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Thursday, 29 October 2015


It might not be essential viewing but director Jon Aron's Back to the Future documentary, Back in Time, comes out during it's 30 year anniversary making it a no-brainer must-see for fans of the time-travelling trilogy.
Covering the production of the film, it's obsessed fans and the cultural impact the series made, the film manages to explore quite a bit in it's hour and a half running time.  There were a few moments that had me wondering why it was in the film but for the most part, as a fan, it's a wonderful companion to the series that wipes the bad taste of that nasty Kirk Cameron-hosted BTTF doc that came out so many years ago.

3 Skytrains for the Doc out of 5


Dr Faustus said...

Great Scott! Flying trains... A ticket for one, please.

cuckoo said...

It actually is the Vancouver Skytrain...
...but not for the Faustus Doc. :D