Back to the Future

Back to the future

Today I am going to tell you about some of the movies that many people love to watch. That’s the back to the future movie trilogy.

One thing that most teenagers believe is that their parents never went through teenagers. That they were also children for a while. Many teenagers wonder why their parents do not understand their children if they have ever had such a youth or childhood.

Marty McFly finds a solution to this problem in the movie Back to the Future. Because with a time machine he go back to the time when his parents were in their teens. Not only does he meet his parents, who are still in school, but he also has to help them when they needed help the most.

The main theme of the story is the series of amazing events that Doc Brown and Marty McFly face due to the time travel machine produced by Doc Emmet Brown.

Back to the Future

The movie begins in the present, with a teenager named Marty (Michael J. Fox, from TV’s “Family Ties”). His parents (let’s face it) are hopeless nerds. Dad tells corny jokes and Mom guzzles vodka in the kitchen and the evening meal is like feeding time at the fun house. All that keeps Marty sane is his friendship with the nutty Dr. Brown (Christopher Lloyd), an inventor with glowing eyes and hair like a fright wig. Back to the future doctor Brown believes he has discovered the secret of time travel, and one night in the deserted parking lot of the local shopping mall, he demonstrates his invention. In the long history of time travel movies, there has never been a time machine quite like Brown’s, which resembles nothing so much as a customized De Lorean.

The gadget works, and then, after a series of surprises, Marty finds himself transported back 30 years in time, to the days when the shopping mall was a farmer’s field (there’s a nice gag when the farmer thinks the De Lorean, with its gull-wing doors, is a flying saucer). Marty wanders into town, still wearing his 1985 clothing, and the townsfolk look at his goose down jacket and ask him why he’s wearing a life preserver.

One of the running gags in “Back to the Future” is the way the town has changed in 30 years (for example, the porno house of 1985 was playing a Ronald Reagan movie in 1955). But a lot of the differences run more deeply than that, as Marty discovers when he sits down at a lunch counter next to his Dad – who is, of course, a teenager himself. Because the movie has so much fun with the paradoxes and predicaments of a kid meeting his own parents, I won’t discuss the plot in any detail. I won’t even get into the horrifying moment when Marty discovers his mother “has the hots” for him. The movie’s surprises are one of its great pleasures.

The Amazing Trio

The series consists of three films. The first film was released in 1985, the second in 1989 and the third in 1990. It has been more than 35 years since the release of these films, but they are still enjoyed all over the world, big or small. These movies can be added to the comedy as well as adventure category.

“Back to the Future” was directed by Robert Zemeckis, who shows not only a fine comic touch but also some of the lighthearted humanism of a Frank Capra. The movie, in fact, resembles Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” more than other, conventional time-travel movies. It’s about a character who begins with one view of his life and reality, and is allowed, through magical intervention, to discover another. Steven Spielberg was the executive producer, and this is the second of the summer’s three Spielberg productions (it follows “The Goonies” and precedes “Explorers”), and maybe it’s time to wonder if Spielberg is emulating the great studio chiefs of the past, who specialized in matching the right director with the right project. This time, the match works with charm, brains and a lot of laughter.

A series of events unfold throughout the trilogy. Thirty years after the first film, Marty is going to the future in the second. Then see for yourself what happens. (They come from 1985 to 2015. You can see for yourself whether the future they believed in at that time has really reached us in 2015)

Doc Brown disappears due to an unexpected incident at the end of the second movie. You should watch the third movie to know what happens after that.

This film set a number of records. The film went on to break box office records. Also, there is a huge fan base here today. There are even festivals in various cities to celebrate these films. A number of computer games have been released so far.

With the amazing responded I received for Behind the Scene articles of Harry Potter movies, I decided to write same behind the scene article for this movie. It will be awesome. I promise. I will bring that article soon. There you will be able to share a number of very interesting facts. Therefore, if you have not seen these Back to the Future Trio before, I invite you to watch and get ready now.

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About Sasindu Jayasri 91 Articles
Sasindu Jayasri is an Engineering student at Faculty of Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.

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