Robert Zemeckis did a great job in creating the American sci-fi comedy franchise, Back to the Future. The time-travel comedy was a complete success with two back-to-back sequels. The journey of Doc and Marty and their time travel culminates the trilogy as a whole. Though parts II and III are nowhere near as 1985 original, they still hold up a significant part of the story’s conclusion. However, the sequel remains as a pair of underrated sequels. It contains many timeless elements that make it super hit and has not aged even a little in the audience’s hearts. So below, for all the Back to the Future fans, we present exciting and thrilling 10 reasons that the movie sequel is still relevant today.
1. The dynamic chemistry of Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd remained intact till the end of the trilogy of Back to the Future.
Although other cast members gave an effortless performance to fulfill the contractual obligation, these two actors remained strong and committed to their roles.
2. The hilarious opening scene of Back to the Future Part II didn’t age even after six years of its vision.
Zemeckis came up with an unimaginable wild future. The year 2015 has even come and gone, but the far-fetched vision of the future, in the beginning, is still fresh for us all.
3. Part III distanced itself from other parts and made us feel like its own movie.
Incorporating the Western settings in the third part made it more refreshing for the audience.
4. The Almanac is one of the most iconic MacGuffin portrayals in Back to the Future part II.
For a time-traveling movie like this, it’s terrific to come up with the idea of a book that contains the result of future sports games and then getting into the wrong hands.
5. The visual effects were undoubtedly ahead of their time and haven’t aged to date.
The effects that the team used, like the fading of Mary’s hand or the shots of the characters as young and old, are still fresh and new.
6. Back to the Future part II has the most thrilling endings ever seen.
The filmmakers were successful in providing a teaser of part III in the end credits of part II.
7. The character of Thomas F. Wilson as Biff Tannen was excellent throughout the history of sequels.
Though Wilson brought hypermasculinity to all Tannen’s characters, there were still some differences to portray them as different characters.
8. The depiction of Zemeckis’ dark dystopian alternate 1985 is still shocking and haunting.
The city has changed more than what Doc and Marty remember. Now it’s filled with bikers and killers in it.
9. Back to the Future III was the best romance of the franchise.
Christopher Lloyd and Mary Steenburgen shared impeccable romantic chemistry on-screen, considered the franchise’s best romance.
10. The Back to the Future is a complete trilogy, of which any other part doesn’t threaten the plot of its preceding features.
Zemeckis keeps the story moving forward while adding more to the characters and making it necessary for the new parts to follow the original.
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