Back to the Future Part III (1989)

Watched 20151012 (Amazon Prime, HD 1080p)(Leaving 20151031)
Back to the Future Part III (1989) Robert Zemeckis. 118 min

Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox)
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As mentioned in my Back to the Future Part II (1989) entry, I don't entertain the confusing inconceivable time traveling that takes place the Back to the Future series, but I definitely enjoyed all of the plot elements within each separate timeline.

Overall, I'm glad I watched all three Back to the Future movies and would recommend them to movie lovers out there. However, if I were to recommend just one of the three, I would recommend the first movie, Back to the Future (1985).

Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd)
Instant Comments:
"I just sent you back to the future." "I know, I know. Now I'm back from the future."
Hehe, the hoverboard as a footrest.
Haha, when the doc wakes up the next day.
Lol. The organ playing. It's funny cause the reason its playing is cause he fell back onto it.
So Doc's 1985 dog is Einstein, but his 1955 dog is Copernicus.
Hehe. The McFly farm.
In 1985 he was Calvin Klein and now he's Clint Eastwood.
Hehe. The pellets.
Marty says Will McFly is his great-grandfather (the first of his ancestry to be born in America).

Clara Clayton (Mary Steenburgen)
Hehe. The construction of the clock tower.
He passes by a variety of tombstones, one that looks similar to the one used for Emmett Brown.
Wells Fargo.
He's always walking around looking at the town in amazement.
Hehe, the harmonica is playing the Back to the Future theme.
"Must have gotten that shirt off of a dead Chinese." The voice of the person who says that sounds familiar. [It's Pat Buttram, the voice of various Disney characters: Napoleon in The AristoCats (1970), Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood (1973), Luke in The Rescuers (1977) and Chief in The Fox and the Hound (1981)]
Whiskey. It spills over and burns the table.

Maggie McFly (Lea Thompson)
"Hey McFly!"
Does the moonwalk and sings a bit of Michael Jackson.
Lol, the spittoon.
Damn, that custom rifle.
Ha. A gigantic ice maker.
Haha. Six horses gets 24 mph.
Liquor. Hehe.
Clayton Ravine. (For a moment I thought he altered time, but six minutes later, I realized that he didn't necessarily alter the timeline)
Haha. Again the crudity of the model (though it's super awesome).
Hehe. The last time they ran the model and covered the DeLorean, it was Marty's mom who was knocking on the door.
Ha. Marty keeps cockblocking.

Seamus McFly (Michael J. Fox)
"Where'd you learn to shoot like that?" "7-Eleven." (In reality, no way he could have adjusted to the recoil that quickly)
Ha. "Discipline."
He throws the pan. The frisbee.
"What's wrong dude, you yellow?" "Nobody, calls me yellow."
"High Noon?"
This movie is just reference after reference.
That's interesting. Seamus's brother was the hot-headed one.
"Go ahead, make my day." (A line spoken by Clint Eastwood's character Harry Callahan in Sudden Impact (1983)
They finally get around to the gravestone that was in the background.

Marty and Jennifer Parker (Elisabeth Shue)
Ha. Marty says "Great Scott!" and Doc says "Heavy."
Just the one.
"As if my future had something to do with it."
Oh! Before he takes his belt off, I realized how it all tied together. (Biff in the future was watching A Fistful of Dollars (1964) in Part II)
And the dung cart!
"I hate manure."
"Is this a hold-up?" "It's a science experiment!"
Haha. "Golly"
Well that takes care of the destruction of the DeLorean.
"Well Doc. It's destroyed. Just like you wanted."

Marty and Doc
Hahaha. One of the funniest lines. "Hey Marty, who are you supposed to be, Clint Eastwood?"
Is this the first time we see 1985 Needles? I also thought there was a cut where Marty races and crashes.
Haha. After seeing it pointed out on the internet, it's hard to miss the child actor playing Verne indicating that he has to pee.

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