The conclusion of the trilogy sends Marty McFly on a rescue mission to the year 1885, where he must save Doc Brown from death at the hands of yet another member of the Tannen clan. However, there are a number of complications preventing a quick return to the future a lack of gasoline for the time-traveling DeLorean, a band of gunslinging outlaws and a schoolmarm with affections for the smitten Doc.
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I actually didn't like "Back to the Future Part III" as much as I andII, but it's still pretty fun. All the stuff about Clint Eastwood gavethe movie a neat dimension (I just wonder what would have happened ifanyone from 1885 had lived long enough to see the real Clint Eastwoodget famous). If the movie has any problem, it's that they sort of makethe Old West look idealistic. Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd andElisabeth Shue turn in their usual dependable performances, and MarySteenburgen is passable. But either way, they probably agreed that itall had to end here.And remember: your future is what you make it.
This is my least favorite Back to the Future movie. I thought that they could have picked another time period because the old west just seems a little boring. The special effects were really good though. My favorite bttf movie is the first one then the second and finaly finishing in last the third one. My favorite part of the movie is when the push the DeLoran with the train trying to get it to go 88mph. Otherwise the movie was pretty boring.
This review is from: Back to the Future Part III (DVD) A GOOD MIXTURE OF ACTION AND COMEDY.....LOVED IT. THE FIRST IN THE SERIES. I AM A FAN OF M J FOX
I think all the Back to the Future movies were great. In the3rd part Marty goes to save Doc's life in the old west.Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen has murdered Doc Brown in 1885.Marty takes the time machine out and Delorean rides again.In 1885 Marty claims to be Clint Eastwood. Doc falls inlove with a teacher called Clara and that makes going back to1985 more difficult.It was great that they made BTTF 3 a western. The actors do a great jobalsoin this one. New character is Mary Steenburgen, whois playing Clara Clayton. So this part is also good as all the parts ofBackto the future trilogy. So good that you can watchthem all many times and you never get bored of them. I stillhave my hopes for Back to the Future 4.
A great ending to an absoolutely brilliant trilogy, I would recommendanyoneto see it. It is a great family film and is well worth watching eventhoughfans of the films may get a feeling of deja-vu in some places and it woulddefinately help if you have seen the previous two films before it or itwillbe difficult to follow. Once again i reccomend this film to anyone it'sfunny and inventive aswell not to mention action packed.
I enjoy groups of films, in a sort of "mix tape" way. Of particularinterest are sequels and series where different writers and filmmakersare involved. I find the first three Frankenstein films differ inamazing ways for instance, ways that deepen the experience for eachfilm.Here we have Spielberg clone Zemeckis in control of all three in thegroup. The first was apparently intended as a single project which hada risky creation, involving many changes. Some lack of coherence wasintroduced because of major changes introduced by the curse of testscreenings.The second and third, however were written and filmed together. Thiswas the first big Hollywood project designed in response toquestionnaires. You can see it in the recipe. Need more love interest?More actual action? Less Biff? Costumes? Chop, chop, chop.There is a clever thing this movie has that the others did not. Itknows it is a movie. It sends our travelers back in time not into anearlier version of their world, but into a movie world. Specifically,it is the most stable genre of all: the western. As soon as Martyarrives, we have the most common trope in westerns: wild Indiansyelping as if it were 1955, chased by the cavalry. There are a fewjokes about being not in the real world but in a movie world, includingthe requirements for what happens next.It is not enough. By this time, we are tired of the whole thing.Ted's Evaluation -- 1 of 3: You can find something better to do withthis part of your life.
I just finished watching the trilogy again. I wish I could go a couple ofyears into the future. Because then I could watch the trilogy again with alot of nostalgia. I hope a DVD version is soon avialable in a specialedition, the least. Because VHS isn't capable of playing this trilogy forthe next... till the end of times.
