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Year: 1985
Saga: Back to the Future
Original Title: Back to the future
Length: 110 minutes
Genre: Science fiction, Comedy, Adventure
Studios: Universal Pictures
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: December 04 1985

United States: July 03 1985

Ranking

Ranking: 1,110 out of 15,625 movies (no change)

Ranked #36 in list 'The best movies ever'

Ranked #15 in list 'Best science fiction movies'

8,1

8.7 by 93 users

7.5 by 2 media

Plot

Marty McFly is a young student at Hill Valley High. He has an eccentric cientific as a friend called Doctor Emmett Brown. He has turned a Delorean into a time machine. As he's trying to let Marty know how the time machine works they got attack by terrorists. Marty hides inside the modified car and accidentally activates it. ending up in 1955's Hill Valley. While he's there and tries to figure out how to get back, he meets a young couple named Lorraine Baines and George McFly who turn out to be his future parents. But his own future's in danger when he finds out that her mother is in love with him and not with his father so he'll do whatever it takes to get things back to normal and find his way back to the future.

Awards

Premios
Año
Nominaciones
Premios ganados
Academy Awards (Oscars)Academy Awards (Oscars)
1986
4
1
BAFTA AwardsBAFTA Awards
1986
5
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Director

Cast Back to the Future

Christopher Lloyd

Christopher Lloyd

Dr. Emmett Brown "Doc"

Michael J. Fox

Michael J. Fox

Marty McFly

Lea Thompson

Lea Thompson

Lorraine Baines

Crispin Glover

Crispin Glover

George McFly

Thomas F. Wilson

Thomas F. Wilson

Biff Tannen

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Trivia Back to the Future

Back to the Future's writers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale received a letter from John Delorean himself thanking them for using his car for the movie. Back to the Future's script was rejected 40 times before it was accepted Back to the Future was the top grossing release in 1985

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