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Universal Home Entertainment's 3-disc DVD set of the "Back to the Future" trilogy directed by Robert Zemeckis.

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Good Trilogy and Good Value for Three Disc Set

  • Apr 14, 2004
Back to the Future is a very enjoyable trilogy and this three disc set edition is well worth the price. There are also a lot of cool extra features on the disc. For example, you can watch the movie and when an icon pops on the screen, you can press play again and get commentary about the scene from Michael J. Fox, which was very interesting. The "Making of" features and interviews were also nice.

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Robert Zemeckis scored a huge hit with 1985's BACK TO THE FUTURE, a film that became a genuine 1980s classic and began a successful trilogy. Taking the teen comedy a place it had never been before, on a trip to the 1950s via the 1980s, and fusing it with a time travel adventure, the film quickly became a blockbuster and established itself as a high point of 1980s pop culture. This special boxed set contains all three of Marty McFly's and Doc Brown's adventures traveling back and forth between the 1950s, the 1980s, and the 19th and 21st centuries in Doc's customized DeLorean. See individual titles for details.
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Director: Robert Zemeckis
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: 1985, 1989, and 1990
MPAA Rating: PG
Screen Writer: Bob Gale
Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
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