Articles about Back To The Future

5 Movie-Based Theme Park Rides with Disturbing Implications
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@Rewatchability counts down five movie-based theme park rides that create disturbing implications within the world of the movie...
Added by on 3/28/14
Interview: Christopher Lloyd on 'Dead Before Dawn' and More
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Christopher Lloyd relives the Back to the Future movies, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Next, The Lone Ranger and Oogieloves.
Added by on 10/2/13
Marty Music Magic
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Video: Proof that the "Back to the Future" theme song works in just about any other movie
Source: www.movies.com
Added by on 10/2/13
Marty McFly Was a Wimp
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Video: "Every Time Marty Screams in the Entire Back to the Future Trilogy"
Added by on 9/19/13
Did Cameron Even Exist?
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A @mentalfloss of 11 "creative film interpretations" (read: crazyass conspiracy theories) for popular movies
Source: mentalfloss.com
Added by on 8/26/13
Factchecking the Future Characters of "Back to the Future"
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Back To The Future
"Back to the Future" aged characters 30 years using makeup; 30 years after the film, a comparison of real life to said makeup
Added by on 8/8/13
The McFly Residence Was a Realtor's Nightmare
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Category: Analysis
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The back story on the "Back to the Future" houses
Added by on 7/9/13
Family Movie Mistakes: 21 'Oops' Moments Everyone Can Enjoy
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In this scene from 'Toy Story 2,' Hamm shuts off the television with the remote. When we get a look at the TV, however, there's no reflection of him or Rex to be found.
Added by on 6/19/13
Super Duper Behind-the-Scenes Images
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An @io9 roundup of behind-the-scenes photos that "show iconic movies in a new light"
Source: io9.com
Added by on 6/11/13
10 Beloved Summer Blockbusters the Critics Got Dead Wrong
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Movies the critics got dead wrong, by @flavorwire
Source: flavorwire.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Interview: Christopher Lloyd on 'Dead Before Dawn' and More
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Christopher Lloyd relives the Back to the Future movies, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Next, The Lone Ranger and Oogieloves.
Added by on 10/2/13
5 Movie-Based Theme Park Rides with Disturbing Implications
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@Rewatchability counts down five movie-based theme park rides that create disturbing implications within the world of the movie...
Added by on 3/28/14
Did Cameron Even Exist?
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A @mentalfloss of 11 "creative film interpretations" (read: crazyass conspiracy theories) for popular movies
Source: mentalfloss.com
Added by on 8/26/13
Factchecking the Future Characters of "Back to the Future"
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Back To The Future
"Back to the Future" aged characters 30 years using makeup; 30 years after the film, a comparison of real life to said makeup
Added by on 8/8/13
The McFly Residence Was a Realtor's Nightmare
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Back To The Future
The back story on the "Back to the Future" houses
Added by on 7/9/13
Family Movie Mistakes: 21 'Oops' Moments Everyone Can Enjoy
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In this scene from 'Toy Story 2,' Hamm shuts off the television with the remote. When we get a look at the TV, however, there's no reflection of him or Rex to be found.
Added by on 6/19/13
10 Beloved Summer Blockbusters the Critics Got Dead Wrong
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Movies the critics got dead wrong, by @flavorwire
Source: flavorwire.com
Added by on 6/8/13
Marty Music Magic
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Category: Video
Tagged: Back To The Future
Video: Proof that the "Back to the Future" theme song works in just about any other movie
Source: www.movies.com
Added by on 10/2/13
Marty McFly Was a Wimp
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Video: "Every Time Marty Screams in the Entire Back to the Future Trilogy"
Added by on 9/19/13
Marty's Mom's House
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Featured in: Back To The Future
Marty spends some time at his mom's house and meets the entire family including watching Jackie Gleason at the dinner table ("look at it roll!"). This is the location of the actual house
1727 Bushnell Ave., Pasadena, CA
Added by on 9/25/11
George Mcfly's house
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Featured in: Back To The Future
Back in 1955, this is George McFly's actual house.
1711 Bushnell Ave., Pasadena, CA
Added by on 9/25/11
1955's Lyon Estates
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Featured in: Back To The Future
Back in 1955, Marty discovers the stone "Lyon Estates" gates that will mark the entrance to his home street in 1985. In 1955, however, it's just empty land. And empty farm land isn't easy to find in modern L.A. So, this scene was shot in the town of Chino, CA.
Bickmore Ave. & Cucamonga Ave., Chino, CA
Added by on 9/23/11
Twin Pines Mall
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Featured in: Back To The Future
Having gotten a phone call from Doc Brown asking him to meet him at night at the Twin Pines Mall, Marty shows up and is introduced to the DeLorean and some Libyan terrorists. This is indeed a real mall (the name is fake) called the Puente Hills Mall, located in the City of Industry.
1600 Azusa Ave., City of Industry, CA
Added by on 9/23/11
Marty's Home
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Featured in: Back To The Future
In the real world, Marty's home is on Roslyndale Avenue, a nice class street in the Pacoima/Arleta area of the San Fernando Valley.
9303 Roslyndale Avenue, Arleta, CA
Added by on 9/23/11
Battle of Bands Tryout
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Featured in: Back To The Future
We see Marty and his group ("The Pinheads") try out at an audition for a "Battle of the Bands" at McCambridge Recreation Center. They are too much or the adult judges, who pronounce them "Just too loud."
1515 Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA
Added by on 9/21/11
Hill Valley High School
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Featured in: Back To The Future
In 1955 Marty goes to "Hill Valley High School" which is an actual high school, but it's located 30 miles away from the film set. In reality, it's Whittier High School which is best known as home to former President Richard Nixon.
12417 E. Philadelphia St., Whittier, CA
Added by on 9/21/11
Twin Pines Mall
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Featured in: Back To The Future
The fateful site of Doc's supposed murder at the hands of plutonium-hungry Libyan terrorists and where Marty time-travels back to 1955 isn't the Twin Pines Mall but the Puente Hills Mall in California.
1600 South Azusa Avenue, Rowland Heights, CA
Added by on 7/13/11