sequels, and instead standing proud as a genuinely terrific trio of films.
The highlight? You have to hand that to the first film, one of the most perfectly complete blockbuster movies of the past few decades. Brilliantly constructed and exceptionally executed, it’s exciting, funny, imaginative and stands up extremely well to repeated viewings.
But then so do the second and third films in the Back To The Future trilogy, too. The second is arguably the most disjointed, but then it has the most narrative work to do. Picking up directly after the first movie, it covers a heck of a lot of ground, and, in spite of one or two problems, it’s nonetheless a compelling movie in its own right. The third, meanwhile, is an underrated delight, that tails the trilogy with exceptional style.
Accompanying the films is a collection of extras that genuinely dig a bit deeper, and most notably include the infamous test footage of Eric Stoltz in the role of Marty McFly, before he was replaced by Michael J Fox five weeks into production.
Crucially, though, the Back To The Future trilogy has never looked better. And bundled with a package of supplements that offer terrific added value, this is a must-buy Blu-ray collection. --Jon Foster --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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There's little prepares you for the quality of the print on this Blu Ray reissue - it's absolutely gobsmacking. I've seen great restorations before ("Goldfinger", "North By Northwest", "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", "The African Queen", "The Italian Job", "To Kill A Mockingbird", "The Blues Brothers" and "To Catch A Thief" - see reviews for them all) - but this is exemplary.
The full run of extras is dealt with in detail in Amazon's thorough description above, but it's worth highlighting that among the superb new extras is Michael J Fox not afraid to show his present-day medical condition in the 6-part making-of that is spread across the whole set. There are contributions from almost all of the cast, Director Robert Zemeckis, Producer Steven Spielberg etc - and great on-set footage too. It's also been pitched at a reasonable price. In short, this is properly good value for money for 3 hugely entertaining films that don't seem to have dated at all.
I can only add to the chorus of approval for this - a fantastic presentation. Onwards and upwards to the "Indiana Jones" Trilogy and the remaining Bond films (which were all Lowry Digital Restorations and look as awesome as this)...
VIDEO: 1080p High-Definition 1.85:1
AUDIO: English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, German DTS Surround 5.1, Turkish 5.1 and Japanese 2.0 Master Mono
SUBTITLES: English SDH, German, Japanese, Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Portuguese, Swedish and Turkish
The special features include a good set of featurettes, a Making Of documentary in 3 parts, one for each film, interviews, trailers, deleted scenes, on location shoots, outtakes and much more, so you can see it is worth the money. The movies alone would be!
BTTF on its own is absolutely essential in anyone's DVD collection. The script sparkles and the plot is admirably handled and tries hard to maintain some kind of logic. I am sure the science is questionable but who cares? The films are not about the science, they are about cause and effect, action and consequence. Not to mention a great look back at the seemingly innocent American 50's from an 80's perspective. This element actually gets more interesting now that we can look back at the 80's with the same fond irreverence as they did back at the 50's. It is cute to see the (what we could call huge) 'portable recording studio' with Doc Brown's astute observation that 'of course your President has to be an actor, he has to look good on television!' Not to mention the choice of a Delorean as a Time Machine (this was a quirly choice even in 1985). Michael J Fox displays impeccable comic timing and brings real depth to his character of Marty and his relationship with mad genius Doc Brown is touching. Though the whole production is slick, well-crafted and the cast has an amazing chemistry - this really is Michael J Fox's finest hour. I am not sure this film could have worked with anyone else in the lead. He truly makes it his own - and adds a heartfelt realism and quirkiness to his character that make him absolutely believable.Read more ›
I began looking here on Amazon.co.uk and was a little surprised to see this feeling that UK viewers are again getting a raw deal with this repackaging of the films.
As a HUGE fan of these films I wanted to let UK viewers know what you've got that Americans haven't yet.
First, dts. Left off the region 1 release to squeeze the bonus material onto three discs.
Second, A much more attractive package, again.
I ordered the UK version of the first release because the American box is plain ugly.
Third, as I understand, this release has more bonus material than the American version and because it is all contained on one disc it makes a more organized viewing.
We also still don't know for sure if it's safe to buy another copy since none of the packages have v2 on the box.
At least you know with this release bttf 2 and 3 are framed correctly, and you still have the better sounding dts soundtrack.
Us Americans are still surrounded in the muck of dolby.
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My daughter was not born when the film was made and I never saw it at the time. She is hooked and now so am I. What I was missing! I can see why it's a cult film. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I loved these films when I was a kid and my son now also loves these films. It's nice I can share that with my son.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
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