Movie Back to the Future Part II (1989)

Watched 20151011 (Amazon Prime)(Leaving 20151031)
Back to the Future Part II (1989) Robert Zemeckis. 108 min

Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox)
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As with the first movie (1985), I enjoyed the score and action sequences.

However, this movie's time traveling plot goes beyond my suspension of disbelief and for that reason I don't like it nearly as much as the first.

Biff from rich Biff timeline.
With that being said, the movie as a whole isn't terrible and you can't watch the trilogy without it.

Thus, if you plan on watching Back to the Future Part III, you can't leave this one behind. Otherwise, you might just be satisfied with watching the first Back to the Future.

Doctor Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd)
1985 Emmett Brown (right) hands a wrench to the 1955 Emmett Brown (left).
Instant Comments:
They changed the actress that plays Jennifer. [Apparently they had to recast the role because the actress was unable to continue. The last few scenes of I were reshot for the beginning of II.]
October 21, 2015
"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

Lorraine (Lea Thomas) from rich Biff timeline
"Then what did you bring her for?"
The clock tower in the future is left broken
Goldie Wilson III
"What's wrong McFly? Chicken?"
Haha. Thank you: "There's something very familiar about this."

Griff (Thomas F. Wilson)
Haha. A guy asks him about preserving the clock tower.
Hehe. The Doc talks about not using the time machine for financial gains and yet he's okay with changing the future of Marty's kids (at the cost of Biff's grandkids)
Wait, there'd be little wrong with running into his older self, since his older self would know about time travel.

Marty McFly Jr (Michael J. Fox)
and Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox)
Jennifer is on the trip now, but her future self implies she hasn't.
Back to the Future's time traveling is too flawed to think about and/or try to explain. I'll just enjoy it for everything in between.
Spoiler to A Fistful of Dollars (1964)
"I think he took his wallet."

Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson)
Heh. It'd be fun to watch the first movie while they're playing parts of the second. Though, I don't know if the two are truly consistent or not.
He flipped himself over sure, but how was he able to stop his forward momentum?
Technically the book shouldn't have its cover on it.
"To be concluded..."

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