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Back to the Future Part 2 1989

4.4 out of 5 stars (95) IMDb 7.8/10

Accompanied by Doc Brown, teenager Marty McFly must travel thirty years into the future to save his own children from going to jail. Meanwhile, the aged Biff Tannen 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.

Starring:
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd
Runtime:
1 hour, 47 minutes

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An excellent sequel to the 1985 classic, i think this sequel is just as Good as the first in my opinion anyway
screenplay/story written by both Bob Gale & Robert zemeckis but Directed by Robert zemeckis

scrap the very old dvd release of this film
get this new blu-ray quality of Back to the future II
Universal has again given the picture quality a new HD transfer & it looks beautiful in 1:85:1 widescreen
very sharp & clear picture quality just like the first Back to the future blu-ray
again a new 5.
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We bought Back to the Future parts 1 and 2 together. Part 1 was entertaining and we looked forward to Part 2. However the story line descended into rubbish with screaming kids and absurd situations. It lasted for 10 minutes with us.

If you haven't already seen it - don't bother.
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One of my favourite childhood favourites from the 80s, and the amount of times I have seen this film, I could never ever get bored of this sequel to the original Back to the Future (1985).

I have had this film on VHS and DVD, but now I have it on (HD) Blu-ray where both the sound and picture quality is spot on.
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By A Customer on 20 April 2001
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bttf 2 is the best of the 2 sequels, although bttf 3 isn't at all bad, whereas bttf 1 surpasses them both as it sets the story. however, whereas individually they may have their faults, as a trilogy they are incredible. btff 2 gave kids (i was only 6 when i first saw it) hopes of a future with flying cars and hovering skateboards, which was excellent. and the whole trilogy made me want to buy a delorean, but that's just because i'm easily influenced by brilliant films (and their equally good sequels). so buy this now (and while you're here, buy the other two- it works better watched as a trilogy rather than a single film) 5 stars!
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This film is better than the one that came before it. Although Back To The Future was excellent, this film has a better story, better settings and better effects. And the hoverboard scenes were an excellent upgrade of the first film's skateboard scences. This film hasn't aged at all. It is just as good today, as it was in 1989. A classic movie!
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When it comes to sequels, conventional wisdom is they are pale shadows of the original. And most of the time, that is true. But Back to the Future Part II manages to be one of those films that revisits the original while still being lots of fun.

The movie picks up with the final scene of the first movie as Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) has returned to 1985 to take Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) to the future. Along for the ride is Marty's girlfriend Jennifer Parker (now played by Elisabeth Shue). They've gone to the future to stop Marty's kids from making huge mistakes that spiral the family out of control.

But the trip to the future also lets bully Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson) do something that completely changes the time line. Leaving Jennifer in an alternative 1985, the two must travel back in time to keep everything from unraveling. Can they correct the damages to the timeline without causing any more?

This film sounds very confusing on paper, but it actually works quite well when you watch it. You're able to follow everything that happens and everything makes sense. Well, there's one exception, but even then I let it go because the film is so much fun. As is always the case with time travel, if you think about it too hard, you wind up wrapping yourself up in contradictions and knots. But if you just sit back and enjoy, you'll find it's plenty of fun.

During the future section (set in 2015), there are plenty of great jabs at the ‘80's. They still hold up even now. And I'm so ready for hover boards and flying cars. If only, right?

What is brilliant about this film is the final act. It takes place during the final act of the first film. We get to see the action from a different point of view.
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