Not the best It's not a great movie. But it still is fun to watch. The movie goes in a different direction from the first movie for a while, with the future and then the alternate Hill Valley. And after a while, they travel back to 1955, which made it the worst in the series. It's also somewhat dated. Fortunately, the movie is good enough to get you to the ending, which is shocking and leaves it open for a sequel. Props to the Christopher Lloyd and Michael Fox for saving this sequel.
It's a very interesting story, Future Boy! Robert Zemeckis once said that if he had ever really believed there would be a BTTF 2, he certainly would not have concluded the first movie in a way that forces the storyline in part 2. Jennifer would not have gone to the future (a minor character who now requires a narrative character arc - they put her to sleep) and the storyline may not have involved their kids (originally, a subtle suggestion of the cyclical nature of time). Since it ended that way, that was the story we got. And, it works well.
Eh It's not terrible, it's...funny. But it reaches absolutely nowhere near the heights that the first film had. All because it's a bit confusing and has a lack of focus. But, like the first film, it does have some very good twists.
Not as iconic as the original, but a worthy follow-up A five year wait for a child is like half a lifetime. Such was the time period in my youth between the original movie (watching it constantly at close to every opportunity) and this sequel, which while much more complicated and unresolved compared to the first is still a terrific and fun flick. It sets up the rollicking finale and plays around with technology unheard of twenty years ago (much of which is _still_ not quite here but could be not far off).
This was not as good as the original but who's to say what's good and not good. Sequels are always taking a back seat to the original movie. The professor is one of my favorite roles out of most movies l have seen. Certain roles have to be acknowledged. Kcs
Bttf2 This is a classic that can be watched over and over and never get old even when we are now watching it in that it now is in the past. This is the best trilogy ever and this one is def my favorite . The 80s to 2015 to the 50s covers 3 geat eras and really has some cool futuristic stuff that we still wish we had now. Hopefully the Hoverboard becomes a practical toy/hobby. The future of flying cars will happen one day hopefully sooner than later. Totally 80s totally future totally awesome!!!
2015 Its 2015 and marty and doc are in the future awesome shoes self drying jackets and hover bourds really cool car it can't get any better but michael I hope you get better with the parkesins I'm praying for you every nigit your in all my favirot movies pleas get the cure(family ties, stuart littel, teen wolf) your the best ill be praying
A Superb Continuation of a Classic This film picks up immediately after the classic original. The charm of the first film continues in this sequel as we see an enthusiastic view of the future world of 2015 and an alternate dystopian 1985. The story features a compelling take on the effects one's actions on the future without being convoluted. This is a worthy sequel to a classic.
I love this movie, but couldn't finish it because once you start it, you have 24 hours only to finish it. Sometimes I like to watch it in segments for when I eat meals at home. Wish google would give us at least 48 hours to finish it.
Reporting live from October 21, 2015 10:58 pm As of yet there are: A. No flying cars (heavy, I know). B. A stable and efficient way to create fusion energy. C. A possible way to time travel. D. No hoverboards.