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1985 116 Mins Audio: English CC English, MPA Maturity Rating Motion Picture Association Maturity Rating: PG BBFC Maturity Rating British Board of Film Classification Maturity Rating: PG Maturity Rating 7+
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01 Back to the Future (1985) online with English, subtitles. Buy for Download 01 Back to the Future is a 1985 movie. Director Robert Zemeckis, Cast Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson,

Synopsis

Eighties teenager Marty McFly is accidentally sent back in time to 1955, inadvertently disrupting his parents' first meeting and attracting his mother's romantic interest. Marty must repair the damage to history by rekindling his parents' romance and - with the help of his eccentric inventor friend Doc Brown - return to 1985. Currently you are able to watch or buy for download "01 Back to the Future" streaming on we platform.

Genres
Adventure, Comedy, Science Fiction, Family,

Keywords
clock tower, car race, terrorist, delorean, lightning, guitar, plutonium, sports car, inventor, journey in the past, invention, time travel, race against time, partner, misfit, mad scientist, fish out of water, teenage love, destiny, hidden identity, odd couple, escapade, disorder, chases and races, love and romance, teenage life, misfit partners, changing the past or future, getting home,

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BBFC Reason
Contains mild language and violence

BBFC Ratings info
There is a passing drug reference to 'reefer addicts'. Mild sex references includes a scene in which a boy watches a young woman get undressed and a scene in which a man says to a woman 'You know you want it'.

Sex & Nudity
mild
Sex & Nudity Reason
When Marty goes back in time and meets Loraine (A younger version of his mom) she starts to have a crush on him. In one scene she attempts to have sex with him but it stops at that. While Lorraine and Marty are parked in a car together Lorraine tells Marty "I'm almost 18 don't you think I've 'Parked' before". She's implying she has probably has sex before. In one of the Deleted Scenes Doc Brown Briefly Glances and Makes a Comment at a Porno Magazine. But it is very Brief and nothing is seen. A teen man tries to attempts to sexually assault a teen girl in a car but a group of other men stop him. A teen boy watches a teen girl change through her bedroom window from a tree. She is shown in her undergarments.

Violence & Gore
mild
Violence & Gore Reason
Although not very violent, there are some scenes, such as the one where Biff attempts to sexually assault a woman, that could be considered "violent" A character injures his hand in one scene. He is later seen with a bloodied bandage around it. Biff who is a violent, aggressive bully consistently bullies Marty's father, George. He threatens George with violence all the time to make him do things against his will. Biff also attempts to bully Marty, however as Marty stands up to him there are a few scuffles between them. In one scene, Biff and his gang pick on Marty in the café, and Marty punches Biff and runs out. Biff then chases Marty in his car, Marty commandeers a skate board and just manages to swerve out of the way as Biff tries to ram him and Biff crashes into a manure truck.No one is hurt or injured during this scene. During the lunch hall scene with Lorraine and Biff, Lorraine slaps Biff across the face and tells him to shut his dirty mouth. Biff nearly breaks George's arm near the end of the movie. Just before Marty commandeers the De Lorean and accidentally travels back in time, he witnesses Doc being gunned down by terrorists with a machine gun. This scene is bloodless, however, and a similar later of this scene later reveals that Doc is wearing a bulletproof vest and was thus unharmed. Parents may need to explain that Doc was probably not wearing the vest during the first occurrence of this event, but that Marty's actions changed history, resulting in him taking this precaution. Terrorists arrive and shoot and kill Doc. They attempt to kill Marty, too but fail to do so. Later, it is revealed that their bus ran into a film booth and they are both presumably killed. Near the end of the movie, George punches Biff hard in the face causing Biff to fall over backwards. It appears that Biff has been knocked out as he is seen lying motionless on the ground but no blood or bruising is seen.

Profanity
moderate
Profanity Reason
Around 5 uses of "bastard", 15 use of "damn", 5 uses of "shit", 8 uses of "hell" and "bitch is said around 3 times. Jesus is also uses as an exclamation around 10 times. A character calls an African American a "spook", a racial slur that was common against African Americans in the 1940s and 1950s. The African American's associates in turn retort with the term "peckerwood", a racial slur used by African Americans to refer to white people in the same time period. 2 uses of goddamnit. In one of the outtake clips, not only is the word bastard used, but Marty dresses in a tank top, smokes a cigarette, and has an exaggerated Spanish accent, which could offend some Mexicans.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
mild
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
Lorraine's dad has a bottle of beer in front of him at the dinner table. However, he isn't seen drinking from it. In the opening scene, a news reporter talks about cocaine washing up by a shore, but this bit is quickly brushed over, and it's unlikely younger kids will notice it. Hardly any use of alcohol or drugs. A couple scenes where people are shown with beer but thats about it. The mother is originally shown as an alcoholic, drinking vodka around the dinner table with her family. It's very brief. One of the characters had been drinking and driving. At age 17, Lorraine drinks alcohol and starts to smoke a cigarette, but she is stopped on both occasions by Marty. He takes a sip of the alcohol but then spits it out. The members of the band playing at the dance are seen smoking outside of the high school and are called "reefer addicts" by another character.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
mild
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
The plot of the movie (a kid from the '80s trapped in the '50s with a slim chance of escape) is a bit of a scary thought, and while there are some suspenseful and intense moments, the movie is not that intense, as it is a comedy. Fun for all audiences. The most intense scene of the movie is later in the film Is when Biff confronts Marty & Lorraine who are in a car before the dance. Biff throws Marty out of the car and to his friends who intend on beating him up. Biff then notices Lorraine inside the car. He then traps her from leaving the car and attempt's to assault her in the car. When he later see them the car is swaying from the struggle. George confronts Biff who is in the middle of assaulting Lorraine. She cries for help. This is when George and Biff fight. she is saved though. The climax where Marty gets literally sent Back to the Future is pretty intense. Terrorists with automatic weapons drive past shooting at Doc and Marty and then crash into a 1-hour photo kiosk. Doc is shot at many times and it is believed he is killed, no blood. Marty is uninjured.

Studio
U-Drive Productions, Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment,

Countrie
United States of America,

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English,

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02 Back to the Future Part II: Paradox

02 Back to the Future Part II: Paradox

1989 107 Mins Audio: English CC English,
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Marty and Doc are at it again in this wacky sequel to the 1985 blockbuster as the time-traveling duo head to 2015 to nip some McFly family woes in the bud. But things go awry thanks to bully Biff Tannen and a pesky sports almanac. In a last-ditch attempt to set things straight, Marty finds himself bound for 1955 and face to face with his teenage parents - again.


03 Back to the Future Part III

03 Back to the Future Part III

1990 118 Mins Audio: English CC English,
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The final installment of the Back to the Future trilogy finds Marty digging the trusty DeLorean out of a mineshaft and looking for Doc in the Wild West of 1885. But when their time machine breaks down, the travelers are stranded in a land of spurs. More problems arise when Doc falls for pretty schoolteacher Clara Clayton, and Marty tangles with Buford Tannen.


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