Sequels are annoying. They think they can take the ideas from the original,and somehow build up a plot different enough and interesting enough toarouse people's interest in seeing it. And yes, people see it, but it reallyisn't any good. "Back to the Future" is perhaps the best'sci-fi-comedy-thriller' ever made. Then they made "Back to the Future PartII", which I said was not an exception to that rule I mentioned, but indeedan improvement. But what about "Back to the Future Part III"? Does it meetthe mediocre expectations everyone had? No. It exceedsthem.Honestly, "Back to the Future Part III" is just as good as the original"Back to the Future". On paper, it actually looks pretty boring; especiallycompared to the fast-packed action we got in the first two. And even afterI've given you to storyline, you'll still have doubts. I'll explain myarguments contradicting that later on.Here's the story: Just like BTTF2, BTTF3 takes place at the exact time BTTF2left off. Marty goes back to 1955 Doc and Doc passes out. The first newscene is actually the funniest scene in the movie: Marty had taken Doc home,and it's now the next morning. Marty and Doc are lying on adjacent couchesin Doc's den, and when Doc wakes up, he still doesn't realize Marty's there.Then he voice records the events of the previous night into some kind of1955 tape recorder, and then Marty taps Doc on his shoulder and Doc turnsaround, and puts on a hilarious performance, of how shocked he is to seehim. Well anyway, the movie proceeds with Marty reading 1985 Doc's letter,in which Doc tells him that he's buried the DeLorean he took with him to1885 in a mine (so Marty can use it to go back to 1985). HOWEVER...the mineis right next to an old cemetery, and Marty comes across a familiartombstone.There's a whole lot more. As a matter of fact, what I just described is onlythe first 15 minutes or so. Hopefully, what I DID just tell you willconvince you enough. And the bottom line of BTTF3 is: though Roger Ebertcomplained about how they've toned down on the time traveling quite a bit inthis one, it really is just as fun and entertaining as the first and thesecond. The climax is especially wonderfully worth watching, as is the restof it. Go see it.
This conclusion to the hyper time-travel trilogy is the best of the bunch, sending Marty and Doc back to 1885 in the Ol' West. There are plenty of in-jokes and lots of cool special effects, but the film is mostly a western and works just fine as one. This time, Marty does battle with Biff Tannen's descendent, Mad Dog Tannen in a final confrontation that's too good to miss! I found myself constantly cheering on the heroes and booing the villains and just had myself a good ol' time. A must-see for sci-fi buffs.
After receiving a letter from the Doc saying he is living in 1885 and thatthe Delorian is hidden in a cave on the outskirts of Hill Valley, Marty andthe Doc of 1955 repair the delorian and Marty is about to go back to histime when he finds out that the Doc will be shot by Mad Dog Tannen in theyear 1885. Marty decides to go back and save the Doc and get back to 1985to get rid of the time machine for good. But, can Marty survive the oldwest, and pull the Doc away from his new love Clara. Back to the FuturePart 3 is the last in this great series of time travel flicks. It has allthe charm and fun of the first two, but now the action takes place in thewest. Great acting all around. Most of the cast is back, soundtrack isstill top notch, and just a great ending to a great series. ***1/2 out of****
After the Doc is sent back to the old west Marty (Fox) finds the 1955Doc for help to travel to 1885 to save his future self fromassassination.The third and final instalment to the time travelling trilogy bringsaround a western adventure for the coolest time traveller of all MartyMcFly as he attempts to save the Doc's life.In 1985 back to the future brought around a sensational new concept oftravelling back and forth and altering past events and with the coolestcar on the market was a worldwide smash and rightly so. And only being2 when this was released, I feel I missed the appreciation to theclimax of a truly brilliant series.Still praised to this very day the conclusion has more action, dramaand adventure than the previous two parts and adapting a western styledgenre gives the series diversity whilst still maintaining a powerfulsegment devoted to science.As Marty and the Doc contemplate returning back to the present in 1985numerous factors arise to cause problems for their future. Mad Dogwants their lives whilst a love interest for the Doc appears,deflecting his attention from the present as he contemplates his ownfuture.Having focused purposefully on Marty's family for the previous twofilms it was a nice gesture to focus in more on the doc's life andoutlook and as a result this feels more rewarding and the entiretrilogy benefits from spreading its emotions through its main players.Even Tannen has some purposeful and meaningful dialogue in this scriptwhich is also beneficial as the film winds up.Encoding more action sequences than ever Part III adds the intensityand power to give the western scenes extra spice. From shoot outs to asplendid train/car experiment this feels none stop and your heart willpump for more, yet sadly the fun and adventure had to finish somewhereand is the case with life, it is always good to go out on a high.Michael J Fox once more generates a slick styled protagonist with hisclever mimics of Clint somebody and though the first costume design isfar-fetched he somehow carries it off. Lloyd's Doc is once moreexceptionally intelligent and knowledgeable and having extra dialogueand on screen time we see a more human side to his personality.This trilogy reinvented the concept of travelling through time with acomplex intent but never degrading the audience with its basic yeteccentric styled discourse and with such superb characters and intentof action with humour this trilogy has astounded many and will do forall of time.
