James from BACK TO THE VIEWER, an awesome nerdy film site, hits us with a review of one of the greatest adventures of all time, the blast from the past blockbuster, BACK TO THE FUTURE.
Back to the Future – 30th Anniversary
"Thirty years ago lightning struck that clock tower and the clock hasn't rung since."
Fortunately the same cannot be said for Robert Zemeckis’ sci-fi masterpiece.
I’d be hard pressed to find a film that hasn’t influenced my love for cinema more than Back to the Future and fortunately it hasn’t been sitting idly by collecting dust in the National Film Registry alongside Days of Heaven and Dances With Wolves. Back to the Future is of a wholly different breed.
The 1980s could be considered the Golden Age of Science Fiction. The Empire Strikes Back was released in 1980, Mad Max 2 (1981), E.T. (1982), Return of the Jedi (1983), The Terminator (1984), Back to the Futureand Brazil (1985), Aliens (1986), RoboCop (1987), They Live (1988), and Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989) “I could go on for ever baby.”
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