Is there a line in Back to the Future about 2020?
“Whatever happens Marty, don’t go to 2020!”
What year does Back to the Future say not to go to?
1985 comes along, and he is never born. There is no Marty to go back in time and ensure that he is never born.
Do they say don’t go to 2020 in Back to the Future?
“Whatever you do Nas, don’t go to 2020,” he said, while dressed in Wild West gear, a clear callback to Marty McFly in “Back to the Future Part III.”
Why was the time machine a DeLorean?
When asked by Marty as to why he chose a DeLorean, Doc explains that if he was to build a time machine, he needed to “do it with style.” Moreover, he also mentions that the DeLorean’s stainless steel construction facilitates temporal displacement, hence making time travel in the Back To The Future movies possible.
Where we are going we don’t need cars?
This line is from the film Back to the Future, directed by Robert Zemeckis (1985). If you’re reading this at some time in the future when flying cars are everywhere and “roads” are really only used for filming old-timey movies, then just ignore everything that follows.
Is there a plot hole in back to the future 3?
Back to the Future Part III accidentally creates a plot hole surrounding Doc Brown’s “death” in the Old West. While the Back to the Future trilogy is rightly praised for its intricate storyline and tight pacing, each film is chock-full of plot holes and illogical leaps.
What happened to the DOC in back to the Future Part 2?
In Back To The Future Part II, when Marty and Doc have travelled back to the alternative 1985, we learn that the Doc has been committed several years before. However, that presents a problem. If the Doc is committed before he gets a chance to invent the time machine, then surely it isn’t just people in pictures that should be disappearing.
Is the back to the Future trilogy worth watching?
While the Back to the Future trilogy is rightly praised for its intricate storyline and tight pacing, each film is chock-full of plot holes and illogical leaps.
How many times has back to the future been watched?
Sadly, the BTTF trilogy was never quite as committed to that agenda as it should have been. So, I present the following portrait of Back To The Future’s plot holes out of love, having watched the films somewhere north of 500 times…