Back to the Future Part II
Back to the Future Part II is a 1989 American science fiction comedy film and the second installment of the Back to the Future trilogy. It was directed by Robert Zemeckis, written by Zemeckis and Bob Gale, and starred Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Thomas F. Wilson and Lea Thompson. Part II and the third installment of the trilogy, Back to the Future Part III, were filmed back-to-back, with some of the scenes of Part II and Part III filmed concurrently, and released six months apart. Although released in 1989 and 1990, both films continued to portray 1985 as the present, as they directly follow the events of the first film. On October 26, 1985, Doctor Emmett Brown arrives from the future and tells Marty McFly and girlfriend, Jennifer Parker, he needs help to save their future children. As they depart, Biff Tannen accidentally witnesses their departure. They arrive on October 21, 2015, where Doc electronically hypnotizes Jennifer and leaves her incapacitated in an alley. Meanwhile, Doc has Marty pose as Marty McFly, Jr., Marty's future son, to refuse an offer from Biff's cybernetically-enhanced grandson, Griff Tannen. Marty successfully switches places with his son and refuses
Release Date: November 22, 1989
Writer: Bob Gale
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Producer: Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Bob Gale, Kathleen Kennedy, Neil Canton, Steve Starkey
Cast: Charles Fleischer, Michael Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Elisabeth Shue, Billy Zane, Casey Siemaszko, James Tolkan, Lea Thompson, Thomas Wilson, Flea , Joe Flaherty, J.J. Cohen, Crispin Glover, Harry Waters Jr., Jeffrey Weissman(less)
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Hilarious and fun. It's brilliant and ties in so well with the first movie. It's a must watch or revisit this year (2015). I'm still waiting for hoverboards to go on sale.July 14th, 2015 · Details
This is bad time traveling movie. People swear alot and there are scary scenes with violence in the house and Biff abusing his wife and a naughty bathtub scene with Biff and the women. This is not a kids film don't listen to the people at examiner.com they are wrong. If you want to see a hoverboard movie without the swearing and rude talking watch Treasure Planet instead. By the way I hated this movie because the swearing offended me.March 19th, 2012 · Details