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jamiehigham96 (Not great quality because of the reflection) but my bae #backtothefuture #bttf #martymcfly #michaeljfox #hollywoodstudios #disneyworld 9h

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jefferson_johnson1 Saw this beauty today. The guy even had a Sports Almanac in the back seat! #Back2TheFuture #DieHardFan #MichaelJFox #OldSchool #88mph 10h

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thehotzoneusa Hey its Marty Mcfly! Michael J Fox has arrived! #gardenoflaughs #michaeljfox #backtothefuture #redcarpet 11h

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backintimefilm From our appearance on the #anthonycumia show 2 weeks ago. Talking #backintimefilm and #backtothefuture with a big fan. Holding on the #michaeljfox #christopherlloyd signed #backintime #tags 11h

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wonders_of_my_world It's as is if it's my favorite 80's week...and I'm officially one of those people who takes pictures of their TV. #helpme #namethatmovie #couchsaturday #michaeljfox 12h

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thelordofmoo “If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour... you're gonna see some serious shit.” #quikMOOreviews
I love BACK TO THE FUTURE; it may have come out before my time, but that doesn’t make me love it any less. The film has got such a wonderful buoyancy about it, whether we’re talking about it’s slick and steady pace, exuberant cast, or incredible screenplay. It’s no shock that many aspiring screenwriters look to BACK TO THE FUTURE as one of the most essential screenplays to read and take note of. It’s the perfect example of taking elements from various genres, throwing them against the wall and seeing what sticks. And it stuck baby, it all friken stuck. BACK TO THE FUTURE had sci-fi, comedy, adventure, drama, romance, and somehow, it worked. Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale knew what tone they were going for and they nailed it from the get-go. I apologize if it seems like I’m just praising the writing here but…you know what? No I don’t. I’m not one to apologize for something that’s that damn good; it’s really difficult to write dialogue that’s fresh and, actually, enjoyable to listen to. You don’t want to show your audience a movie they’ve already seen, and you sure as hell don’t want to put them to sleep. It’s a feel good film, highly accessible to people of all generations; you could time travel 70 years into the future and you’d still find people watching it. Yea, they’d be watching on their virtual reality headsets but they’d be watching it nonetheless. Michael J. Fox was brilliant; he exudes such likability and natural charisma as the relatable Marty McFly, and Doc Brown, played by the eccentric Christopher Lloyd, is a mad scientist you’re likely to never forget. The Doc and Marty friendship may be one of cinema’s weirdest friendships, but it’s also one of cinema’s best. Whether you’re young in age or young at heart, this timeless treasure will never cease to put a smile on your face; it hasn’t for me anyway.
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