In 1935, Indiana Jones arrives in India, still part of the British Empire, and is asked to find a mystical stone. He then stumbles upon a secret cult committing enslavement and human sacrifices in the catacombs of an ancient palace.
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Doc mentions to Marty that he visited a rejuvenation clinic in the future to make him appear younger. This was written so that Christopher Lloyd would not have to constantly wear old-age make-up for the two sequels, since he would primarily be portraying the 1985 incarnation of Doc. See more »
When Marty and Doc talk about going back to 1955, whenever the camera is focused on Marty, you can see what looks like some sort of mechanical device or someone using the equipment outside of the window. This can be seen between 01:01:56 and 01:01:57 and also 01:02:03 and 01:02:06 See more »
The DVD version (Regions 1 and 2) has "To Be Concluded" followed by the teaser for Part III just before the start of the credits. See more »
Some UK versions cut down the scene where Biff kicks Marty in the stomach after he gets smashed in the face (by his Part 1 self) by the stage door. The first time he says 'You, steal my stuff?' then kicks him. The second kick 'And this is for my car!' was cut out for TV. See more »
Back to the Future - the only '80s movie that's completely...timeless!
I love the original movie, so don't get me wrong, but I have a special thing for really cool looking futuristic things. Especially if they're made out to look really interesting like in this sequel.
The story is still very good, the characters are still lovable and have some great lines, and the ending is superb even if it leaves you wanting for a little more. Interchanging between this movie and the last (even the next) were great twists and turns, probably still the best achievement i've seen properly executed in a film to date.
While the original is probably an eleven on my scale now, this one used to be my all time favorite one in the BTTF trilogy. And there's still a whole lot to love about this movie, even the kids today will probably appreciate how much fun this movie is even with all the flash and more advanced CG effects they have in their movies today.
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