You know you are in trouble when the film has endless scenes of MartyMcFly waking up from a deep slumber wondering where the Doc is. That'sall that happens in this movie. Marty has nothing to do! He just keepswaking up from sound sleep (usually on the ground on a blanket) andcalling out "Doc?" DOC?" That's about it plot wise, folks. So, if youlike to see films with a young man waking up from a deep sleep everytwenty minutes and wondering where his friend is, then this movie isfor you. Gone is the plot urgency of the first two movies, here it isreplaced with the urgency of waking up from a deep sleep and wonderingif the Doc has made the 'lovings' to the school teacher yet.Give it a miss.
First of all, I'd like to say that I don't understand the many reviews I'veread which criticize this film for taking on a Western element. It makes alot of sense (and is very exciting) to place emphasis on the time you'vetravelled to. In the first film, there was a portrait, albeit a rough one,of 1950s middle-class American culture, in the second, a hypotheticalfuturewith all the colorful whiz-bang technology that was the vision in the1980s,and in the final, the Old West--complete with costumes and catch phrasesthat seem awfully cliched now but were a lot newer in 1885. The traits ofthe West (issues of absolute historical accuracy aside) were more deeplyexplored here than the other two environments were in their respectivefilms--which I liked; it was nice to see some more emphasis on where theywere rather than why they were there or how they could leave. It pointedtosome evolution in the role of Doc's time machine, going from scientificbreakthrough to instrument of recreation. That change provided some roomfor more thorough character development, particularly the Doc through theintroduction of his love interest, but also Marty in an exposition of hisstrength of character--no longer the scared, bewildered kid he was in thefirst two films, he showed new attitudinal and intellectual resource. Ithink growth was the overall theme here, a satisfying result of all theadventures. As Marty said, "It's been educational."
I think that Back to the Future III was the BEST of the trilogy. It exploresmore of the Characters' personalities and souls. You have to watch thefirst two in order first though. It just sucks if you don't watch the wholething in order.
This and Part II must be among my most favorite movies of all time. This movie must be the best final installment along with Return of the King. The acting was even better in this film and the idea of going back to the old west is thrilling and funny! The comedy was pinched up to the highest out of all three and the set and costume design is good for a sci-fi. It is very emotional and thrilling and well thought out. The movie answers all the questions brought up in the first two-films and ends the movie with a great quote/conclusion from Christopher Lloyd: "Your future has not been written yet, no-one's has. This means the future will be whatever you make it, so make it a good one!"My advise is to buy the Special-Edition Trilogy on DVD!!!
I was seven when I first saw this film, of course I was a fan of the firsttwo, so I was majorly stoked. Of course, 10 years later watching it, Ifeeldismayed. The third in the series, it lacked some of the charm as the otherones did. These movies to me had always been a great example of wonderfulwriting, really screenplay driven. But this one seemed a little contrivedand while it's okay, it isn't terrific.
