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  • Back To The Future By Marty Mcfly

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    Traveling Through Time What do you believe in? Do you believe in going back to the future? Just like the movie, “Back to the Future”, where Marty McFly goes back in time and sees his parents in high school. He travels through time using a modified DeLorean car. Guess what? I saw that car from the movie sitting in my driveway that morning of my parents anniversary. Like any other curious kid, I did what most kids of my generation would do. I sat right in the drivers seat. That thing went flying

  • Marty Mcfly: Back To The Future

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    1989, the year Marty McFly went Back to the Future to 2015 and gave us a glimpse of what technology held for us. Well, here we are in 2015 and some predictions were right, others not so much. With these new technologies came consequences, consequences that even Doc Brown could not predict. Technological advances have obvious benefits, for example better security devices to keep people safe or medical advances that prolong lives and combat illness; however, these technologies can also have what is

  • Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure By Marty Mcfly

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    in time for various reasons. In “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” Bill and Ted travel back in time to significant historical time periods to get historical figures for their final project in their history class. In “Back to the Future,” Marty McFly takes the iconic DeLorean time machine back in time in order to save Dr. Emmett Brown from being murdered. We all have our reasons for wanting time travel to be a daily thing in our lives. Like if we got a bad test grade we could just go back in time

  • I Am I 'm Scared

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    daughters. “Hi ladies, everyone here calls me McFly and man am I lucky to be on this boat today,” our instructor gawked at my mom and sisters, under the assumption that he was being flattering. He’s already annoying, bye bye McFly, I thought to myself. “Alright, purty ladies. First, let’s start off with how to row, and what to do if you fall outta the boat,” McFly snickered. With those random tidbits of knowledge, we were off. Our boat led the others, since McFly was the main instructor, which made me

  • Comparing Biff Tannen's Back To The Future

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    many movies and television shows. One particular infamous bully is the character Biff Tannen in Back to the Future (Zemeckis). Tannen is a typical high school bully who spends his time tyrannizing the unpopular kid, George McFly (Zemeckis). He later resorts to bullying Marty McFly when he arrives (Zemeckis). A bully like Tannen uses fear to take control of groups of people the same way a dictator like Adolf Hitler does. First of all, the words bully and dictator have similar meanings. The definition

  • Back To The Future Theme

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    Marty McFly to 2015 to stop Marty's future son from making a horrible mistake that will ruin Marty's future family. However, when Biff steals the DeLorean to send a sports almanac back to his past self, Marty and Doc must return to 1955 to keep an alternate version of 1985 from forming. Major themes that movie describes is destiny. Back to the Future II is a film that is set in the future and identify some of the ways the film-makers have attempted to portray this “future world”. Marty McFly has only

  • Pleasantville and Back to the Future

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    Everything everywhere is constantly changing. People change, weather changes, plans change, everything changes; you can’t escape change. Two movies that really illustrate the concept of change are Pleasantville and Back to the Future. In both of these movies, the main characters – Marty, David, and Jennifer – are sent back into the times of the 1950s and are faced with a world completely different from their own. In Pleasantville, David and Jennifer get stuck in David’s favourite television show

  • Back To The Future

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    film takes place in its current time with a mad scientist Dr. Emmett L. Brown (Christopher Lloyd) constructs a time machine out of a delorean and travels back to 1955 with a young man named Marty Mcfly (Michael J. Fox). While in time travel they alternate the past, which disrupts the future, where Marty McFly now has to get his parents to fall in love or his future self will never exist. The theme in this movie I believe is that we cannot change the past; our lives already have a predestined beginning

  • Significance Of The Back And The Future Trilogy

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    film trilogy, produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Robert Zemeckis, stars Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd as the lead characters. Supporting actors include Lea Thompson, Thomas F. Wilson, and Crispen Glover. The storyline follows Marty McFly (Fox) as he travels through time in a Delorean that has been manipulated by his best friend, the kooky scientist, Doc Brown (Lloyd). Throughout three films, Marty attempts to re-align history and make it back to 1985 unharmed. The series was a success

  • The Alarm On Firearms, Right Now, The World Is Going Through Drastic Changes

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    are being introduced. In fact, even virtual reality is now possible. The day in which Marty McFly in Back to the Future II goes to, October 21, 2015, has just passed. This string of movies successfully predicted many new inventions. The movie showcases flat screen televisions, biometrics like fingerprint scanners, and even self lacing shoes that Nike has just specially gifted to Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly). Our new era of ever-changing technology constantly shifts powers around in America’s legislation