Back to the Future Synopsis
Teen (Michael J. Fox) goes to 1955 in crackpot's (Christopher Lloyd) DeLorean time machine.
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Lots of fun

By thejoker42
My wife and children (9 and 12 years old) share my love of this entire trilogy! Seeing it on the big screen we noticed some things we haven't from home video. It was a great time! Thanks! G...

Marty McFly lives

By Spydercage
I love seeing great classic films back up on the big screen. This movie is one for the ages! A great movie this time around and anytime I catch it flipping channels. Seeing it this time I was...

Awesome and well done! One of my favorites!

By buffyangelfan
I seen this movie in the theater when it first came out. I loved it in the theater. Thankful for dvds that way I can rewatch as much as I like. I don't think there'll ever be another movie like this...

The Best Movie Ever. In All Time! Past! Present! Future!

By NarnianMan
This movie is the best movie ever! A+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ to Stevey...

Back to the Future

By eleer
The movie was great. The sound was not so much. Unfortunately the acoustics in the theater were so that you could here what was goingon outside the theater over the movie. But is was great to see...

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Scientifically incorrect but who cares?...

Loved it!

By jwallace92
This movie is a classic. I may still remember the movies from when I was a kid, but I was still on the edge of my seat and found myself in suspense. The plot is amazing, who doesn't like a movie...

A true Classic!

By natveggie77
I was so happy to see this film in theaters! It's even better than watching it at home! Michael J Fox is amazing and the entire film really is a classic....

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Rated PG | For Adult Themes and Medium Level Coarse Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says '80s time-travel favorite has laughs, romance, action.
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