As a diehard fan of the original BTTF, I was totally disappointed when I saw its two sequels in theaters back in the day. I thought both were nonsensical (as if a movie about time travel is practical) while superficially trite, but through the years I've mellowed a tad. After repeated viewings of this third and final installment, while I still find it embarrassingly silly with its relentless shark jumping, I still have fun watching it. The primary focus of my enjoyment is the comedic mayhem of Christopher Lloyd as Dr. Emmett Brown, and Thomas F. Wilson as Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen. As the third installment finds the characters in 1885, Lloyd and Wilson have the lion's share of funny scenes, as Doc Brown adapts to his techno-depraved environment, while 'Mad Dog' aptly demonstrates why he is the originator of the Tannen line of bullies. Both actors are genuinely funny, and make the most of what they have to work with, which periodically is hemmed in by contrivance and plain silliness. Michael J. Fox is fine reprising his role as the determined Marty McFly, yet I was rolling my eyes as he doubled as McFly's great-great-grandfather Seamus McFly, with Lea Thompson playing Seamus's wife (obviously, the filmmakers needed something for Thompson to do). This thin ploy never really worked. And Doc Brown's love story with school marm Clara (Mary Steenburgen) is never fully vetted or developed. The Jules Vernesque ending is another layer over the top, yet despite all these misgivings BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III is a fun way to say goodbye to an entertaining franchise.--D. Mikels, Author, The Reckoning
This review is from: Back to the Future Part III (DVD) I'm a huge BTTF fan, owning all dvd box sets and cd soundtracks and now i will have the chance to own all three upgraded dvd BTTF individual releases which will have brand new features NOT available in the previous box sets so for me this is A MUST BUY. BTTF is one of my top 10 films/trilogies of all time and i will buy all available dvd versions and blue ray and i really wanted a new trilogy with original cast happen some day...(if michael was not sick...damn...it could happen).
While it is a little lackluster compared to the first 2, it is verywell done and has some great comedy scenes. The bar scene at the endwhen Doc has one drink and falls is amazing. Comedy scenes are reallywell done, Marty calling himself Clint Eastwood is good, and a greatline made by him when he is playing that shooting game and he is askedwhere he learned it "7-11". But, this movie doesn't really hold themagic of the first 2, the first one was remembered for its originalityand its wonderful story. Part 2 was remembered for its style, how itwas made to look like the future, fun scenes like that made it aclassic sequel. Part 3 doesn't quite have the shine, while it doesoffer great comedy and a pretty good story, it just doesn't seem asentertaining. But, by all means, watch it, if you like the other 2 thiswill definitely be something you might want to buy.
To fully enjoy Back to the Future Part III, you will have had to seen andremember the first two Back to the Futures. They reference and allude tothem so many times; you have to remember everything fully. Of course, thefirst one is the real one, so they go back to that one moreoften.Michael J. Fox is back for his third outing as Marty McFly, time traveler.Christopher Lloyd is Dr. Emmett Brown, mad scientist. In the first one, Docmade a time machine and Marty went to 1955 and made his parents not meet. InPart II, Marty went to 2015. Now, because Doc from 1955 went back to 1885and he's going to get himself killed, Marty goes there. Believe me, the plotis a whole lot crazier than that. Speaking of crazy, Doc looks a lot crazierthan in parts I and II.Not as good as the first, way better than the second. Fox and Lloyd arequite good, with comedic timing, real chemistry, and making sure the moviedoesn't have one dull point. Also, Lloyd has superior chemistry with ateacher in the Old West, Clara Clayton (Mary Steenburgen), who comes in. Ofcourse, because Doc wasn't supposed to be out there in the first place, itcauses a paradox in the time-space continuum, meaning that what would happenin the future won't happen. You can discuss the technicalities and the plotholes/paradoxes, but really, you're not supposed to.Not really being a fan of the Old West, I wasn't really looking forward tothis. However, I do like futuristic movies, I didn't really like the secondone. Basically, it's a flip-flop. Many times, it looked like a stereotypicalWestern, with its gunslingers and its facades.Going back to the technical aspects (besides Doc saying `Great Scott!' manytimes), if you think closely, the three movies take place in one day. Thefun of these types of movies should be put into a TV series. Mostmovies-to-TV-series don't work, but if they keep going to different timeperiods, it would be fun.There's not really much more to say, except that it's funny and extremelyentertaining, a must for any casual sci-fi, adventure, western, or comedyfan.My rating: 8/10Rated PG for profanity, action violence, and sticky situations.