Back to the Future Trilogy (Blu-ray)
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|Contributor||Christopher Lloyd, George DiCenzo, Mary Steenburgen, Thomas F. Wilson, Steven Spielberg, Elisabeth Shue, Robert Zemeckis, Casey Siemaszko, Michael J. Fox, Harry Waters Jnr, Lea Thompson, Joe Flaherty, Marc McClure, Wendy Jo Sperber, Kathleen Kennedy, Neil Canton, Claudia Wells, James Tolkan, Richard Dysart, Crispin Glover, Matt Clark, Don Burgess, Bob Gale, Charles Fleischer See more|
|Runtime||5 hours and 27 minutes|
- Package Dimensions : 17.5 x 13.8 x 4.7 cm; 351 Grams
- Director : Robert Zemeckis
- Media Format : PAL, DVD+Blu-ray
- Run time : 5 hours and 27 minutes
- Release date : 28 October 2020
- Actors : Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Crispin Glover, Thomas F. Wilson
- Studio : Universal
- Producers : Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy, Neil Canton, Bob Gale
- ASIN : B08C8WP1MK
- Country of origin : Australia
- Writers : Bob Gale, Robert Zemeckis, Don Burgess
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Experience one of the most popular movie series of all time like never before with Back to the Future: The Ultimate Trilogy! Join Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) and a time travelling DeLorean for the adventure of a lifetime as they travel to the past, present and future, setting off a time-shattering chain reaction that disrupts the space-time continuum! BACK TO THE FUTURE: Marty McFly, is a typical teenager of the 80's accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean 'time machine' invented by mad scientist Dr Emmett Brown. During his hysterical, amazing trip back in time, Marty must make sure his teenage parents to be, Lorraine Baines and George McFly (Crispin Glover and Lea Thompson) meet and fall in love--so he can get back into the future. BACK TO THE FUTURE II: Marty and Doc have barely recovered from their first time-travelling adventure when they launch themselves once more into the space-time continuum. But this time around, their attempt to fine-tune the future in the year 2015 creates an outlandish, alternate 1985 Hill Valley where bully Biff Tannen is rich, powerful and.Marty's dad! Now their only chance to fix the present is by going back to 1955 all over again. But can Doc and Marty patch up the past without igniting a universe-shredding time paradox? BACK TO THE FUTURE III: Doc Brown, the creator of the time-travelling DeLorean, goes back to 1885 the heyday of the Old West, and his favourite era where he falls in love with a beautiful school teacher. Marty must rescue the good doctor, however, when he learns that the treacherous Mad Dog Tannen, leader of the rascally Tannen gang, is gunning for Doc and the yellow-bellied coward won't hesitate to shoot him in the back. Because of his newfound romance, however, Brown doesn't want to leave. Can Marty find a way to bring Doc's love back to the future without destroying the pattern of time?.
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Where to begin? As a big BTTF fan, and owning the anniversary edition of the Blue-ray that came in this amazing packaging that folded out and had a booklet insert, all with great art from the movies and very professionally put together - this 4K version and it’s packaging is a massive joke!! Not only is the packaging just a quick 5-minute job done by a graphic design student, the menus are laughable and the actual “4K” transfer is just passable. There’s ZERO restoration and ZERO benefit on owning this 4K version as it looks on par with a streaming version you can watch on Amazon prime. It’s HD and that’s about it. It feels like they just cut and pasted the old DVD version and slapped it onto a 4K BR disc. Big big disappointment!
Avoid the 4K version and just get the normal blu-ray.
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All 3 films are absolutely brilliant and are fantastically entertaining, with a fast-paced plotline, witty scriptwriting, top-class acting and plenty of action sequences. The time travelling element is great, and is essential to the plot without becoming overly complicated. There is so much going on, with visual gags, sub-plots, and different references to previous (or future) events that you'll find that on the second or even the third watch you pick up things you missed the first time around.
The DVDs contain hours of extras including an excellent making-of documentary, and you definitely get your money's worth in terms of content.
A must-own trilogy for any movie fan, highly recommended.
Focussing first on the packaging, it's professionally presented, the items are lovingly created and the information is nostalgic and actually very interesting to see. I especially like the sports almanac and the license plate from the Delorean.
The films are as expected, great, but also well remastered. There has been a lot of debate over the quality of the films and whether they have done a good enough job. Personally I found everything to be very crisp and an absolute joy to view. I couldn't complain, in fact the quality is so good that you can see the make up effects on the actors where they have made them look older. Each wrinkle and crease in the face masks is clearly present, this doesn't distract from the movie at all, but really shows the detail achieved in the visuals. The sound track is clear and obviously has had attention on it on top of the improved visuals. The pumping 80s soundtrack and booming special effects really shine through.
Extras are the same as the DVD version with a few more special features. This is certainly no bad thing though as the original extras are very complete and interesting if you enjoy that side of things.
Basically, for me, it's a very accomplished set. The movies are great, the quality is just fantastic both visually and aurally and the extras are actually worthwhile and not random booklets which don't add value.
A must buy for any BTTF fan, and, highly recommended for those who have never seen the films. They have survived the test of time because they are very specifically set in particular eras. Due to this they never age, because they are representing the time frame perfectly. This makes the experience even better because they are as good as you remember.
The extras package is impressive but not exhaustive, with many interesting things to find out about the production of these films.
Mainly though it is the films themselves that make this a must have package. Back to the future is a stone cold classic from the 80's, and the other 2 are highly entertaining. These are the films to put on during a rainy sunday afternoon and watch with the family.