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Re: Back to the Future (1985)
« Reply #30 on: November 03, 2015, 11:25:23 am »
Back In Time

I sat down to watch Back In Time, the 1-1/2 hour documentary on the First movie of the series. I did recently purchase the 30th anniversary Blu-ray set and there is a ton of extra’s on them. I watched the first movie and the extra’s. There’s very little literal overlap between this documentary and the extra’s material. But they do talk the same stuff, just by different people. This documentary is good for those who have not seen the extra’s on the discs. I myself found the material redundant and several times off the rails with large portions of the documentary on fanatic fans. A whole big segment on the Delorian car outside of the movie. And a portion on a music band called Flux Capacitor. Again, there are gaps in these documentaries. There is only a minute discussion, let alone an appearance of any kind by Crispin Glover. Zero presence of Biff. I guess there’s a reason… I dunno.

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