Back to the Future - 25th Anniversary Trilogy

Back to the Future - 25th Anniversary Trilogy

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Director: Robert Zemeckis

Cast: Michael Fox, Christopher Lloyd


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In addition to containing all three of Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future films, this box set contains a wealth of extras that give viewers a look at the making of the beloved sci-fi franchise.See more details below


In addition to containing all three of Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future films, this box set contains a wealth of extras that give viewers a look at the making of the beloved sci-fi franchise.

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Barnes & Noble - Gregory Baird
The legendary DeLorean sports car makes one stylish, streamlined time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy, the '80s classics from director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump). The first of the series is the strongest, telling the story of young Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), a small-town teen in 1985 who takes an accidental trip back to 1955 in a time-traveling DeLorean built by eccentric, white-haired mad scientist Doc (Christopher Lloyd). Through a series of comedic missteps, Marty inadvertently keeps his parents (Lea Thompson and Crispin Glover) from falling in love, thereby threatening his own existence. Quite simply, this is the best time-travel film ever made, and it revels in Marty's fish-out-of-water 1980s take on 1950s Eisenhower-era innocence. With their self-assured handling of clever plot twists and time-travel paradoxes, writers Zemeckis and Bob Gale earned an Oscar nomination for Best Screenplay. And while the plot ticks with Swiss-watch precision, at the film's heart is an appointment with destiny, a single moment that sets the pattern for all the characters' lives, expressed eloquently in the film's central image of a tower clock stopped for 30 years by a bolt of lightning. Back to the Future Part II careens 30 years into the future (where the DeLorean has been made to fly) before Marty and Doc return to a nightmarish alternate 1985 (with shades of It's a Wonderful Life) that that can only be repaired by another trip back to the '50s. Labyrinthine time-travel complications are the name of the game in Part II, capped off by a brilliant reprise of the tour-de-force climactic sequence of the first film. Back to the Future Part III catapults Marty and Doc back in time to the Wild West of 1885, where fun and games with genre conventions -- cowboys, Indians, and gunfights -- and a little romance (Mary Steenburgen is introduced as Doc's true love) replace the plot complexities of the first two films. Fox and Lloyd anchor this series: Fox's boyish charm and energy is completely in sync with the film's buoyant spirit of fun, while Lloyd's archetypal portrayal of a mad-but-loveable scientist stands, along with his stint on Taxi, as the signature work of his career. And while only the original Back to the Future can be considered a true masterpiece, the sequels have a refreshing unpredictability that puts the trilogy as a whole -- along with the Star Wars and Indiana Jones trilogies -- at the pinnacle of post-Hollywood New Wave blockbuster fun.

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Product Details

Release Date:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
[Wide Screen]

Special Features

Tales from the future six-part documentary featuring all-new interviews with the cast and crew; The physics of back to the future; Deleted scenes; Michael J. Fox q&a; 7 Archival featurettes: including the secrets of the back to the future trilogy; Behind the scenes:; Nuclear test site ending storyboard sequence; Original makeup tests; Outtakes; Production design; Storyboarding; Designing the DeLorean; Designing time travel; Hoverboard test; Evolution of visual effects shots; Designing the town of hill valley; Designing the campaign; Photo galleries; Music videos: including "the power of love" by Huey Lewis and the News; Audio commentaries with director Robert Zemeckis and producers Bob Gale & Neil Canton; Back to the future: the ride experience the universal studios theme park attraction, including lobby monitor and preshow footage

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Main Titles [4:13]
2. Late For School [2:33]
3. The Slacker [4:57]
4. The Family McFly [6:18]
5. A Time Machine? [10:07]
6. Escape to the Past [3:18]
7. 1955 [7:09]
8. Dad the Dork [2:41]
9. Calvin & Lorraine [6:30]
10. Future Boy & Doc [7:59]
11. Marty's Problem [2:56]
12. The Matchmaker [6:26]
13. Skateboard Hero [7:20]
14. The Big Date [4:02]
15. The Real George [3:34]
16. Johnny B. Goode [7:08]
17. Back to the Future [3:48]
18. Doc's Decision [10:27]
19. Future Shock [5:00]
20. Roads? (Credits) [4:42]
Disc #2 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Back From the Future [2:57]
2. Main Titles [1:20]
3. Hill Valley, 2075 [8:26]
4. Marty Junior? [4:24]
5. Batter Up! [4:07]
6. The Almanac [5:42]
7. The Future McFlys [7:15]
8. Chicken [4:16]
9. Past Imperfect [7:40]
10. My Father? [4:22]
11. An Alternate 1985 [4:56]
12. About That Book [2:03]
13. Back to 1955 [3:53]
14. Biff's Lucky Day [5:43]
15. Back to the Dance [7:31]
16. Get That Book! [13:13]
17. Back to Normal? [6:42]
18. A Letter From 1985 [3:02]
19. I'm Back! [2:51]
20. End Titles [2:48]
Disc #3 -- Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy
1. Back Again [2:50]
2. Main Titles [2:10]
3. A Letter From Doc [7:40]
4. Doc's Destiny [3:07]
5. Back to 1885 [6:25]
6. Client Eastwood [7:48]
7. Mad Dog [3:12]
8. Reunited [4:28]
9. Out of Gas [4:09]
10. Clara [8:48]
11. The Town Festival [6:15]
12. Trouble With Tannen [9:26]
13. The Course of the Future [9:56]
14. Late For A Train [4:21]
15. Showdown [:36]
16. Racing Against Time [9:12]
17. Back to Normal [11:45]
18. Marty's Choice [3:47]
19. Meet the Family [2:00]
20. End Titles [3:44]

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