Back to the Future II
Back to the Future II
- 1h 48m
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Marty and Doc (MICHAEL J. FOX and CHRISTOPHER LLOYD) have barely recovered from their first time- traveling adventure when they launch themselves once more in the the space-time continuum. But this time around, their attempt to fine-tune the future in the year 2015 created an outlandish, alternate 1985 Hill Valley where Biff Tannen is rich, powerful and...Marty's dad! Now their only chance to fix the present is by going back to 1955 all over again. But can Doc and Marty patch up the past without igniting a universe-shredding time paradox? Executive Producer STEVEN SPIELBERG and Director ROBERT ZEMECKIS rev up another round of wondrously inventive, comically super-charged action in BACK TO THE FUTUTE PART II!
© 1989 Universal City Studios and U Drive Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Back to the Future II is far more uneven than its predecessor, but its madcap highs outweigh the occasionally cluttered machinations of an overstuffed plot.
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Common Sense Says
Amusing futuristic sequel more dated, edgier than original.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the second installment in this hit time-travel trilogy is slightly more "PG-13" than "PG." You'll find more language (including "s--t" and "a--hole"), sexual references (including jokes about breast implants and allusions to adultery and threesomes), and negative role models (the plot includes a lot of Biff in all three time periods) than in the first movie, so it may be an iffy pick for early-elementary-aged kids. But for mature older tweens -- or kids who've already enjoyed the original -- the visuals about the movie's "future" and the physical comedy will entertain, even if the time-travel twists can get confusing.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Comedy
- Release Date:November 24, 1989
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
If purchased in:4K
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