History YMMV / BackToTheFuture

21st Dec '15 1:37:06 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* NarmCharm: Okay so Marty almost fading has some [[SpecialEffectsFailure bad green-screening]], but it's still tense and terrifying to see him almost ''fade out of existence''.
14th Nov '15 11:06:52 PM SunriseWarrior
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The "Don't let your pride get the best of you" aesop they drill into your head in Parts 2 and 3. It's {{Anvilicious}}, but it is surprising how may people actually do put themselves into situations just to prove themselves to others.
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: The "Don't let your pride get the best of you" aesop they drill into your head in Parts 2 and 3. It's {{Anvilicious}}, but it is surprising how may many people actually do put themselves into situations just to prove themselves to others.
2nd Nov '15 12:03:59 PM dsneybuf
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The ride has its own ymmv page
!!The Ride: * HarsherInHindsight: The direct-to-video special ''The Secrets of the ''Back to the Future'' Trilogy'' plugs Back to the Future: The Ride when Kirk Cameron informs a young boy that Universal will not make a ''Back to the Future Part IV'', but the series will "live on" through the ride. Some copies of this video consequently cut out the Back to the Future: The Ride reference, giving it kind of a DownerEnding. ** The PopUpTrivia track on the ''Back to the Future Part III'' DVD ends with a similar plug. At least, the 25th and 30th Anniversary boxsets of the Complete Trilogy offer a virtual recreation of it...
31st Oct '15 1:33:37 AM hello86
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* EarWorm: "The Power of Love" ** The LeitMotif and another Huey Lewis composition, "Back in Time", are also hard to forget.
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* EarWorm: Huey Lewis and the News' "The Power of Love" ** The LeitMotif Love" and another Huey Lewis composition, "Back in Time", Time" are also hard to forget.forget. ** As is the LeitMotif.
31st Oct '15 1:29:50 AM hello86
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The Power of Love was written for the movie. The way the sentence was originally written, it sounded like it wasn't.
* EarWorm: "The Power of Love" had been around before this movie, but the movie turned it into this for a while.
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* EarWorm: "The Power of Love" had been around before this movie, but the movie turned it into this for a while. Love"
28th Oct '15 9:06:16 PM YasminPerry
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** The fact that the film, a mainstream, widely-popular and heavily beloved/referenced movie, involves incest not only as a major plot point, but ''PlayedForLaughs'', could also count.
27th Oct '15 7:43:06 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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** Also to modern audiences, the implication that Creator/ChuckBerry was inspired to write his most famous song by hearing a white kid play it (Berry was an established, popular musician with a history of hit records years before "Johnny B. Goode" was released).
27th Oct '15 5:32:57 AM dsneybuf
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** The 2010 HD transfer used on the Blu-ray and re-released DVD. (Like DigitalDestruction, too, but minus the "digital" part.) The end credits are totally messed up: three-fourths the width they should be, way off-center, and listing to the left. It's as if the scanner was bumped out of alignment and something tried to autocorrect it without any human noticing. Those who recall Parts II and III getting misframed [=DVDs=] in 2002 may be wondering if Universal Studios Home Entertainment can get anything right; however, unlike that case, they're not fixing anything, and refuse to admit it's even wrong. 2015 provided a great opportunity for Universal to rectify this, and improve the picture quality of the movies themselves even further, but they instead just repackaged the 2010 discs in new cases.
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** The 2010 HD transfer used on the Blu-ray and re-released DVD. (Like DigitalDestruction, too, but minus the "digital" part.) The end credits are totally messed up: three-fourths the width they should be, way off-center, and listing to the left. It's as if the scanner was bumped out of alignment and something tried to autocorrect it without any human noticing. Those who recall Parts II and III getting misframed [=DVDs=] in 2002 may be wondering if Universal Studios Home Entertainment can get anything right; however, unlike that case, they're not fixing anything, and refuse to admit it's even wrong. The 2015 re-releases provided a great opportunity an opportune moment for Universal to rectify fix this, and also improve the picture quality of the movies themselves main features even further, but they instead just repackaged the 2010 discs in new cases.
26th Oct '15 10:18:44 AM Tuckerscreator
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* AngstWhatAngst: Marty's mother pretty much shrugs off her AttemptedRape, and the fact that the man who attempted to rape her is working for the family thirty years later doesn't seem to cause her any noticeable distress. She may have just forgiven him, after thirty years...
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* AngstWhatAngst: Marty's mother pretty much shrugs off her AttemptedRape, and the fact that the man who attempted to rape her is working for the family thirty years later doesn't seem to cause her any noticeable distress. She may have just forgiven him, after thirty years...
26th Oct '15 10:13:36 AM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Not the movie, but the 2010 HD transfer used on the Blu-ray and re-released DVD. (Like DigitalDestruction, too, but minus the "digital" part.) The end credits are totally messed up: three-fourths the width they should be, way off-center, and listing to the left. It's as if the scanner was bumped out of alignment and something tried to autocorrect it without any human noticing. Those who recall Parts II and III getting misframed [=DVDs=] in 2002 may be wondering if Universal Studios Home Entertainment can get anything right; however, unlike that case, they're not fixing anything, and refuse to admit it's even wrong, over two years later.
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* TheyJustDidntCare: Not the movie, but the TheyJustDidntCare: ** The 2010 HD transfer used on the Blu-ray and re-released DVD. (Like DigitalDestruction, too, but minus the "digital" part.) The end credits are totally messed up: three-fourths the width they should be, way off-center, and listing to the left. It's as if the scanner was bumped out of alignment and something tried to autocorrect it without any human noticing. Those who recall Parts II and III getting misframed [=DVDs=] in 2002 may be wondering if Universal Studios Home Entertainment can get anything right; however, unlike that case, they're not fixing anything, and refuse to admit it's even wrong, over two years later.wrong. 2015 provided a great opportunity for Universal to rectify this, and improve the picture quality of the movies themselves even further, but they instead just repackaged the 2010 discs in new cases.
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